PETA allows paid Monsanto trolls to shill for GMO foods.

I left a comment on this PETA video promoting awareness of organic foods as well as warning people about the dangers of GMO soy, and the paid Monsanto trolls have attacked me in full force:

My comment:

of course you need to make sure that the soy is non-GMO.

We need to ban GMOs worldwide. Unfortunately, the Monsanto-controlled White House, the Monsanto-controlled USDA, and the Monsanto-controlled FDA will never ban GMOs in America. Monsanto owns the US federal government, and it’s time that the people stand up and kick the Monsanto shills out of power.If GMO crops are permitted to continue to exist, GMO crops will cross-pollinate with non-GMO crops, and then EVERYTHING will be GMO…and GMO labeling laws will NOT prevent GMO crops from cross-pollinating with non-GMO crops.

And here are the Monsanto trolls’ replies:
One problem with your theory, chief: If we went all organic, we could only feed 2/3 of the world’s population. And no, you can’t convince the remaining third to starve to death. Norman Borlaug knew this, and that’s why he made this genetically-modified food, food which saved over a billion lives. Rethink your position, then we’ll talk. Until then, you and I have nothing further to discuss.”

– AboboRules
“Sorry GMO is the way to go and the only hope humanity has for survival.  Now if we could get Monsanto out of the picture things would be much more hunky dory. 

Side note:
If you are against golden rice, than you are an inhuman monster.”
My reply to William McDonald:
I’d rather be an inhuman monster than a disgusting GMO shill like you.
His reply?
Than your priorities are wrong and you are scientifically ignorant.
No William, YOU are the one with the wrong priorities, and YOU are the one who’s scientifically ignorant. You are a paid Monsanto troll. End. Of. Discussion.
And PETA, since you’re allowing these paid Monsanto trolls to spew pro-GMO propaganda on your YouTube channel, it just reaffirms my belief you’re a Big Agra false flag campaign being used to discredit legitimate animal welfare activists including HSUS.

Pro-Zionist blog insinuating that I’m anti-semitic for attacking CSPI.

Click here for the link.

I could give two flying fucks about Mike Jacobson’s religion. He’s a disgusting lying shill bought off by Monsanto, and I would say that even if he were Christian, Muslim, or atheist. But according to the Zionists, I’m a Jew hater for criticizing CSPI because CSPI is run by a Jew.

I guess Mike Jacobson whined to the ADL and SPLC.

My opinion on resignation of former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich

  1. Eich and Obama voiced their opposition of gay marriage in 2008. So where’s the outrage over Obama’s opposition of gay marriage in 2008? Oh yeah. According to liberals, it’s racist to criticize Obama for any reason. Oppose Obama for putting Monsanto execs in charge of the USDA and FDA? You’re a racist. Oppose Obama for blowing up innocent Muslim men, women, and children with drone strikes? You’re a racist.
  2. In the aftermath of the forced resignation, people have decided they’re going to boycott all Mozilla products and services including the Firefox web browser. Who stands to gain from people boycotting Firefox? None other than Google (Chrome), Microsoft (Internet Explorer), and Apple (Safari).

This “story” was most likely a false-flag cooked up by Google, Microsoft, and Apple. Firefox is probably the most widely used web browser in the world. That fact pisses off the competition, so I would not be surprised if the comeptition teamed up to destroy Mozilla/Firefox by any mean necessary.

By this logic, if Ubuntu becomes too big of a threat to Google (Chrome OS), Microsoft (Windows desktop and mobile OSes), and Apple (Mac OS X and iOS), those three corporate tyrants could pay the media to conveniently reveal the fact that Jane Silber – the CEO of Ubuntu’s parent company Canonical – worked as a VP for General Dynamics – a defense contractor – and they could allege that Ms. Silber made financial contributions to support Bush’s war on terror when Bush was the President. Such revelations/accusations would have such a detrimental effect on not only Ms. Silber but also the entire Canonical company and Ubuntu, which could result in the end of Ubuntu which is the biggest threat to their corporate desktop/mobile OS monopoly.

This is not about attacking a person for being pro-traditional marriage. This is about corporations using any means necessary to destroy anybody who threatens corporate fascism.

Believe MSG causes disease? You’re a racist!

Believe MSG causes disease? You’re a racist!

Some people feel lethargic after eating Chinese food which lead to this myth called “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome”. I believe this has to do with the heaviness of the food. I feel the same way whenever I eat rich, heavy, greasy food. Cheap food in general tends to be so, specially cheap Chinese, Indian, and deep-fried food. If you were to stuff yourself with rich French food loaded with butter, cream, and cheese, the same would probably happen but because French food is generally expensive, we don’t stuff ourselves with it. And, that leads to another argument that enhancing the flavors with MSG would be good for us because we would feel more satisfied with less calories.


The main reason why the urban myth of “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome” spread so fast and wide, I believe, is xenophobia. Chinese food was a perfect candidate for it. MSG is strongly associated with Chinese food but it was actually invented in Japan, and the Japanese people probably consume more MSG than the Chinese.

PETA’s Bruce Friedrich suggests that vegans don’t have the right to ask restaurant waiters about ingredients in menu items! PETA IS A FRAUD!

PETA’s Bruce Friedrich suggests that vegans don’t have the right to ask restaurant waiters about ingredients in menu items! PETA IS A FRAUD!

A press release was issued by PETA today to promote a new book called The Animal Activist’s Handbook. Co-written by welfarists Vegan Outreach’s Matt Ball and PETA Vice-President Bruce Friedrich, as well as endorsed by both welfarists Peter Singer and Matthew Scully? Buyer beware!

My favourite bit from the press release: “[Friedrich] argues against questioning waiters in restaurants about the ingredients in menu items”. Uh, so what? Don’t eat? Pretend you’re not vegan? So now PETA is saying that if I adhere to an ethical framework that permeates every aspect of my life, including what I eat, that it’s “impolite” and somehow harmful to the animal rights cause to find out if what’s offered on a menu is suitable for me to eat? I’ll guess that they’d probably OK my doing so if I had a life-threatening food allergy, so why should merely asking be portrayed as socially unacceptable if you’re doing it for ethical reasons? Why seek to shame people for merely informing themselves?

Vegan extremists to force Big Dairy to add aspartame to milk so people will go vegan!

Comment: Veganism is part of the globalist elite’s eugenics agenda. How do you turn billions of people into obedient slaves? By reducing their capacity for critical thinking, and you reduce the capacity for critical thinking by robbing your brain of the essential saturated fats found in organic milk from grass-fed cows, organic eggs from free-range/cage-free chickens, and organic meat from grass-fed cows.

It’s clear that vegans have taken over animal agribusiness and are deliberately poisoning the meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy so people will reject meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy and embrace the gloablist vegan agenda and become obedient slaves.

Aspartame in Milk Without a Label? Big Dairy Petitions FDA For Approval

Activist Post

Two powerful dairy organizations, The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF), are petitioning the Food and Drug Administration to allow aspartame and other artificial sweeteners to be added to milk and other dairy products without a label.

The FDA currently allows the dairy industry to use “nutritive sweeteners” including sugar and high fructose corn syrup in many of their products. Nutritive sweeteners are defined as sweeteners with calories.

This petition officially seeks to amend the standard of identification for milk, cream, and 17 other dairy products like yogurt, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and others to provide for the use of any “safe and suitable sweetener” on the market.

They claim that aspartame and other artificial sweeteners would promote healthy eating and is good for school children.

According to the FDA notice issued this week:

IDFA and NMPF state that the proposed amendments would promote more healthful eating practices and reduce childhood obesity by providing for lower-calorie flavored milk products. They state that lower-calorie flavored milk would particularly benefit school children who, according to IDFA and NMPF, are more inclined to drink flavored milk than unflavored milk at school.

Although the FDA considers aspartame to be a “safe and suitable” sweetener, a recent Yale University study appears to directly challenge the claim that aspartame would reduce obesity. In fact, the study concluded just the opposite, that artificial sweeteners actually contributed to obesity and Type 2 diabetes.

The IDFA and NMPF argue “that the proposed amendments to the milk standard of identity would promote honesty and fair dealing in the marketplace” yet they don’t want changes to the labels on dairy products.

Accordingly, the petitioners state that milk flavored with non-nutritive sweeteners should be labeled as milk without further claims so that consumers can “more easily identify its overall nutritional value.”

It’s unclear how consumers can more easily identify the overall nutritional value of milk products that are flavored with non-nutritive sweeteners without labels.

Quoting Section 130.10 of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990, the dairy giants claim a new label is not required because sugar is added to milk without labeling it, and “the modified food is not inferior in performance” and “‘reduced calorie’ (labels) are not attractive to children” so marketing as such is of no benefit or detriment.

The FDA has opened public comments until May 21 for anyone interested to “submit comments, data, and information concerning the need for, and the appropriateness of, amending the standard of identity for milk and the additional dairy standards.”

To submit a formal comment or send data to the FDA concerning adding aspartame and other artificial sweeteners to milk products CLICK HERE.

I'm libertarian, anti-GMO, and vegan. Freelee The Banana Girl, VeganGMO Unnatural Vegan, PETA, and HSUS are pro-GMO fake vegans.