Friday, May 30, 2014



Temecula, CA – This morning as per the news, two things stuck out. The first bit of news was sad. 

The Label GMO bill SB 1381, died in the California Senate for having only nineteen of the 21 votes needed for advancement. We know WHO you need to vote out this California election and the next one coming; this is, if you are tired of seeing elected officials on their knees slow head-bobbing Monsanto. 

The second bit of news was a lot better on the surface, but still concerns GMOs in a more clandestine way. Would you believe Congress voted to cease funding the Department of Justice efforts to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries, caretakers, providers, and growers functioning legally under state law? Is the Drug War over?

Obama spoke out.

Seriously, it hurts to lose a battle when the side you pull for is trying to do the right thing. 

One of the Label GMO Moms, Zen Honeycutt, seen here pointing to the reason for labeling GMOs seems to have an undisputable logic based in fact. Those are her kids. She did change their diet and the children’s ailment either improved or went away. There was no costly debilitating drug regiment to put them into ‘for treatment’. So if we are on the right side, why aren’t we winning?

The answer to that question is, this isn’t about money though the people we fight against have sold their souls. No, this is about deception and bloodline, just as stated in the Bible and deciphered more discerningly through Strong’s Concordance detail in Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green, Chapter 20. The word ‘between’ as used in Genesis 3:15 is described to identify two separate bloodline tribes [page 292, Memoirs]. Monsanto may well be the Devil, but it is the people who serve and support, that are the seed. This bloodline seed crosses all colors, ethnic groups, religions, classes, families and even genders. They are rival tribal enemies of the woman's seed. Up to now, only God and those in his posse (in-laws & outlaws) could see who the serpent’s seed was. 

That’s the bloodline. What is the deception? Sustainable living or Agenda 21 as in the signage used in this Sydney March Against Monsanto photo. Think this is just the Rothschilds or some far off agenda. 

Sorry, Sports Fans. Both local city councils [Temecula, Murrieta] support and promote Agenda 21 and have attended the Sustainable Living seminars along with other career politicians. The deception is that the earth can’t support all the people now on the planet. The solution: sterilization through GMO DNA manipulation. Similar localized meaning private rather than public sterilization programs were run on ‘unwanteds’ read minority women/girls, in the late 1800/early 1900 period by Christian/church- going eugenic believers who were often upper middle-class in positions of authority. Eugenics is known today as bioethics

While this might sound far-fetched to you, Dear Reader, the logical reasoning for a better world at your expense was why the Jews were chosen as a way to forward medicine for all through experimentation and the ethnic group voted to be least missed by humanity. This logic was behind the smallpox blankets given to Native American Indians and to a degree is behind the Comfort Girls rationale. There is no ‘we are the world’, there is only ‘you are here for us’. 

Most people, especially the Christians, believe Sodom and Gomorrah were judged because of wanting to have sex with angels, aka sodomy, but research shows the cities were blessed and prosperous, not unlike the suburban style of T-town, but they lacked compassion and were not hospitable to the poor passing through. Because they had much and wouldn’t share, all was taken from them and their remains left as a warning to others. Hospitality is a central theme in the Old Testament and throughout the New.

But hospitality takes on a divers* meaning in these days of Divine Intervention.
Today the Congress of the United States voted to cut funding the Drug War for MMJrs. This is easy to see as a plus for old Choomer Barry, jested with the lead photo, but in the shadows lurks the equal opportunity enemy Monsanto, as this next report put together by a fellow journalist at the place I write for in the cool evenings, points out.
‘A genetically modified organism (GMO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. Organisms that have been genetically modified include micro-organisms such as bacteria and yeast, insects, plants, fish, and mammals. GMOs are the source of genetically modified foods and are also widely used in scientific research and to produce goods other than food. 

Bacteria were the first organisms to be modified in the laboratory, due to their simple genetics. Genetically modified bacteria are used to produce the protein insulin to treat diabetes. They continue to be important model organisms for experiments in genetic engineering.

As medical marijuana becomes more popular, companies like Monsanto see the plants as the next opportunity. Monsanto was among the first to genetically modify a plant cell. Monsanto was a pioneer in applying the biotechnology industry business model to agriculture. 

Monsanto has announced their first foray into Marijuana agriculture. Monsanto CEO Tom Stammers announced, 

"What we have done for the American dinner table over the years by making bigger vegetables, we
now plan to take worldwide!"

Promising 'diversity and diversification', Stammers also revealed plans to expand into the field of Marijuana agriculture. 

"We're going to get into this in a big way like only Monsanto can." Stammers announced plans to launch a subsidiary company, named 'Monsancho' to specialize in fertilizers and growth hormones specifically targeted for Marijuana agriculture.

“With Monsancho's know-how and formidable brand recognition, we plan to corner and take over the market. Soon, highly productive marijuana 'trees' will be growing on factory farms all over the nation’s heartland. Flowers as large as a refrigerator will not only be entirely possible but industry standard, providing for the medical patient and the casual user alike."

The fertilizers and hormone will only be sold in bulk amounts to large factory farms. Monsanto has considered smaller amounts for sale to the individual but Stammers remarked, 

"We didn't think that would be such a good idea."

When asked about any potential risks to consumers Stammers interrupted, 

"That's neither here nor there. It is not Monsanto's policy to look back. There's no profit in that. Monsanto is only looking to fly high into the future." 

In response to concerns over GMO's Stammers responded, 

"GMO's are everywhere. You had GMO's for breakfast this morning and yet here you are standing before me asking provocative questions. I think that it is pretty obvious that GMO's are absolutely safe."

Is that which happened with the coffee/beer/wine industry going to happen to the marijuana one? Small artisan growers get a jump-start and make big profits for a few years before large corporations buy them out, create partial monopolies, and dominate the industry from that point forward.

We hope not, maybe the main issue we'll be eventually dealing with is not whether we should have access to medical marijuana at all, but whether we should have easier access to medical marijuana that's organic and GMO-free.’ NEWS Reporter – Summer Rain

(*- meaning here, unexpected and hugely important; all emphasis - Ed)

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