by: L.J. Devon
(NaturalNews) It’s easy to hide knowledge from the public when you run the very industry that the public perceptibly needs. So much knowledge about glyphosate is buried or disregarded because the public now feels that the Roundup chemical is a necessity for both agriculture and lawn care. The industry that made glyphosate a perceived necessity is the same industry that created genetically modified seeds, which were invented to withstand glyphosate and thus create a perpetual need for the chemical.
The truth is that glyphosate is blazing the pathway to modern-day disease by destroying both soil microbiology and human gut microbiology. Today, just about any food in the Western world’s diet is tainted with residue of glyphosate. The microbiology of soil systems used for growing food are so depleted, destroying the natural nutrition levels of food.
Monsanto is creating a dual
monopoly using glyphosate
How did this antibiotic-herbicide become so pervasive in the Western world? Some of the most intelligent and conniving business people in the world thought up a way to create perpetual agricultural need for the chemical. How did these masterminds force this? They began manipulating plant genomes in the lab to develop genetically modified crops that were to be specifically designed to be resistant to glyphosate. In this way, entire agricultural systems would have to accept glyphosate as a requirement to grow food.
In 1974, Roundup hit the market — a glyphosate concoction that would become the pre-engineered answer to a new world of patented GMO seed. The business maneuver is causing agriculture to become dependent on both genetically modified crops and the glyphosate chemical, an idea derived from none other than the infamous Monsanto Company. Today, 80% of genetically modified crops, particularly corn, soy, canola, cotton and sugar beets, are created with specific genes that are resistant to glyphosate, or are “Roundup Ready.”
World banker calls for
population reduction by
glyphosate enters the
market soon thereafter
Before glyphosate became the monster agricultural necessity that it is today, it was used as a scaling agent to clean lime and other water deposits from industrial pipes. By 1970, an organic chemist working for Monsanto, John E. Franz, discovered that glyphosate is a powerful herbicide. Two years later, World Bank head Robert McNamara made a statement supporting population control, published in the French Magazine J’ai Tout Compris.
He said, “One must take draconian measures of demographic reduction against the will of the populations. Reducing the birth rate has proved to be impossible or insufficient. One must therefore increase the mortality rate. How? By natural means. Famine and sickness.”
Just two years after that, glyphosate research received major funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and entered the commercial market through Monsanto, quickly becoming an agricultural boon.
Glyphosate’s perceived benefit of increasing crop yields overshadowed its dark side of destroyed soil microbiology and human gut microbes. From then on, the Western world entered a time of rapidly expanding disease, as cheap, chemical-laden foods filled diets.
Are genetically modified seeds just a coverup for using glyphosate as an experiment on human populations?
Consumers today cry out for genetically modified organisms to be labeled, but labeling may only legitimize the use of this transgenic material and brush over the fact that glyphosate is the real fuel to the toxic hell fire of disease ravaging the world. Could the development of GMO seed really just be a coverup to use glyphosate as a destructive population control tool? Consumers may fail to see that glyphosate is the more impending human health danger, playing a more prominent role in the mass GMO eugenics experiment being conducted on human DNA today.
Why glyphosate is the
pathway to modern
Today, scientists are starting to understand how glyphosate opens the floodgate for a whole host of immune system problems to occur, including mental disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer.
First, glyphosate inhibits cytochrome P450 (CYP enzymes). These enzymes play a crucial role in the biology of human gut bacteria, tasked with detoxifying xenobiotics. Since glyphosate restricts this detoxifying process in the gut, it essentially enhances the effects of other environmental toxins and chemicals in the body, allowing them to overtake the immune system. This welcomes inflammation and damage to cellular systems. It allows dangerous substances to break into the blood, where they can poison practically any organ and even cross the blood-brain barrier.
The industry behind glyphosate doesn’t want you to know that the chemical acts as a channel for disease. In safety studies, scientists are paid to show that glyphosate’s damage to plants is through the shikimate pathway, which they clearly mention, is not present in humans.
What they fail to mention is that the shikimate pathway is present in human gut bacteria. Most importantly, these bacteria possess an integrated biosemiotic relationship with the human host, aiding in digestion, gastrointestinal tract permeability, synthesis of vitamins, detoxification of xenobiotics and overall immune system homeostasis.
So, as glyphosate depletes this microbiology, they are essentially destroying the human race from the inside out — ever so silently. Why is this not reported by the manufacturers, the government or the mainstream media?
Sources for this article include:
Littman, D.R.; Pamer, E.G. “Role of the commensal microbiota in normal and pathogenic host immune responses.” Cell Host & Microbe. 2011, 10, 311-323.