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Post by maf » Thu Sep 21, 2006 3:27 am

RANDY wrote:You post pictures of soy and other stuff you find on the internet, say they are your pictures..and then retract your statement when someone reveals your BS-ing and then you call me names...have you got balls or what?

When you have done half of what I am doing let me know until then..shut up!

What letters have you written?
What people have you helped?
What government agencies are you keeping your eye on and talking to monthly?
Are you going to MorgFest and giving a speech on what you are doing to help the cause?
Are you organizing State heatlh agencies to research this disease so they can keep an eye on the CDC?

NO?????..then shut up and do something.

Another government agent trying to make us look bad. They are so obvious..are they not! A sufferer..right..sure you are! So obvious!

Get a life!


show me where i said they were my pictures psycho... only the lesion picture is mine... the 10th is from your german friend's website... the others are off the web and are not morgellons pictures... never said they were... you posted a picture of someone elses hand... where are your pics dandy randy... have you the balls to post any?... do you even have morgellons?... or do you just like being large and in charge?...

and, have been a little distracted with chronic would care and work and family and friends and research and life and etc...

spy vs. spy huh?... well i am just as leary as you... just not as paranoid obviously...

p.s... bite yourself!... you are what you eat, and i woudn't want to be you...

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Post by RANDY » Thu Sep 21, 2006 9:59 am

You are now an non entity and a trouble maker.

I do not care if you are upset that I am actually a good person doing good work and you are just an envious person trying to do whatever you are trying to do that did not work.

Everyone knows I have this. I will be at Morg Fest. Will you?

And you were trying to compare Soy to Marc's pictures on his site...stop BS-ing..your point was lost and your game revealed.

Either do something good or go away.

I will no longer acknowledge that you exist.

So now is your opportunity to say horrible things about me..cuz you no longer exist in my eyes.

Poof! You are gone.

Go ahead say bad things about me....if the tree falls and no one is there..does it make a noise?

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Post by RANDY » Thu Sep 21, 2006 10:30 am

yep... you are not the only one... litigation?... what is the going price for healthy skin?...

Such BS from a poser.

Then you showed a picture..why? For what reason? Yep you are not the only one???Common ..get real!

under the biofilm - protruding nodule (larvae or eggsack) is just one of many

Is just one of many????How do you know? This is a breast operation. What did you mean by that? Jeesh...such a phoney baloney.
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Post by Systemic » Thu Sep 21, 2006 10:34 am

found this interesting enough to post.

no doubt London, thought you would like that. enlighting for those that choose to look.
you can download the gvi file and convert it with a program called "Super" for free then make a dvd. any way.

I found this intersting enough to post.

September 6, 2005
ARS News Service
Agricultural Research Service, USDA
View this report online, plus any included photos or other images, at
New, high-tech fabrics that repel insects are one technology being developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists as part of ongoing, cooperative research with the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) to protect troops from insect-transmitted diseases.
Since ARS began working with DOD in the 1940s, its scientists have made a number of discoveries to support the military. They invented the aerosol spray canister—dubbed the “bug bomb”—to dispense insecticides, and they tested and reported the repellent properties of DEET. ARS researchers also developed ultra-low-volume fogging equipment, and led the development of permethrin-treated military uniforms and bed nets that repel ticks and kill disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Recently, ARS partnered with DOD in an initiative called “Deployed War-Fighter
Protection Against Disease-Carrying Insects”, which is composed of several projects at five locations across the nation. The initiative’s current emphasis is on identifying and testing new classes of pesticides, new tools for applying pesticides in military environments, and new methods for personal protection from insect vectors.
At the ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE)
in Gainesville, Fla., and at the Chemicals Affecting Insect Behavior Laboratory (CAIBL) in Beltsville, Md., ARS scientists and their cooperators are developing sophisticated modeling methods for selecting promising insecticide candidates from thousands of compounds.
At CAIBL, chemist James E. Oliver is leading an effort to develop fabrics with permanently incorporated repellent properties in their molecular structures. Entomologists Mat Pound and Kim Lohmeyer at ARS’ Knipling-Bushland U.S. Livestock Insects Research Laboratory in Kerrville, Texas, are working to reformulate the current pyrethroid treatment used by the military so it will be effective beyond the current 10 to 15 washings. At CMAVE, chemist Ulrich Bernier and an industrial partner plan to infuse fabric with non-pyrethroid chemicals.
Ronald J. Nachman, a chemist with the ARS Southern Plains Agricultural Research Center at College Station, Texas, is leading a project to create agents that remain active for long periods in house fly and filth fly breeding locations.
Read more about the research in the September 2005 issue of Agricultural Research magazine, available online at: ... or0905.htm
ARS is the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s chief in-house scientific research agency.

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The mood is catching

Post by Systemic » Thu Sep 21, 2006 11:00 am

seems we are not the only country that believes the united states bt cotton has made us sick.


Myron (Mike) Stagman, PhD
Concerned Citizens Information Network (environmental website)
email: [email protected]

II. Genetically-Engineered (Bt) cotton Fiber Disease

Genetically-engineered Bt cotton killed 30% of the bees in the fields when field-tested in Thailand.

[Institute for Science in Society, London]

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Mass Deaths by Sheep Grazing on Bt [GM] Cotton"
(Institute of Science in Society, London)

At least 1,800 sheep were reported dead from severe toxicity after grazing on Bt cotton fields in just four villages in Andhra Pradesh, India.

( Bt, bacillus thuringiensis, is a poison genetically engineered into cotton and maize plants to kill an insect which feeds on the pollen. This poison, which seems to acquire much added 'oomph' from the genetic engineering process, permeates the crop which human beings and animals feed upon.)

If you were an Indian shepherd caring for your animals, look at the face of Frankenstein as it appeared in Andhra Pradesh: --- The major symptoms of the disaster as reported by shepherds were:

1. Sheep became dull/depressed 2 to 3 days after grazing
2. Cough with nasal discharge
3. Reddish and erosive lesions in the mouth
4. Blood
5. Blackish diarrhoea
6. Sometimes red urine
7. Death within 5 to 7 days of grazing on the GM cotton fields

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GM (Bt-toxin) cotton and maize: death of worms & soil degradation / lacewing & ladybirddeaths /textiles

Mark that the GM cotton plant leaches its Bt-toxin into the soil.This causes worms to die (according to a a study published in Nature), and almost assuredly results in soil degradation.

Another study shows that the mortality among lacewings, beneficial insects that feed upon caterpillars and aphids, increased afterfeeding onGM (bt-toxin) maize.
The processed cotton fiber also contains this poison. When youwear GM-cotton underwear, shirts or pants or sox or whatever, will itleach over time into the orifices and pores ofyour body? What sense is there in wearing such things?

The truly fearful danger is of the genetic engineering process giving rise to pathogens, and -- even worse -- combining with the Bt toxin to produce who-knows-what.

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the mysterious Fiber Disease epidemic

Here is another new, mystery disease erupting in the Genetic Engineering era.

Although primarily incident in the United States (where genetically-engineered cotton is almost unavoidable), it too is becoming international , like GM products (in this case, Bt cotton).

There are reports of incidence from 15 other nations including Canada, the UK and The Netherlands.

Where on this entire planet has Fiber Disease been most prevalent? First, California. Second, Texas. Third, Florida. Three big cotton-growing regions.

Certain cotton products are carrying something that gives rise to virtual science fiction symptoms among users of these products.

The afflicted havestrangefiber-like material (or tiny pieces of thread) sticking out of sores or wounds that erupt.

Painful with intense itching, it has been described as "an ever present sensation as if something is crawling under the skin".

Signicantly (as per our "GMO Disease Epidemics: Chronic Fatigue"), disabling FATIGUEis a common symptom of Fiber Disease, reported by 95% of patients.

Commonly reported also is the full Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia (which features both chronic fatigue and chronic myalgia).

Cognitive (memory and thought-processing) difficulties, and, naturally, certain behavioural problems are also associated with Fiber Disease.(Genetic engineering seems to have a penchant for attacking the central nervous system.)

Fiber Disease certainly appears to be another genetically-engineered disease, this one evidently brought to us by GM (Bt) cotton textiles and other Bt cotton products.

Note: Pets, especially dogs but also cats (and even horses) are beginning to suffer from this bizarre Fiber Disease. What seems to link all of them? I would say it was exposure to genetically-engineered Bt cotton.

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prescription anyone?

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Post by RANDY » Thu Sep 21, 2006 12:44 pm

nederlands eh? hummmm.
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Post by Skytroll » Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:27 pm


I found this video from UCLA, the best and brightest, won awards etc..and at the end it tells how this is done. My question while watching this was if it goes into the growing plant, say the broccoli ( the BT that is), then that means we are eating it. Now, with the overload of bacteria already in our bodies, this is only making it worse.
And it has the power to alter genes, human genes.
These altered bacterias can sense and form biofilms right in the gut.
87th Faculty Research Lecture
Genetic Engineering in Agriculture: Super Plants for the 21st Century.....
I am sure the Dr. Goldberg has developed his new seed by now.

Works like antibiotics.
Causes epidemics like the current one:
Clostridium difficulis, now spreading to Europe.

"September 2006
Rates of Clostridium difficile diarrhea continue to increase in the United States, and the epidemic has now jumped to Europe.
C. difficile is an anaerobic bacteria gram-positive rod with the ability to produce spores. Its spores can persist in the environment and spread the infection through health care workers and the environment itself, which is the key to its success, according to Dale N. Gerding, MD, associate chief of staff for research and development at the Hines Veterans Affairs Hospital, and professor of medicine at the Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University, Chicago.
“This is a difficult organism to manage in the health care environment – much like the previous outbreaks of anthrax in the postal services was difficult to manage because of its ability to contaminate the environment,” said Gerding, who is also an infectious disease specialist and hospital epidemiologist. " ... spread.asp

Basically, I do not see much difference in this and in the e-coli outbreak. Did you see how fast the farmers plowed under the fields of spinach? To get rid of the evidence. It was not found in the fields, yet.
Mystery filament of the month. Hard to digest in waste water treatment. Means comes out of human waste? Maybe does not thoroughly digest in us, some passes through. ... cteria.htm


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Post by London » Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:35 pm


Hi. I've only read your first post w/ usda's link.....oh, yeah, been there're on the right track indeed. But do not forget to throw the other science agency in with these idiots/liars from the usda's organization
(you know ....our Gov't organizations that are supposed to protect us but instead are behind this heinous crime and are maiming, and yes indeed, killing some of us) .......>>>>(sorry if this offends some of you readers, that's not my intention. My intention is truth and voracity....something some of you may know lil about.)

And I think to self,....well, you can't sue, file charges on any organization b/c they have skirted around the legal laws by means of vernacular rape and loopholes.....and, yes, some...are now legit. For they have legally got the law changed in some cases. (note* "SOME" being the operative
word here). Want the best and most important example of this? Like I have said since June the first.......the parasitoid wasp is the # one important key in our disease.....(Of course, there are other parts to this
biotech-chemical, machine, technology and demonic, greedy man-made plague.....)but this is the main problem.....The example.....>back in 1993
they could only release the parasitoid wasp which was/is used foir bio-

control of other pesty pest(ex., white fly) in the fields.....not inside the warehouses that stored the open grains. In 93 an inspector was at one of these big Co. that produce/package our foods doing his "Normal -routine inspection" when he noticed the lil wispy wasps flying around....".Bad" he proclaimed......"You cannot let these wasp loose in here,.,,,,,what are you crazy?" The Co. employee said" Yo, look here, it is just for controling theses pest that seem to frequent these warehouses getting into the open crates /bins of exposed grains"

The inspector said "Look here, yes, that is true, we do allow and use these wasp for biocontrol measures, but IT MEANT ONLY ON THE OUTSIDE CROPS, THE ONES IN THE FIELD"

(SO WHAT happened next? $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ was moved around and the law got changed to where it states that it is perfectly legal
for these food processing Co's to use the parasitoid wasp inside on stored grains.......)

People can take this or leave it......but if I were them, I'd do some heavy investigating to these wasp and again, I have said this for 4 months now....I have not changed my thoughts....and yes, I do believe there is other parts/things/ organisms/ bacterias/viruses/ silicates,pathenogens, fugis, molds, diatoms, phusions
involved......but the wasp are the key.....for you see, they can change the virulence of the genetically modified, excuse me....transgenic crops chemical structure
that effects us in more ways than anyone will ever know.....but they know.....for they have created this messed up biotech- creating synthetic everything MESS.

Oh, no? The Gov't would not do this one might think? hahaha.....okay, then why are they turning there back on us, huh, tell me the answer to that one. For that statement alone says it is coverup.

I don't care, nor want to expose them.....I just want two things......1. To get well (from the illness they created in me.) and 2. I want whomever took my documents off my computer to put them back from where they got them. And then I will go merrily on my way.....

PS: Systemic.......dont; forget.....the rice plant and the collembola.....they have.been a major player in this since day numero uno.......Take care....I will check back next week.....
Don't forget,.....this is all about sustainable energy and Forrestry......> tree-loving, hugging phools.........and Systemic, don;t you love the fact theat the corn we eat also powers the automobiles? If that does not get to you.....check out the photonic fusion for energy......the plasmas, the LED lights (example, in out cell phones......) um huh......this is the the answer and last thing.....some of us do have the "bubble disease" just like the fish.....and you know those giant whales that get themselves into
a beached death? they too died of bubble fusion. How? from the ships SONAR. Facts, take it or leave it/../..dispute it and hey, show your faces you guilty dawgs......c'mon.....

okay, need a wee bit of proof: :?: :?: :?:

In Situ Modification of Herbivore-Induced Plant Odors: A Novel Approach to Study the Attractiveness of Volatile Organic Compounds to Parasitic Wasps ... t/30/9/739

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Post by Sabrina » Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:53 pm

Dear Systemic,

I LOVED your link!!! Thank you for posting that article!
Here it is once more incase anyone missed it.

I have carefully considered this cotton theory for a very long time now. As I recall, Cliff and “Mr. X” both support this theory. All I can conclude for sure is that something is very, very, wrong with the cotton we come into contact with every day.

Here is what happened to me last weekend. :shock:

Went to a festival, had a lovely time. I was looking around at what the vendors had for sale. Found a clear plastic box of arrowheads for a buck each. Thought it would be nice to get some for the kids in my life even if they were not authentically made. Soooo, I picked up the box, opened it up and began to sort through them to pick some nice ones out.

Well, these arrowheads were on top of a bed of cotton. As I sifted through the arrowheads what do I see? You guessed it, one of “our” fibers. I saw what looked like a very thin and short piece of hair with a red one attached. This was very visible and greatly contrasted upon the white bed of cotton, there was no mistaking it.

I checked out the vendor and no visible signs of infection were apparent on him. No other merchandise I saw had any of the fibers either. I looked very hard, nothing. It surly did not come from me because it was already there when I opened the box.

The only logical conclusion I can think of is:

A.) Some one infected got to that box before I did and contaminated it.

Or, the more likely of the conclusion is,

B.) IT IS IN THE COTTON!!!!!!!!!

This is only one example, there are many, many more.

The only thing that comes to mind now is a quote from an old friend that once exclaimed,


Dear Tamtam,

I can truly say that you have gone above and beyond the call of duty. We all sincerely thank you for everything that you have already done for us.

Will you continue to help?

I am requesting the samething that South has asked. Will you share the letter, please? :(


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Post by Skytroll » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:00 pm

If Bt causes spore forming and septicemia in insects, if we eat it in the gene modified plant, does it not infect us. Spore forming is C.Difficulis, and chrystals, the specks we find?

History of it......

"Probably the first to suggest the use of B. thuringiensis for controlling insect pests was Berliner (1911, 1915), who, apparently independently of Ishiwata, described the causative agent of a disease of the Mediterranean meal moth, Anagasta kuhniella. Berliner, and later Mattes, described the crystalline inclusion body, or “Restokorper,” within sporulated cells, and it was Berliner who first used the species name thuringiensis, deriving the name from the German province of Thuringia (Bulla et al., 1980).

As reviewed by Andrews et al. (1987), from the initial discovery of the microbe until the early 1950s, numerous studies appeared in the literature aimed at using B. thuringiensis in insect control without sufficient basic information to accomplish these goals. In the early 1950s, investigators began studying the basic biology of B. thuringiensis and considering some fundamental properties of its insect pathology. Steinhaus (1951), for example, published an electron micrograph of the crystal toxin, and in 1953 Hannay described the development of the crystal toxin in relation to the sporulation cycle. Hannay (1953) and Hannay and Fitz-James (1955) observed that the diamond-shaped crystals or parasporal bodies are composed primarily of protein and suggested that the crystals might be involved in the establishment of septicemia in insect larvae. Angus (1956a, 1956b) prepared toxic filtrates that included crystals alone and crystals plus spores and showed that the crystals were responsible for midgut paralysis and cessation of feeding, whereas the spores were required for septicemia.

Septicemia, bacteria in the gut........

source: ... /04_00.htm

Now, two-fold use of BT:
This toxin created by the BT, is now being studied to kill cancer cells. However, what else does it kill?

"Bacillus thuringiensis was isolated from 36 of 50 residue samples obtained from an animal feed mill (a stored-product environment). Of 710 selected colonies having Bacillus cereus-B. thuringiensis morphology isolated from the samples, 477 were classified as B. thuringiensis because of production of parasporal -endotoxin crystals. There was a diverse population of B. thuringiensis, as revealed by differentiation of the isolates into 36 subgroups by using (i) their spectra of toxicity to the lepidopterans Heliothis virescens, Pieris brassicae, and Spodoptera littoralis and the dipteran Aedes aegypti and (ii) their parasporal crystal morphology. A total of 55% of the isolates were not toxic to any of these insects at the concentrations used in the bioassays; 40% of all isolates were toxic to one or more of the Lepidoptera; and 20, 1, and 1% of the isolates were toxic to only P. brassicae, H. virescens, and S. littoralis, respectively. The most frequent toxicity was toxicity to P. brassicae (36% of all isolates); 18% of the isolates were toxic to A. aegypti (5% exclusively), 10% were toxic to H. virescens, and 4% were toxic to S. littoralis. Toxicity to P. brassicae was more often linked with toxicity to H. virescens than with toxicity to S. littoralis. The frequency of toxicity was significantly greater in isolates that produced bipyramidal crystals than in isolates that produced irregular pointed, irregular spherical, rectangular, or spherical crystals. "

What I find interesting is the last statement:
The bipyramidal crystals have greater toxicity.
Binary toxin are prevalent in C. difficules and are spore forming.


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Post by Skytroll » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:21 pm

Tam TAm,

Do you think the GM food is the Bioweapon?
If not what is the bioweapon bacteria?

We need proof. Some is being found by our investigation and cross referencing of materials that show both sides of bacterias used in many ways, however, it is the onslaught of all the bacterias used in one way or another that is causing the overload on the human body.

Has this not been thought of.

Or is this a construction to add the two genes needed for the human body to be more like an animal?
A human gene was put in the rice plant. A human gene was put in Andi, the monkey who has human ears and hands etc. We think of it as putting a gene in the human, but, it is the other way around, so the next approach will be to put those extra two genes need into humans, am I close? So there will be no difference between man, animal and plant, all will share same genes in one way or another.
The Homeobox Domain.

Why would one put a human gene in a rice plant?
Just what is the purpose?

Now, this rice is causing problems.

Why the great altercation of Nature? And the professor at UCLA keeps insisting this is natural to put altered genes in other plants. It is not natural to alter and put a gene where it does not belong, for the sake of high yield, but, what good is it if it will kill a population?

To me BT is a bioweapon on the people. The bioweapon is in the Agriculture Department. How sneaky could one get? And to think we are too dumb to figure it out.



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