This is the perfect example of how the deception works and very disturbingly, how willingly people will lie to serve their personal interests. Think about it: Anne Glover KNOWS that research shows unequivocally that GMOs harm people, yet she’s willing to blatantly lie about it because it’s her job. These people are no social outliers: this woman was the chief scientific adviser for the European Commission. Just read these two quotes:frankenfoods

Glover said: “If we look at evidence from [more than] 15 years of growing and consuming GMO foods globally, then there is no substantiated case of any adverse impact on human health, animal health, or environmental health.”

“Glover has serious conflicts of interest that have led Member of the European Parliament and former French minister for the environment, Corinne Lepage, to call for her resignation. According to GM Watch, Glover is a shareholder in a biotech company, and her background is that of a business-savvy genetic engineer.”

The is the exact same thing that happens in regard to my own illness. Deniers completely ignore any data that refutes the story they want to tell. I’m not kidding: these people are lying about things that harm us in order to make money. These people should be tried for crimes against humanity.

Aspartame Is Deadly

There is a major push to convince people that aspartame is not dangerous. It is not based on factual information. It is based on deception and ignorance. I’ll point out just a couple of things aside from the doe-eyed gullibility of the media.

Real Clear Science. People will take this site’s word for it because they’re “scientific”. First red flag: “After extensive safety testing, aspartame was approved for use in Europe and the United States in the 1980s.” This is a complete misrepresentation of how aspartame was approved. It demonstrates the complete unreliability of the article. If that wasn’t bad enough, they appeal to Snopes to prove their point. The Snopes article is not written by a neurological expert and it doesn’t discuss the actual approval process.

That safety testing demonstrated that aspartame was devastatingly dangerous. Even the testing performed by Searle, the manufacturer, showed disastrously harmful health effects, and their studies were ridiculously mistake-prone in the process of trying to cover-up reality. This is how it was approved: Searle needed help to get past the clear toxicity of their product and they knew the only way was to circumvent the safety process and by getting it approved via the political process. So they appointed Washington insider Donald Rumsfeld as their CEO. Rumsfeld was then appointed as part of Ronald Reagan’s transition team. At this point, a scientific advisory panel appointed by the FDA to decide whether or not aspartame should be banned was tied, 3-3. So Reagan’s newly appointed FDA commissioner, Arthur Hayes Hull broke the tie and it was approved. Hull would later be fired for impropriety and would go on to work at the marketing firm that represented Searle and Monsanto. He hasn’t spoken out about aspartame since.

This is a truth that must be understood above all else: studies are very easily designed to achieve the desired results. Money is the most powerful PR weapon on the planet. Money buys studies. Money buys sycophants. Money buys good press. Money sways opinion. And people are infinitely gullible. Yesterday they were lied to by so-and-so and today so-and-so’s claims are taken as gospel based on the logical fallacy of appealing to authority. Authorities lie just as much as anyone else.

Aspartame is not safe. It never was found to be safe. It IS neurotoxic. It WILL cause neurological diseases like Parkinson’s Disease. Not in everybody, but in people like Michael J. Fox, who’s more than likely holding onto a can of diet soda. Ingest it at your own risk, but don’t swallow it with the lie that it’s safe.


The internet seems to be a place where self-appointed “skeptics” and “truth-tellers” let the rest of us in on their secrets. The scenario is less about the seeking of truth and more about the stroking of their egos. Some of them perform an enormous amount of research, as they must look long and hard to find information from outliers that refutes the truth. Others just perform superficial web-searchers and then put on airs of scientific intellectualism. In both cases, these people more often than not deliberately ignore contradictory data.

One of the most sickening examples of this is in the area of radioactive harm. I’ll just use the example of the Chernobyl accident. These people use very selective facts to paint a picture of much ado about nothing. Without going into details, the deaths from this accident is in the many 10s of thousands. And most sadly, the birth defects of children who were born to parents who were there are distressingly shocking.

In the past, I read a lot about the Chernobyl disaster and its aftermath and I don’t know what’s worse: the fact that there are people who KNOW of the true dangers or that there are people who make jokes about the “hysteria” of those of us who are concerned that the same exact thing can happen here or anywhere else where these power plants are. And I guess I can add the people who are currently latching onto every little detail of refutation about the potential dangers from Fukushima while ignoring the sobering findings by others who give us fair warning.

I don’t remember the more thorough sites that tell the stories of these poor kids so I’m just going to provide a link to a search where you can see some of the pictures. They are horrific. And I like to suggest that these people who are so convinced that we have nothing to worry about to go tell these kids that their lives are worth it so the rest of us can have cheaper energy.

Chernobyl Birth Defects

Beautiful place, isn’t it? It’s the quintessential tropical paradise. People were actually lucky enough to call this place home. Until the Americans came, named women’s bathing suits after the islands, and then “requested” that the inhabitants leave to so we could “conduct a few tests”.bikini_atoll

You’ll have to pardon my little project here. I do have a sense of justice and I like to learn about cases of injustice and share them with others. One personal interest is in the injustices that are carried out in “our interests”. I know there are other countries that have poor human rights records. But we will never have the credibility to point our fingers at them until we look in the mirror and acknowledge our own human failures. Honesty and integrity are woefully lacking here. And we DO have the ability to effect change in our own land if enough of us cared about it. There’s nothing wrong with being an idealist. There IS something wrong with being a denialist. Anyway. On with the story.

We told the Bikinians that the move would be temporary and that we would take care of them. The people fully expected that we would perform a few tests and they could very soon return home. Little did they know that we would literally vaporize some of the islands into nonexistence. Little did they know that, even though we knew prevailing winds would be carried to their new “temporary” home, we went ahead with testing anyway, causing immediate radiation sickness, all manner of illnesses, miscarriages and stillbirths, and slowly lingering deaths. They could not conceive of our capacity to lie and ruin lives. To this day, residents of The Marshall Islands contend with very high rates of cancer in a sun-drenched location that should be virtually free of it.

“The promises [the Americans] made will always be remembered by our people. They told us . . . “Never mind if you are living on a sandbar or even adrift on a raft at sea. We will take care of you as if you are our very own children.” . . . We believed them, and in a way we were happy that they would be taking care of us. The world was a strange place for us then. We just couldn’t understand why they wanted our island, we just knew that we had to follow their requests.”

We placed them on an island that could not support them, so within months, Bikinians were starving to death.

“Many times even the ships refused to stop and unload supplies for the island. . . . The Americans . . . forgot about their responsibilities to us, and again we found ourselves starving. We were full of worry and near death. Their promises were once again not ringing true.”

“Our job [on Rongerik] was to go fishing . . . It was horrible. We’d get a few fish, then the entire community would have to share this meager amount. . . . The fish were not fit to eat there. They were poisonous because of what they ate on the reef. We got sick from them, like when your arms and legs fall asleep and you can’t feel anything. We’d get up in the morning to go to our canoes and fall over because we were so ill. . . . Then we started asking these men from America [to] bring us food. . . . We were dying, but they didn’t listen to us.”

The fallout wasn’t limited to the local population and food chain. Radioactive fallout was measured in cattle as far away as Tennessee. And this was no surprise to us. Documentation proves that we knew of the dangers.

It isn’t as though we didn’t know what was going on. But we didn’t do anything about it until we started to get bad press. A former secretary of the interior who became a newspaper columnist wrote about the Navy’s “arrogant injustice to a native people”. Can we come to any other conclusion other than the idea that we have a pathological tendency to view indigenous populations as being lesser people?

The harm and neglect isn’t limited to the Bikinians of course. Japanese fishermen and our very own servicemen were placed in harm’s way. This is typical of our neglectful treatment of servicemen though. It was our responsibility to — at the very least — monitor these men for signs of radiation poisoning in order to properly treat them. And of course, if we’re going to make human guinea pigs out of them, we could at least use the information to understand the pathologies of radiation poisoning such that we could help others.

People have to excuse me for my less-than-panicked reaction to illegal immigration. Part of it sort of has to do with the idea of hypocrisy. Of course, everyone knows what we did to Native Americans. “That was a long time ago” is the thought with which we assuage our guilty consciences. Well, what we did to these people goes far beyond any concept of illegal immigration because not only did we enter their country without any sort of proper paperwork or sense of legality or decency, but we kicked out the residents and destroyed it. We stole their homes and destroyed them. One of the world’s most glorious places of natural beauty. Bombed in our quest to come up with ways to kill as many people as we can.

Folks. This is what I’m talking about when I point out the liars out there defending the indefensible. Once again we have the American Council on Science and Health, defending the disastrous poison DDT. It would be hysterical if it didn’t succeed in duping so many people.

The story here is that India has a big problem with malaria and they’re being hauled on the carpet for their unsuccessful eradication efforts. Gilbert Ross from the ACSH just loves to take an opportunity he can to rub people’s faces in the dirt.

“If the toll is not one million but ten million, this certainly should be brought to everyone’s attention.”

Yes “Doctor” Ross. Let’s bring this to everyone’s attention!

“The anti-chemical activists running the UN’s Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, a small coterie stubbornly clinging to the baseless belief in ‘Silent Spring,’ should take careful note of the real horror that they’re visiting on people in the third world, especially children, by continuing to oppose the use of DDT to prevent malaria.””

Paging Dr Ross! Your cynical use of “the children” doesn’t go unnoticed here, as your organization has gone on record claiming that arsenic, lead, and asbestos are just a-ok with the kids. But the problem is that INDIA NEVER BANNED DDT. THEY ARE THE WORLD’S LARGEST PRODUCER AND USER OF IT! That’s right: DDT is not only deadly; it doesn’t work!

Yeah, I know this is old news for some. But it’s new for me, and it amazes me the extent to which people want to blame Obama for EVERYTHING. I’m no Obama apologist by any stretch of the imagination. I think he’s a disaster. There’s just a limit to how far I’m going to take my criticisms. When it comes to things that don’t matter, AT ALL, then they don’t matter! Then there are the things that the president has absolutely nothing to do with whatsoever. Like the new $100 bill. People all over the internet have dubbed it “Obama’s $100 bill”. Do these people honestly believe that Barack Obama designed this thing? Are there really people who are that dumb who can operate a computer?

For example, The Drudge Report actually has a headline that reads, “EVEN OBAMA’S NEW $100 BILL LOOKS EUROPEAN…might as well be a EURO”. Do we really need to hate the Europeans? For WHAT?! Other people are passing around a meme that makes fun of the large “100” on it, implying that Obama chose to put it there because he’s got the mind of a grade-school kid. The large 100 is there so people who have visual impairments will more readily see what kind of bill it is. Is there a problem with that?

The entire issue can be summed up metaphorically this way: some people are making fun of the Liberty Bell being inside a “honey pot”. They’re making fun of how the simpletons included Winnie The Pooh’s honey pot on it. This is the toddler-level frame of mind these people have. And to ease the terrible discomfort this honey pot is apparently causing some people, it may help them to know that it’s actually an ink well. An ink well is something that literate people used to use to write stuff.

But hold your horses! The $100 may not have been designed by Barack Obama after all! Read on:

There are other people out there who have uncovered the REAL stories about EVERYTHING. They’re warning us of all the hidden messages this new bill contains. It’s very scary. Here is a guy who is a Christian end-times . . . um, FAN, I guess you’d call him. He’s going to tell us what EVERYTHING means. As disturbing as all of this will undoubtedly be for you, perhaps the most disturbing problem of all is the fact that this guy is a retired mental health counselor.

My only question though, is assuming that there is this group of people who are controlling everything, why would they need to publicly pass permanent messages around on circulating currency? Well, our mental health counselor is all too willing to guide us! The reason why they place this symbolism for all to see is because “In the world of witchcraft there seems to be some law where you need to notify people of the intention to cast a spell to gain a desired outcome.”

Got that? There “seems to be some law”. Folks: there are people out there who will take this as fact because this guy says “there seems to be some law”. No use of google to at list make a stab at verifying the claim. This guy wants us to hole up in a bunker because the “Kabbalistic Freemason Satanists have placed their magical intentions to destroy America and bring in the New World Order on our currency. The Illuminai’s plans have been put in place by the demonic spirits which direct them to do these things.”

That’s right folks. Just as the $20 bill featured exclusive, MAD Magazine-style images of 9/11 to warn us of 9/11, the new $100 bill has images that warn of nuclear attack on New York City.

The Global Warming Myth

We argue about everything. People are so obsessed with arguing that they prematurely pick a side and hold it tenaciously. Unfortunately, people pick their sides based on which side other people pick. In this case, as in so many cases, it’s right or left. The right does not believe that man-made global warming is real. Therefore, people on the left grab onto the other side. Another factor is that it is an environmental debate. So people who care for the environment automatically pick the side that is allegedly the side of environmental concern. The irony is that it is a self-defeating waste of time, money, and reputation. Because when the truth is told in the end, it will show what the data is clearly pointing to: man-made global warming is readily refutable bunk. And not only have we wasted billions upon billions of dollars on chasing this windmill that could have been spent addressing real environmental concerns like the chemical destruction of our environment, but we’ve ruined our reputations on this issue. People won’t believe us about the real catastrophic harm that is being inflicted on the environment, people, and animals.

And it’s worse for we MCS sufferers. Virtually everywhere you see a website about MCS, you’ll see MCS tied in with “climate change”. The writers make a connection that is quite clear: climate change is real, therefore MCS is real. So when people realize that climate change is NOT real, they will assume MCS is not real. There is absolutely no reason whatsoever to tie MCS in with climate change aside from a selfish desire to advance a personal agenda. Sure, the agenda is public, but it’s a personally held conviction that doesn’t need to be tied with our disease.

“What’s insulting (and insane) is that there is to be a “debate” at all, on one of America’s supposed premier news talk shows.”

This is the problem. From the absolute beginning, we’ve been told that the debate was over. The fact is, there was never a debate. AT ALL. We were fed this bogus story of GLOBAL WARMING. Not CLIMATE CHANGE. I’ve been paying attention long enough to see that they made a blatant change in terminology. The reason why is that we were told that we ARE experiencing global warming, and by their own faulty data, they realized it was not true. So they changed the terminology to “climate change”.

One of the lies that is repeated over and over is a variation on this lie: “It is not particularly surprising that they could not find [a climate scientist] to argue against the reality of carbon emissions-driven global warming . . .” First of all, “carbon emissions-driven global warming (at least she had the honesty to call the claim what it is) is not “reality”. Secondly, she claims that they could not find a climate scientist to argue against man-made global warming. Do I have to say it again? That’s a lie. These people keep repeating this lie while the truth is there. All you have to do is look and you’ll find them. In fact, we have numerous defections of scientists from one side to the other. And it’s always from the side of alarmist to skeptic. The reason is simple: they see that the data was not in to support the original claims.

And now that the data is coming in, they see that it does not support the original claims. This is how science works. You arrive at a hypothesis, and if the hypothesis does not hold up to subsequent scientific inquiry and scrutiny, then you drop the hypothesis and move on. Instead what’s happened is something that we see repeated with virtually every contentious issue: two sides make conclusive claims about a situation that is not yet understood. They dig into those claims so deeply that their very reputations rely on their claim being right. And when the data comes in that shows they are NOT right, they dig in even harder.

I take no pleasure in siding with people who regularly deny that MCS is real. But I’m not going to take a side based on what sides other people take about other issues. If we just concern ourselves with being right, we don’t have to worry about being proven wrong.