Friday, August 22, 2008

OK, Now I'm Scared

The apocalypse is upon us:

FDA to allow food producers to irradiate spinach, lettuce

The Food and Drug Administration has approved use of irradiation on spinach and lettuce to kill dangerous bacteria, but companies may have a tough time selling the idea to consumers.

And you can certainly count this consumer as one who the genocidal capitalists will have a "tough time" selling the idea to.

Not since I was instrumental in banning microwave ovens from campus have we been faced with such a threat to our existence.

Contrary to the health benefits of enjoying organic produce that was fertilized with human (vegan) feces, "irradiated" food is simply a nuclear holocaust on your dinner plate.

How does irradiation work? By immersing fresh greens in nuclear waste for weeks. Then they are delivered to Walmart, where they are further "enriched" them with uranium isotopes. In fact, this is how Walmart murders their employees when it is not convenient to instead lock them in burning stores overnight.

Irradiated food will destroy your brain. See how its proponents are capitalist lackeys? It is because the irradiated food triggered the "cruelty" and "stupid" lobes in their brains. That stupid people advocate irradiation is proof that irradiation made them stupid.

Furthermore, irradiated food has also been sent by Amerikkka to North Korea, where is has caused a "famine". No, this was not an ordinary famine; it was nuclear murder. Just as, years ago, the Zionists sent irradiated food to Ethiopia as part of their plan of worldwide extermination and domination.

The capitalist-industrialist-colonialist-imperialist-fascist-racist class will no longer fool us.

No nukes. No Nukes!! NO NUKES!!!

I now have to tend my garden; it needs fertilizing.


Anonymous said...

It's not like we need irradiation. Lysenko (a good communist) showed us how to increase crop yield years ago.

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