For the last few days, I’ve been sounding the alarm about the FDA’s legalization of cloned cows, pigs and goats. My local paper, The Washington Post, carried this story on Wednesday, January 16, placing the article on page three, underneath the “way more important story” that the local Red Cross office would cut some staff.
Who cares about having cloned meat enter the food supply unlabeled? Who is protesting?
Not my newspaper, where all I’ve seen since was one short letter to the editor. England, now there people have been protesting about our decision. Americans, gee, why would we bother?
In the European Union, you won’t find some of our beloved and questionable preservatives, like BHA and BHT. You won’t be able to buy milk from cows who have been crazed by doping them to produce unnatural quantities of milk. Europeans get it. Food quality and common sense matters more than greed.
Maybe the cause is their collective memory, dating back to the Roman empire. One reason it fell, historians say, was the style of plumbing. Lead in the pipes, who cares?
NO AURA IN CLONED ANIMALS, ALSO NO BIG DEAL?
If you read auras from photos (something I’d be glad to teach you to do if you aren’t already) read the auras of Dolly, the cloned sheep , and Scuppy, the cloned dog.
I believe the technical term for what you’ll get is “Yeeeccccchhhhhh.” You certainly won’t find an aura. That’s the point. Cloned animals are machines. Is eating machines good for a person energetically? Unless we protest, we’ll find out soon enough.
Since I started having conversations on this topic, many people have said, in effect, “No big deal.” They don’t eat meat themselves. They never drink milk. They’re appalled at all the cruelty foisted on our steroid-doped, hormone-doped non-organic cows. They don’t see cloning as very different.
Well, they’re wrong. A doped-up, miserable cow doesn’t have a really inspiring aura. At least it is energetically alive. Frankenburgers and Frankenmilk might just as well be imported from Mars. Energetically, they are completely bizarre.
My friend Neville Johnson saw cloned cows one day while driving on a country road in Virginia. First he saw one calf with a cute little white patch on her face. Then Neville looked up and saw the rest of the herd, every single animal carrying that quirky little white patch. His comment was: “Once people eat animals like this, or drink their milk, we’re going to see neurological diseases that make Parkinson’s look like a picnic.”
To help you, and your friends, consider the implications of this problem, I have posted a quiz. Try it! Or don’t! But either way, please, invite everyone you know to take action.
WHICH MEDIA CARE?
After you write or call your local representatives in government, please contact your biggest newspaper, TV and radio shows to demand that they carry this story. You’re also invited to listen when I discuss this topic on the following shows:
Today, at 4:10 p.m., EST, in England, Wales, and Scotland, but also available online
“The Mike Allen Show,” Smooth Radio Tuesday, Jan. 22, 3:10p CST, 4:10p EST
Steve Fast’s show over WJBC in Bloomington, Illinois Listen locally Thursday, Jan. 24, 9 11 p.m, EST
“The Cari Stone Show” (I’m still getting details about how to tune in easily. Unless you’re among the first 50 callers, you must pay a nominal fee to listen, but Cari has 95,000 listeners.)
Saturday, Feb. 9, after 9 p.m., One or two hours, time to be announced
“Journeys with Rebecca”
Rebecca Jernigan’s lively talk show is here: www.journeyswithrebecca.com
Monday, Feb. 11, from 11 am to Noon Pacific time,
“Lights On, with Nancy Lee” Friday, Feb. 22, 10:06 a.m. EST
“Conscious Talk Radio”
Rob Spears and Brenda Michaels,
Listen online or over syndicated radio affiliates
Sunday, Feb. 24, 11:30-12:30 EST
“The E-Z Help Show” with Big Bob