The Truth About Gentically Modified Foods and How Ties to the NWO and Control of the 3rd World and The Food Supply

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The Truth About Gentically Modified Foods and How Ties to the NWO and Control of the 3rd World and The Food Supply

"Doomsday Seed Vault" in the Arctic
Bill Gates, Rockefeller and the GMO giants know something we don’t
by F. William Engdahl
Global Research, December 4, 2007
Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php? ... a&aid=7529

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On this God-forsaken island Bill Gates is investing tens of his millions along with the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto Corporation, Syngenta Foundation and the Government of Norway, among others, in what is called the ‘doomsday seed bank.’ Officially the project is named the Svalbard Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, part of the Svalbard island group.

Doomsday Seed Vault

The seed bank is being built inside a mountain on Spitsbergen Island near the small village of Longyearbyen. It’s almost ready for ‘business’ according to their releases. The bank will have dual blast-proof doors with motion sensors, two airlocks, and walls of steel-reinforced concrete one meter thick. It will contain up to three million different varieties of seeds from the entire world, ‘so that crop diversity can be conserved for the future,’ according to the Norwegian government. Seeds will be specially wrapped to exclude moisture. There will be no full-time staff, but the vault's relative inaccessibility will facilitate monitoring any possible human activity.

Did we miss something here? Their press release stated, ‘so that crop diversity can be conserved for the future.’ What future do the seed bank’s sponsors foresee, that would threaten the global availability of current seeds, almost all of which are already well protected in designated seed banks around the world?

Anytime Bill Gates, the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto and Syngenta get together on a common project, it’s worth digging a bit deeper behind the rocks on Spitsbergen. When we do we find some fascinating things.

The first notable point is who is sponsoring the doomsday seed vault. Here joining the Norwegians are, as noted, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; the US agribusiness giant DuPont/Pioneer Hi-Bred, one of the world’s largest owners of patented genetically-modified (GMO) plant seeds and related agrichemicals; Syngenta, the Swiss-based major GMO seed and agrichemicals company through its Syngenta Foundation; the Rockefeller Foundation, the private group who created the “gene revolution with over $100 million of seed money since the 1970’s; CGIAR, the global network created by the Rockefeller Foundation to promote its ideal of genetic purity through agriculture change.

CGIAR and ‘The Project’

As I detailed in the book, Seeds of Destruction, in 1960 the Rockefeller Foundation, John D. Rockefeller III’s Agriculture Development Council and the Ford Foundation joined forces to create the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in Los Baños, the Philippines.1 By 1971, the Rockefeller Foundation’s IRRI, along with their Mexico-based International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center and two other Rockefeller and Ford Foundation-created international research centers, the IITA for tropical agriculture, Nigeria, and IRRI for rice, Philippines, combined to form a global Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research (CGIAR).

CGIAR was shaped at a series of private conferences held at the Rockefeller Foundation’s conference center in Bellagio, Italy. Key participants at the Bellagio talks were the Rockefeller Foundation’s George Harrar, Ford Foundation’s Forrest Hill, Robert McNamara of the World Bank and Maurice Strong, the Rockefeller family’s international environmental organizer, who, as a Rockefeller Foundation Trustee, organized the UN Earth Summit in Stockholm in 1972. It was part of the foundation’s decades long focus to turn science to the service of eugenics, a hideous version of racial purity, what has been called The Project.

To ensure maximum impact, CGIAR drew in the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, the UN Development Program and the World Bank. Thus, through a carefully-planned leverage of its initial funds, the Rockefeller Foundation by the beginning of the 1970’s was in a position to shape global agriculture policy. And shape it did.

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In reality, as it years later emerged, the Green Revolution was a brilliant Rockefeller family scheme to develop a globalized agribusiness which they then could monopolize just as they had done in the world oil industry beginning a half century before. As Henry Kissinger( knight of malta personal adviser to the pope) declared in the 1970’s, ‘If you control the oil you control the country; if you control food, you control the population.’

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A crucial aspect driving the interest of the Rockefeller Foundation and US agribusiness companies was the fact that the Green Revolution was based on proliferation of new hybrid seeds in developing markets. One vital aspect of hybrid seeds was their lack of reproductive capacity. Hybrids had a built in protection against multiplication. Unlike normal open pollinated species whose seed gave yields similar to its parents, the yield of the seed borne by hybrid plants was significantly lower than that of the first generation.

That declining yield characteristic of hybrids meant farmers must normally buy seed every year in order to obtain high yields. Moreover, the lower yield of the second generation eliminated the trade in seed that was often done by seed producers without the breeder’s authorization. It prevented the redistribution of the commercial crop seed by middlemen. If the large multinational seed companies were able to control the parental seed lines in house, no competitor or farmer would be able to produce the hybrid. The global concentration of hybrid seed patents into a handful of giant seed companies, led by DuPont’s Pioneer Hi-Bred and Monsanto’s Dekalb laid the ground for the later GMO seed revolution.4

In effect, the introduction of modern American agricultural technology, chemical fertilizers and commercial hybrid seeds all made local farmers in developing countries, particularly the larger more established ones, dependent on foreign, mostly US agribusiness and petro-chemical company inputs. It was a first step in what was to be a decades-long, carefully planned process.

Under the Green Revolution Agribusiness was making major inroads into markets which were previously of limited access to US exporters. The trend was later dubbed “market-oriented agriculture.” In reality it was agribusiness-controlled agriculture.

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While to date they are keeping a low profile, Monsanto and the major GMO agribusiness giants are believed at the heart of using Kofi Annan’s AGRA to spread their patented GMO seeds across Africa under the deceptive label, ‘bio-technology,’ the new euphemism for genetically engineered patented seeds. To date South Africa is the only African country permitting legal planting of GMO crops. In 2003 Burkina Faso authorized GMO trials. In 2005 Kofi Annan’s Ghana drafted bio-safety legislation and key officials expressed their intentions to pursue research into GMO crops.

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Now is it simply philosophical sloppiness? What leads the Gates and Rockefeller foundations to at one and the same time to back proliferation of patented and soon-to-be Terminator patented seeds across Africa, a process which, as it has in every other place on earth, destroys the plant seed varieties as monoculture industrialized agribusiness is introduced? At the same time they invest tens of millions of dollars to preserve every seed variety known in a bomb-proof doomsday vault near the remote Arctic Circle ‘so that crop diversity can be conserved for the future’ to restate their official release?

It is no accident that the Rockefeller and Gates foundations are teaming up to push a GMO-style Green Revolution in Africa at the same time they are quietly financing the ‘doomsday seed vault’ on Svalbard. The GMO agribusiness giants are up to their ears in the Svalbard project.

Indeed, the entire Svalbard enterprise and the people involved call up the worst catastrophe images of the Michael Crichton bestseller, Andromeda Strain, a sci-fi thriller where a deadly disease of extraterrestrial origin causes rapid, fatal clotting of the blood threatening the entire human species. In Svalbard, the future world’s most secure seed repository will be guarded by the policemen of the GMO Green Revolution--the Rockefeller and Gates Foundations, Syngenta, DuPont and CGIAR.

The Svalbard project will be run by an organization called the Global Crop Diversity Trust (GCDT). Who are they to hold such an awesome trust over the planet’s entire seed varieties? The GCDT was founded by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and Bioversity International (formerly the International Plant Genetic Research Institute), an offshoot of the CGIAR.

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William Engdahl is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG).
His writings can be consulted at the following URL:

http://www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net and on Global Research.

See Also: www.newswithviews.com/Evensen/greg136.htm
http://www.survivalblog.com/

My comment on this is that before someone asks how can they force ppl to plant GMO crops it simple. Many 3rd world governments don't offer any subsidies and that another discussion on how it starving the 3rd world farmer but anyway by only subsidizing GMO crops it basically forces the farmer to plant it to survive. And if you ever visit a 3rd world country compare the scraps that the farmers compared to what they grow n ship off and you see capitalism for what it really is. Open ur eyes. 

Fist Up

HeywoodFloyd

Knights of Malta whore for the Jesuits?

 

Seriously?

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I should have added to ignore those parts lol I don't really agree with that part but the actual facts in it are there that other stuff is well out there lol the catholic church is involved in a lot of this stuff at the local lvl tho btw

HeywoodFloyd

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The same Rockefeller Foundation created the pseudo-science discipline of molecular biology in their relentless pursuit of reducing human life down to the ‘defining gene sequence’ which, they hoped, could then be modified in order to change human traits at will.

I think you may need a more ......creditable....source than this.

Fidel

HeywoodFloyd wrote:

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The same Rockefeller Foundation created the pseudo-science discipline of molecular biology in their relentless pursuit of reducing human life down to the ‘defining gene sequence’ which, they hoped, could then be modified in order to change human traits at will.

I think you may need a more ......creditable....source than this.

Quick, Heywood, what does DNA stand for? And, no, it's not a new wing of the conservative party.

HeywoodFloyd

When it comes to questions you ask......"Do Not Answer". It only ever results in some strange Fidelesque diversion about infant mortality or the like.

Fidel

You should comment on things you know all about. Like, what Ralph Klean is doing since Kleining out Alberta's Heritage Fund? I hear Stalmacht asked the Harpers for a bailout. What's up with that in the heart of the old oil resource colony?

HeywoodFloyd

Fidel wrote:

You should comment on things you know all about. Like, what Ralph Klean is doing since Kleining out Alberta's Heritage Fund? I hear Stalmacht asked the Harpers for a bailout. What's up with that in the heart of the old oil resource colony?


Fideleseque Diversion #1 of this thread.

HeywoodFloyd

Hiccup. Oops

Rexdale_Punjabi Rexdale_Punjabi's picture

k ill break down the main issues of the article for you fucc all the other shit. Read onl a couple things. It lists the main corporations involved in GMO seed distribution and I explained how they easily distributed. My relatives bacc home are farmers and they will tell you that the GMO seeds give less yeild each generation. Without knowing more then that and knowing they manipulated genetically it aint a strech by itself to be able to develop seeds that don't reproduce and can only be lab made. Or give so low a yeild which more probable or bad offsprign or w.e that you have to buy new ones. With only a couple major corporations and organizations controlling the major seedbanks and GMO seed distribution and the reg crops being eliminitated you know have control of the food supply and world-wide dictatorship. Do You SEE? and from a capitalistic money making view this perfect

 

edit- How do you know the main corporation thing is credible? Those are some of the biggest food companies on the planet the food "giants". so it aint like it making up the names and those companies are actively involved in selling and distributing GMO food. Just look when you buy groceries.

Fidel

It sounds like the ultimate whacked-out neoliberal plan for supranational corporations to patent and control the food supply.

"Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people; control money and you control the world"  - Henry the war criminal Kissinger

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that's what they doing. and aid organizations aint helping cuz they have an interest in keeping people poor. They give out cooked rice. Take in that concept they make the ppl dependent and not self-empowered and self-determined.

HeywoodFloyd

Rexdale_Punjabi wrote:

k ill break down the main issues of the article for you fucc all the other shit. Read onl a couple things. It lists the main corporations involved in GMO seed distribution and I explained how they easily distributed. My relatives bacc home are farmers and they will tell you that the GMO seeds give less yeild each generation. Without knowing more then that and knowing they manipulated genetically it aint a strech by itself to be able to develop seeds that don't reproduce and can only be lab made. Or give so low a yeild which more probable or bad offsprign or w.e that you have to buy new ones. With only a couple major corporations and organizations controlling the major seedbanks and GMO seed distribution and the reg crops being eliminitated you know have control of the food supply and world-wide dictatorship. Do You SEE? and from a capitalistic money making view this perfect

 

edit- How do you know the main corporation thing is credible? Those are some of the biggest food companies on the planet the food "giants". so it aint like it making up the names and those companies are actively involved in selling and distributing GMO food. Just look when you buy groceries.

So Which is the real RP? The one who posted in the standard RP style or the one who posted the edit?

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Style? it just got long on the 1st paragraph I need to work on that my posts would look fairly decent if I just remembred to press enter once in awhile lol.

HeywoodFloyd

Even that post doesn't sound like the ones that were posted from your account before. The spelling, pacing, formatting, capitalization are all different.

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have a mod checc the Ip adress or w.e but don't watch that watch the info im posting. pacing? how do u pace a internet post it how fast you read it. I proly never typed it out as fast so I made less mistakes lol I spelled bare shit wrong in the ting b4 the edit firefox spellchecc aint workin on this.

HeywoodFloyd

The order and cadence with which you "speak" when you post. That's pacing

Look at your last post. Next to no caps, spelling back to the "cc" ending of words rather than the correct "ck".  Using "w.e." for "whatever".

I'm firmly convinced that there is more than one person posting with the RP account.

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cc is how u spell it. I can type like that other post. If I type really slowly but, it takes too long and ain't worth the time because you can understand the other way fine.

Understand? Or do you need further explanation don't make fake accusations don't look good makes you look like a liar when you get exposed. So chill

HeywoodFloyd

Ok. Where to start?

"Fuck" and "Check" are spelled with a "ck" rather than a "cc".

 

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u do it that way

HeywoodFloyd

Rexdale_Punjabi wrote:
u do it that way

Whoops. My bad. Sorry for thinking that you were speaking English.

Rexdale_Punjabi wrote:
 

  If I type really slowly but, it takes too long and ain't worth the time because you can understand the other way fine.

People don't always understand you. Just look at the thread http://rabble.ca/babble/body-and-soul/relationship-dealbreakers where you have to apologize or re-explain what you really meant by "she hasn't fucced every man on the blocc lol " or "you don't know what goes on in the hood lol all im gonna say bro most girls are ok but if there a girl actually na im not even gonna expose that just take my word. I don't mean the regular girls but the ones dudes call brainers for a reason. or the actual prostitutes."

Fidel

Just ignore Heywood, RP. He's an asshole and hasnt read Engdahl's well researched book. So he thinks that gives him the right to harrass and harangue you like this.

Michelle

HeywoodFloyd wrote:

Ok. Where to start?

"Fuck" and "Check" are spelled with a "ck" rather than a "cc".

 

Could you leave off on the spelling flames, please?  Thanks.  If you knew what he meant, then clarification isn't needed.

Michelle

R_P, as a new poster here, you likely don't know this yet, but when posting an article, it's best just to quote a few relevant paragraphs and then link to the rest. 

Since you can't edit the opening post, I'll scale it back for you - I'm assuming the bolded parts are what you wanted to highlight.

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my boi sent me this on another ting but it seems like the source link he put doesn't work im gonna ask him for the source of it on that n ill get bacc to u. I copied n pasted it from the other thing but you have to sign up at that site so it aint a good source like that cuz all members have to be approved. It was from globalresearch.ca that all I know ill msg him

Michelle

Uh, Noise, what part of "leave off on the spelling flames" did you not understand?  Did I spell it wrong or something?  Cut it out.

Noise

Michelle - Wasn't a spelling flame...cc instead of ck is...ummm..undernet culture?  Sorta like pWN isn't a spelling error in it's own right.

Rexdale_Punjabi Rexdale_Punjabi's picture

chill on it Noise im from the Rex so it is what it is

Noise

Chilled, and editted.

Rexdale_Punjabi Rexdale_Punjabi's picture

don't see the point of the edit but if u know what it is then why u askin for? na mean

Noise

Didn't know, thought I recognized.  Now I know.

Noise

Heh Heywood... Possibility we have a Rexdale that can't bring himself to type ck ^^

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know what? exactly son u really don't know shit

Will Hiscock

RP - this isn't a spelling post - god knows I'm terrible myself, but could you try and use more English please?  I, for one, find standard english much easier to understand, and thus the posts are quicker and clearer to read.  We post to have others understand what we are saying, and making it more difficult than it needs to be just seems pointless.

You say it takes overly long to write it properly.  Then don't write it.  But if you want to share ideas at least try to make them accessible.  The bizzare run-on muti-sentences ensure that your ideas are unclear, and it is difficult to think you should consider an idea when the other person won't even put the work into expressing it.  Clear thinking is reflected clearly, and foggy-headed ideas usually arn't expressed clearly.  I'm not saying that is the case here, but it is a first impression that is hard to overcome. 

Thanks for the article by the way.  I think this is an area which Canada should be dealing with in the context of its patent act, and international obligations

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Will Hiscock wrote:

RP - this isn't a spelling post - god knows I'm terrible myself, but could you try and use more English please?  I, for one, find standard english much easier to understand, and thus the posts are quicker and clearer to read.  We post to have others understand what we are saying, and making it more difficult than it needs to be just seems pointless.

You say it takes overly long to write it properly.  Then don't write it.  But if you want to share ideas at least try to make them accessible.  The bizzare run-on muti-sentences ensure that your ideas are unclear, and it is difficult to think you should consider an idea when the other person won't even put the work into expressing it.  Clear thinking is reflected clearly, and foggy-headed ideas usually arn't expressed clearly.  I'm not saying that is the case here, but it is a first impression that is hard to overcome. 

Thanks for the article by the way.  I think this is an area which Canada should be dealing with in the context of its patent act, and international obligations

what's standard english? ur applying ur standard because u a generation behind and the words we use in the hood are alien to you

Will Hiscock

RP - could be.  That's what I mean by standard.  The kind of language that doesn't exclude based on age or regional bias I guess.  I'm from Newfoundland, and I'm sure my "hood" has just as many words that you don't understand.  That's why I don't use them.  Because I want to communicate.  That's why I both post and read here.  I write so that it is as clear as possible for the rest of the community to read.

And if you are a generation behind me, then you shouldn't even be posting here.  I believe the rules say you have to be at least 13 to be on  the board.  (just kidding, I just find it funny that you'd assume I was an old fart)

Jingles

For one thing "ur" instead of "you're".

If you write your posts like a teenager writing a text, people won't bother reading, nor will they take you seriously. Avoiding unnecessary, unreadable text message abbreviations goes a long way towards effective communications.

It doesn't matter if you're from the hood or not. Everyone modifies their voice for writing from their spoken voice. The advantage of writing is that one can edit and modify to best convey their message. 

 

jas

Rexdale_Punjabi wrote:

what's standard english? ur applying ur standard because u a generation behind and the words we use in the hood are alien to you

For me there's something irritating about a Rexdale Punjabi co-opting a black American "gangsta" street dialect. Also, your posts tend to take the same shortcuts that "txt"ing takes, but for no apparent reason, as you do not save any time or money by texting here, on a message board. Like really, is "b-o-i" easier to read/spell than "b-o-y" ?

You should also know that b-o-i in some cultures refers to one's butch girlfriend.

 

Will Hiscock

RP - my posts arn't meant to discourage different views, specifically your views.  You have shown that you can communicate effectively and all my posts tried to suggest is that I don't think your views will be as well recieved if they are not given some effort. 

Your thoughts deserve to be weighed by others, and you should not expect them to do all the work.  And it helps prevent terrible thread drifts like this...

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Fuck that Rexdale_Punjabi, dun listen to all dem.  Nobody cares about all the high-falutin crap disguised as intellectual babble that the majority of the population would have a harder time deciphering than your posts.  They just wanna keep a brotha down.

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I have to skip theirs.  They can skip yours too.

It's Me D

I quite enjoy RP's posts actually. Its a nice change. I always try and write in "proper english" here but not elsewhere. I'm not a big fan of forcing conformity and this:

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You say it takes overly long to write it properly.  Then don't write it.

...is way out of line. So he writes outisde your comfort zone; then don't read it.

Will Hiscock

More on point: I believe the UofS has a publically owned seed bank as well.  I'm not sure what other seed banks exist, but it would seem a rather easy solution to possible monopoly over traditional seed types.

Further, patents are but a legal fiction of property (intellectual property does not hold the same inherent exclusivity as physical property).  I'm not trying to lessen the significance of monopoly food productions threat, but it really wouldn't be that hard to overcome this monopoly if the country in question either qualified or eliminated these Patent rights.

It's Me D

To the other RP, cross-posting solidarity Wink

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It's Me D wrote:
To the other RP, cross-posting solidarity Wink

 

Smile

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but for example in rice the only seeds avil to a poor farmer are the GMO there is no way to overcome the monopoly fucc the patent go the hood way. If you the only supplier every1 has to buy from you. They have the means and will to make sure it stays that way.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=12309 

 

i should post that in another thread but yo read that breaks it down.

Will Hiscock

RP, other RP and MeD - Yeah, I think that was out of line, and I'm sorry for the offence.  I should not have put my difficulty in reading the posts on others, if most find this easy enough to follow.  Maybe I am an old fart

Will Hiscock

I understand the monopoly function which the seeds create, but without the Patent, anyone could produce those seeds.  So, while you might have to replant every year, at least the seeds could be produced by national governments or individual investors. 

It has most certainly created a high capital industry within food production, but this does not have to be monopolistic, unless you consider all capitalism to eventually lead to monopoly capitalism.

The monopoly they have created is a legal monopoly, and not a natural monopoly.

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the plans are secret so no indiv has access to them on top of that most national governments have an interest in maintaining the status quo not changing it. They make money off the cheap products from the 3rd world why the fucc they wanna change that?

jas

Will Hiscock wrote:

Your thoughts deserve to be weighed by others, and you should not expect them to do all the work.

I think what you said here is very much to the point.

 

Will Hiscock

ironically - if GM foods destroy traditional varieties, except where saved in the "seed bank" they would have a natural monopoly over the traditional seed types, even as the GM ones became public property when the Patent expires after 20 years.

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