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Alexandra Bruce
May 25, 2011

For 50 years, Dr. Don Huber has been a scientist studying plant diseases in the U.S. and around the world and spent 35 years at Purdue University as Professor Emeritus of plant pathology.

He has a 41-year military career as a retired Colonel, evaluating natural and manmade biological threats, including germ warfare and disease outbreaks.

He coordinates the “Emergent Diseases and Pathogens Committee” as part of the USDA National Plant Disease Recovery System under Homeland Security.

Dr. Huber recently discovered an organism in Round Up!-ready feed crops which has led to massive sudden death in livestock including cattle, pigs, horses and chickens. It can kill an egg in 24 hours. The incidence of this disease is much higher in the presence of the herbicide, glyphosate, the main component of Montsanto’s most popular product, Round up!

The glyphosate prevents the plants’ roots from absorbing micronutrients. The animals are dying of malnutrition.

Glyphosate and the manipulation and accommodation of it in plants affects everything in its path, every degree of its cycle in the circle of life. The quality of soil nutrients, quality of soil bacterium — some of which are beneficial, quality of bugs — some beneficial, the animals that eat the plants, including us and the animals we eat that eat the genetically modified components.

This would appear to be an effective way to reduce the US population by destroying the nation’s food sources, in addition to the reproductive capabilities of its citizens. I used to think that people who talked about depopulation were crazy but if this isn’t depopulation, I don’t know what is!

Dr. Huber is concerned that if Round Up!-ready alfalfa is released onto the market, the results will be catastrophic and he has advised the Secretary of Agriculture to stop its release until all of the facts have been thoroughly established.

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