Something’s Brewing: #45

It appears that Pig Pharma has come up with a new covert means of getting its ineffective and toxic vaccines into our children and ourselves:

Edible Vaccines: What’s in your Banana?

By Experimental Vaccines

Is a new era of vaccine-infused foods upon us? As Kenny Valenzuela covers in this video, according to an article entitled “Edible Vaccines” from Scientific American, printed in 2000, they state:

One day children may get immunized by munching on foods instead of enduring shots. More important, food vaccines might save millions who now die for lack of access to traditional inoculants.

See what they have to say about bananas and tomatoes. They’ve done everything else with genetic modification of food, so why not throw in some vaccines?

The Links to this video can be found here:

via Activist Post: Edible Vaccines: What’s in your Banana?.


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4 thoughts on “Something’s Brewing: #45

  1. Yet another argument for sticking with organic foods from a farmer you know. In a way my local farmer (at the farmer’s market) has become my health practitioner – in addition to organic meat and eggs and fresh fruit in season, he sells me valuable fermented products, such as raw goat milk kefir, water kefir and kombucha.

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  2. I can see what you mean. It only makes sense, take in healthy nourishment and the body can take care of itself.

    Unfortunately, for a lot of people in this country, good produce (and food in general), even from a local farmer, costs more than they can afford to spend on food in a week, and that’s with food stamps.

    The government cooks the books, so they don’t have to give people what they need to live a healthy life: it aids in fulfilling the depopulation portion of Agenda 21.

    Of course, if there were no governments, and all of us were functioning the way human beings once did, then there would be no need for welfare/food-stamps/social security, since good food would be abundant and available for all.


  3. I’m not these people, so I cannot speak for them. But I know I struggle with just having to put food on the table for me. I can’t imagine how unemployed or underemployed parents make ends meet. My guess is, most don’t. Some folks work three or more jobs a week, and without a car in a sprawling city like this one, well….

    But I hear you. If I could walk long distances, or even short ones, or ride a bike, I would be rid of the car.


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