Feb 4, 2017 by



It’s becoming fairly common knowledge that glyphosate, the chief ingredient in Monsanto’s best-selling weedkiller, is cancer-causing poison.

Most people are beginning to understand that approximately 90% of the food in our grocery stores has either been intentionally sprayed with Monsanto’s weedkiller or has been inescapably contaminated with the toxin.

Groundbreaking research is being conducted all over the world showing how insidious the weedkiller’s presence is in our lives. There is truly no escaping Monsanto’s glyphosate as the carcinogenic chemical has been found in air and rain samples, umbilical cord blood, baby formula, prenatal vitamins, vaccines, breast milk, and water supplies.

We understand what makes Roundup so toxic is its key ingredient glyphosate. But what makes glyphosate so toxic? Given the fact that glyphosate has been discovered to be an ingredient in five different childhood vaccines, meaning children ARE being injected with Roundup, let’s explore glyphosate’s toxicity.

How To Make Glyphosate

As you might guess, glyphosate is not a naturally-occurring chemical in the environment. According to Ullman’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry (7th edition), three ingredients are needed to produce glyphosate–glycine, formaldehyde, and phosphorous acid. These ingredients are fused together using heat.

Why should we be concerned about the ingredients used to manufacture glyphosate?

1. Glycine

Glycine is one of 20 amino acids used to make protein in the human body, however it is not considered an essential amino acid because the body can produce it naturally from other chemicals. Glycine is a potent neurotransmitter as well as a “superfuel” for cancer.

But what about injecting glycine?
Let’s start with the mild symptoms:

-mild diarrhea
-upset stomach
-a feeling of pain and a warm sensation at the site of the injection
-a feeling, or a sense, of being swollen over the entire body
-joint pain

Now for the “uncommon” side effects:

-upper digestive tract discomfort
-flushed face

And the dangerous, but “rare” side effects:

-difficulty breathing
-swelling of mouth and throat

Has your doctor ever warned you of glycine side effects or the fact that there are many types of people who should avoid injecting glycine? If you are pregnant, lactating, or have one of the following conditions, you should not be injecting glycine into your body:

• Bipolar disorder (manic depression)
• Hyperactivity
• Muscular Dystrophy
• Epileptic seizures
• Upset stomach
• Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH)
• Hypoglycemia
• Schizophrenia
• Acetaminophen poisoning
• Have allergies to foods, dyes, or preservatives

2. Formaldehyde

Because zero studies exist that prove formaldehyde is safe to inject into the human body, we will examine the CDC’s fact sheet on exposure. According to the CDC:

“Formaldehyde is known to cause cancer. The cancer of greatest concern is cancer of the nose and throat. Scientific research has not yet shown that a certain level of formaldehyde exposure causes cancer. However, the higher the level and the longer the exposure, the greater the chance of getting cancer. Exposure to formaldehyde might increase the chance of getting cancer even at levels too low to cause symptoms.”

“Formaldehyde exposure is a special concern for children and the elderly. Children may become sensitive to formaldehyde more easily, which may make it more likely they will become sick. Elderly people may be less able to tolerate high formaldehyde exposures. If children or elderly people are in your home, it is important to reduce their exposure to formaldehyde.”

Here are some side effects of formaldehyde exposure according to the CDC(source):

-nasal and eye irritation
-neurological effects
-risk of asthma and/or allergy development
-changes in liver function
-decreased body weight
-gastrointestinal ulcers
-liver and kidney damage

In 2011, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) determined that formaldehyde is a known human carcinogen based on substantial human and animal inhalation studies, including numerous studies that show a troubling link between formaldehyde and leukemia.

3. Phosphorous Acid

Glyphosate production starts with iminodiacetic acid, phosphorous trichloride and formaldehyde, then glycine and dimethyl phosphate are added. Phosphorus trichloride is prepared industrially by the reaction of chlorine with a refluxing solution of white phosphorus. [Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, 7th edition]

Very little information exists on the safety of phosphorus acid in general, not to mention its safety as an injectable for humans, but there is this study that showed mortality in fish and also this New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Hazardous Substance Fact Sheet, which states:

* Phosphorous Acid can affect you when breathed
* Phosphorous Acid is a CORROSIVE CHEMICAL
and contact can severely irritate and burn the skin and eyes
with possible eye damage.
* Breathing Phosphorous Acid can irritate the nose,
throat and lungs causing coughing, wheezing and/or
shortness of breath.

Phosphorus is so poisonous and so reactive, it is commercially stored underwater. Phosphorus exists in a number of forms [white, red, black and/or violet] in the same physical state. Phosphorous acid is used in the manufacture of herbicidal glyphosates.

White phosphorus is used as a deoxidizing agent in the preparation of steel and phosphor bronze. It is also used in rat poisons and to make smoke screens (by burning) for warfare. White phosphorus and phosphorous acid only have slight chemical differences, but both utilize very similar techniques in regards to their production.

We should all be more than a bit concerned that phosphorous acid is being injected into our children by way of glyphosate contamination, especially given that there is ZERO research to prove its safety.

To sum up the dangers, note that white phosphorous, a horrific chemical weapon of war that has been used in Gaza, Syria, El Salvador, Lebanon and Iraq, is actually an ingredient in vaccines that you inject.

What would Monsanto do without phosphorous acid?? Not only do they use it to formulate the active ingredient (glyphosate) in their best-selling weedkiller Roundup, they are the sole producers of the world’s supply of white phosphorous, which is dropped on countless innocent civilians with reckless disregard. (At least that’s what these redacted Army files allege.)

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