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Friday, July 30, 2010

Would You Like Fries With That Dimethylpolysiloxane??

When I first began exploring the GMO/ Fluoride/ Aspartame/ Monsanto rabbit hole, I was actually somewhat skeptical. Despite significant research into the New World Order agenda and the Illuminati network of secret societies as well as the occultism involved in their ritual and traditions - I was not quite ready to believe in the "soft kill" hypothesis i.e. the slow poisoning of the masses through the machinery of science. Of course, that was then. This is now.

It is time for a new environmentalism. An environmentalism that is more concerned with the chemicals being put into the food and water supply. An environmentalism more concerned with the disturbing cocktails used in our vaccines and medications. An environmentalism that looks to the lingering chemtrails criss-crossing the skies and demands answers. An environmentalism that is based on human health and harmony. A real environmentalism. Not the current environmental stasi bent on controlling everything from the temperature of your home to the contents of your refrigerator. How and when you flush the commode. Where you can fish.

The new environmentalism should not be concerned with asserting influence in Washington solely for the purpose of using the hammer of governmental force against property rights and individual sovereignty. It should concern itself with truth. Education. Enlightenment.

The largest polluters are governments and corporations. Not Joe Blow running his AC at 72 degrees during the summer. Yet the brunt of the assault of today's environmental movement focuses on the destructive power of the lowly masses - not war machines or GMO foods. This must change.

It's time for a real environmentalism to emerge.


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  2. I appreciate Alex Jones much more when he doesn't take his messages to a defcon level (I guess 5 is lowest - I didn't know that!).
    Truth. Education. Enlightenment. Yeah!
    Thanks for sharing this!

  3. The thing about Alex Jones -- he is provocative enough to force you into your own research. Once you do... he doesn't seem like as much of an alarmist.

    All we can do is educate and resist.