Leaked Documents Reveal US Diplomats Actually Work for Monsanto

Biotech giant Monsanto has been genetically modifying the world’s food supply and subsequently breeding environmental devastation for years, but leaked documents now reveal that Monsanto has also deeply infiltrated the United States government. With leaked reports revealing how U.S. diplomats are actually working for Monsanto to push their agenda along with other key government officials, Monsanto’s grasp on international politics has never been clearer.

Amazingly, the information reveals that the massive corporation is also intensely involved in the passing and regulations concerning the very GM ingredients they are responsible for. In fact, the information released by WikiLeaks reveals just how much power Monsanto has thanks to key positions within the United States government and elsewhere. Not only was it exposed that the U.S. is threatening nations who oppose Monsanto with military-style trade wars, but that many U.S. diplomats actually work directly for Monsanto.
What the leaked documents reveal — Military style trade wars, government corruption

In 2007 it was requested that specific nations inside the European Union be punished for not supporting the expansion of Monsanto’s GMO crops. The request for such measures to be taken was made by Craig Stapleton, the United States ambassador to France and partner to George W. Bush. Despite mounting evidence linking Monsanto’s GM corn to organ damage and environmental devastation, the ambassador plainly calls for ‘target retaliation’ against those not supporting the GM crop. In the leaked documents, Stapleton states:

“Country team Paris recommends that we calibrate a target retaliation list that causes some pain across the EU since this is a collective responsibility, but that also focuses in part on the worst culprits. The list should be measured rather than vicious and must be sustainable over the long term, since we should not expect an early victory. Moving to retaliation will make clear that the current path has real costs to EU interests and could help strengthen European pro-biotech voices.”

The undying support of key players within the U.S. towards Monsanto is undeniably made clear not only in this release, but in the legislative decisions taken by organizations such as the FDA and USDA. Legislative decisions such as allowing Monsanto’s synthetic hormone Posilac (rBGH) to be injected into U.S. cows despite being banned in 27 countries. How did Monsanto pull this off?

The biotech juggernaut managed to infiltrate the FDA positions responsible for the approval of rBGH, going as far as instating the company’s own Margaret Miller as Deputy Director of Human Safety and Consultative Services. After assuming this position, Miller reviewed her own report on the safety and effectiveness of rBGH.

Many US diplomats pawns of Monsanto’s GM agenda

While it may be shocking to you if you are not familiar with the corrupt influence of Monsanto, the cables also show that many US diplomats are pushing GMO crops as a strategic government and commercial imperative. Interestingly enough, the U.S. focused their efforts toward advisers to the pope specifically, due to the fact that many Catholic figureheads have openly voiced their opposition to GM foods. With this kind of political influence, is it any wonder that many food staples are now predominantly GM? Nearly 93% of U.S. soybeans are heavily modified conservatively, with many other staple crops coming in at similar numbers.

U.S. diplomats have unique opportunities to spread honest and intellectual campagins that can serve to better mankind and end suffering, however they are instead spreading the roots of Monsanto deeper and deeper into international territory. As a substitute for the betterment of mankind, these paid-off diplomats are now spreading environment desecration and health destruction.

As if there wasn’t already enough information to reveal Monsanto’s corruption, the biotech giant also spends enormous amount of money lobbying government each year. Monsanto spent an astonishing $2 million lobbying the federal government in the 3rd quarter of 2011 alone, according to mainstream sources. Why so much cash? The government lobbying focuses on issues like regulations for GM crops and patent reforms. This ‘legal’ form of persuasion is the reason government agencies like the USDA and FDA let Monsanto roam freely.

Satisfying government officials’ financial vested interest is all that matters when dealing with corrupt mega-corporations like Monsanto. As long as these financial ties continue to exist, Monsanto will continue to reign over the food supply and continue to wreak devastation to the environment, ecosystem, and humankind.

Source: http://worldtruth.tv/leaked-documents-reveal-us-diplomats-actually-work-for-monsanto/

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What You Didn't Know About Fermented Foods and Why You Should Eat More of Them

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Digestive health is a foundation of overall health and vitality. I invariably recommend probiotics and fermented foods to my clients. After implementing them, my clients often experience better digestion, diminished gas and bloating, and improved immunity.

I am German-born and lived most of my life in Germany, so fermented foods have always been a regular part of my diet. Sauerkraut is probably the most well known German food and a staple of German cuisine. Meaning “sour cabbage” in German, traditional sauerkraut is sliced green cabbage that has been fermented by lactic acid bacteria, giving it a pronounced sour flavor. It is most often used as a condiment. The bacteria and yeast needed for lacto-fermentation are naturally in the cabbage, so all that’s needed to make sauerkraut is cabbage, spring or non-chlorinated water, and high quality sea salt, like Celtic Sea Salt or Himalayan Salt. As the cabbage sits in the brine, over a 3-6 week process, the bacteria are activated and the natural sugars in the cabbage are transformed into lactic acid.

The Health Benefits of Fermented Foods

Coming from Germany, I’m used eating Sauerkraut all winter and I believe this is one of the main reasons why I don’t get the flu. Sauerkraut, along with all traditionally fermented or cultured food, contains high quantities of healthy bacteria, enzymes, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins, like Vitamin C and B-vitamins.

Fermented foods help to improve digestion because they are enzyme-rich. The body needs enzymes to digest, process, and absorb food. If you add fermented foods to a healthy diet, you will receive more nutrients from the foods you eat. Fermented foods help the body produce acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter that helps to strengthen the colon and improve bowel elimination. Fermented foods also help to create an ideal balance of hydrochloric acid in the stomach – whether it’s too low or too high – helping to protect the stomach lining and produce enough gastric juices needed for proper digestion.

Fermented foods restore the proper balance of bacteria in the gut by introducing probiotics or healthy bacteria. Healthy bacteria are essential for a healthy body and digestive system, so probiotics are a primary treatment for any digestive concerns or inflammatory bowel disease. Yeast infections, Candida overgrowth, allergies, and asthma can also be caused by lack of healthy bacteria in the GI Tract. Probiotics are crucial for immunity, as 80% of the immune system resides in the gut. Fermented foods also support immunity because they contain other compounds besides probiotics that kill pathogens.

The Practical Benefits of Fermented Foods

In addition to its wonderful health benefits, fermented foods have many practical benefits. Making fermented foods and drinks is inexpensive and easy. They add flavor to usually bland foods, making for tastier snacks and meals. Fermentation is also an ideal way of preserving foods from the garden, like cabbage, cucumbers, beets, carrots, and greens. Fermented foods keep for months when stored in an airtight container and refrigerated or kept cool. They are nutrient-rich – as opposed to canned foods which lose much of their nutrients from the canning process.

The Tradition of Fermented Foods

There is evidence that fermentation has been practiced for over 8,000 of years. Humans diets used to naturally have far larger amounts of probiotics and enzymes. But, with the advent of antibiotics and pasteurization, many of us have a bacteria imbalance and the various health conditions that come with that imbalance. In today’s world we are more in need of probiotics in our diets and through supplementation. Now pasteurized, dairy no longer contains its natural probiotics. Most pickles and sauerkraut found in stores are also now quick “pickled” with vinegar, rather than lacto-fermented and contain no beneficial bacteria or enzymes.

It’s easy to implement fermented foods into your daily diet. In order to truly benefit from them long-term, it’s ideal to eat fermented foods (or drink fermented drinks) regularly one or two times per day. Make fermented foods and drinks at home. There are many easy recipes to follow online.

Here are some of the most common fermented foods and drinks:


Kombucha (store bought Kombucha should not be a daily drink since it often contains sugar still because it hasn’t fermented for long enough)


Lacto Fermented Ketchup or Salsa


There’s good reason why fermented foods have been enjoyed since ancient times. They are not only practical for food preservation, but they are tasty, add a flair to any meal, and may just transform your health. I say it’s time to honor the tradition and make fermented food an essential part of eating again.

Source: naturalnews.com