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Published on Feb 28, 2013

http://experimentalvaccines.org/2013/…
The New World orders eugenicist program has gone into overdrive with the FDA’s approval of a new vaccine technology that uses insect cells to produce the ingredients needed for their toxic inoculations. Instead of using chicken eggs to grow the necessary viral components used in the vaccinators’ lancet the pharmacratic dictatorship have pumped massive amounts of taxpayer dollars into this exotic technology to ensure eugenicists reach their goal of population elimination on a global scale.
FluBlok is the latest concoction being created by Protein Science Corporation which was bailed out in 2009 by the United States taxpayers in order to continue the research and development of this new population reduction weapon. Pumping tens of millions of dollars into this eugenics corporation will help to further the advancements and profit margins of the pharmaceutical industries killing machines by creating more customers identified in trails as ‘severe adverse effects’. Clinical trials have shown that this insect-based influenza vaccination has caused cardiac problems respiratory disorders and in one case the death of a trial participant.
These medical Manchurian’s like to use double entendres to communicate their true objectives to the power-hungry elitists in charge. The name FluBlok would give you the impression that it blocks you from getting the flu but instead it really blocks your ability to fight the flu. Bill Gates has said on numerous occasions that if they can increase the effectiveness and efficiency of vaccinations they would be able to lower populations by 10 to 15% worldwide. The vaccines are designed to injured and damage your immune system making you more susceptible to bacteria and viruses encountered it in the wild.
We’re living on a modern-day ‘Island of Dr. Moreau’ injecting the populace with genetically modified medicines that create new allergies, diseases and illnesses while the media spin them as medical miracles. The world is being used as a giant petri dish with the goal of creating a constant state of pain and suffering which can only be alleviated through the use of their poisonous prescriptions called medications and vaccinations. The pharmaceutical corporations don’t care about people they only care about profits and the best way to ensure they make more profits is by turning people into patients and being alive into a diagnosis.

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This  does  beg  the  question…..If  this  Fall Army  worm  is one of  the  pests  that   Round Up Ready  GMO  Corn  is  manufactured  to  fight  against.  Will  it  also  become immune  to the  pesticide?  And  as  such  will the  mutation  also  cause it  to carry  different DNA structured  that  could  prove detrimental to  people when  introduced as a  vaccine? 
~Desert Rose~
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Damage

Fall armyworm generally feeds on foliage, but during heavy infestations, larvae will also feed on corn ears.  Foliar damage to corn is usually characterized by ragged feeding, and moist sawdust-like frass near the whorl and upper leaves of the plant.  Early feeding can appear to be similar to European corn borer damage; however European corn borer larvae bore into the stalk whereas fall armyworm larvae continue to feed on the foliage making larger more ragged holes.  Ear damage is similar to the damage caused by the corn earworm, chewed kernels and visible frass, except that fall armyworm tends to burrow through the husk instead of feeding down through the silks.

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Fall armyworm injury to corn plant. (Left) Fall armyworm larva damage on corn foliage. (Right)  Images by Eric Bohnenblust.

Control

Fall armyworm larvae can be difficult to control due to the timing of infestation in Pennsylvania.  Corn plants often are too tall to spray with conventional ground rigs when populations are detected in Pennsylvania.  However, because populations are usually low applying insecticides is rarely profitable.  Therefore, insecticide control options should be attempted only in extreme situations (e.g., 100 percent of the plants are infested and they are less than 30 inches high).

Transgenic corn varieties are a more viable option for preventing/controlling fall armyworm.  There are several varieties on the market that suppress/control of fall armyworm and many other lepidopteran pests.  Be sure to follow refuge requirements associated with the use of Bt corn as different varieties have different requirements.  Also, adding to the importance of following refuge requirements, a field population of fall armyworm in Puerto Rico has been found to be resistant to the Cry 1F toxin in many Bt lines.  With proper management, resistance development is highly unlikely, but if refuge requirements are not followed serious consequences could occur.

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