Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Genetic Roulette - The Gamble of Our Lives

Available for free viewing online, this week only, HERE.

Are you and your family on the wrong side of a bet?

When the US government ignored repeated warnings by its own scientists and allowed untested genetically modified (GM) crops into our environment and food supply, it was a gamble of unprecedented proportions. The health of all living things and all future generations were put at risk by an infant technology.
After two decades, physicians and scientists have uncovered a grave trend. The same serious health problems found in lab animals, livestock, and pets that have been fed GM foods are now on the rise in the US population. And when people and animals stop eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs), their health improves.
This seminal documentary provides compelling evidence to help explain the deteriorating health of Americans, especially among children, and offers a recipe for protecting ourselves and our future.

Many thanks to Crystal from Canada for making me aware of this.


  1. I can't help but wonder if GMOs are contributing to the rise of Pre-Eclampsia in pregnant women these days. It seems like there are SO many women getting it. Even women who have tried to "eat right" (but I suspect they didn't go organic) are getting Pre-Eclampsia.

    Also, I know several couples who were able to have one child, and then mysteriously became infertile. I don't think the rates of infertility these days are just "God shutting the womb"... I'm sure food has something to do with it. There is one sweet lady I'm thinking of right now who is dying to have another baby, but just can't. They have just one son. She is starting to clean up their diet just to see if getting rid of GMOs will help them have more children.

  2. What is your opinion of cervical biopsies during pregnancy? I have recently found out that I am pregnant, and my pap came back positive for HPV. The midwife recommended a cervical biopsy, and you seem knowledgeable about these things. Just wondering your opinion on if you would do it or not.

  3. Thank you for sharing this video. I have been growing a lot of heirloom, open pollinated plants the past few years, but have yet to venture into growing grain. The folks at Off the Grid share a lot of helpful advice for anyone looking to get off mass production. They have a nice, free email subscription, and offer heirloom seed collections as well.

    I recently ordered their soup bean survival set, and am very pleased with the quality and variety of beans, (for eating, as well as planting). I like the idea of being able to grow these beans just about anywhere. Growing wheat? I'm not there yet. but I do order, once a year from the Seventh Day Adventists - who offer all manner of grains that can be bought in huge bulk. (They are vegans) The one in my area is called Country Life Natural Foods.

    I order a huge amount of organic rice and wheat, plus a few other things, and they deliver it for free. While we are not vegetarians, I also order their TVP, to add to soup and spaghetti, etc., to stretch the meat a little further.

    Thank you, Zsuzsanna, again for this video. The satanic elites strive to reduce the population through many different avenues. Lucifer always wants the opposite of what God wants.

  4. Lilly, Don't do it. I have 4 children, and with 2 of my pregnancies (while pregnant), I had abnormal paps that said the same thing with some dysplasia. The first time I ignored it, because of circumstances (Thank God, because I was not wise enough then to have made a good decision about it). But to my surprise, my next pap was normal (I thought it was a miracle-lol). The next few were normal too (including the next two pregnancies). But mysteriously with my 4th pregnancy, it happened again. I explained that I'd had an abnormal before, but assumed it was a mistake since afterward they'd all been normal. But he told me it wouldn't have been a mistake, and that it prob just went away (i did not realize it could go away). But he "let it slip" that he's seen "really bad stuff" go away on it's own (meaning worse dysplasia than what mine was showing, i assume). I decided I'd wait until recovering from pregnancy to give me a chance to heal, and he reluctantly agreed. But the very next appt. he was trying to push me into scheduling a colposcopy. I knew this wasn't going to work, so I switched docs. The next doc did't worry about it at all, and guess what? The pap from my 6 week postpartum check up was NORMAL. Apparently this "stuff" goes away on it's own, which I don't believe they are telling us! I only knew because that one doc let it slip out. They are getting way too much money for cutting up cervixes unneccessarily, I'm sure. Whenever I hear of someone going through these procedures, I get so mad, because I know it likely wasn't necessary! I hope this helps you make a more informed decision. Sorry for running with this topic, but I just had to share my experience with Lilly, and maybe it will help someone else too. But yes, GMOs are bad! Buy heirloom seed! And practice seed saving!

  5. I've posted the link to this movie 3 times on my FB page. I think my "friends" are getting sick of me!


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