Yesterday evening was my first class on the road to me becoming a nurse. I am taking a sociology class. To my joy and amazment, it seems like taking a college class in activism. We watched a movie called the "Future of Food" which is about genetic engineering of food. The most horrific company in this field is Monsanto. Monsanto is doing medical experiments upon all of us and our children because there have been no real studies into the effects of genetically modified foods upon the human body. Animal studies have shown some serious side effects, however. The "Future of Food" also showed the science behind genetic modification. Part of it involves adding E-COLI to the gene splicing. Something to think about.
Here is a photograph of the enemy, one of many, of course.
Donald Rumsfeld owned Searle Pharmaceuticals, a one time subsidiary of Monsanto. Don, is also guilty of genocide as the Secretary of [War] for the U.S. government. Using his clout, he FORCED the U.S. to buy his drugs and has forced U.S. service type folks to use his drugs so that he and his cronies can have more money. Some of these drugs are unhealthy and or experimental. Searle was bought by Pfizer who has since retired the name.
"Donald Rumsfeld followed Searle as CEO, and then as President, of Searle between 1977 and 1985. During his tenure at Searle, Rumsfeld reduced the number of employees in the company by 60%. The financial turnaround of the company earned him awards as the Outstanding Chief Executive Officer in the Pharmaceutical Industry from the Wall Street Transcript (1980) and Financial World (1981). In 1985, he played an instrumental role in the acquisition of G.D. Searle & Company by Monsanto." [from Wikipedia]
There are many folks from Monsanto who work in the U.S. government in organizations like the Food and Drug Administration. So these folks have the political clout to do all sorts of horrible things to us Americans and to folks world wide.
What are you going to do about it?
You can see, I am thoroughly enjoying my sociology class.
This weekend I'll be taking a CPR course with Shusli and I should be getting called to interview for a CNA class in the next day or so.
Since I'm thinking about it: