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Weaponized Food to Control Population

Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:57 pm
by SpiritTalker
This is a horrifying topic on what is actually happening to control the masses and profit by it.
Be aware is all I'm saying. I'm old enough to recall when Henry Kissinger, a former US Sec of State, proposed this at the UN.

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Re: Weaponized Food to Control Population

Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:33 pm
by PhoenixRising
We grow as much as we can ourselves using heirloom seeds, and for things we can't grow, we buy organic. Gives us a little more control on our end.

Re: Weaponized Food to Control Population

Posted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:12 pm
by T'a Nuk
PhoenixRising wrote:We grow as much as we can ourselves using heirloom seeds, and for things we can't grow, we buy organic. Gives us a little more control on our end.
Us as well. We buy very few processed items. A huge advantage from living in the open spaces. For those who do not, there are certainly means of securing safe food and water.

Re: Weaponized Food to Control Population

Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 9:02 am
by Shekinah
Tis true that we are what we eat and should eat to live not live to eat. Most everything we eat is mass produced and augmented with chemicals and have been genetically engineered. Unfortunately if humanity wishes to feed the escalating numbers of humans on the planet there is no other recourse as the environment is ever increasingly degraded by pollution, dwindling ground water, exhausted natural minerals, reduction of agricultural land and increasing global temperatures and ultra-violet radiation. GM pollen wafts in the wind along with insecticides and fertilizers so there really is no "Organic" produce. All we can do is be selective of the foods we consume and avoid gluttony of sugars, salt, artificial chemical additives and highly processed items. (turkey burgers, etc.)

Re: Weaponized Food to Control Population

Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:55 pm
by SpiritTalker
AW, geez, Shekinah, those were my favorite foods! Happily you didn't mention chocolate. I recently noticed on a package of rice, that instead of the standard nutritional breakdown, the yellow bar read "This product has no nutritional value," so I put it back on the grocery shelf, and found another brand. So it pays to read labels, but someone else will buy that rice. :shock: