Greedopoly: The Game is Nearly Up

There has been so much going on these past few days, so much reporting, so many articles and blogs to read… I can’t do everything I’d like to do at this time of year and keep up, so I highly recommend at least one place to go to do your own reading when you have the time/desire. This “online magazine” is one of the best, in my opinion; perfectly timed for weekend reading when I get the collection of the week’s articles in one email.

www.ShiftFrequency.com

By the woeful sounds of people in many areas of Canada, the USA and Britain, now is the perfect time to hole up with the blankets, a cup of tea and your iPad or mobile device for a little catch-up reading. Many can’t afford propane to heat their homes in record low temperatures. They can thank the Illuminati for that.

There are excellent articles in many categories here weekly that you can get in your own inbox if you so choose. The one below is an excellent overview of “The Illuminati Plan”, as I call it, and their game is nearly up. They will not pass Go, will not collect their trillions of dollars, and will go straight to jail—either that or the Great Central Sun. Fortunately for them, hell is a myth.  ~ BP

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Greedopoly ~ A PlayMakers Game

Who are the PlayMakers? They are perceived as the “1 percent.” In actuality it’s more like the .”0.000000001 percent” who have devised and control this game.

The game itself is an energy game. It’s configured by the PlayMakers as a “take/exploit” exchange, with themselves as Takers and the 99.99999999 as exploitable energy resources embedded in the game (at birth) without informed consent.

Greedopoly has simple rules of engagement. Takers (exclusively):

  • extract energy from the output of the 99.9999999 percent via corporations, big pharma,  weather wars, real wars, trade partnerships, bribery, corruption, malfeasance, and, for emergencies just plain graft.
  • extend empty energy pockets (privately-owned central banks) to be filled by the energy output of the 99.9999999 percent via taxes, mortgages and unsecured loans saddled with usurious interest rates
  • control everything everywhere via spy tech, hidden tech, internet tech, the Bavarian Illuminati, royal houses, the UN, World Health Organization, Bilderbergers, Club of Rome, “democratically” elected governments, and Agenda 21
  • weed out “useless eaters” via GMOs, chemtrails, race-specific viruses, vaccines, and devious plots too numerous to list
  • Enforce laws, regulations, rules, statutes, legal claims – none of which apply to them
  • Build underground bunkers, seed vaults, and nature preserves with proceeds from drug trades and wealth stolen from conquered territories

Greedopoly Ends When Winners Take All (Or Losers Stop Playing)

Because it’s fundamentally a one-way energy grab Greedopoly reaches a terminal point when the energy demands on the system exceed energy output from the system. Bud Conrad  discusses the  manipulations of government, central banks, and financial institutions on behalf of the PlayMakers. “Despite what we’ve be told is the case, they have fixed absolutely nothing. Our national debt has grown, millions have already been impoverished and millions more will be soon. The next crisis is imminent. The complex of potential future problems will be based on the same problems that caused the 2008 downturn… too much government debt, too much private debt and a collapse of that debt when it can’t be paid, creating a new economic crisis.  . . .” http://shiftfrequency.com/it-will-implode-we-will-see-the-demise-of-the-dollar/

Ellen Brown agrees. “That’s the big disaster that’s coming. Probably one of these big derivative banks will go bankrupt . . . the derivative players will get first dibs. They’ll grab all the deposits, and there won’t be anything left.” http://shiftfrequency.com/ellen-brown-gmo-food-laced-with-weed-killer-and-bail-ins-video/

As for serving time for financial crime that’s a laugher except if you, like Bernie Madoff, run a parallel financial crime syndicate. As Matt Taibbi notes, “Of course, you won’t hear about the recent financial corruption case, United States of America v. Carollo, Goldberg and Grimm, called anything like that . . . But this just completed trial in downtown New York . . . allowed federal prosecutors to make public for the first time the astonishing inner workings of the reigning American crime syndicate, which now operates not out of Little Italy and Las Vegas, but out of Wall Street.”

In fact, Taibbi continues “the most dangerous possible consequence of the extreme concentration of financial power that has taken place in the last few decades has always been the possibility that these giants might figure out ways to work together, to game the costs of things for the rest of us. That’s what took place in this case, as these defendants (and many big banks which have already settled with the state for similar actions) were caught colluding to skim from the investment returns owed to all of us local taxpayers.” http://shiftfrequency.com/matt-taibbi-another-batch-of-wall-street-villains-freed-on-technicality/

Iceland Says “No”

Fortunately, a shining example of saying “no” to the PlayMakers just happened in Iceland. “Iceland’s government has announced that it will be writing off up to 24,000 euros ($32,600) of every household’s mortgage, fulfilling its election promise, despite overwhelming criticism from international financial institutions. The measure was introduced by the country’s prime minister, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, the leader of the Progressive Party which won the late-April elections on a promise of household debt relief. According to the government’s website the household debt will be reduced by 13 percent on average.” http://shiftfrequency.com/iceland-thumbs-nose-at-international-opposition-to-advance-1-2-billion-debt-relief-plan/

Naturally the PlayMakers aren’t pleased and are pulling out all the stops. They’re expressing their disapproval via international organizations like the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and slashing Iceland’s rating via Standard & Poors from “stable” to “negative.”  http://shiftfrequency.com/iceland-thumbs-nose-at-international-opposition-to-advance-1-2-billion-debt-relief-plan/

Like All Games Played With Loaded Dice Greedopoly Dies With Exposure

Greedopoly is no longer a hidden game.  Its stranglehold is being challenged by Bitcoin, state-owned banks, and informed-citizen repudiation of PlayMaker trade treaties, vaccines and GMOs. What once seemed like a yawn to the finish line has suddenly grown recalcitrant tentacles that threaten the centralized hub of total control.

Opposing forces have begun operations in the Middle East (Russia and China), South America (Brazil), Africa (South Africa), and India.  They are creating an economic block to offset the global economic damage that was planned by the PlayMakers to facilitate their ultimate grab for supreme power via one world governance. To the PlayMakers increasing dismay what once seemed a sure bet isn’t so sure any more. Like Pandora’s box, the lid has been opened and the consequences are likely to prove just as unpalatable for them as they proved for Pandora.

Until next week,

Gillian

New York Times Rejects Monsanto Science

Thanks, Patrick!

Now we’re getting somewhere!  I wonder if this had anything to do with the 9/11 billboard We, the People,  put in Times Square right in front of the NY Times building, asking them why they didn’t report the truth… 

Sometimes what we want comes in a different way than we expect.  ~ BP

This isn’t a leak. It isn’t a timid flow. It’s a flood.

I’m talking about about the criticism of Monsanto’s so-called science of genetically-engineered food.

For the past 20 years, independent researchers have been attacking Monsanto science in various ways, and finally the NY Times has joined the crowd.

But it’s the way Mark Bittman, lead food columnist for the Times magazine, does it that really crashes the whole GMO delusion. Writing in his April 2 column, “Why Do G.M.O.’s Need Protection?”, Bittman leads with this:

“Genetic engineering in agriculture has disappointed many people who once had hopes for it.”

As in: the party’s over, turn out the lights.

Bittman explains:

“…genetic engineering, or, more properly, transgenic engineering – in which a gene, usually from another species of plant, bacterium or animal, is inserted into a plant in the hope of positively changing its nature – has been disappointing.”

As if this weren’t enough, Bittman spells it out more specifically:

“In the nearly 20 years of applied use of G.E. in agriculture there have been two notable ‘successes,’ along with a few less notable ones. These are crops resistant to Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide (Monsanto develops both the seeds and the herbicide to which they’re resistant) and crops that contain their own insecticide. The first have already failed, as so-called superweeds have developed resistance to Roundup, and the second are showing signs of failing, as insects are able to develop resistance to the inserted Bt toxin — originally a bacterial toxin — faster than new crop variations can be generated.”

Bittman goes on to write that superweed resistance was a foregone conclusion; scientists understood, from the earliest days of GMOs, that spraying generations of these weeds with Roundup would give us exactly what we have today: failure of the technology to prevent what it was designed to prevent. The weeds wouldn’t die out. They would retool and thrive.

“The result is that the biggest crisis in monocrop agriculture – something like 90 percent of all soybeans and 70 percent of corn is grown using Roundup Ready seed – lies in glyphosate’s inability to any longer provide total or even predictable control, because around a dozen weed species have developed resistance to it.” Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup.

Just as the weeds developed resistance and immunity to the herbicide, insects that were supposed to be killed by the toxin engineered into Monsanto’s BT crops are also surviving.

Five years ago, it would have been unthinkable that the NY Times would print such a complete rejection of GMO plant technology. Now, it’s “well, everybody knows.”

The Times sees no point in holding back any longer.

Of course, if it were a newspaper with any real courage, it would launch a whole series of front-page pieces on this enormous failure, and the gigantic fraud that lies behind it. Then the Times might actually see its readership improve.

The revelations will indict the corporation (Monsanto), its government partners, and the scientists who falsified and hid data.

Momentum is something its editors understand well enough. You set your hounds loose on a story, you send them out with a mandate to expose failure, fraud, and crime down to their roots, and you know that, in the ensuing months, formerly reticent researchers and corporate employees and government officials will appear out of the woodwork confessing their insider knowledge.

The story will deepen. It will take on new branches. The revelations will indict the corporation (Monsanto), its government partners, and the scientists who falsified and hid data.

FDA and USDA may take some fire

In this case, the FDA and the USDA will come in for major hits. They will backtrack and lie and mis-explain, for a while, and then, like buds in the spring, agency employees will emerge and admit the truth. These agencies were co-conspirators.

And once the story unravels far enough, the human health hazards and destruction wreaked by GMOs will take center stage. All the bland pronouncements about “nobody has gotten sick from GMOs” will evaporate in the wind.

It won’t simply be, “Well, we never tested health dangers adequately,” it’ll be, “We knew there was trouble from the get-go.”

Yes, the Times could make all this happen. But it won’t. There are two basic reasons. First, it considers Big Ag too big to fail. There is now so much acreage in America tied up in GMO crops that to reject the whole show would cause titanic eruptions on many levels.

And second, the Times is part of the very establishment that views the GMO industry as a way of bringing Globalism to fruition for the whole planet.

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Watch the Video “Demon Weeds” to Learn What Monsanto Tries to Hide

How You and ANH-USA Stood Up to Broken Laws, Three Big Lies, and $22 Million in Biotech Lobbying

November 5, 2013

Washington State’s GMO labeling initiative goes to the vote TODAY. Show your support by sharing our new video on GMOs and increased herbicide use.  Action Alert!

Over the past month, you and ANH-USA have worked hard to educate the people and fight Big Food and Big Biotech misinformation campaigns.

“No on 522,” the industry backed group leading the anti-GMO labeling push in Washington State, raised nearly $22 million to defeat the initiative, smashing Washington State’s previous fundraising record for any state-wide initiative campaign. Monsanto gave nearly $5.4 million to keep consumers from knowing what’s in the food they feed their families, while the Grocery Manufacturers Association gave $11 million (and got sued by the Washington State Attorney General for illegally collecting and spending $7 million of it—whoops!).

Washington State wasn’t our first battle of this kind: we were actively involved in California’s Prop 37 campaign, and knew from the start that Big Business would be slinging millions, as well as their three big, favorite lies. This is why we proactively launched a comprehensive, multi-platform public education campaign based on three separate independent studies:

  • Lie #1: “GMO labeling is bad for the economy!” Dr. Joanna Shepherd-Bailey’s report detailed how NOT labeling GMOs actually hurts the economy; makes the food industry less competitive worldwide; has a negative impact on food exports, imports, and jobs; diminishes tax revenue; and has a ripple affect on other associated industries.
  • Lie #2: “GMO labeling will raise grocery prices!” Another report by Dr. Shepherd-Bailey showed how GMO labeling will NOT increase food prices.
  • Lie #3: “GMOs are better for farmers!” ANH-USA’s newest report, with research support and herbicide use data provided Dr. Chuck Benbrook of Washington State University debunked the myth that GMOs help farmers produce more and healthier crops—and uncovered the shocking agricultural, economic, environmental, and human health consequences of increased glyphosate (a major ingredient in GMO herbicide) use.

The report’s findings were so compelling that ANH-USA has released this excusive informative video on how glyphosate and glyphosate-resistant weeds can affect your family.

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Déja Vu: I-522 Ballots Don’t Look Good—We Need a Miracle

The sheeple appear to have won again and trumped the activists/awakened ones’ card.

While the mailed ballots aren’t yet counted and it won’t be declared official until December 5th, 2013, it looks like all our work to educate the public in Washington was for nought—just like California a year ago.

This loss in Washington state affects other states—not just theirs.  The depopulation of America continues.  ~ BP

(NaturalNews) As of this writing, Washington state I-522 looks to have narrowly failed at the ballot box. This link shows election results county by county.

At 11:00pm last night, the “no” votes were winning by approximately 55% to 44%. Mail-in votes reportedly have not been counted yet, but unless a radical change appears in the final votes, I-522 will go down in history as yet another example of corporate money buying out the voters through a campaign of lies and deception.

The Grocery Manufacturers of America and most of the big-name food companies proved in this campaign that they are willing to operate a criminal conspiracy to cheat, lie and intentionally misinform voters. At stake is their continued way of doing business: SECRECY coupled with consumer ignorance.

In an honest election, I-522 would have easily passed

The last thing these companies want is for consumers to realize they’re buying poison. That’s why they plowed tens of millions of dollars into their disinfo campaign, hoping they could trick enough voters into not understanding what they were voting for. In an honest election that wasn’t primarily determined by money, I-522 would pass in a landslide, but in this election, much like Prop 37, corporate money allowed these companies to essentially buy their way to a ballot box victory that keeps consumers ignorant.

The Yes on 522 campaign ran a valiant campaign, and had voters not been deceived by the corporate-funded opposition, the ballot measure would have unquestionably passed. No person in their right mind would want LESS transparency on what’s in the foods we buy and consume. Every intelligent person, if allowed due consideration on the subject, will naturally conclude that the right to know what’s in our food is a fundamental human right.

The failure of 522 also shows that democracy itself doesn’t work when a tidal wave of corporate money is allowed to influence election outcomes. And that’s the way nearly all elections work, isn’t it? So even though we can all talk about the idealistic goal of “the People” being in charge of legislation, in reality the corporations have now seized so much power in America that even when the informed masses want to codify fundamental human rights into law, it cannot be readily achieved.

GMO labeling will never be won with money

After back-to-back failures of Prop 37 and I-522, I think it’s time we all realized we will never win this issue with money. As much as we all gave money to this campaign (and Dr. Bronner’s gave the most, I believe), the junk food manufacturers of this nation were able to spend almost twenty times more.

Selling the public toxic beverages and junk foods made with cheap “junk” ingredients is highly profitable, of course, so these companies have hundreds of millions of dollars to throw around like caged gorillas flinging excrement.

If we hope to ever see GMO labeling mandated in any state in America, victory is going to have to be achieved through “guerilla activism” methods that go far outside the box of “spending money on ads.”

I’m not criticizing the 522 campaign directors, by the way. They did a fantastic job. But the playbook they are working from is based on rules of conventional campaigning, not guerilla campaigning.

It’s much like the American colonists in the War of Independence who realized they would be slaughtered if they did battle with the occupying British by adhering to rigid formations. Man for man (and dollar for dollar), you can’t beat the establishment. What you need to invoke is asymmetrical warfare tactics such as guerilla warfare where colonists would hide in the bushes and ambush high-ranking British officers, thereby cutting off the leadership and causing disarray among the enemy ranks.

Don’t misunderstand my metaphor here: I am not suggesting anyone actually ambush and kill CEOs of junk food companies. This is merely an illustration of the fact that going head to head (dollar for dollar) with Pepsico, Coca-Cola and Monsanto is never going to result in victory for GMO labeling activists.

There are far more clever ways to multiply your efforts and make the actions of one person more impactful than millions of dollars in expenditures by the opposition.

Take off the kid gloves and go for the throat

We also have to realize that the GMO labeling opposition will never play by the rules. They routinely engage in dirty tricks and even criminal behavior in order to achieve their goals at any cost. I am not suggesting that we stoop to their level and start breaking the law to achieve victory, but we do have to take a far more aggressive stance that directly accuses the opposition of mass deception, mass poisoning and causing a potential ecological disaster.

See, the problem with the campaigns for GMO labeling so far is that they are too polite. They are run by nice people who play by nice rules. Those are great people to have as friends and neighbors, but they are not the kind of scrapping, no-holds-barred warriors that are needed to defeat such as slithering, slippery enemy.

The opposition to GMO labeling is a cabal of mafia-style criminal rogues who continue to achieve their dark victories by breaking all the rules and playing dirty. To beat them at that game, you have to take off the kid gloves and go for their throats.

If anybody in the GMO labeling activism world wants to know how to do that, contact me so we can set up a face-to-face meeting. In the mean time, know that I am already working on an asymmetrical P.R. warfare strategy that will be unleashed next year right here on Natural News.

Because the real story here — and I’m not going to fully explain this until later — is that the very weapons needed to defeat these evil corporations are sitting right there on the shelves of every grocery store across America. They have handed us the tools of their own defeat.

This will all be explained in more detail on January 7, 2014 as part of my upcoming breakthrough food science announcement.

 

Genetic Roulette: How GMO Food Will Be Our Undoing [video]

The Producers of this film are allowing a FULL and FREE viewing through 11/9/13. Please show your support by purchasing a copy of the film! Click HERE for details!

By Dr. Mercola

We are extremely excited to announce another free week-long streaming of the hour-length version of Genetic Roulette—The Gamble of Our Lives,1 winner of the Top Transformational Film of 2012 by AwareGuide and 2012 Movie of the Year by the Solari Report.

Featuring testimony from healthcare practitioners, scientists, veterinarians, parents, and others about the health risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food, this powerful documentary shares the amazing stories of individuals who saw undeniable improvements after switching to a non-GMO diet.

Last year, during its first free showing week, Genetic Roulette garnered over 1.25 million views. Viewers were so moved that many made the decision to eliminate GMOs from their diet before the credits rolled, and subsequently reported profound improvements in their health.

This film could change your life too! So please, take advantage of this opportunity and forward this important film to all of your close personal friends; share it with others on Facebook and Twitter.

“GENETIC ROULETTE unveils a world most of us have never seen. It raises alarming questions about GMOs, and we deserve answers. For all that you love, hear this message and act now.” — Frances Moore Lappé, author of Diet for a Small Planet and EcoMind

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From the Soapbox . . . One Last Impassioned Plea on the GMO Issue in Washington State

When you consider that Pepsi and Coke only contributed $1,620,899 and $1,047,332 respectively into the ANTI-labeling campaign, (click here for other traitorous companies/contributions) the fact that Dr. Bronner’s family business has donated $2.3 million from their relatively paltry coffers to educate consumers is testimony to their unshakable belief in the importance of passing I-522 this month in Washington State.

You may not be familiar with Dr. Bronner’s products, but they’re great if you have babies and pets, in particular, who are making a lot of contact with the floor and putting things in their mouths. They also make safe, natural hair shampoo, conditioner, hand sanitizer, lotions, shaving gels. lip balms, baby products and even snacks. 

Here’s an update from the Organic Consumers Association on this influential and powerful family determined to do what it takes to protect our right to know what we’re eating and using in our homes and our bodies. 

If you can’t contribute to the campaign, please phone voters to educate them, boycott the greedy corporations who are deceiving us and support companies like Dr. Bronner’s.  ~ BP

Dr. Bronner's Organic Fair Trade Soaps & Bodycare

When the Bronner family, founders of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, decided to commit to passing I-522, the Washington State GMO labeling initiative, they did it in a big way. This one small family-owned business has spent an astonishing $2.3 million to pass a GMO labeling law in Washington State.

Why take such a big risk? Because the Bronners know that if we win this battle, we will win the war.

While so many companies – multi-million dollar national brands – have sat on the sidelines, making excuses for not contributing much-needed money to the YES on I-522 campaign, Dr. Bronner’s has gone out on a limb. For your right to know.

Please take a minute to listen to David Bronner’s impassioned plea for GMO labeling. And then say “thanks”!

Read the full article

TAKE ACTION: Tell the Bronner Family ‘Thank you!’ for supporting I-522 and our Right to Know!

Say ‘Thanks’ on Dr. Bronner’s Facebook page

Mexico Bans GMO Corn

The whole world is banning GMOs and Monsanto and in the US we can’t even get people to vote for mandatory labeling of GMOs. Duh!  ~ BP

Mexico Bans GMO Corn

A ruling by a judge in Mexico City has suspended the planting of genetically modified corn in our country.

“The issue at hand relates to cultivation,” Andrew Conner, manager of global technology for the U.S. Grains Council told Agriculture.com Wednesday. “We’ve been tracking this for quite a while to make sure it doesn’t spill over into trade barriers.”

“In the case of Mexico, we have no reason to believe that what is happening now, with the ruling of the judge, will spill over and affect imports,” Conner said.

Mexico usually ranks second behind Japan as the largest export market for U.S. corn.

GMO Corn

GMO Corn

The release of genetically modified corn is a controversial issue in Mexico, the birthplace of corn, home to scores of traditional corn varieties. And scientists have found low levels of modified genes in native corn, even though a moratorium on planting genetically modified corn has been in effect since 1998.

The Mexican government has been moving toward approval of planting genetically modified corn in an effort to increase the crop’s production in a nation that imports almost a third of the corn it consumes, mostly for livestock feed.

Last July, a coalition of 53 groups and individuals, including scientists, activists and human rights groups, filed suit to block field trials of genetically modified corn planned by most of the major international corn seed companies in Mexico.

The ruling, which is a suspension, was considered a major victory for the groups because it was the first time Mexican courts were willing to weigh in on the debate over risks and benefits of this technology.

The judge cited the risk of imminent harm to the environment as the basis for his decision.

Mexico’s Secretary of Agriculture, Enrique Martinez y Martinez, told the newspaper, El Economista, that the agriculture department has always planned to base its decisions regarding the field testing of genetically modified corn based on scientific criteria. But, the delays and litigation is now in the hands of attorneys and, for the moment, there will be no more permits.

Depending on how the litigation plays out, and whether it becomes a trade issue, this latest development may actually increase U.S. corn exports to Mexico.

Source: http://www.agriculture.com/