Food -- Dinner Table Terrorism!!
Last updated on
Sept. 14, 2002.
medicine man Edward Jenner and Erasmus Darwin stole the theory
of evilution from Ancient Egypt and introduced it to the modern world;
they opened up a Pandora's box of horrors. The fable that humans and
animals are genetically related is the cause of untold evils to the
human race and to helpless animals.
are now used in all kinds of gruesome experiments to test drugs and
food for human consumption. This cruelty to livings animals is called
VIVISECTION from the Latin vìvus, alive. There is NO genetic
connection between animals and humans except that they had a common
Designer or Creator, 6000 years
God created all living things according to their kind meaning that
the boundaries between livings things are not to be broken down by
corrupt money hungry drug companies.
the great Flood of Noah, they corrupt antediluvians had broken down
these walls of separation and God destroyed them all as a result.
Doubtless Satan told them that these mutants were an evolutionary
advance for the human race:
were GIANTS in the earth in those days (before the Flood); and also
after that (at the time of Moses), when the sons of God came in unto
the daughters of men, and they bore children to them, the same became
mighty men which were of old, men of renown (Gen. 6:4).
However these Frankenstein
monsters were created, they opposed Joshua when he led the invasion
of the promised land and David killed one of them named Goliath with
a sling and a stone
we saw the GIANTS (Nephilim), the sons of Anak, which came of the
GIANTS, and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were
in their sight" (Numbers 13: 33).
Rats used to test
milk for human consumption!!
BOVINE GROWTH HORMONE
or BGH -- udder destruction!!
-- cow on steroids showing GIANT udder due to BGH.
"Sold in the United
States under the Monsanto brand name Posilac, rBGH is injected into
cows to increase milk production. Few people would argue that the
drug does increase milk production, although in a country that periodically
gives away dairy products to deal with the milk surplus it is difficult
to understand why we need even more. Aside from well-documented health
problems for the cows, including increases in udder infections, there
are a series of health issues for humans.
As early as 1995, at a National
Institutes for Health conference, the following adverse effects of
rBGH were identified:
1. Strong role in breast
2. Special risk of colon
cancer due to local effects of rBGH on the GI tract.
3. May play a role in osteosarcoma,
the most common bone tumor in children, usually occurring during the
adolescent growth spurt.
4. Implicated in lung cancer.
5. Possesses angiogenic
properties-important to tumors, some of which secrete their own growth
factors to promote angiogenesis.
6. Lastly, the 1995 NIH
conference recommended that the acute and chronic effects of IGF-1
in the upper GI tract be determined.
"Americans have been
drinking milk from cows treated with rBGH for several years now. When
the hormone was approved by the U.S. government, the
approval was based on studies of rats fed rBGH that showed
no toxicological changes. Had there been any such changes, further
human studies would have been mandated.
In the well-publicized 1998 Canadian Gaps Report discussed in the
previous chapter, we learn that in fact a large proportion of the
rBGH-fed rats, between 20 and 30 percent, showed distinct immunological
changes, while some male rats showed the formation of cysts of the
thyroid and infiltration of the prostate. These are warning signs
for possible immune system effects-and possible carcinogenic effects
The Center for Food Safety and more than two dozen other organizations
filed a petition in December of 1998 to reverse FDA approval of rBGH/rBST
"We're going to go to the courts and say-you were lied to,"
said Andrew Kimbrell of the Center for Food Safety. "Essentially
it was fraud by the agency and fraud by Monsanto in telling the court
that there were no human health effects possible from consuming these
products made with rBGH-treated milk. We now know that not to be true."
The Canadian Gaps Report, the banning of rBGH in many countries around
the globe, and the findings of a number of studies in the United States
and in Europe all point to real, concrete health concerns about bovine
Estimates are that 15 to 30 percent of the milk supply of the United
States comes from rBGH-injected cows. Since rudimentary labeling of
rBGH milk exists in some communities, including direct labeling as
well as the labeling of some milk as "organic," people can
avoid feeding their families dairy products containing genetically
engineered growth hormones. Where such labeling or alternatives do
not exist, there is little choice for people other than turning to
chapter 10 in this book and becoming active in nationwide efforts
to provide people with the option to consume only the food that they
feel is safe for their families (Genetically Engineered Food,
Martin Teitel, p. 59)."
Mutano was founded in 1901 by John
Satano was founded
in 1901, the very year of the assassination of President Mc Kinley and
the takeover of our beloved country by the alien force.
Monsanto Founder John F. Queeny (1859
Olga Monsanto, wife of the poisoner.
Poisoner Queeny was the Roman
Catholic grandson of immigrants from Hibernia (Ireland) who were tricked
into serving the Pope by Ignatius LIEoLa. The company was named after
his wife, Olga Mendez Monsanto. Her Spanish father, Maurice Monsanto,
was the son of Don Emmanuel Mendez de Monsanto, an aristocrat who had
been knighted by both Queen Isabella II of Spain and King Frederick
VII of Denmark. Her German mother, Emma Cleaves, was a daughter of a
private secretary to King George IV of Hanover.
The three Monsantos -- father,
mother and daughter r -- had abandoned Europe and had taken up residence
on sugar plantations on the island of Vieques near Puerto Rico, and
on St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, before moving to New York in 1878.
What is sweeter than
The Bible asks the
question, "What is sweeter than honey?" (Judges 14:18). The
Thanks to the EVILutionists,
man thinks he can improve or modify God's creation. Here is one such
example of that folly. Saccharin was the first poison to be manufactured
from coal tar by Mutano. It was supposed to be a sweetener and SUBSTITUTE
for SUGAR. Huge quantities were sold to the Chinese. It was later proved
to be highly carcinogenic.
Saccharin was a substitute for sugar and
was made from coal tar.
The Germans originally had the
patent on this poison and they moved quickly to shut Monsanto down by
lowering the price of their poison.
Monsatan was the first truly
"multinational" corporation. A founder with Irish ancestors
married a Spanish lady and set up operation in French founded St. Louis
with the aid of 3 Swiss chemists in order to compete head on with the
Later on Monsatan would be infamous
for the production of PCB's and Agent
Orange which was used against the Vietnamese to destory their forests.
Another poison from
St. Louis, Missouri,
is home to another deadly poison producer. We are talking about the
BEER industry. Prohibition was the greatest idea to be sanctioned by
any nation on earth. U. S. industrial production increased by almost
50% during the 13 years of Prohibition. It is very DIFFICULT to brainwash
a SOBER NATION.
A sober nation is a
safe, prosperous, healthy, intelligent, happy, nation. Alcohol and vaccination
are responsible for almost all mental and physical deformities.!!
Anheuser Bush headquarters
Budweiser is the world best-selling
IN THE BREWERY VATS. THE TRACT THAT MADE THE BREWERS MAD.
beer business is a queer business. There is death connected with
it anyway you take it. Do the beer guzzlers know that every
year thousands of rats leap into the beer vats, die and rot there.
That fine flavor in your favorite beer may be only the essence
of dead rats. You have all heard the term, "The Brewery Rats."
Rats are the pests of the brewery. They can smell a brewery farther
than a buzzard can smell a carcass. They come in great droves.
The brewery can poison them, trap them, or kill them in other
ways, but they still come. It is difficult to make a rat proof
brewery. Here is what The American Independent says about
rats in the beer vats:
"It will be a matter of
special interest, now that beer is back, to know that rats
are crazy about malt when it is fermenting. They will even
climb a ladder to get near the malt in the beer vat. In
the days before the coming of Prohibition the brewers had
hard work to keep rats out of their vats. Climbing to the
top of the vat a hungry rat, crazy to get at the fermenting
malt, would lean down toward the beer and presently would
fall in. He would go to the bottom and drown, and under
the foam on top of the beer could not be seen. Some of the
brewers used to keep a paddle with which to fish out the
dead rats in the early morning. Often it was impossible
to see the rat and he would lie there until the third day
when he would gradually swell and rise above the bottom
of the vat, so that it was now easier to get the paddle
under the dead rat and lift him out of the beer. Of course
some vats would be drained off without a single rat in them,
while in other vats there would be several rats. Some months
ago a bootleg vat in Pennsylvania was raided and it was
decided to clean it out to see what it really contained,
and in this big vat they found sixty-nine dead rats.
"Many persons have wondered
why beer has a bitter and acid taste. May not this peculiar
taste come from the flavor of the rats that have lost their
lives through their fondness for fermenting malt?
"Persons who are thinking of cultivating a taste for
beer would do well to make sure that all rats have been
destroyed in the vicinity of the brewery they intend to
patronize. Be sure that there is no rat taste in the beer
you drink. If the poison has been taken out, it is not real
"But we have got
to drink beer, rat essence and all, to balance the budget. Soak
the nation's flag in the filthy slop to raise revenue to meet
the extravagance of a beer administration. Drink beer morning
noon and night. Drink it with your meals. Drink it between your
meals. Drink more beer. Just keep drinking beer. Drink it until
your stomach rebels against its deadly poison and you puke all
over the sidewalk or the bottom of your car, or the floor of your
home or wherever you may be. Drink it until your kidneys are rotten.
Until your nerves are shot. Until your brain is on fire and tremens
drives you to the asylum. Drink it until in your madness you see
the flashing tongues of snakes or the hideous faces of dead rats
leering from the foam. For beer is filled with the souls of dead
rats that have drowned in the brewery vats."
Rat Story Stirs
Brewers. From The National Voice. Miss
Hubler Fights Beer Barons.
stories of rats which fall into brewery vats to drown and rot
there, have stirred liquor interests all over the country into
concerted attacks against those who have given wide publicity
to these stories.
Immediately after a radio talk which I made recently, telling
how hordes of rats are attracted to the brewery vats by the smell
of malt, several brewers and distillers brought tremendous pressure
to force my prohibition talks off the air, threatening the radio
station with loss of large revenues from regular advertising patrons,
if I was allowed to continue with these stories of rats in the
This week, in answer to the rat story over the radio, there came
an interesting and amusing letter from a listener in Idaho, which
I would like to have given over the radio, but which was censored,
because of the pressure exerted by the brewers and distillers.
The letter is too good to keep, even if I can't give it over the
air, so here it is:
seen your leaflet "Rats in the Brewery Vats,"
and cannot resist the temptation to reply to it.
or damage do you suppose a few rats in a vat of a thousand
gallons of beer would do? That would not give a glass
of beer enough rat contamination to amount to a single
thing. When a rat has decomposed in a beer vat, the hair
all sinks to the bottom, and the rotted flesh only rises
throughout the contents of the vat when it is stirred
up, and this stirring is done only occasionally.
"Such foulness does not reach the lips of the drinker
as you seem to suppose, but the beer taste counteracts
it until none but new users of the beer ever think they
detect the outside taste.
"The pure food and pure drink authorities do not
think enough of your remarks to consider them worthy of
repeating, for the real value of beer does not lie in
its taste, but in the vitamins contained in it. Old users
of the drink would not detect the presence of a dead horse
in a vat of it, nor even a dead man, for the beer is individualistic,
and when once the taste is acquired, it lingers long,
and is firm.
"If you women would attend to your OWN business,
these rats in the vats would soon be forgotten."
When those fighting for
the dry cause can "draw blood" and when brewers and
distillers stoop from their mighty thrones to try to get one lone
woman "off the air," then we feel that we are really
getting somewhere in this fight. --Miss Ethel Hubler, Editor,
The National Voice.
It seems that when the Editor of The Rail Splitter worked out
the truths that went into this tract "Rats in the Brewery
Vats" we started something. This tract has been quoted in
over a dozen papers, some of them with large circulation and has
consequently been read by millions of people. The fact that it
is setting the breweries wild and is worrying the beer guzzlers
is all the proof we need that it is getting results. As you can
see from the above facts the liquor crowd has been trying very
hard to get Miss Ethel Hubler off the air for the reason that
she broadcasted the truth as set forth in "Rats in the Brewery
Vats." Miss Hubler is a fighter and the booze
crowd are going to have a lot of trouble to silence her on this
and Toads taken from Beer Kegs says worker in Brewery. From the
BY A FORMER BREWERY WORKER
(The name of this former
brewery worker is withheld for obvious reasons).
|"A friend and I
became handy men at a brewery in southeastern Iowa, where
our job was to keep the place "clean."
All of the water used in the
manufacture of the beer came from an overflow pond in a
pasture, used alike by horses, cows and hogs. Farmers know
the habits of these animals and no more need be said as
to the purity of the water used in the manufacture of the
One of our first jobs was to
scoop the malt overflow back into the vat. Discovering the
malt to be full of maggots, we asked the brewer what to
do about it.
"Never mind, scoop it in.
That don't hurt," the brewer said. Next, we had to
repair the empty kegs. These kegs had been filled and refilled.
Between times, they were thrown out among the weeds alongside
the brewery. Finally, when it became necessary to renovate
them, the heads were taken out and the contents noted.
Mice, snakes and toads in various
stages of decomposition were found. But we bravely continued
Finally we were
told to clean the storage vat. Descending into the vat by
means of a ladder we heard rats scurrying around. We found
rats running around the sills and jumping down into the
"lees." Descending into the vat, we found ourselves
wading in a loblolly of hair, bones and other beer refuse.
We finished the job, but the job finished us, as far as
working in a brewery was. concerned.
P. S. The story of a beer
vat which contained three bushels of dead rats, when it was drained,
comes from William Baxter, author of the Baxter Law in Indiana.
In a speech he said that the drinkers of that beer "had been
taking their beer off of rat tails, rat noses and rats' everything."
and Dead Mexican Found in Brewery Vat -- The National Voice.
"Not only rats, but
the dead bodies of two men, a Negro and a Mexican, came out of
a huge beer vat in a brewery in St. Louis, when the vat was emptied,
according to an authentic account told this week by an eye-witness
of the incident.
|"When I was an intern in
a St. Louis hospital," said the man now a reputable physician
in Los Angeles, "we boys (young doctors), heard of a
raid on a brewery, so we went down to see what was going on.
"The vat was being emptied into the sewer. At the last,
we saw, not only cooked rats, but bodies of a Negro and a
Mexican, who had been drowned by accident, taken out of the
"This did not seem to astonish the spectators, because
worse things had been found in the beer vats at other times,"
the physician said this week, in describing the incident
Rats in the vats is from the
book From Beltshazzar to Roosevelt
by William LLoyd Clark, pages 61--65).
Clark, William Lloyd,
From Belshazzar to Roosevelt, Rail Splitter Press, Milan, Illinois,
Teitel, Martin &
Wilson, Kimberly A., Genetically
Engineered Food, Changing the Course of Nature, What you Need to Know
to Protect Yourself, Your Family, and Our Planet., Park Street
Press, Rochester, Vermont.
Lappe, Marc, Against
the Grain: Biotechnology and the Corporate Takeover of Your Food.
Forrestal, Daniel J.,
Faith, Hope and $5.000: the Story of Monsanto: The Trials and Triumphs
of the First 75 Years, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1977. (The
writer of this book was a former employee of Monsanto). If you can find
any books exposing Mutano please tell us about them.
Canadian Web site is not crazy about Franken-foods!!
Campaign to Label Genetically Modified Foods.
of the Earth.
Humane Farming Association.
evidence of cruelty to animals. Not for the squeamish.
A company named Monsanto
is the maker of BGH. It is no coincidence that it was founded in 1901;
the year of the assassination of President McKinley and the takeover
of our beloved country by the alien force.
If those money hungry
corporations really want to produce super crops why don't they use BAT
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