Nov 12

Prop 37 vote-fraud update: 3.3 million votes still uncounted (Natural News, Nov 12, 2012):

When the networks and other media outlets made the early call on election night, claiming Prop 37 had gone down to defeat, there were millions of votes still uncounted.

I just checked the California Secretary of State’s website, which is the official center for vote results, and there are 3,334,495 votes that remain unprocessed.

Reading the county-by-county reports, the last date any of them reported in with numbers was November 8, three days ago.

Why is it taking so long for California to count all its votes? Why do so many remain uncounted at this late date?

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Nov 11

Did Prop 37 really lose or was it vote fraud? (Natural News, Nov 8, 2012):

On election night, not long after the polls closed in California, the announcement came out: Prop 37 was losing. A little while later, it was all over. 37 had gone down to defeat.

But is that the whole story? No.

As of 2:30PM today, Thursday, November 8th, two days after the election, many votes in California remain uncounted.

I tried to find out how many. Continue reading »

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Nov 09

“…being outspent by a factor of five is tough to overcome.”

For dumb & totally brainwashed sheeple that statement may be true.

Lies, Dirty Tricks and $45 Million Kill GMO Labeling in California (Huffington Post, Nov 8, 2012):

California’s Proposition 37, which would have required labeling of GMO foods, died a painful death Tuesday night. Despite polling in mid-September showing an overwhelming lead, the measure lost by 53 to 47 percent, which is relatively close considering the “No” side’s tactics.

As I’ve been writing about, the opposition has waged a deceptive and ugly campaign, fueled by more than $45 million, mostly from the leading biotech, pesticide, and junk food companies. Meanwhile, the “Yes” side raised almost $9 million, which is not bad, but being outspent by a factor of five is tough to overcome.

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Nov 07

How stupid can the sheeple get?

Prop. 37 Food-Labeling Law Fails (NBC, Nov 7 2012):

Anywhere between 40 and 70 percent of food products sold in California grocery stores contain some genetically engineered ingredients.

Voters on Tuesday were on track to reject Proposition 37, which would have made California the first state in the nation to require manufacturers to label all foods with genetically-modified ingredients.

With more than 50 percent of precincts reporting, about 55 percent of voters opposed the measure, and just 45 percent supported it.

Opposition to the potential law was heavily bankrolled by chemical companies and food manufacturers. And the majority of that funding – some 93 percent of the $44 million raised to defeat the proposition – came from out of state.

By comparison, the Yes on 37 camp poured some $7 million into a campaign dubbed the “crusade against Frankenfood.”

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Nov 07

How stupid can the sheeple get?

Proposition 37 appears to have failed in California, but GMO labeling awareness achieves victory (Natural News, Nov 7, 2012):

Proposition 37 appears to have failed at the ballot box in California, according to the California Secretary of State ballot measures results. The GMO labeling ballot measure, which would have required food companies to label the GM content of foods, was defeated with the use of over $45 million in fraudulent advertising and dirty tricks funded by Monsanto, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Kellogg, General Mills, DuPont, Bayer and other food and pesticide companies.

Over the last month, this cabal of deceptive companies has funneled money into a campaign of criminal fraud which, among other crimes, fabricated a fake FDA quote and sent out mailers that fraudulently used the FDA seal. A criminal complaint has already been filed with the FBI.

The “No on 37” campaign also used fabricated front groups and impersonated a police organization (among others) to send out yet more fake mailers to voters, claiming that the police oppose GMO labeling. That fraudulent claim, of course, is entirely false. Continue reading »

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Nov 05

Related info:

California Prop 37: ‘Angels And Demons’

Rep. Dennis Kucinich On Americans Demanding The Labeling Of GMOs & The Corruption That Prevents This From Happening (Video)

More infos on deadly GMOs are down below.

–  This is it! YES on 37 needs your vote: Help defeat GMOs and Monsanto at the ballot box (Natural News, Nov 5, 2012):

It’s coming down to the wire on Proposition 37. After weeks of spending a million dollars a day broadcast outright lies, the Monsant-funded “No on 37” campaign has managed to crush the early lead of the YES campaign, making the ballot measure a very close race.

If you live in California, your YES vote on Proposition 37 is urgently needed, or the GMO labeling ballot measure may not pass at all.

The NO on 37 campaign, funded by the six largest pesticide manufacturers in the world, has relied on some of the nastiest dirty tricks ever witnessed in any campaign. For starters, they have committed a felony crime by impersonating the FDA and fabricating a quote from the FDA which was used on mailers designed to misinform voters. This criminal activity is precisely the kind of thing these chemical poisoners frequently resort to in order to maintain their “dirty little secret” of toxic GMOs hidden in your food.

Their behavior is not surprising. They’re corporate criminals, after all. In a story published on October 26th, I predicted the No on 37 campaign would “do anything to steal the election,” including committing crimes as they have now done. These criminals will stop at nothing to keep GMOs hidden from the public. I wouldn’t put it past them to try all sorts of criminal behavior at the voting booth, too.

They’ve even published a hit piece on Dr. Mercola, the largest financial contributor to the YES on 37 campaign. The hit piece was, of course, completely fabricated and full of lies, just like the entire NO on 37 campaign ads. Continue reading »

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Nov 04

Source: Food Democracy Now

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Oct 30

Source unknown.

YouTube Added: 19.09.2012


“In 1992 the Food and Drug Administration decided that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are the functional equivalent of conventional foods. They arrived at this decision without testing GMOs for allergenicity, toxicity, anti-biotic resistance and functional characteristics. As a result hundreds of millions of acres of GMO crops were planted in America without the knowledge or consent of the American people: no safety testing and no long term health studies.

“The FDA has received over a million comments from citizens demanding labeling of GMOs. Ninety percent of Americans agree. So, why no labeling? I’ll give you one reason: The influence and the corruption of the political process by Monsanto. Monsanto has been a prime mover in GMO technology, a multi-million dollar GMO lobby here and a major political contributor.

“There is a chance that Monsanto’s grip will be broken in California where a GMO labeling initiative is on the ballot. And here in Congress, my legislation HR 3553 will provide for a national labeling law. Americans have a right to know if their food is genetically engineered. It’s time for labeling and for people to know how their food is being produced.”

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