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Offline KD7ONE

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Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« on: December 30, 2012, 06:20:01 pm »
Monsanto has gone into brewing beer. What makes Monsanto Beer different? It contains female hormones. (hops that contain phytoestrogens)

Last month, scientists released the results of the presence of female hormones in their beer.

They had 100 men each drink 8 pints of beer within a 1 hour period.

It was then observed that 100% of the test subjects:

1) Argued over nothing.
2) Refused to apologize when obviously wrong.
3) Gained weight.
4) Talked excessively without making sense.
5) Became overly emotional.
6) Couldn't drive.
7) Failed to think rationally.
8) Had to sit down while urinating.

No further testing was considered necessary.
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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2012, 06:29:25 pm »
What better way to further emasculate our already boyish male population than serving them up with a genetically modified, estrogen permeated, brew......

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2012, 06:37:46 pm »
What better way to further emasculate our already boyish male population than serving them up with a genetically modified, estrogen permeated, brew......

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Time to brew your own !
And
Stop giving Money in Taxes to the Govt, it only encourages them...

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2012, 07:10:51 pm »
Onion?

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2012, 07:12:34 pm »
I have no reason not to believe this, but I want documentation so I have proof if someone asks. This is a good ice breaker, if it is indeed true.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #5 on: December 30, 2012, 07:17:04 pm »
I'M A DEPLORABLE KNUCKLEHEAD THAT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT TRUMP.  MAY GOD BLESS HIM AND KEEP HIM SAFE.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #6 on: December 30, 2012, 07:23:27 pm »
After over 180 views and someone is FINALLY asking for varification.

The truth of the story is that I took an old joke (beer mixed with female hormones) and tied it in with Monsanto to make a funny tongue in cheek article.

I just wanted to see if I could find any knee-jerk reactionaries.

The article itself was funny, but the responses were even better.

Moral of the story: Don't believe what you read if it does not have a seperate source to back it up.
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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #7 on: December 30, 2012, 07:43:32 pm »
 Monsanto is a controlled entity of the elites, their mission is in full tilt.
It's on a par with the gov telling men that their testicles are cumbersome skin sacks, better to be castrated and free from the burden.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #8 on: December 30, 2012, 08:05:14 pm »
After over 180 views and someone is FINALLY asking for varification.

The truth of the story is that I took an old joke (beer mixed with female hormones) and tied it in with Monsanto to make a funny tongue in cheek article.

I just wanted to see if I could find any knee-jerk reactionaries.

The article itself was funny, but the responses were even better.

Moral of the story: Don't believe what you read if it does not have a seperate source to back it up.

  I have tried to get the current mods to erase stories without sources and they won't.  When Sane (aka dig) was here he use to get madder than hell when people didn't have sources for their info.  I hope we can get back to that standard. 
I'M A DEPLORABLE KNUCKLEHEAD THAT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT TRUMP.  MAY GOD BLESS HIM AND KEEP HIM SAFE.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #9 on: December 30, 2012, 08:16:23 pm »
The reason I wanted to find the knee jerk reactionaries is with all the talk of a gun ban on the horizon there is also talk of a possible civil war.

I really do not want to see that happen!

Once we step over that line, there is no going back, no "do-overs", no video game reset buttons, no "sorry, I was just joking". I also feel that it will be the knee jerk reactionaries lost in the first wave because they don't stop and think about the whole situation.

We, as a people need to develop and enhance our critical thinking skills.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #10 on: December 30, 2012, 08:23:30 pm »
...and I am sorry but a this point the only solution I see is revolution.  I HATE IT!  but that's the way I see things unfolding.  the gun grab will be the line in the sand.  If the 2nd amendment goes the WHOLE CONSTITUTION GOES!

 Where Is The Line For Revolution?
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The subject of revolution is a touchy one.  It’s not a word that should be thrown around lightly, and when it is uttered at all, it elicits a chaotic jumble of opinions and debates from know-it-alls the world over.  The “R” word has been persona non grata for quite some time in America, and until recently, was met with jeers and knee-jerk belligerence.  However, let’s face it; today, the idea is not so far fetched.  We have a global banking system that is feeding like a tapeworm in the stagnant guts of our economy.  We suffer an election system so fraudulent BOTH sides of the political spectrum now represent a hyper-rich minority while the rest of us are simply expected to play along and enjoy the illusion of choice.  We have a judicial body that has gone out of its way to whittle down our civil liberties and to marginalize our Constitution as some kind of “outdated relic”.  We have an executive branch that issues special orders like monarchical edicts every month, each new order even more invasive and oppressive than the last.  And, we have an establishment system that now believes it has the right to surveil the citizenry en masse and on the slightest whim without any consideration for 4th Amendment protections.
There are plenty of pessimists out there who would assert that Americans are totally oblivious to these developments.  I have not found that to be true at all.  Millions of people are awake to such issues, and millions more are, at the very least, angry at the state of things, though they may not fully understand the source of their distress.
Only a fool would deny that a fight is in the air…
Though the atmosphere of conflict is present, we are indeed experiencing a pause, a breath, a quiet moment before the breach, and this is a confusing time for many.
We human beings have a very odd tendency to view our own species as inherently and irrevocably violent, or at the very least terribly flawed.  However, for all the negative press mankind gets for being “warlike”, if we look back at history it is much more customary to find people desperately trying to avoid conflict, not provoke it, especially if there is an element of tangible risk.  Wars are usually not fought by the general citizenry, or the men who promote the pursuit of hostilities.  They pay other people to fight for them.  If they were ever expected to actually participate in the same battles they lust after, they would probably change their minds about the whole idea rather quickly.
Most often the only instances in which common people take up arms and charge towards combat based on principle have been revolutions.  Some revolutions are based on lies, and some are based on inspiration, but all of them require men to conquer their own apathy and fear of confrontation.  This is no easy task, and it sometimes takes years or decades of social adaptation and organization.
The elements of a revolution are synchronous.  They are like the ingredients of a boiling tropical storm.  Each vital aspect of the event must be in place, or there can be no energy or direction.  That said, if an environment is left sweltering and volatile, and this electric stew is maintained long enough, eventually, a tempest will rise.

The real question is; where is the tipping point?  What causes a population to tolerate or ignore certain crimes by governments, but not others?  Where is the line in the sand that if crossed, turns an apprehensively meek citizen into an “enemy of the state” ready to lay down his life against the very system he was born into?  The answer is an intuitive and psychological one, rather than mathematical.
Colonial Americans suffered through numerous and mounting indignities over the course of many years before taking up arms.  They attempted nearly every method imaginable to counter or reason with British oppression without turning to violent means.  They exhausted every avenue, legal, political, and social.  They held rousing protests.  They decentralized economically and countered British trade controls.  They constructed brilliant legal arguments appealing to the monarchy to embrace logic.  They attempted diplomatic redress after redress.  It was abundantly clear that they did not want a war.  When average Americans consider the revolution that gave birth to our free republic, they tend to forget the long struggle that was necessary to rally support for a declaration of liberties.  No society, no matter how right in their position, and no matter how heinous the tyranny, jumps directly behind the muzzle of a gun to solve the problem.  Revolution takes time…
As difficult as it is to rationally gauge the exact moment or circumstance that triggers revolt, the intensity or build up to conflict can certainly be felt.  That pressure is tactile in America today, and is becoming difficult to ignore.  The reasons are obvious.  In the past 10 years alone elements of our government have cemented into place the “legal” framework to:
1) Detain U.S. citizens indefinitely without trial under the guise of enemy combatant status.
2) Assassinate U.S. citizens without trial and without due process under the law, including the very clear requirements of the treason clause.
3) Confiscate resources, including your private property, in the name of national security and preparedness.
4) Take control of or eliminate all communications networks including phone, radio, television, cell, internet, etc. in the name of national security.
5) Unleash a swarm of unmanned Predator Drones over our homes and towns to make mass surveillance of the public easier.  All without probable cause or the protections of the 4th Amendment.
6) Capture, collate, and monitor the communications of millions of citizens without probable cause or a warrant under the FISA domestic spy bill.
7) Declare martial law without congressional oversight and embed active serving military amongst the populace in a law enforcement capacity.  This includes the institution of Northcom, which is a standing military presence in the U.S. whose primary mission is to quell domestic dissent.
Most of the laws and executive orders that qualify this behavior from our government have been tested, at least in a limited capacity.   These abuses of power have already galvanized a groundswell of activists across the country, and I believe that if implemented in a broader manner, will instigate revolution.  Where is the line?  I believe the line will be drawn with these trespasses:

1) Any action that involves the standardization of indefinite detainment or rendition against American citizens will result in rebellion.  The second due process is thrown out the window and the right to a trial by jury is revoked, there is not much left for a population to do but fight back.  This includes pre-emptive assassination as well.  The more often enemy combatant status is applied to get around Constitutional protections, the more exponential public anger and fury will be.  Black bagging people will lead to war.
2) Economic mismanagement or deliberate derailment by banks has been accomplished with the aid and collusion of government.  This has been made abundantly clear by numerous instances of exposed fraud, including the Libor Scandal, in which the private Federal Reserve and agencies within our own system have openly admitted to hiding the precarious nature of our financial situation.  Any further implosion of the overall economy will be blamed on this fraud by a considerable portion of the public.  When people’s wallets and bellies become empty, it’s amazing how quickly they will get off their couches to solve a crisis.  If they can’t find justice within the system, history has shown that they will look for justice outside of it.
3) The institution of checkpoints, invasive technology like naked body scanners, and exaggerated law enforcement presence on a wide scale, will invariably lead to revolt.  Dealing with TSA thugs in an airport is one thing; people fly voluntarily, and when they do it often involves a particular level of fear and anxiety, which can be used as rationalization for extreme security measures.  Dealing with blue-shirts on the streets near your home, at the bus stop, or on the highway, on the other hand, is not going to go over too well.  These tactics have already been experimented with on a small scale.  I don’t care how sheepish the American people appear to be in this era; start invading their personal space on a regular basis and many will eventually respond with fists instead of shrugged shoulders.

4) Predator drone fleets hovering over every square mile of the U.S. is not only completely unacceptable, it is going to escalate dissent into the realm of revolution.  Any society that harbors even the slightest morsel of individualism is going to think “expedient regime change” when flying surveillance cameras are buzzing over their shoulders 24 hours a day.  Set aside the fact that many of these drones will be launched weapons capable.  No government has the right to categorize the whole of a citizenry as potential criminals.  “When innocent until proven guilty” becomes “guilty until proven innocent”, revolutions become inevitable.
5) Martial Law is an impractical solution to any national crisis.  The Founding Fathers understood this well, which is why they specifically opposed the use of standing armies, especially in peace time.  Under the Constitution, the private citizenry was supposed to be the disaster reaction force, not government paid centurions.  There were multiple reasons behind this position.  First, military troops are not trained for and do not have the capacity to police a domestic population (especially their own) in a practical manner.  They are trained to do one thing; dominate an enemy.  Second, the citizens within a particular state or county would have a much better understanding of that region’s needs and complexities.  A military composed of mostly unfamiliar outsiders would not know or care about how a local system operates, and would instead try to impose its own one-size-fits-all methodology.  Finally, as apathetic as many people seem, they still do not like to feel bullied or subjugated.  Being surrounded by armed troops at every turn with the executive granted legal authority to detain or kill without verifiable cause would make any man a little perturbed.  I do not believe many in the U.S. will quietly accept a martial law scenario, regardless of the excuse given by government (terrorism, economic disaster, foreign war, etc.).  A move towards military administration of domestic affairs will lead to revolution.
The internal strife of a nation is not predicated on the transitory moods of its people but the attitude of its government.  Revolutions are not waged by happy men in an honorable land.  True revolutions are a product of generations of discontent stemming from dishonest and vicious bureaucracy.  An establishment government facing a wave of discord from the masses has, in most cases, done something to deserve it.  I, like many, do not relish the idea of a new American revolt, but if I am to be honest in the face of the facts, I have to acknowledge that the potential for one within my lifetime is significant.  I also can’t say that it is not necessary.  Unless tomorrow brings a miraculous shift in current totalitarian trends, revolution may be all we have left…

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #11 on: December 30, 2012, 08:35:44 pm »
I fully understand the article.

There have been many days that I wondered why we did not have a revolution earlier. Afterall, the founders of this country revolted over a lot less than we are allowing ourselves to be subjected to these days.
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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #12 on: December 30, 2012, 09:34:06 pm »
Yeah I knew the last part was a joke, and the more I read it the more I started to wonder if it was actually true, that's why I said it would be a good Ice breaker.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #13 on: December 30, 2012, 09:51:25 pm »
 I have tried to get the current mods to erase stories without sources and they won't.  When Sane (aka dig) was here he use to get madder than hell when people didn't have sources for their info.  I hope we can get back to that standard.  

Doc,

It's pretty obvious from post #1 it was "tongue in cheek" though it does beg the question, how many breweries in this country use GMO grain, hops and other ingredients in their products?

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #14 on: December 30, 2012, 10:20:56 pm »
Responding to Ambriel...maybe not, people are starting to see the tyranny now that it is hitting home. I have seen how quickly things can change in just one day. The trick is to stay positive and only pick the battles you know you have a shot at winning. Revolution simply means forceable overthrow of government. I tend to think of the more civilize way of sending people's asses to jail. It wouldnt even be a change in principles it would just be abandoning new complex laws that are either full out NWO or laws that are up to the opinion of the court.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #15 on: December 31, 2012, 12:09:41 am »
I fully understand the article.

There have been many days that I wondered why we did not have a revolution earlier. Afterall, the founders of this country revolted over a lot less than we are allowing ourselves to be subjected to these days.

Actually, we have just about reached the same level of oppression that the Founders endured between the years 1762 and 1776 at the hands of the British crown.  

The currency Act of 1764 made it illegal for the colonists to print their own money. They had to rely largely on foreign script and coin thereafter which resulted in nothing less than a major depression from 1764 until the start of the revolt.  

During that time period parliament passed tax measures that were so oppressive and burdensome the colonists had no choice but to revolt.  

You will hear that the Stamp Act tax levied an average of 3 to 4 Pence (pennies) upon each paper product stamped.  Everything from property deeds, wills, court documents, handbills, and so on. It doesn't sound like much, but consider that in today's money that is the equivalent of a 3 to 4 Dollars tax, which is exactly what was added to the purchase price of a pack of playing cards, or the equivalent of $1 added to the price of a six page pamphlet.  

The average yearly wage for the citizens of the American colonies in 1770 was between 50 and 100 British Pounds per year or about $5,000 to $10,000 in 2002 Dollars. Knowing this you get some idea exactly how much of a burden these taxes imposed.  On top of that there were a lot of these taxes on everything, tea, linen, cooking spices, and pewter dishes were taxed.  A furniture maker could make a complete double bed and mattress locally for around eight to 10 shillings, However, the imported sheets and pillowcases would cost six times that because it was illegal at that time to weave linen in the colonies, it had be imported from Britain at high-cost and heavily taxed.  

The bottom line is the average colonial income was taxed at over 50 percent so pervasive was the "Value Added" taxing system set up by the Crown.  

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #16 on: December 31, 2012, 12:21:25 am »
Monsanto has gone into brewing beer. What makes Monsanto Beer different? It contains female hormones. (hops that contain phytoestrogens)

Last month, scientists released the results of the presence of female hormones in their beer.

They had 100 men each drink 8 pints of beer within a 1 hour period.

It was then observed that 100% of the test subjects:

1) Argued over nothing.
2) Refused to apologize when obviously wrong.
3) Gained weight.
4) Talked excessively without making sense.
5) Became overly emotional.
6) Couldn't drive.
7) Failed to think rationally.
8) Had to sit down while urinating.

No further testing was considered necessary.


9.) 50 of the men had a group hug with the other 50 after the bickering yet, they still did not like the other 50's 'outfits'.  ;)
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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #17 on: December 31, 2012, 04:52:55 am »
Well, I'm not leaving the country to start a new one, it's them that are gonna have to leave...they are british controlled anyway.

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Re: Monsanto Now Makes Beer
« Reply #18 on: December 31, 2012, 09:57:46 pm »
so tell me folks, what is the solution.
 Please , enough is enough, a nation run by elites, millionare congressmen, MIC , supercors & others, in reality a syndicate, a conglomerate on the suck straw with professional performers, Cons, sucking our blood and genociding  3rd world nations, legaly torturing, you tell me is this the nation you hailed allegiance to or is a crew of parasites telly us it is.
The flag , our symbol of freedom and justic / equalty. the fal to them is a rag, the banner flies as the bands play hail to the chief.
                       w/ No honor or soul a nation or would be empire is destined to fall.
  Ever wonder why Nero fiddled as Rome burned, (he knew-the fiscal cliff worked, middle class eradication) a pyschotics thrill, he was safe as the peons slaughtered one another. Rome went down, the elites didn't.
   YUP, keep geeting the word out, there are more folks waking up daily, numbers are growing,as well as the guys in the boots, are  not dumb apes-they too are mentaly capable of understanding this abomination, as well a humans stuck in gov positions, we are hanging by a thread, but its no over. The fat lady is on stage but hasn't finished singing.