Do You Want to Eat Some Pesticide? – #PropagandaWatch

by | Nov 11, 2019 | Propaganda Watch, Videos | 25 comments

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The propaganda shills of the corporate GMO frankenfood pushers are finally putting their mouth where their mouths are. How? By eating pesticide, of course! Get the skinny on this PR stunt and what it tells us about the nature of biotech propaganda on this week’s edition of #PropagandaWatch.

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  1. Tim Pool – Youtube Is OVER, New Terms Will Ban Channels For No Reason Or For Not Being “Commercially Viable”

    Now Youtube controls the market, it will try to remove channels that it does not support (for any reason).

    I think it will also try to remove political opposition, as YT
    is part of google’s plan to prevent a new Trump.

    From Tim Pool it seems that YT will not scare away channels in one go,
    but will force them to do topics or opinions that are in line with them.

    Fake CIA whistleblower name is already blocked on Facebook and Youtube,
    while spreading a name is legal, and his name is already available.
    I think this blocking or delaying will escalate around the 2020 elections.

      • Well done. While they don’t divulge much, at least some common sense is being introduced in the conversation.

      • Thanks AnimalsArentFood!
        Great action!
        It lets “authorities” know that people are watching, paying attention.

  2. Very good reporting, James. As a public interest attorney I can tell you that this was an illegal assault and battery, at minimum, against students even though their consent was inferred from the setting, which itself is rigged.

    The problem is that without proving damages, physical, any assault and battery campaign would fail.

    There are many other ‘torts’ and probably criminal claims that could be made by students.

    I would file in small claims court against this Nazi. Even if the claim was found to be void and judgment rendered to Herr Professor and his chemical institution, the publicity would be worth it.

    Small Claims court is cheap and effective. It is one of the only venues for theater we have left (in the US).

    I would name the university and the professor and any other ‘assistants’ in the suit.

    And this is precisely what is needed. Either Jonathan, or some incidental peon in this new, MK-Ultra for Monsanto and poison, should come forward and speak truthfully about this issue.

    The university of course has its hands in Monsanto funds. They will front for the ‘good professor’ and have lawyers to assure they never lose.

    That it is propaganda is obvious. A theater of the Absurd, if nothing else. All part of the ‘spectacle’ and morbid ethical postures that these sociopaths and psychopaths impress us with.

    Only a veritable society in decay can contain behavior life this.

    Only our own theater can hope to expose the crimes.

    • weilunion says:
      “…As a public interest attorney I can tell you that this was an illegal assault and battery, at minimum, against students….”

  3. Sure…take some pesticide from a professor that looks like he has already had half his face removed in an operation!

    • Lol!

      I wondered the same thing…with his face covered with a patch from a “mole removal”? That was malignant? Maybe from that crap you are putting in your mouth! My thoughts exactly.

      • I was told by a reliable source that the good professor’s ethics were located on the side of his face, and that they were surgically removed recently.

  4. Generally speaking, Universities have an odd bias culture which negates any facts not within their mainstream framework.

    Here are a couple personal examples when I was getting my degree in the Environmental Sciences circa 2005-2008. By the way, I had top tier grades in my class.

    Snorting Burning Mothball Fumes
    One day, I walk into the Chemistry Lab where the Lab Instructor had burners and a bag of mothballs on all the tables for a class of about 60 students. She started to describe the “experiment” and what we would do. We would melt the mothballs in a low ceiling room. I interrupted her and loudly said: “No. I am sure that this should be done under the “Vent Hood” which will discard the fumes. This stuff is extremely toxic!”
    She insisted that we would burn the mothballs in the room (so everyone could breathe the stuff). I made a scene. I yelled, “No way! That’s stupid! This will poison us all!”
    The students, many of which would be future Doctors, remained silent. They just wanted to get the Lab assignment over so they could leave.
    The Lab Instructor again insisted that no safety Vent Hood procedure would be followed. I rant and yelled, “Well, I am walking out of here if people burn these. She said that I would get a “Zero” for the grade. I said “Fine. Give me a Zero for being smart.”
    I walked out when the flames came on. I went home, printed out some literature about the toxicity of mothballs, then later went to the Chemistry Department head with the papers. He kind of yawned as a response. Toxicity was not a concern.

    In the Biology Labs, formaldehyde is very common when dissecting critters. I would constantly warn fellow students to be cautious with that stuff – not to get it on your skin nor breathe the fumes. One day, the Lab Instructor came up to me and quietly said, “I had to have cancerous growths removed from my hands five different times. Do you suppose it has anything to do with the formaldehyde?”

    There are many other anecdotes during those college days.
    I was not your typical student, being an old guy carrying a book bag with a big sign that said: “Expose the 9/11 Cover-up – Ask me for FREE DVDs”. I gave out more 10,000 DVDs and countless pieces of literature during those college days.

    (The classroom discussions I had about vaccines sure ruffled some feathers. Some folks get pretty emotional about the topic, including Professors.)

      • Homey: Im awarding you the ” Legions Of Merits ” medal. For outstanding practical engineering and applied science. Expect a raise in compensation and prize will be awarded at the HolidayInn Express in Framers Branch Tx. on December 21, 2019 1:00 pm cst.
        Congratulations and well done.

        • Homey; you are an agent for change. This clip has the definition in it. This is a political video rant by a potentcial change agent. Must see TV. Big back story about the VaxII movie showing in AMC theaters… And a big thanks for what you have accomplished as a change agent.

          • And the clip from Dr. Shiva Ayyudurai the next morning after he calmed down. What a teacher. Imagine the possibilities.


            Freedom, open discourse and real solutions. I Like that Texas law that guarantees that,open discourse.

          • Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

            Damn! I love that guy’s point about AUTHORITY and elitism in movements.
            He pushes organic.
            As one of the hoi polloi, I understand how movements can be marginalized by those who try to control all aspects.

            Organic growth of a movementThe growth of a movement under its own steam by concerned individuals, not elite “controllers”.

            Hoi polloi definition – the common people, the masses, “the great unwashed”
            James Corbett will sometimes use this word in his works.

    • You failed your “what ’bout muh gradez” programming.

  5. Man, all I can say is “Ewwwwwwwwwwwww”.

    Indeed, the lengths they will go to socially engineer us. I wonder if this professor is being subsidized by Monsanto and other related entities to have the chutzpah to suggest this to students.

    But gross…just plain gross…no way on God’s green earth am I putting that in my mouth! Perdition!

  6. The SHOWNOTES for “Do You Want to Eat Some Pesticide? – #PropagandaWatch” has a link to

    There is some great stuff at that website, including some cool videos.

    One story which caught my eye was…
    “Impossible Foods wants to sell its Impossible Burgers in Europe”

    Impossible Foods Inc. has applied to start selling its plant-based GMO-containing burgers in the European Union as it looks to expand outside the US and Asia, according to a report for Bloomberg.

    The maker of the Impossible Burger filed an application to market soy leghemoglobin (SLH), the iron-containing molecule made with a genetically engineered yeast, according to the EU’s food safety authority EFSA. SLH is a key additive for helping replicate the richness of meat flavours.

    It will be interesting to see what EFSA makes of the rat feeding study that Impossible Foods commissioned on the genetically modified (GM) yeast-derived SLH.
    Rats fed SLH developed unexplained changes in weight gain, changes in the blood that can indicate the onset of inflammation or kidney disease, and possible signs of anemia.

    Impossible Foods appears unfazed by the findings…

    …Impossible Foods’ rat feeding study is only 28 days long, while European law requires a 90-day test. It’s still unclear whether Impossible Foods has carried out this longer test to meet European requirements….

    • Rats are rats, people are people. People tests will give the right perspective. Of course, without conrtol groups it’s going to be tough to be sure about anything.

      • I guess the same kids who ate bug poison in the classroom will volunteer to be in the human trails too…eh! 90 days for a little walking around money. This University seem to promote that kind a stuff.

  7. Right on, Brian. Amongst all the issues James raises including legality, lethality, ethics, health, liability, etc., the one he didn’t mention is credibility. For all we know, inside the prof’s authentically labelled container could be anything, such as baking soda. “Not great tasting, but it’s not bad. It’s not great tasting, but it won’t make you sick.” And if none of the students actually gets sick, then it clearly “proves” how harmless the stuff is. Propaganda ploy strikes paydirt.

    It’s amusing to watch Patrick Moore slither to the back wall: “Well, not really, but . . .I know it wouldn’t hurt me. I’m not stupid. I’m not an idiot. (And by the way, you’re a complete jerk.)” The other foot drops as he scampers out the door, tail between legs.

    My answer to the pernicious prof’s offer would be a counterproposal: More is better. You don’t have enough in that cannister to be effective. I’ll come back tomorrow with the same quart that Patrick Moore said he would drink. You drink it first, then I’ll call the ambulance.

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