GMO Foods For You And Me, But Not For The Elite!

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Corporate and government elite dine on safe organic food while the masses are secretly poisoned by hidden genetically modified (GMO) food. President Barack Obama demands organic food. Even Monsanto’s own employees get organic food at the company canteen.

GMO foods are poisoned by hidden genetically modified organisms, pesticides and dangerous contaminants. The big corporation creating and polluting the Earth and the population with GMO foods is Monsanto. Bill Gates is a big Monsanto stockholder.

There is a nationwide effort to alert people to the high health risk of GMO foods, but the money power and the political power are promoting the corporate Satan, Monsanto, and GMO foods.

You can avoid them by using this non-GMO food guide when shopping.

Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • Shorty Stuff

    This is the elite’s way of thinning out the human population. But once they do that, who’s going to be their slaves and do the work to feed and shelter their sorry a$$es?

    • JRR

      They plan to leave a population of about 5,000,000 (half a billion) people, from which they calculate they can get enough gardeners, maids, pool cleaners, electricians, engineers, etc., to keep them living in luxury. U.N. Agenda 21 supports this, plus the removal of everyone from most of America, into huge, crowded cities on the coasts (with access to railroads – go figure), where they will have restricted access to water, no electricity, no appliances.

      The elite will live in luxuty, which will include access to the whole country as a giant playground for them.

  • Robert Wolfe

    What do you mean “secretly poisoned”? No secret to it! And lets make something clear, there is no elite. There may be people who think they are some sort of elite, but they’re nothing. Their efforts shall all come to naught, just as sure as there is a God in heaven.

  • Average_Joe56

    The only way to stop the proliferation of these GMO’s and the assault on our food is with our wallets.

    Here is a modest list of companies that use only certified Non-GMO ingredients.

    http://www.nongmoproject.org/find-non-gmo/search-participating-products/browse-products-by-brand/

    Support their products and refuse to buy or eat any non-certified products. Let your local super markets know how you feel about the food you eat. As the stores lose business, they will in turn change vendors and products… to accommodate their customer base (even big box stores like Wal-Mart will change if enough of us stop buying the garbage). Read the labels…know what you are eating….most of it is garbage…and that garbage is killing us.

    If possible buy your produce from local producers. Do the same for your poultry, beef and pork…know where your food comes from and what it was fed. Food is medicine!

  • Figero’s Mom

    It is true GMO foods are killing us. The book, “Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight” gives an excellent overview of how GMO foods manage that, and is a great weight loss book as well. I lost 20 pounds in 3 months just by following the ideas outlined in the book. Now, I just have to get the motivation to do it again, since I have another 40 to go. I also agree with Average Joe56. I shop the perimeter of stores (fresh meat and produce) and leave the middle alone. Surprisingly, that is also cheaper on ones wallet.