GREATEST HEALTH CON
THE GREATEST HEALTH CON IN HISTORY: MONSANTO’S ASPERTAME CAUSES MALADIES ITS OWNER, PFIZER, TREATS WITH DRUGS AND DUMB DOCTORS!
Foreword by Dr. Leonard Horowitz
The following outstanding submission came through Dr. Betty Martini–the world’s leading expert in aspartame poisoning. G. D. Searle & Company developed the sweetener (aka., NutraSweet) that is extremely debilitating and deadly. The following outstanding reporting and chilling disclosures by Reigh Parker-Burch corroborates what some of us have been warning people worldwide for years–there are a group of corporate fascists psychopathically directing the petrochemical cartel, disease commerce, and social engineering, especially abusing academia and the corporate-controlled media, to profit from poisoning all life on earth.
The aspartame scheme was sealed by Donald Rumsfeld, who, by 1985, had directed the acquisition of the “sweet drug” maker–Searle–the Agent Orange producer taken-over by Monsanto, which was later acquired by PFIZER, that along with Merck & Co. generates the lions share of vaccines and drugs worldwide. So now Monsanto, and related agri-chemical-genetic giants, generate their profits by poisoning people and then supplying their victims with drugs (containing chemical ingredients), causing more toxic side effects, to sell more drugs, solving, of course, the world’s worst problem, too many people, but not enough academically-abused, traumatically-indoctrinated, hypnotically-defrauded, thus grossly ignorant, physicians and pharmacists.
Now any reasonable person aware of these companies’ histories would have to conclude this information is urgent for saving or sustaining all life on earth. After all, Monsanto’s parent company, PFIZER, is infamous for organized crime and consumer fraud in bringing to market the arthritis drug BEXTRA for uses unapproved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The company agreed to pay a $2.3 billion settlement–the largest health care fraud settlement at that time. PFIZER also paid $1.3 billion in criminal fines pursuant to their “off-label” marketing of BEXTRA, the largest monetary penalty ever rendered for any crime. Called a repeat offender by prosecutors, this was PFIZER’s fourth such settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice in the previous ten years.
Now consider Monsanto’s insecticides, pesticides, and herbicides that are killing myriad species as effectively as PFIZER’s vaccines and drugs are killing people. Then realize these companies effectively bribe our leading legislators and policy makers to protect and promote their deadly trade.
Relatedly, journalists Sherri Kane, Dr. Janet Edghill, and I contemporaneously exposed PBS, and two of America’s leading public health propagandists, U.S. National Biosurveillance and Emergency Response chairwoman, Dr. Sarah Park, and Hawaii Senator and medical doctor Joah Green, who I confronted on these matters of their and PBS’s conflicting interests during a “live” broadcast, vetting their taking money from Monsanto and PFIZER to direct, through PBS and allied propagandists, public compliance with forced vaccinations.
Please read, copy, and post the following alarming and enlightening article elsewhere, courtesy of Ms. Parker-Burch.
Poisons of the Clueless
A few years back I discovered a company with the ludicrous title of “Wisdom of the Ancients.” Why, pray tell, is this ludicrous? Because they absolutely seem to refuse to use their heads when producing new products. Their newest fiasco, affecting myself, my husband, and many others, is called Sweet Leaf.
It contains stevia in a very colorful box with convenient packets just waiting to poison you. The cover would claim otherwise— “No artificial flavors,” “no bitterness,” “no aftertaste,” and others. This company, located in Gilbert, AZ, has created a monster again!
A few years ago they had some nice organic teas that served them well, but suddenly created a new one with those fateful words “proprietary blend,” supposedly containing over 200 ‘exciting’ nutrients to balance the body. After doing some Nancy Drew-esque investigation, I was able to break down an employee who was distraught over the many bad ingredients contained in the product.
The employee proceeded to tell me thirty two of those ingredients, including aspartame, MSG, and other bad chemicals and allergens (eg., soy) in surprising concentrations. The result was practically poisonous. While our conversation was rudely broken off by an executive, I came away with proof about the nature of their product.
After overcoming my initial shock, I contacted the owner and asked what in the world they were doing putting these substances in their so-called ‘healthy’ tea, especially after claiming to fight Monsanto tooth and nail. After a couple threatening calls back and forth, he admitted that a new ‘scientist’ had put those ingredients in without his permission. He demanded that I remove the first part of this article—Poisons of the Clueless—that had already circulated worldwide. I wanted him to change the ingredients to do no harm with the product, or else to discontinue it.
Bottom line is, I refused to change the article and he refused to change the ingredients. Now, after several years of silence, and for some unknown reason, the monstrous company later created this Sweet Leaf stevia. Not unlike other consumers, I began using the product in my organic teas and informed my husband and a few friends that it was an inexpensive form of pure stevia to sweeten their teas and cereals. I regret ever doing so for two reasons.
First, I wish to do no one harm. Second, I have no desire to support corporate greed in any form.
Here is what occurred after a couple of weeks with this product. My husband experienced a lot of pain throughout his entire body and his blood sugars, as a diabetic, destabilized. I too experienced a seizure following the use of this product, plus itching and other related symptoms. It occurred to me over and over that the taste was so familiar, but at the time I did not realize that it was aspartame. When these reactions occurred, I decided to again contact the company to do more, if belated, research.
It didn’t take long to find a couple bright sources, including a scientist within the company, who admitted it was, in a phrase I abhor, a “proprietary blend,” or, in other words, “none of your business.” Proprietary blend is deceiving, always waves a flag for me—but it wasn’t printed this way on the package. He also freely admitted that it is partially produced in China. I am personally not thrilled with the work China produces on our behalf. Many products have emerged dangerous for our consumption, and Sweet Leaf appears no different in this respect.
My gut feel about this product is that it is laced with aspartame and possibly MSG as well. The scientist didn’t explicitly deny either, continually skirting my questions and asking me to send back the box to check the lot number, in case it might have been a bad lot—foolish. I told him the package should have at the very least indicated the proprietary blend, and that I would and am letting the world know that this is a dangerous product.
I am reminded of the cliché, “Insanity is doing the same thing twice and expecting different results.”
So now, having bought into the colorful packing fraught with lies, I have had to backtrack and find anyone I might have foolishly recommended this product to, so I might apologize, something the company failed to do for me.
Now we have other sweeteners showing similar problems, including honey. Bees are dying off from the Ready Round-Up sprayed on crops throughout the country. The survivors have produced honey with the pesticide in it—something none of us need in our bodies. I’ve already discussed aspartame ad nauseum, but it’s worth mentioning that it rears its ugly head every chance Monsanto lets it out, and never once on the label.
Agave is likewise getting a bad rap from many due to its unclean sources and acidic reactions, and even plain old sugarcane has been found, in many parts of the country, to have been laced with chemicals.
So what do those of us with a sweet tooth do to sweeten our foods safely? As of this writing, I am discovering that coconut sugars and like substances are working out better than others for most people, including diabetics. One of my favorite companies, Plott’s Palmtree in MO, has done a great deal of research, finding that some of the fine products produced by nearby Amish communities are worth standing behind, which I am pleased about.
Mostly, just be very careful with your indulgences. Go by instinct, go by taste, and remain watchful, especially about claims made. It might be worth your time to investigate a product before getting too enthused as I did with Sweet Leaf. Just remember that when you join aspartame and MSG (and others, like high-fructose corn syrup, etc.), two plus two starts to equal five.
Another Strange Poison Uncovered
Unfortunately it seems to me that if there’s a poison in the world I’ll fall victim to it sooner or later. One of my most recent falls, so to speak, involved a so-called healthy ice cream, produced by Alden’s. I bought this ice cream, thinking I’d discovered a new treat. It would seem over the last month, having purchased it more than once, that the list of ingredients has grown, as has the severity of the allergic reactions.
This last time took the cake. We had a large serving of the vanilla bean flavor, finding it creamy, easy to swallow, and delicious, and didn’t seem to contain aspartame per se, though at this point it wouldn’t surprise me. Within the hour, symptoms related to aspartame and MSG allergy were quite visibly manifested, including pain all over, especially in the chest, extreme itching, and potent nightmares, symptoms that continue to persist, as of this writing, for over twenty four hours. Needless to say we will not be purchasing Alden’s ice cream again, nor indulging in it.
I and my assistant have done research into the problematic ingredients of this product, after no fewer than five unsuccessful attempts to contact the company. This is part of the truth we unearthed.
Firstly soy, known as a high allergen, a weed not unlike canola (or ‘rapeseed’), as well as corn, are involved with or are the byproducts of the creation of some of the suspension gums, xanthan and guar. These are capable of inducing allergic reactions. Tapioca itself is high in carbohydrates, which can play havoc with the blood sugar levels of diabetics like my husband.
The possibility of hidden MSG and aspartame is high, especially since the latter continually creates a craving for more. According to the FDA, any contents of a product that comprise less than 2% of the whole don’t have to be reported on the list of ingredients, allowing such things to sneak in. Lastly there is the ever-present cane sugar may be laced with undesirable chemicals, and the quality of the milk and cream is, as always, questionable—from a cow fed with allergens and GMO feed, and filled with toxic vaccines and antibiotics. As Dr. B. would state, the milk is undoubtedly pasteurized, which only guarantees the saving of old milk.
As a former teacher, I would have to assign Alden’s a low grade.
The Delicious Poison Strikes Again
I’ve asked myself hundreds of times why God couldn’t have made chocolate a necessary part of our diet, and then made green beans, lettuce, zucchini, and so on the junk food. As a Southern girl, that makes more sense to me. Alas, I am chagrined to find out that that famous confectionary brand Hershey, and others, have mutilated this delicious treat.
Please check out the ingredients of Hershey’s milk chocolate chips—ones that induced a seizure in my husband. Besides the quality of the milk and sugar, there is the questionable value of soy lecithin—a known high-allergen and weed! Vanillin has also been added, a poisonous, allergy-inducing version of vanilla. Why not just use natural vanilla? As well, they contain that blasted “artificial flavor,” of which aspartame is the king.
It took only three cookies over two days to induce a seizure or two for both my husband and myself; neither of us can tolerate aspartame. The VA neurologist even gave me a sharp reminder about chocolate being a high-allergen for my husband’s “chemical seizures.” He does not have any form of epilepsy, nor do I.
Every chocolate chip I looked up, even those with lesser ingredients, proved dangerous for our health and for avoiding allergens such as soy. To be honest I would not touch a chocolate chip cookie for $500!
Another seizure came about on Valentine’s Day, when Bill was given some Reese’s Pieces. He came back from the dining room eagerly chewing away, and before long another rather severe seizure occurred. This so-called food is actually worse than the chocolate chips. In my estimation this is of zero value and can in fact do harm. What does this deceptive little treat contain? Behold the company’s list of ingredients: SUGAR; PARTIALLY DEFATTED PEANUTS; PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL (PALM KERNEL AND SOYBEAN OIL); CORN SYRUP; DEXTROSE; CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: ARTIFICIAL COLOR (YELLOW 5 LAKE; RED 40 LAKE; YELL OW 6 LAKE; BLUE 1 LAKE); SALT; RESINOUS GLAZE; SOY LECITHIN; MODIFIED CORNSTARCH; CARNAUBA WAX; VANILLIN, ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR; MILK
Know that all flavorings and colorings are aspartame and the like. Tollhouse and Baker’s are likewise virtually toxic. Monsanto, king of greed, never stop with their heavy payoffs to further their insidious infiltration of aspartame into delightful-tasting products.
I keep thinking this short dissertation will stop people from eating chocolate chips and their ilk—but I know better than to believe it will move everyone. Nevertheless, I hope it gives them, so to speak, food for thought.
With the prevalence of diabetes, cancer, et al, please consider going alkaline and eating some of God’s foods. . . .
Thanks for your time.