Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has been one of the world’s leading environmental and children’s welfare advocates. He has been sounding the alarm about the war being waged on our food supply by biotech companies.
RFK JR. is the founder of the Waterkeeper Alliance — the world’s largest clean water advocacy group. He then went on to found Children’s Health Defense, a mass membership organization which addresses childhood chronic disease and toxic exposures from vaccines.
BIO, sounds like a wonderful green wholesome name right? In fact, in Europe, the stamp BIO indicates that a product is natural and non-GMO. Unfortunately, BIO is also the name of a powerful organization devoted to the exact opposite of everything natural.
BIO, Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), the world’s largest GMO (genetically modified organism) trade organization, represents more than 1,000 pesticide, pharmaceutical, and biotech companies in more than 30 countries. BIO claims that genetic engineering is the solution to heal, fuel and feed the world. To that end, it is devoted to the genetic modification of food, animals, insects, and even people.
Beth Ellikidis, vice president of agriculture and environment at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), and Dr. Peter Lurie, president of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), teamed together to argue for the genetic engineering of food. Both are connected to Bill Gates and are pushing to replace all-natural foods with patentable, genetically modified foods.
Lurie and Ellikidis are both in league with Bill Gates and the Rockefeller foundation among others ” that are pushing to replace all-natural foods with patentable, genetically modified foods.
According to Open Secrets, BIO spent $13,250,000 on “pharmaceutical and health products” lobbying in 2022. For reference, only Pfizer and the lobbying group Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America spent more.
Lurie — a former U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) associate commissioner — is the president of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, or CSPI. CSPI is funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, the Rockefeller Family Fund, Bloomberg Philanthropies and other billionaire-owned foundations. It’s also partnered with the Cornell Alliance for Science, whose primary funding comes from Bill & Melinda Gates.
Getting back to the issue of food, just as medicine is being hijacked by the biotech industry, so is our food supply. Indeed, President Biden recently signed an executive order that makes biotechnology a key focus of every federal agency, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
GENETIC MODIFICATION OF OUR FOOD SUPPLY
The first GMO cow was approved for human consumption by the FDA in May of 2022. These cows were genetically modified using CRSIPR to make them "hornless". These GMO cows are set to hit U.S. markets within the upcoming year.
The first CRISPR gene edited Salmon called AquaAdvantage Salmon was genetically altered to grow faster.
Its been on the market for over a year. That's just one of the reasons why I avoid salmon.
The first CRISPR edited mustard green salad were just approved by the FDA last month. And its just the start. Pairwise, the agricultural biotechnology company who created Conscious Greens Purple Power Baby Greens Blend, used CRISPR to edit mustard greens’ DNA, removing a gene that gives them their pungent flavor, promises to bring more CRSIPR edited greens to market soon.
to read more about the genetically modified salmon coming very soon to restaurants and supermarkets click here.
Modifying Animals with mRNA vaccines
mRNA shots have been used in pigs for several years already.
The mRNA vaccines cause genetic mutations in animals. A major concern is that when people consume these animals, the meat may cause unknown mutations in the human genome as well.
For this reason, all pork products should be avoided.
Soon, cattle may get these customizable mRNA shots as well, which could affect both beef and dairy products.
Hopefully, cattle ranchers will realize the danger this mRNA platform poses to their bottom line and reject it. If they don’t, finding beef and dairy that has not been “gene therapied” could become quite the challenge.
LIVESTOCK VACCINES EXPECTED TO BE WORTH 26 BILLION BY 2030
Many Experts in the field are raising the alarm.
Holistic veterinarian Dr. W. Jean Dodds, told The Defender, “Not enough is known at this time if mRNA vaccines can generate any long-term effects on reproduction or lifespan of domestic farm stock. “As livestock become part of the human and animal food chain, we need to be sure that no abnormal cellular or molecular changes to the animal could be induced by this type of vaccine.” Basically, the mRNA vaccines could cause genetic mutations that will last for generations.
FOOD IS BEING TURNED INTO VACCINES
There is concern that food such as cows milk or other foods could be turned into vaccines. Just as in the 1960s one of the polio vaccines was administered orally in the form of sugar cubes, the mRNA vaccines can be put into foods, and the public who eat these foods, will be unintentionally consuming these vaccines. As the mRNA vaccines cause genetic mutations, this is a major ethical problem.
As reported by Dr. Peter McCullough, Chinese researchers have demonstrated that food can indeed be turned into a vaccine.
“The nation’s food supply can be manipulated by public health agencies to influence population outcomes … Now an oral route of administration is being considered specifically for COVID-19 vaccination using mRNA in cow’s milk.
“Zhang and colleagues have demonstrated that a shortened mRNA code of 675 base pairs could be loaded into phospholipid packets called exosomes derived from milk and then using that same milk, be fed to mice.
“The mice gastrointestinal tract absorbed the exosomes and the mRNA must have made it into the bloodstream and lymphatic tissue because antibodies were produced in fed mice against SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein (receptor binding domain) …
“Given the damage mRNA vaccines have generated in terms of injuries, disabilities, and deaths, these data raise considerable ethical issues. The COVID States project has shown that 25% of Americans were successful in remaining unvaccinated. This group would have strong objections to mRNA in the food supply, particularly if it was done surreptitiously or with minimal labelling/warnings …
“These observations lead me to conclude that mRNA technology has just entered a whole new, much darker phase of development. Expect more research on and resistance to mRNA in our food supply. The Chinese have just taken the first of what will probably be many more dangerous steps for the world.”
SAY TO TO mRNA In OUR FOOD
It's important that the public gets informed about the impending disaster awaiting the food supply.
We must also try to achieve food freedom, by avoiding big companies and getting in touch with local farmers who actually care about growing non-GMO, and by supporting small businesses devoted to providing non-GMO foods to their communities.
Legislative efforts are also needed. Bills that would be helpful in steering us in the right direction include the following:
The Processing Revival and Intrastate Meat Exemption (PRIME) Act — This bill was introduced in 2017 and hasn’t moved since its introduction in the House. The PRIME Act would allow farmers to sell meat processed at smaller slaughtering facilities and allow states to set their own meat processing standards.
The Interstate Milk Freedom Act of 2021 — This bill was introduced at the end of July 2021 as an amendment to the 2018 Farm Bill.
Missouri House Bill 1169, which would require labeling of products, including food, that might “impact, alter or introduce genetic material or a genetic change” into the consumer.