From Julian Rose, March 2019, International Times, quote: GMO and 5G share the same basic goal: to alter living matter in such a way as to exert 100% control over it. In the case of GMO, for example, genetically altering the DNA of maize, soya, cotton or a tomato, so they can be sprayed with the toxic herbicide glyphosate (Roundup) – and remain unaffected – while the weeds around…More From Julian Rose. Also see our website on the topic. (Eng./Dutch).
Vertaling: 5G en gentech-partners in genocide
Fragment: gentech en 5G delen hetzelfde basisdoel: om levend materiaal in zo´n wijze te veranderen om volledige controle er over te verkrijgen. In het geval van gentech, bij voorbeeld, het genetisch veranderen van het DNA van mais, soja, katoen of een tomaat, zodat zij kunnen worden besproeid met het giftige glyfosaat (Roundup)- en onaangetast blijven-terwijl de onkruiden daar om heen verschrompelen en sterven. Meer (Eng.) Zie ook onze website over 5G.
EU 5G Appèl – Wetenschappers waarschuwen voor mogelijke ernstige gezondheidseffecten van 5G
“Wij, ondergetekende wetenschappers, adviseren een moratorium op de uitrol van 5G, de vijfde generatie voor mobiele communicatie, totdat potentiële gevaren voor de menselijke gezondheid en het milieu volledig zijn onderzocht door wetenschappers onafhankelijk van de industrie. 5G zal de blootstelling aan radiofrequente elektromagnetische velden (RF-EMF) aanzienlijk verhogen bovenop de reeds bestaande 2G, 3G, 4G, WiFi enz. RF-EMF is bewezen schadelijk voor mens en milieu”. Bron:jrseco.com
Scientists and doctors warn of potential serious health effects of 5G
We the undersigned scientistsand doctors recommend a moratorium on the roll-out of the fifth generation, 5G, for telecommunication until potential hazards for human health and the environment have been fully investigated by scientists independent from industry. 5G will substantially increase exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) on top of the 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, etc. for telecommunications already in place. RF-EMF has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment.
Een voormalig lid van het EFSA GMO panel, Jean-Michel Wal, heeft gezegd dat een onderzoek naar Bt gewassen suggereert dat Bt allergische reacties kunnen veroorzaken en dat die studie solide wetenschappelijke gegronde resultaten bevat. Link (Eng.) A former member of the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA’s) GMO panel, Jean-Michel Wal, has said that a study suggesting that GM Bt crops could be allergenic has “solid scientifically grounded results”, according to a report in EU Food Policy. But the Dutch COGEM has okayed a recent renewal of a Bt maize.
De COGEM heeft de import van een Bt mais echter weer goedgekeurd. Zij beoordeelt de voedselveiligheid echter niet. De vraag is wie dat dan wel doet. “Concluderend acht de COGEM de risico’s van import en verwerking van maïslijn Bt11 voor mens en milieu verwaarloosbaar klein.” Ook al gaat het in dit geval om Cry1Ab,daar is ook onderzoek naar gedaan en dat stemt niet vrolijk.
Al in 2011:” Scientists from the University of Sherbrooke, Canada, have detected the insecticidal protein, Cry1Ab, circulating in the blood of pregnant as well as non-pregnant women.” Paper. Source: India Today.
Quote:” Earlier studies had found trace amounts of the Cry1Ab toxin in gastrointestinal contents of livestock fed on GM corn. This gave rise to fears that the toxins may not be effectively eliminated in humans and there may be a high risk of exposure through consumption of contaminated meat.” Source GMWatch.
Korte Nederlandse samenvatting van het Fourth International Ayurveda Congress and Ayurveda Health Fair, 1 – 2 September 2018 in Leiden en van het seminar daarna op 3 september 2018 door Gerrit Jan Gerritsma, arts. Bron: SDN, nieuwspagina, oktobernummer 2018, pagina 3.
Press Release: Fourth International Ayurveda Congress and Ayurveda Health Fair, 1 – 2 September 2018 in Leiden.
Korte Nederlandse samenvatting van dit congres en van het seminar daarna op 3 september 2018 door Gerrit Jan Gerritsma, arts. Bron: SDN, nieuwspagina, oktobernummer 2018, pagina 3.
On Monday 3 September in Leiden the Dutch Minister for Health Care and Sport, Mr Bruno Bruins, shared a platform to discuss India-Netherlands collaboration in health care, including Ayurveda, with the Indian Government’s Minister for AYUSH, H.E. Shripad Naik, responsible for Ayurveda, Yoga, and alternative medicines in India (3nd left, remark webmaster), and Tony Nader (2rd on the left) MD, PhD, the Patron of the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation (IMAVF, first on the left).
Ayurveda, the traditional Indian system of natural health care, has been enjoying a worldwide upsurge of scientific, medical, and popular interest for the last 30 years. The seminar, arranged by the Indian Embassy, was the concluding event of the Fourth International Ayurveda Congress (IAVC), organized by the IMAVF, the Netherlands; the All India Ayurvedic Congress, Delhi; and the International Academy of Ayurveda, Pune.
Mr Bruins (fourth on the left, remark webmaster) praised India’s innovation in the field of health care. He shared Ayurveda’s view that health is more than the absence of disease, but includes a sense of well-being and fulfilment, and its recognition that not all health problems require a ‘hard-core medical’ solution.
The Indian Ambassador to the Netherlands, H.E. Venu Rajamony, (first on the right and below) highlighted the importance of including traditional systems of medicine such as Yoga and Ayurveda in the West’s mainstream health care system, because of the benefits they can bring for health and longevity.
Dr Nader spoke about the tremendous potential of AyurVeda for creating a disease-free society. He highlighted the usefulness of Transcendental Meditation as a technique for cultivating a rested state of mind and body, which supports better health choices and better health, as verified by numerous published scientific studies.
‘The mind and psychology have an influence on the nervous system. When you think a thought, experience fear, or have anxiety, this has an effect on your nervous system, which releases hormones influencing the immune system and the entire functioning of the body,’ Dr Nader said.
Mr. Alojz Peterle, MEP, Co-chairman of the Working Group for Health and Chairman of the Members Against Cancer Working Group in the European Parliament, and former Prime Minister of Slovenia, strongly praised Ayurveda for its scientific nature and completeness. “The fact is that health trends globally have been becoming more concerning for decades despite progress in medicine… all this leads to the conclusion that we need to change some prerequisites, concepts, strategies, and practices. The situation as described demands new approaches, new paradigms and sense for cooperation. … Ayurveda has been one of the treasures of India. I welcome the ambition of the Indian Government to share it with us,” he said.
Amanda Mackintosh, member of the board of Task Force Health Care in the Netherlands presented the Dutch system of health care, elaborating on its strengths. She expressed her openness to collaborating with India and utilizing the wisdom contained in Ayurveda.
Dr. DC Katoch, Ayurveda advisor to the Government of India, and Dr. Geetha Krishnan, AYUSH representative at the World Health Organization, where he is the Technical Officer of the Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine Unit, highlighted India’s readiness to collaborate internationally, with its huge infrastructure.
Medical Doctors, Ayurveda Practitioners, and Researchers
from Five Continents Speak at
Fourth International Ayurveda Congress
The seminar immediately followed the Fourth International Ayurveda Congress, which was held at the Holiday Inn, Leiden, on the weekend of 1-2 September. An estimated 300 delegates from 15 countries on 5 continents attended the Congress. Medical doctors practising Ayurveda, Vaidyas (qualified practitioners of Ayurveda from India), western Ayurveda practitioners, and research scientists presented their experience and scientific findings of preventing disease, promoting longevity, and treating chronic disorders with Ayurveda.
H.E. Shripad Naik, Minister of AYUSH, Government of India, and the Indian Ambassador to the Netherlands, H.E. Venu Rajamony, were honoured guests at the event. Dr Tony Nader MD PhD MARR was the Patron of the Congress. Padma Bhushan Dr Devendra Triguna, President All India Ayurvedic Congress was the Congress President.
A highlight of the Inaugural Session of the Congress was the conferring of the Maharishi Dhanvantari Award jointly on Rajvaidya Padma Vibhushan Brihaspati Dev Triguna (posthumously) and his son Padma Bhushan Dr Devendra Triguna, and on Dr Tony Nader for their outstanding contribution to and achievements in the field of Ayurveda throughout the world. The Maharishi Dhanvantari Award is conferred in the memory of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who established AyurVeda as a holistic, scientific system of natural health care. Maharishi’s initiatives throughout the world for over 50 years have been fundamental to the worldwide upsurge of interest in and enthusiasm for Ayurveda that we see today. The award is accompanied by a $10,000 prize.
A galaxy of plenary speakers including medical doctors from Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, and Denmark shared their experience of the impact of Maharishi AyurVeda on heart health, arthritis, hormone balance, and ageing. In the Congress as a whole over 50 presentations were given on various topics focusing on the prevention and treatment of chronic disorders.
A strategy and planning session was attended by leaders of various Ayurveda organizations in Europe and prominent physicians and researchers, including the rector of the Free Amsterdam University. The theme was bringing knowledge and practice of Ayurveda into mainstream health care, education, research, training, products, and services. One of the proposals at this meeting was to establish collaboration for research in Ayurveda between AYUSH and a university medical centre in the Netherlands, the University of Graz in Austria, and research institutes and universities in Australia.
Hortus Malabaricus – a 340-year-old Dutch treatise
describing Indian herbal medicines
Professors Dr Pieter Baas, Dr Achuthan Menon, and Dr Annamma Spudich explored the historic relationship between the Netherlands and India demonstrated by the Hortus Malabaricus, a 340-year-old Dutch treatise. Hortus Malabaricus (Garden of Malabar) was compiled over a period of nearly 30 years and published, originally in Latin, in Amsterdam between 1678 and 1693 in 12 volumes. This treatise gives a detailed account of the flora of the Malabar region in South India, including copper plate engravings and detailed descriptions of 742 plants. Congress participants visited Leiden University Library to see the treasure treatise of Hortus Malabaricus and the botanical heritage of the Dutch Golden Age represented by herbarium collections, books, and botanical drawings, and enjoyed a tour of the Hortus Botanicus Garden, Leiden – one of the oldest botanical gardens in Europe.
Citizens of Leiden enjoyed a Health Fair at the Congress featuring an exhibition about the Hortus Malabaricus by Dr Annamma Spudich of Stanford University, and other displays. The Health Fair included public talks about Transcendental Meditation, Yoga, the Ayurvedic approach to digestion, practical Ayurvedic health tips for daily living, and Aroma Therapy.
Speech of Minister Bruno Bruins, the Dutch Minister for Medical Care & Sports Bruno Bruins who was a guest at the seminar “India-Netherlands Collaboration in Healthcare, including Ayurveda” at Leiden, Netherlands.
Quote: “……The study by the non-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG) discovered trace amounts of the most widely used herbicide in the country in oats, granolas and snack bars. Thirty-one out of 45 tested products had levels higher than what some scientists consider safe for children.”
Deze gentechaardappelen zijn niet goedgekeurd voor de EU markt.
Reclame voor deze gentech aardappel:
“In developing the White Russet™, proven techniques of modern biotechnology and the potato’s own natural cellular processes were used to accelerate traditional breeding. This technology, termed “Innate™“, was developed by the J.R. Simplot Company, a company that has grown and processed potatoes for more than 85 years. ” Source.