Saturday, February 7, 2009

Sweet Mercury? Call It Corn Syrup Karma

Headline: Studies find mercury in much U.S. corn syrup "...former Food and Drug Administration scientist Renee Dufault and colleagues tested 20 samples of high fructose corn syrup and found detectable mercury in nine of the 20 samples."

On the heels of a massive PR campaign to make corn syrup look like the next Catholic saint, it turns out that the processing of same is done with the second most toxic metal known to man. Anybody even a little bit surprised?

What will the FDA do now?

If FDA continues to insist that mercury is safe in vaccines, then they must also logically claim it to be a "necessary trace element" when it is found in corn syrup.

Sweet? The only thing sweet about corn syrup is the profit generated from the people who consume it. Who profits? Ultimately, the medical monopoly.

Reminder: A monopoly is not possible without the force of government "enforcing" it.

Think about that the next time you blame Big Oil, Big PHARMA and Big Media. They are not possible without government's monopoly protection.

"We the People" are on drugs, hooked on welfare and warfare. How else would you explain a "representative" republic becoming lost in a haze of dangerous democracy, thus mandating that its citizens become subjects of the pharmaceutical industrial complex via High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS). The bureaucratic oligarchy thrives on a citizenry suppressed by junk food and junk drugs in response. The will of the people can be found stuffed in a pill bottle next to its shrinking co-pay.

But hey, the FDA says that HFCS is safe, just like vaccines and mercury fillings. Mercury has become the "new" selenium by order of the bureaucratic oligarchy! They all must wear felt hats in the federal government.

Speaking of real trace minerals, it is selenium that may save us from the bureaucratic oligarchy and the ravages of modern man's attempt to out-create Creation. Throw in a little Trans-D Tropin to accelerate the detox while you're at it.

Man's arrogance in engineering "improvements" to nature always results in unintended consequences, or blowback. Call it corn syrup karma.

You want some mercury-fries with that?

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