After most children get past their 2, 4, 6 moths, 1 year and five year old vaccines, there’s this big gap of adolescence from like say 7 years of age, all the way up until adulthood that the vaccine industry through the pharmaceutical industry is looking at as their next market share. There’s a whole untapped market share of adolescence for which they can develop vaccines, and this is just the first of many.
Say No To Vaccinations – The Truth About Gardasil And The History Of The Vaccination Program – Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
…has uncovered these Department of Defense documents which proves the military sprayed Agent Orange at Fort Gordon while Cripps was there. They also detail more than 30 locations in the United States where Agent Orange was tested. The documents show that helicopters sprayed at least 95 gallons of Agent Orange at Fort Gordon in 1967. Cripps says that alone should prove he was exposed.
To preserve its corn’s diversity, Mexico has banned genetically modified crops. However due to the NAFTA free trade agreement it signed with the United States and Canada, Mexico cannot stop the massive importation of American corn, 40% of which is genetically modified. This industrial corn, as it’s called in Mexico, is highly subsidized by the U.S. government. So on local markets it costs have as much as traditional Mexican corn.
Now let’s go a little bit into the history of excitotoxicity and how this all came about. In Japan they used a flavoring substance for their food called kombu or sea tangle. And this is a seaweed when you dry it you can grind it up. put it in your food and it greatly enhances the taste of the food and that’s been used for a thousand years. No one really knew why it enhanced the taste of food, until 1908 when a research chemist by the name of Ikeda, examined kombu and he discovered that the taste enhancing compound was glutamate. You may have heard of monosodium glutamate, or MSG, well that’s the active compound glutamate. ..because it enhances the taste by stimulating certain cells in the brain and the tongue.