Labels? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Labels!
Proposition 37 in California failed to pass. If it was passed; genetically modified food in that state would have to be labeled as so. Apparently all the skinny, attractive, health conscious, trendy, Muscle Beach type of people there aren’t interested in knowing what they are feeding themselves and their families. Or, maybe the people of California are free and awake and don’t care what companies like Monsanto and Whole Foods are doing to the food because they buy their food from known, reputable sources and/or grow their own.
I doubt it.
We don’t need no stinkin’ labels!
A man in Tulsa got fired from his job at the Food Pyramid grocery store. Food Pyramid… looks and sounds like the Illuminati to me.
There are two types of Illuminati food:
1. The food that the Illuminati eat; good, natural, healthful, organic food that gives the body proper nutrition and promotes long life in those who consume it.
2. The food that the Illuminati feed us. The food that technically isn’t even food and slowly kills those who consume it.
Anyways, Food Pyramid fired this man so he decided to become a whistleblower. He exposed his manager on the local news. This man went on T.V. to say that this store wipes off the expiration dates from expired meats.
I guess this is the end of the world. Why? The meat comes from genetically modified animals that ate genetically modified food. They were pumped full of antibiotics and vaccines, and treated inhumanely. After being slaughtered and butchered, the meat is injected with carcinogenic nitrates and nitrites. It is then irradiated and sealed in carbon monoxide to make it bright red. You believe that red color means it is fresh.
The meat is then packaged, stored, and shipped in trucks across the country. That animal or mixture of animals, have been dead for months, possibly years, by the time it gets on the store shelf. How long has it been in the store waiting for you to pick it up?
And, they want you to believe that an expiration date means anything?
When will they put a label on the food to tell you if it contains dead babies?
Why do you need a label? Are labels always truthful, or can they lie? If I pour Pepsi™ into a Coke™ bottle; does the liquid turn into Coke™?
Be afraid of infection.
Be scared of evil ways.
Be scared for your protection.
Best watch your every step, instinctual appeal to fear.
Collapse and paralyze.
Far gone is good intention.
Smokescreen to commercialize, teller of tales spin us a line.
Front page impersonation.
Cities burn; the skies will fall, civilization reduced to nothing.
Disease will spread to all.
We buy so we survive.
Feel the acid rain corrode.
I want to take a picture.
Our lives would look disguised.
Wash away This Lying World.
Terminate this iron fist.
Strangled are we by the bastards of fascist culture.
Strangled are we by the hands or our own people.
On the stage, it’s our lives.
On the stage, grows a mountain.
As we stumble on, we forget.
Steel toed this path of corruption.
Conceal and steer our minds away. – Unearth
Yes, this is a lying wicked world. Labels mean nothing. Content and substance is everything.
“I have a dream, that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. – Martin Luther King
Grow your own food from heirloom seeds. Raise your own meat animals from heritage breeds. Go to farmers markets and meet local food producers who will let you visit their farms.
Even children can identify food by sight. Even illiterate children can identify restaurants, logos and packaged food products. When you eat real food; you don’t need no stinkin’ labels!
Prop. 37 Food-Labeling Law Fails in California (familysurvivalprotocol.com)
Should We Label Genetically Modified Foods? (pubcit.typepad.com)
Need to consider implementing GMO labelling for genetically modified foods (natureandus.wordpress.com)
How Monsanto Bought the Election (2012indyinfo.com)
- Food companies Monsanto, Dupont, Pepsico and Nestle spend $45 million to defeat California GM label bill Prop 37 (rawstory.com)