Mmmm…Have a Nice Big Glass of Round-Up with This Monsanto Lobbyist…Oh…Wait

Editor’s Note: How much is a human soul going for these days I wonder?

Originally published at our sister site, Nutritional Anarchy

You all know that we here at Nutritional Anarchy are adamantly opposed to toxic farming methods like the use of Round-Up killer.

But little did we know that it is apparently so safe you could drink an entire quart of it and live to tell the tale. Apparently according to a former Greenpeace-activist-turned-Monsanto-lobbyist (there’s gotta be a heck of a story in how that particular occupational transition occurred), it wouldn’t hurt you at all. (You can read Patrick Moore’s bio HERE, and wonder with us exactly how much it costs Monsanto to buy themselves their very own environmentalist.)

Anyway, back to the interview. Here’s a fun little excerpt:

Moore: You can drink a whole quart of it and it won’t hurt you.

Reporter: You want to drink some? We have some here.

Moore: I’d be happy to actually. Not…not really, but…I know it wouldn’t hurt me

Reporter: If you say so, I have some glyphosate…

Moore: I’m not stupid.

Well, gosh. Is it safe or isn’t it, Dr. Moore? Apparently he’s all talk, since the glyphosate cocktail went unconsumed.

Enjoy the video of what is most likely the end of Moore’s career as a sell-out lobbyist:

Further reading:

Monsanto vs. the World: The Monsanto Protection Act, GMOs and Our Genetically Modified Future

Food Plague: Could our daily bread be our most life threatening exposure?

Banned: A History of Pesticides and the Science of Toxicology

2007 NBC News Report Predicts We’ll All Be Microchipped, Tracked, and Traced Everywhere We Go by 2017

Editor’s Note by Aaron: It seems they’ve temporarily punted on the chip because it got too controversial too fast, although it has been on the table for decades. A lot of people saw it as a red line in the sand. Instead, they’ve made smart phones and other devices trendy and nearly universally adopted. Rather than face an ultimatum to be chipped, people have acknowledged the revelations that it is all for tracking and tracing passively, with surveillance in the backdrop, the back doors and the background.

Now, wearables and biometric tattoos are being made fashionable — to acclimate people to having the convenience of technology on and in their bodies. After that, after it becomes routine, then the transition to full implants like RFID will be a subtle and simple matter.

Story by Melissa Melton | Originally published at The Daily Sheeple

Watch this video of NBC’s most trusted source in anchormen Brian Williams dated 2007 on the magical predictions for our “Brave New World” in 2017.

VIDEO: Military Helicopters Descend over Central Texas for Mass Civil Unrest Drill

(Truthstream Media) We’ve seen at least four or five military helicopters (and heard more that we couldn’t see due to cloud cover) in the Round Rock/Hutto/Georgetown/Taylor Texas area today, including two giant chinooks flying in tandem low enough and loud enough to rattle windows. We’ve been told there’s a mass civil unrest drill going on here that involves 3,000+ soldiers…

This Is What It’s Like to Get Pulled over for Expired Tags in Police State USA 2015

(Truthstream Media) My friend and coworker at The Daily Sheeple Lily Dane was terrified tonight after police pulled her over for the high crime of expired tags and it turned into a bullying session that lasted over an hour and that apparently required four cop cars and SIX POLICE.

I guess because we have this many officers and not a lot of actual, dangerous crime going on, they’ve got to justify their jobs somehow… This isn’t protecting and serving. It’s extortion.

Although the initial female officer seemed cordial and made the situation out to be no big deal, her male partner decided to turn the situation into a long, drawn-out bullying session and called Lily a criminal because she “broke the law” (as if all laws are equal and someone with expired tags is on par with, say, a rapist or baby killer), even though Lily has no criminal history and had done nothing wrong at that point other than having expired tags (except, perhaps, maybe for speaking out and being politically active against the police state online as an alternative media journalist).