And the asshole even has the gall to DEFEND Monsanto and smear any Monsanto ties to the food “safety” bill as “conspiracy theory”. In addition, Jacobson uses the term “radical blogs” to smear purveyors of such. In other words, Michael F. Jacobson is now openly calling anti-Monsanto activists and “obesity truthers” as dangerous extremists. I posted a comment on the article where I questioned the integrity of both Jacobson and CSPI for their ties to Monsanto and how CSPI’s NANA coalition is controlled by Monsanto front groups. In addition, I exposed in the comment that Monsanto created the obesity/diabetes epidemics with corn subsidies, HFCS, aspartame, MSG, and GMOs. The last time I commented on one of Jacobson’s propaganda pieces, the comment was approved. This time, I was not so lucky for my comment was not approved. “Obesity truth” is a topic which must be censored by the true perpetrators of the obesity epidemic. They cannot allow the sheeple to know that they helped create the crisis so they can present the “solution” which does not solve the crisis; if anything, the “solution” makes the crisis worse.
Notice how Goebbelson plays the “conspiracy theory” card to dismiss anybody who says Monsanto wrote the bill as “conspiracy theorists”. And also notice how he mentions the internet. Remember, Cass Sunstein wants to censor the internet by banning “conspiracy theorizing”. This is a perfect example of how government shills and intellectual cowards use the term “conspiracy theory” to diffuse criticism of powerful organizations (such as the CFR, Bilderberg, and Monsanto). Here is the spokes-scum smearing anti-Monsanto activists – and probably “obesity truthers”, as evident by my blog tracking software which has caught the Department of Homeland Security spying on some “obesity truth” articles – as “conspiracy theorists” and extremists
Surely it is time to look beyond the more radical blogging about dire consequences of various food safety bills, and recognize how the Senate’s S. 510 has addressed legitimate concerns that federal regulations may overburden small, local producers and processors. Importantly, this bill is NOT about protecting or promoting businesses large or small. It is about protecting us consumers from preventable illnesses caused by unsafe practices by producers. (BULLSHIT! The fucking bill was written by the fucking food industry, Goebbelson! YOUR Monsanto overlords created the crisis! THIS IS YOUR REICHSTAG FIRE! REICHSTAG, GOEBBELSON! REICHSTAG! REICHSTAG!)
The bill would place responsibility for producing safe food directly on the businesses that make and sell food, and it would allow them to design the plans for achieving that purpose. Even so, the scope of the regulations is limited in the latest version of this bill to specifically ensure that small, local food production is able to thrive — while still making safety a priority. It does this by exempting a processor or farm that is a very small business or has less than $500,000 in sales made primarily made directly to consumers or through local retailers. That does not mean they get a pass on food safety. Current federal food safety laws and State laws will continue to apply to these small businesses. It is time to put aside conspiracy theories that have bubbled around the Internet and often have no connection to provisions of S. 510. (Notice how Goebbelson plays the “conspiracy theory” card to dismiss anybody who says Monsanto wrote the bill as “conspiracy theorists”. And also notice how he mentions the internet. Remember, Cass Sunstein wants to censor the internet by banning “conspiracy theorizing”.
My comment which was rejected:
Oh so “obesity truth” is now radical blogging? Am I a dangerous extremist for exposing how your NANA coalition has several Monsanto front groups as steering committee members and that the food “safety” czar is a former Monsanto lawyer? Am I a dangerous extremist for exposing the food industry links to CSPI? YOUR Monsanto overlords created the obesity/diabetes epidemics with corn subsidies, HFCS, aspartame, and MSG. I’m an “obesity troofer” and I wear that label proudly. Oh, and having a LAWYER who isn’t even a scientist shilling for GMO foods as Gregory Jaffe does? I’m beginning to think that you have as much credibility as your fellow Monsanto shill Rick Berman……ZERO.