The End of Days: Connecting the Dots


Third World countries have long suffered from epidemics, unexplained diseases, and poor health conditions.  But the peasants of Central America, India and Sri Lanka have been suffering from a mysterious and rare type of chronic kidney disease (CKD) that until recently, was perplexing to both doctors and scientists.   According to a recent AP report by Margie Mason, the disease has killed up to 20,000 people over the past 20 years and sickened another 70,000 to 400,000.  Over the last two years, more and more evidence is pointing to toxic heavy metals; like the kind found in the pesticides that peasant farmers use to kill the weeds in their fields.
In 2013, the Center for Public Integrity reported that the Council of Health Ministers of Central America was successful in adopting a declaration that formally recognized the disease.  Interestingly enough, in 2011 the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention played a part in defeating such a move by El Salvador to declare the disease a top priority in Central and South America.  Now, why do you suppose that would be?  Let me give you a hint …. our old friend, Monsanto.


Of course, the CDC tried to say the risk factors for the disease came from heart disease, cancer and diabetes.  Never mind, that according to, CKD “is now the second leading cause of mortality among men in El Salvador. This small, densely populated Central American country now has the highest overall mortality rate from kidney disease in the world. Neighboring Honduras and Nicaragua also have extremely high rates of kidney disease mortality. In El Salvador and Nicaragua, more men are dying from CKD than from HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and leukemiacombined. In one patch of rural Nicaragua, so many men have died that the community is called “The Island of the Widows” “.

And never mind that two chemicals in particular have come into the crosshairs of investigators in both El Salvador and Sri Lanka: one, a common herbicide used to control weeds, and glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in the world’s most popular herbicide, Roundup.  And, you guessed it … Roundup is a product developed by Monsanto.
Of course, Monsanto’s website claims that glyphosate is safe to use, claiming:  Glyphosate binds tightly to most types of soil so it is not available for uptake by roots of nearby plants. It works by disrupting a plant enzyme involved in the production of amino acids that are essential to plant growth. The enzyme, EPSP synthase, is not present in humans or animals, contributing to the low risk to human health from the use of glyphosate according to label directions.
But it all seems to be sleight of hand to me.  See if you can follow the progression here …. In 1994, Roundup — including the ingredient glyphosate — is named one of the “Top 10 Products That Changed the Face of Agriculture”.   Then, in 1996, the first “Roundup resistant” GMO crop of soybeans was introduced by Monsanto; which resulted in the emergence of the first glyphosate resistant weeds.  So what does Monsanto do?  They develop seeds, including soy, corn, canola, alfalfa, cotton, sugar beets and sorghum, that are glyphosate resistant.


And wouldn’t you know it?   As of 2009, Monsanto’s glyphosate Roundup products, which include its GMO seeds, represented about half of Monsanto’s yearly revenue.  Now, let me see if I have this correct … Monsanto’s glyphosate-resistant seeds are engineered to allow the farmer to drench his fields in the herbicide to kill off all of the weeds.  But if the glyphosate-infused herbicide enters the groundwater and soil, thereby causing the kidney disease among the peasant farmers, isn’t Monsanto accountable? 
Do you want to hear something even more despicable?  Our government has been pressuring El Salvador to buy GMO seeds from Monsanto rather than indigenous seeds from their own farmers!  They have even threatened to withhold almost $300 million in aid unless El Salvador purchases Monsanto’s GMO seeds. However, the GMO seeds are more expensive, and they are not adapted to the Salvadoran climate or soil. 
There are those who will say, “Maybe the US government is unaware of the connection between glyphosate, Monsanto and the killer kidney disease.  Or maybe it’s simple greed that puts Monsanto’s profits above the health and lives of poor farmers.”  But I’m afraid it could be something even more sinister.  As the Minister of Health for El Salvador explained, “This is a disease of poor people [who work in the fields].”  And I have long felt that a goal of the world’s Elite is to control the population of the poor — to the point of complete eradication.  And that brings us directly to one the Elitist of the Elite, Bill Gates.
As the website Natural Society points out, “Bill Gates believes the density of the population in poor areas is too big, and with his depopulation plans he can ‘solve’ that problem. Consider his huge buyout of Monsanto stock – he owns millions of shares of Monsanto and Cargill stock, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation keep scooping it up. He owns more than $23 million worth, or 500,000 Monsanto shares.”  All you have to do is connect the dots.
The Bible tells us that the End Times will see disease and plagues, as well as the hearts of men growing cold.  When you consider the massive wealth that is behind the GMO movement and the population control agenda, it doesn’t leave much doubt as to what the plan is.  We are David fighting Goliath.  El Salvador’s Health Minister pretty much laid it on the line …. “Ah, Monsanto!” she said, a look of consternation crossing her face.  “They are the ones that will be fighting us.”

1 Timothy 6:9   “But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and harmful desires that plunge people into ruin and destruction.”

Written by Belle Ringer
Salvation and Survival

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