Volume 5, Number 29                                           September 29, 2002

The Farmer

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"To kill a sperm"

By Dr. Ridgely Abdul Mu’min Muhammad

 

Previously I have written two articles detailing the systematic intention of destroying human sperm. The first article was called ""9/11" Hype Vs 9/9 Genetic Bomb" published on November 24, 2001. The next article, published on December 5, 2001, "From Maize to poison mess" went into depth exposing a company named "Epicyte" for producing a spermicide which they had genetically engineered to fit into one of the most widely eaten and used crops in the world, corn. We even posted a direct link to their "Products" page on their web site, "www.epicyte.com".

Well, I don’t know how many Black people read my article. Neither do I know how many of those that read the article set down and decided what they were going to do differently to prevent so-called white people from contaminating the world with sperm killing corn. But at least I know that someone at www.epicyte.com has taken notice and decided to change their web site to downplay their new "sperm-killer".

Back in 2001 they boldly put on their chart called "Epicyte’s Foundation Product Pipeline" that "sperm" was the "immuno-protectant target" that they were shooting for. Now they have removed "sperm" from the table of targets but kept "plant-based topical contraceptive microbicides" in the body of the text to let investors know that they still intend to kill sperm.

On a similar note, I just posted an article sent to me via email on our web site, www.muhammadfarms.com, entitled "Zimbabwe continues to block gene-altered corn". It seems that the US is trying to dump genetically modified corn on the Zimbabwean market because Europe will not accept it. Now what’s in this stuff

I have to give credit to the "devils". Take a people’s best land, destabilize their government, cause a famine, then send in poisoned food. Ahh, they wouldn’t....

Well, let’s see. White British soldiers who fought in World Wars I and II were given the best farm land in Zimbabwe while the Black soldiers were given bicycles. Over time this gift to white British soldiers grew to 46.6% of Zimbabwe’s agricultural land and

was comprised of the best land. At the time of Zimbabwe’s fight for liberation from the colonial rule of Britain, the white population was 60,000 while Black population of Zimbabwe was 12,500,000. Of the 60,000 whites only 4,000 were farmers, but that class owned 46.7% of Zimbabwe’s farm land. These white farmers held 40% of their land for speculative purposes and did not farm them, but would not lease them out to Blacks to grow food. The "mystery" of Blacks starving in Africa is now revealed; whites own the best agricultural land.

In a related article on September 18th, "We've been eating GM food for five years", Melanie Gosling writes "South Africans have been eating genetically modified organisms for the past five years, according to Monsanto, the world's biggest biotechnology company."

The article goes on to say that, "…over 100 000 hectares of genetically modified yellow maize was grown in South Africa, which would increase to 150 000 hectares next year and to one million hectares by 2005."

Monsanto would soon introduce genetically modified white maize, "the staple diet of most South Africans", Lindeque, spokesman for Monsanto, said.

But fear not, Monsanto adds comforting words, "The biggest problem with people who oppose GMOs is that they are ignorant. Already 42 billion portions of GM food have been consumed worldwide and not one person has got sick from it. People in the United States have been eating GM foods for 15 years," he said.

If people have not been affected by eating GM food, then why are pig farmers concerned? According to Jim Riddle of Winona, MN, the April 29, 2002, edition of the Iowa Farm Bureau Spokesman contained an alarming story on sow breeding problems related to the feeding of genetically engineered Bt corn. According to the article, Shelby County, Iowa, farmer Jerry Rosman was alarmed when farrowing rates in his sow herd plummeted nearly 80 percent. Rosman, who has nearly 30 years of farrowing experience, checked and double-checked all of the usual suspect causes. He tested for diseases, verified his artificial insemination methods were being properly implemented, and poured over his nutritional program. But he found nothing out of the ordinary.

Eventually, Rosman became aware of four other producers within a 15-mile radius of his farm whose herds had nearly identical pseudopregnancies. The herds had different management styles, different breeding methods and different swine genetics.

A common denominator, Rosman says, is that "all of the operations fed their

herds the same Bt corn hybrids."

The pigs were not "sick" they just could not reproduce. Did I hear someone say "spermicide"?

And another question, what is cancer? Cancer is caused by what are called carcinogens. This is a complicated way of saying that cancer is caused by low doses of poisons that throws the body immune system into hyper-gear producing t-cells to remove the foreign agents. In the meantime the t-cells attack healthy organs of the body and kill the host, you. Since Monsanto admits that Americans have been eating GM foods for 15 years, over this time period has their been an increase in certain types of cancers? There has got to be a "doctor in the house" somewhere (smile).

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News article:

Scientists: Eggs May Be Fertilized Without Sperm
Discovery Could Help Infertile Couples

By Marie McInerney
Reuters

ADELAIDE (July 10) - Australian researchers said on Tuesday they may have found a way to fertilize an egg with cells from any
parts of the body, rather than sperm, in a new study which offers hope to infertile men and even lesbian couples. 

Australian infertility scientist Orly Lacham-Kaplan said early research on mice could produce a breakthrough for many men who
have no sperm or sperm-making cells. 

"This is the group for which this kind of technique probably will be very helpful," she said. "A lot of (these) people would like to
father their own biological children." 

Lacham-Kaplan said the research, if successful in humans, also theoretically could allow babies to be born without any input from
men, although she admitted that such an outcome could open up an ethical can of worms. 

"If, as a technology, it would be used as a treatment for infertile couples then I would accept it very well," she told Reuters in a
telephone interview. 

"However I think we need to draw the line where it is used, and I believe a lot of ethical groups would draw the line." 

Lacham-Kaplan's research unit at the Monash University's Institute of Reproduction and Development in Melbourne has so far
been able to fertilize mice eggs with somatic cells from the non-reproductive parts of the animals' bodies. 

The process has effectively "mimicked" fertilization with sperm, allowing the team to grow embryos in laboratory cultures. 

The next critical test in the study is to transfer hundreds of those embryos into surrogate mice mothers, to see if they can live and
flourish. 

"Then we have a long process of testing those pups, (to see) whether they will be born, whether they are normal, whether they are
capable of reproducing, and if the offspring from those pups will be normal as well," she said. 

"If we get live, healthy babies out of those embryos, then we'll say 'yes' this is a possibility of fertilizing an egg with a somatic cell,"
she said. 

The mice experiments were expected to take up to a year. 

If they are successful -- and Lacham-Kaplan admits to some doubts - then it will be possible to experiment on humans, although
where such trials could take place would be limited. 

Australia, like many other countries, has banned all experiments involving somatic cell transfer into human eggs, but the United
States could be an option, she said. 

"At the moment I feel there will be more problems than success, but if it is a success, it will be quite a good surprise," she said. "It
would be an incredible breakthrough." 

Reuters 05:17 07-10-01

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