Volume 5, Number 5                                  November 24, 2001

The Farmer


"9/11" Hype Vs 9/9 Genetic Bomb

by Dr. Ridgely Abdul Muímin Muhammad

Now that some of the dust has cleared from "9/11", it is time to look through the dust and "smoke screen" to get a glimpse of the real "bombs" that are dropping, "genetic bombs". We here at Muhammad Farms are feverishly working on our farm and with other Black farmers to be a source for safe wholesome food to a people who historically have been under attack, terrorized on their own soil, killed and traumatized by a relentless effort to reduce their populations.

In the process of dying they have also been stigmatized for being immoral and carriers of deadly diseases due to some curse that goes all the way back to a mythical "Ham". This past week I viewed an intriguing documentary, "The Syphilis Enigma" which now shows that the scourge of venereal syphilis did not spread from the new world to the old but probably vise versa. This made me review the issue of "Bad Blood" where this country experimented with syphilis on 399 Black men. What were they looking for: a biological sterilization weapon?

Now with the big push for genetically modified foods to "save the world from starvation" one wonders is the improved "food" designed to produce more calories or reduce certain populations allowing others (spell that Europeans) to eat? It seems that on September 9, 2001 ("9/9") a small piece of news may have been overlooked. So-called white folks have discovered the perfect genetic weapon against overpopulation.

Iíll stop rambling and let you read these articles that conceptually lead up to the September 9th article, "GM corn set to stop...":

The Syphilis Enigma


Even before her work on the syphilis-ravaged skeletons at Hull, Roberts had doubts about the New World origins theory of syphilis -- the idea that the sexually-transmitted disease was brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus's crew, who had picked it up during sexual contact with native women during their 1493 voyage to Haiti. "We had found pre-Columbian syphilis in Britain before we found the Hull skeletons," Roberts says. "About half a dozen sites in Britain have skeletons with evidence of venereal syphilis. The skeletal evidence is conclusive," she says, "but the radiocarbon dating isn't in every case." Pre-Columbian skeletons with signs of syphilis have also been found elsewhere in Europe, including Naples and Pompeii, and, Roberts says, at a new excavation in Israel.

Bad Blood: The Troubling Legacy of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study


For forty years from 1932 to 1972, 399 African American males were denied treatment for syphilis and deceived by the United States Public Health Service.


Contraceptive Bait A Step Closer


Genetically-modified plants could hold the key to controlling New Zealandís burgeoning possum population.

The successful trial is a boost for Landcare Research and the Marsupial CRCís plans for a similar trial involving feeding possums carrots containing a protein called ZP3, derived from the coating of female possumsí eggs. Scientists believe baits made from plants containing ZP3 will act as a vaccine that causes a possumís immune system to treat its own eggs as foreign bodies and make antigens against them. (This birth control method called immunocontraception, because it essentially immunizes possums against conceiving)


Chance Killer Virus Sparks Bioweapon Fears Scientists Say U.N. Bioweapons Convention Needs Policing

http://www.muhammadfarms.com/News.htm#Killer Virus developed

By Paul Tait

S Y D N E Y, Jan. 11 ó Australian scientists who inadvertently created a killer mouse virus said today the global Biological Weapons Convention must be given teeth to prevent such discoveries falling into the wrong hands.

The scientists, using technology that could be applied to biological warfare, had been seeking a biological contraceptive to halt mouse and rat plagues when they genetically modified a virus akin to smallpox with fatal results ó for mice.

GM corn set to stop man spreading his seed


Special report: GM crops debate

Robin McKie, science editor

Sunday September 9, 2001

The Observer

Scientists have created the ultimate GM crop: contraceptive corn. Waiving fields of maize may one day save the world from overpopulation.

The pregnancy prevention plants are the handiwork of the San Diego biotechnology company Epicyte, where researchers have discovered a rare class of human antibodies that attack sperm.

"We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies," said Epicyte president Mitch Hein.


Let me just add:

"There is a war going on that you might want to know,

Youíd better find out from Monsanto

(and friends)."

Now you see why "Europe donít want no terminator food". (from "Terminator Genes")

Peace, Doc