How Glyphosate Creates Bio-weapons in Your Body
Glyphosate is in most of our food and studies have shown that almost every person has glyphosate in their bodies at significant levels.
The chemical is concentrated in the human intestines where it has the same effect as in the soil — it causes genetic mutations in the 1,000 different types of bacteria, fungus, virus in our gut called the microbiome.
The human microbiome is an essential part of the human body and when it is altered it can cause long-term serious health problems and lead to premature death.
When glyphosate is combined with a diet of genetically modified food, the potential negative impacts are greatly enhanced. The genetic inserts in genetically modified organisms (GMOS) are unstable and can separate during digestion. The genes can then be taken into the DNA of gut microbes and alter their function.
For example, the gene that causes a corn plant to produce the Bt toxin to kill insects can transform bacteria in intestines to also produce the Bt toxin and thus poison the body from the inside.
When microbes are genetically compromised they can go from being beneficial to harmful.
The negative impacts of glyphosate and GMOS are well-known by regulators and many countries have banned them, but in other countries they are protected due to corruption.
contrasts significantly with a separate analysis made by Charles Limandri of the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund in Rancho Santa Fe. In his surveys, he found instead that during the 2015-2016 school year (the last full regular year of record prior to the April 2017 anti-bullying plan passage), the San Diego Unified School District reported “just two instances [of bullying] related to Muslim students” while it also recorded 11 incidents of anti-semitic bullying.
As Limandri said about San Diego Unified’s decision to mass the narrowly focused Islamic educational program, “Defendants have chosen to politicize the schoolchildren entrusted to their care rather than cut ties with a notorious sectarian association. Defendants insist, however, that their ‘holistic’ campaign against the purported ‘Islamophobic’ children in district schools is simply part of their efforts ‘to protect all students from bullying.’”in a legal memo provided by Limandri to the federal court in this case, Limandri said the program was rammed through despite the school district not having “any credible evidence that a Muslim bullying crisis even existed.” Instead, he said, “CAIR prioritizes public school districts as ground zero to advance its religious mission. To that end, CAIR has engaged the district to secure access to schools to hold ‘anti-islamophobia’ teacher workshops, give lectures to students about accepting Muslim students and Islam and disseminate propaganda to teachers and students, including brochures about Islamic religious practices and Muslim student accommodations.”
The memo written on behalf of the parents’ group says this violates the “No Preference” clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution by providing special treatment for Muslim students that “expressly singles them out for preferential benefits.” Examples of such benefits include, it says, recognizing Muslim holidays on district calendars and providing educational programs for staff members and students, all without similar programs being “available on an equal basis” for other religious groups.
As evidence of the program’s bias, the group pointed out in its memo that “there are no programs promoting ‘Jewish culture.’ There are no lectures from priests on how to accommodate Catholic students during Lent. And there are no partnerships with evangelical Christian activists.”
Citizens for Quality Education also attacked the program as being a violation of the “No Aid” clause. That rule blocks spending public funds for religious groups.
The legal actions in this case are currently pending in the California courts.