the Health Ranger
from NaturalNews Website
A key chemical of one of the most horrifying elements of the Vietnam War - Agent Orange - may soon be unleashed on America's farmlands.
Considered by world nations to be a "Weapon of Mass Destruction" (WMD), Agent Orange was dropped in the millions of gallons on civilian populations during the Vietnam War in order to destroy foliage and poison North Vietnamese soldiers.
The former president of the Vietnamese Red Cross, Professor Nhan, described it as,
A key chemical in that weapon - 2,4-D - is just months away from being dropped on agricultural land across the United States.
Dow AgroSciences, which along with
Monsanto is heavily
invested in genetically engineered crops, has petitioned the U.S.
government to deregulate a variety of GE corn that's resistant to
2,4-D, which comprises 50% of the recipe of Agent Orange.
The corn, of course, would be immune to 2,4-D, so it would uptake the chemical and transport it right into the structure of the corn kernels, creating "Agent Orange corn bombs" that would be chemically unleashed when consumed by human beings. This is just the latest example of how industrial chemical giants and GMO companies of the world are committing acts of genocide against innocents.
The introduction of 2,4-D-resistant GE corn is,
essentially, an act of war against humanity.
BBC has reported on it.
The use of such chemicals on civilian targets
is a violation of the 1907 Hague
Convention, the 1927 Geneva Convention, and the 1949 Geneva
Origin: http://www.iadllaw.org/files/charges against the US govt.doc
This document (above images) states:
Watch the video of children affected by Agent Orange:
It killed thousands of people, maimed tens of thousands and injured
over half a million.
And learn more about Dow here:
Food production was once an honorable art, but at the hands of greed-driven globalists, it quickly became a system of profit seeking and then a tool for corporate domination over the People.
Now it has become a weapon of mass destruction, and it is being used
to decimate the health of both the population and the farmlands.