The World Health Organization is Taking Cash Handouts from Junk Food Giants

Oct 23rd, 2012 | Category: Latest News | 90 comments


The World Health Organization (WHO) is the United Nation’s “public health” arm and has 194 member states. While its official mission is “the attainment by all people of the highest possible level of health“, it is also clear that it works according to a specific agenda, one that laid out by the world elite and the organizations that are part of it. In the article entitled ‘Contagion’ or How Disaster Movies “Educate” the Masses, we’ve seen how the WHO was involved in the promotion of mass vaccination campaigns following (bogus) disease scares, of civilian camps, of the bar-coding of individuals and so forth.

More proof of the WHO’s “elite bias” has been recently uncovered by a study: The organization has been taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the world’s biggest pushers of unhealthy foods such as Coca-Cola, Nestlé and Unilever. It is relying on these companies for advice on how to fight obesity..é which is the equivalent of asking a drug dealer for advice on how stay off drugs and NOT buy his product.

Coca-Cola, Nestlé and Unilever are not simply “food companies, they are gigantic conglomerates that produce and distribute an enormous proportion of processed foods across the world. In the article entitled Irrational Consumerism (or The Few Companies Who Feed the World), I described how only a few mega-conglomerates own most of the world’s brands of processed foods. To refresh your memory here are some of the brands owned by Nestlé:

Cereals

Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Cheerios (outside US, Canada and Australia)
Cini Minis
Honey Nut Cheerios (outside US, Canada and Australia)
Oat Cheerios
Cookie Crisp
Golden Grahams
Honey Stars
Koko Krunch
Milo Cereals
Nestlé Corn Flakes
Nesquik
Shreddies
Shredded Wheat
Clusters
Trix

Yogurt

Munch Bunch
Ski

Coffee

Bonka
Nescafé
Nespresso
Partner’s Blend
Ricoffy
Ristretto
Ricoré
Sical
Tofa
Taster’s Choice
Zoégas
Shrameet

Water

Aberfoyle
Aqua D’Or
Aqua Pod
Acqua Panna
Al Manhal
Aquapod
Arrowhead
Buxton
Contrex
Deer Park
Hépar
Ice Mountain
Henniez
Korpi
Levissima
Nestlé Aquarel
Nestlé Vera
Ozarka
Perrier
Poland Spring
Powwow
Minere
Pure Life/Pureza Vital
Quézac
San Pellegrino
San Bernardo
Viladrau
Vittel
Zephyrhills

Other drinks

Nestea (Joint venture with Coca-Cola, Beverage Partners Worldwide)
Enviga (Joint venture with Coca-Cola, Beverage Partners Worldwide)
Milo
Carnation
Caro
Nesquik
Libby’s
Growers Direct Organic Fruit Juices
Good Host
Juicy Juice
Ski up and go

Shelf-stable products

Bear Brand
Carnation
Christie
Coffee-Mate
Dancow
Gloria
Klim
La Lechera
Milkmaid
Nespray
Nestlé
Nesvita
Nestlé Omega Plus
Nido
Ninho
Svelty
Emswiss
Milo

Ice cream

Camy
Dreyer’s
Edy’s
Frisco
Häagen-Dazs (North America and the United Kingdom)
Hjem-IS (Denmark & Norway)
Maxibon
Motta
Mivvi
Nestlé
Nestlé Drumstick
Oreo (Canada)
Peters (Australia)
Push-Up
Schöller
Skinny Cow

Infant foods

Alete
Alfare
Beba
Cérélac
FM 85
Gerber (the world’s largest baby food company)
Good Start
Guigoz
Lactogen
Nan
NAN HA
NanSoy
Neslac
Nestlé
Nestogen
Nido
PreNan

Performance nutrition

Musashi
Neston
Nesvita
PowerBar
Pria
Supligen

Healthcare/nutrition

Boost
Carnation Instant Breakfast
Nutren
Peptamen
Glytrol
Crucial
Impact
Isosource
Fibersource
Diabetisource
Compleat
Optifast
Resource

Seasonings

Buitoni
Maggi
Carpathia
CHEF
Thomy
Winiary

Frozen foods

Stouffer’s
Lean Cuisine
Buitoni
Hot Pockets
Lean Pockets
Papa Guiseppi
Tombstone Pizza
Jack’s Pizza
DiGiorno Pizza
California Pizza Kitchen Frozen

Chocolate, confectioneries and baked goods

100 Grand Bar
Aero
After Eight
Allens
Animal Bar
Baby Ruth
Bertie Beetle (Australia)
Big Turk (Canada)
Black Magic
Boci (Hungary)
Blue Riband
Bono(Brazil)
Breakaway
Butterfinger
Butterfinger BB’s
Butterfinger Crisp
Bon Pari (Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary)
Cailler
Caramac
Carlos V
Chips Ahoy! (Canada)
Coffee Crisp
Chunky
Drifter
Frigor
Galak/Milkybar
Goobers
Heaven
Hercules Bars (with Disney)
Icebreakers
Kit Kat (Hershey’s in the US)
Lion
Matchmakers
Milky Bar
Mirage
Joff
Munchies
Nestlé Alpine White
Nestlé with Almonds
Nestlé Crunch
Nestlé Crunch Crisp
Nestlé Crunch with Caramel
Nestlé Crunch with Peanuts
Nestlé Crunch Pieces
Nestlé Crunch White
Nestlé Milk Chocolate
Nestlé Princessa
Nestlé Wonder Ball
Nips
Nuts (Europe)
Oh Henry (except US)
Peppermint Crisp
Perugina Baci
Polo
Quality Street
Raisinets
Rolo (Hershey’s in the US)
Rowntrees

Fruit Pastilles
Jelly Tots
Pick & Mix
Randoms
Fruit Gums
Tooty Frooties
Juicy Jellies
Snowcaps

Smarties
Texan Bar
Toffee Crisp
Toll House cookies
Turtles
Walnut Whip
Violet Crumble
Yorkie
XXX mints

Petcare

Alpo
Beneful
Cat Chow
Dog Chow
Fancy Feast
Felix
Friskies
Go Cat
Butchers
Bakers
Winalot
Gourmet
Mighty Dog
Mon Petit
ONE
Pro Plan
Purina
Tidy Cats

Along with Nestlé, Unilever is one of the world’s largest conglomerates in the world, with a yearly revenue of 60 Billion dollars. Yes, Billion. One billion is a thousand times one million. While Unilever owns a great number of brands selling personal care products, it is also the world’s largest maker of ice cream, with brands such as Popsicle, Klondike, Ocean Spray ice cream, Slim Fast ice cream, Breyers, Starbucks and Ben & Jerry’s. Here’s a list of other foods and beverages produced by Unilver.

Ades or Adez — soya-based drinks
Alsa — desserts and syrups
Amora — French mayonnaise and dressings
Amino — dehydrated soup (Poland)
Annapurna — salt and wheat flour (India)
Becel — also known as Flora/Promise; health-aware: margarine, spreads, cooking oil, milk, fermented milk
Ben & Jerry’s — ice cream
Best Foods — mayonnaise, sandwich spreads, peanut butter and salad dressings
BiFi — sausage-based snacks (The Netherlands — Germany)
Blue Band — family-aware: margarine, bread, cream alternatives
Bovril — beef extract
Breyers — ice cream
Brooke Bond — tea
Bru — instant coffee (India)
Brummel & Brown — margarine
Bushells — tea (Australia, New Zealand)
Calvé — sauces, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, peanut butter
Chicken Tonight — Wet sauces range (excl UK & IE)
Choysa — tea, marketed mainly in Australia and New Zealand
Conimex — Asian spices (Netherlands)
Colman’s — mustard,condiments, packet sauces & OK Fruity Sauce
Continental — side dishes
Country Crock — margarine
Darko (Дарко) — ice cream (Bulgaria)
Delma — margarine (Poland)
Du Darfst (Germany)
Elmlea — Pourable artificial cream available in different varieties (UK)
Fanacoa — Mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup (Argentina and for export to Latin America)
Flora — margarine, light butter, jams
Fruco — ketchup, mayonnaise and condiments
Fudgsicle
Heartbrand — ice cream (umbrella logo)
Hellmann’s — mayonnaise
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter — margarine spread
Imperial Margarine — margarine
Jif Lemon & Lime Juice
Kasia — margarine (Poland)
Kecap Bango — soya sauce in Indonesia
Kissan — Ketchups Squashes and Jams (India and Pakistan)
Klondike — Ice cream sandwiches
Knorr (Knorr-Suiza in Argentina) — sauces, stock cubes, ready-meals, meal kits, ready-soups, frozen food range
Lady’s Choice — mayonnaise, peanut butter and sandwich spreads (Philippines, Malaysia)
Lan-Choo — tea (Australia/New Zealand)

Lao Cai Seasoning
Lipton — tea
Lyons — tea
Lipton Ice Tea — ready-to-drink tea (partnership with PepsiCo)
Lizano Sauce (Salsa Lizano) — Costa Rican condiment
Lyons’ — tea (Ireland)
Maille — French mustard
Maizena — corn starch
Marmite — yeast extract spread (except in Australia and New Zealand, called Our Mate)
McCollins — tea (Peru)
Mrs. Filbert’s — margarine (USA)
Paddle pop — Ice cream (Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia [incorporated with Wall's])
Pfanni — Bavarian potato mixes
Peperami — Sausage snacks
PG Tips — tea (UK)
Phase — cooking oil
Planta — margarine
Popsicle — Frozen treats
Pot Noodle — cup noodles
Promise — Becel/Flora
Ragú — pasta sauces (Exl. UK & IE)
Rama — margarine
Royal — pastas (Philippines)
Royco — stock cubes, non-MSG stock (only in Indonesia)
Red Rose Tea — tea (Canada)
Sana — Margarine (Turkey)
Saga — tea (Poland)
Sariwangi — tea (Indonesia)
Scottish Blend — tea
Skippy — peanut butter
Slim•Fast — diet products
Slotts — mustard (Sweden)
Sunce (Sun) — Mayonnaise (Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro) brand now discontinued, Sunce factory now produces Uniliver brand Knor Mayonnaise
Stork margarine
Streets (ice cream) (Australia/New Zealand)
Tortex — ketchup (Poland)
Turun sinappi — mustard (Finland/Sweden)
Unilever Food Solutions — professional markets (food service)
Unox — soups, smoked sausages
Vaqueiro — cooking margarine, cooking oil
Wall’s ice cream
Wheel (detergent)
Wish-Bone salad dressing

The brands owned by Coca-Cola are too numerous to list but you might already know that the company has a stronghold on sugary drinks across the world, whether we look at soft-drinks, juices or energy drinks.

The owners of these companies are not only businessmen but participants in elite forums such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg group. They have a say in the forming of social and economic policies across the world.

With funding coming directly from these conglomerates, we have another proof that the WHO is not truly attempting to make the world a healthier place. It is rather shaping the world’s health according to the interests and the Agenda of the world elite. Do you really need an international organization to help you stay healthy? Simply staying of the toxic foods sold by those who fund the WHO is an incredibly good start.

Here’s an article on the WHO receiving money from major junk-food distributors.

World Health Organisation ‘taking cash handouts from Coca-Cola to plug black holes in budget’

  • The Pan American office has accepted $50,000 from Coca-Cola, $150,000 from Nestle and $150,000 from Unilever
  • It has also been relying on the food and beverage industry for advice on how to fight obesity

The World Health Organisation has taken thousands of pounds from food companies such as Coca-Cola and Nestle.

A regional WHO office has also taken donations from Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Unilever, according to a study.

The Pan American office – known as PAHO – has received £35,000 in donations from Coca-Cola, £100,000 from  Nestle and a similar amount from Unilever.

The WHO is the public health arm of the UN and fights chronic ailments such as diabetes and heart disease, caused primarily by unhealthy diets.

The Pan American Health Organisation has also been relying on the food and beverage industry for advice on how to fight obesity.

Accepting industry funding goes against WHO’s worldwide policies.

The Pan American office – known as PAHO, based in Washington – has so far accepted $50,000 from Coca-Cola, the world’s largest beverage company, $150,000 from Nestle, the world’s largest food company, and $150,000 from Unilever, whose brands include Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Popsicles.

The cash donations were described by Irene Klinger, a senior adviser for partnerships in PAHO, as ‘a new way of doing business.’ However, she insisted WHO is careful to maintain control of its policy decisions.

WHO is increasingly relying on ‘partnerships’ with the industry, instead of maintaining neutrality like it always has done, to fill holes in its budget. However, it still refuses to partner with the tobacco industry.

Since 2010 WHO has cut its own funding for chronic disease programs by 20 per cent. These diseases cause 63 per cent of premature deaths worldwide, but the WHO department in charge of fighting them receives just six percent of the UN’s budget.

Boyd Swinburn, an Australian professor and longtime member of WHO’s nutrition advisory committees, said: ‘WHO is getting hijacked. They’re cash-strapped, and they’re bringing the private sector in. That’s very dangerous.’

However, Jorge Casimiro, Coca-Cola’s director of international government relations and public affairs, said: ‘It’s about the convergence of the interests. What we’re trying to say is we’re ready to take action. We’re companies who want to do this. We’re ready to go.’

Meanwhile, Coca-Cola has also placed a top official on the steering board for WHO’s Pan American Forum for Action on Non-Communicable Diseases, a group that helps determine how WHO fights obesity in Mexico.

WHO’s Geneva headquarters and five other regional offices have been stopped from accepting money from the food and soda industries, among others.

Spokesman Gregory Härtl said: ‘If such conflicts of interest were perceived to exist, or actually existed, this would jeopardize WHO’s ability to set globally recognized and respected standards and guidelines.’

It has also emerged that at least two of specially appointed nutrition advisers working on behalf of WHO had direct financial ties to the food industry.

Murray Skeaff, a New Zealand professor, received research money from Unilever, the conglomerate with $60 billion sales last year.

Esté Vorster, a South African professor, advised a sugar association and took travel and ‘after hours’ money to judge a contest for Nestle. Vorster said she does not participate in discussing the sugar guideline.
- Source: Daily Mail



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90 Comments to “The World Health Organization is Taking Cash Handouts from Junk Food Giants”

  1. Mondo says:

    O…M…G!

    • Savannah says:

      GMO. ;P

    • Simone says:

      Look, don't say O..M..G! Two possibilities of fight: or you carry out a manifestation against these procedures or start now tilling a vegetable mining, create edible animals and live on the edge of the river or beach if you prefer, and become a healthy person. That's it!

  2. Haarp says:

    amazing article

  3. Commentario says:

    This is a can of worms. One the one hand, you have undue influence of the US FDA etcetera and on the other you have a vastly decreased infant mortality rate from vaccinations. Criticisms need to be very well aimed.

    • shell says:

      As far as dropping infant mortality rates, correlation does not equal causation and there are many, many documented problems with vaccines. If not, this bureaucratic arm of the govt would not exist… .http://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/index.html They pay a good chunk of money to families whose children were hurt from vaccines. And other people like Bill Gates and John F. May, the World Bank’s leading demographer from 1992 to 2012 both refer to vaccines as tools for controlling population.

    • Gabe says:

      But it's purposely made confusing. Infant mortality rates in the US are among the highest of the wealthiest nations. In the US by age 2 infants have had up to 20 injections. In Japan by age 2 infants have received up to 9 injections. Japan has the lowest infant mortality rate among wealthy nations. In fact until 1995 no child in Japan under the age of 2 was allowed any vaccinations. In the 50's when the Polio vaccine was introduced it was deemed a huge success. But what they failed to inform the public about was that they had in fact changed the definition of the Polio disease itself. If you look at that same time period suddenly Meningitis cases skyrocketed. You can't trust most vaccine studies because many are financed and published by Big Pharma and don't take into account long term ramifications. Mercury in vaccines is safe? Then why are some pharmaceutical companies losing Autism lawsuits? Look at the connections between Big corporations and the WHO. It's very similar to the connections between the FDA and Monsanto.

    • kb says:

      ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha and you have pepsicola company taking over the aquifer in Kathmandu and forcing the local people to buy back their own drinking water in plastic bottles………

      just love you nwo idiot trolls….

  4. peas n love says:

    Wow. Nestle owns the world.

  5. This is only the beg says:

    This is not shocking news at all, let me tell you a story from real experience with these WHO – organization peoples…

    For a few months ago when I was a part of a one year study of the UN we actually visited Genève. Genève is an elite city who is famous for it's many humane – organizations, it is after all called "The United Nations in the Heart of Europe".

    We visited many organizations and members of the UN such as the World Health Organization.

    After a several hour of meeting at WHO where the spokeswoman (more or less like all these organizations) glorified WHO's works and it's function, I couldn't help but to notice something very strange. This very building, the very headquarter of WHO, sold coca cola and other snacks at the catering!!!! (An example fitting this article)

    I found this very interesting and at the end of the meeting when we the audience could ask questions I brought up this question. She began to smile while others laughed a little as well. I waited a few more seconds and she replied that she also thought that was strange and didn't have any real answer for this.

    Me – "Then how about the vaccines WHO are providing many poor countries with, is it possible to get the names of them and what they contain?"

    Her – "You can always check our website for information regarding our vaccines etc etc… "

    Me – " Yeah, I already checked your website (I lied) but it's not very detailed, so since I'm here I thought it could be possible to maybe get some documents about this for me and my classmates."

    She promised me that she would find such information about this. After the meeting I never saw her again while we got led out of the building by some other people (more or less).

    So in the end: None of my questions got answered, she just smiled and laughed… at them, while my fellow classmates smiled as well without thinking too much about it.

    Ps: I also found out that many interesting families such as the Rockefellers actually lends large pieces of land to UN where they have their buildings on. You heard me, not a gift but lends…

    Which means if f.ex The Rockefellers is not pleased with UN they technically could kick them out from Genéve… So yes, UN was and never will be neutral.

    If you want to know anything more about more regarding that trip/ or my view about the UN in general, just ask me.

    • This is only the beg says:

      Sorry for my typos and grammar but…

      That comment suddenly turned into a race of personal thoughts and memories, I simply forgot to check my text for such mistakes…

    • Lucy says:

      Agreed. The WHO is just a tentacle of the Satanic U.N., whose one and only goal is World Domination through depopulation programs. Be it unproven and unsafe vaccines, GM Foods, Chemtrails, poisoned water, psychotropic drugs, the destruction of all organic foods (Monsanto), or the means to manage your own health (vitamins will be illegal or at the very least in such small doses that they are ineffectual) the worlds population is under extreme assault.

      Codex Alimentarius is the Plan for all Humanity that is designed to make you weak, sickly and easily controllable. And, the FDA (Federal Death Administration) is just an NWO temporary employment agency for Big Pharma reps. who carry out their agenda while the sheeple believe they are being protected.

      The FDA must be abolished. The Satanic U.N. along with it's many off-shoots must be abolished. Nothing, nothing these organizations do is for the betterment of Mankind.

      Get off your knees FDA and stop sucking Big Pharma dick!

    • kb says:

      they should all wear jackets like at NASCAR, displaying the corporate donors and advertisers…….

    • Godozo says:

      Your comment on the UN agencies "borrowing" the land that their buildings sit on makes me think that I may be right about one thought that I have:

      The UN and its extension agencies aren't so much supposed to be the face of the New World Order, but are the facade to be focused on. Everyone rages against the UN Machine; meanwhile the REAL machinery gets built with both support and funding from the people who think they're doing what they want.

      And when the machinery is ready…the UN is cast aside. People will cheer as they line up to get marked on their right hand and/or their forehead.

      Again, take with a bucketfull of salt.

      • This is only the beg says:

        I agree with you that UN is one of many "mirrors" which the elite wants us to focus our rage and time on…

        Unfortunately, most things created by man during this era is simply an illusion of something much bigger.

        I dare even say that the infamous 13 bloodlines families as well is a prime example of this. So if that's true, what kind of family/people would be above even these ones?

        I wish I had the answer.

      • Chi says:

        In response to who's above the 13 bloodlines, I'd say Satan. After all, he's who they worship. The families are just symbolic of the force that is pushing globalization so the Anti-Christ can arrive.

    • stranger says:

      how did you become part of the research for this?

      • Only The Beginning says:

        Reply to stranger

        Instead of immediately beginning with studies after, high school I found a school in Norway (yes, I live in Norway by the way) where they had a one year study of the UN. I knew such a year would only give me some knowledge and slightly improving my points, whilst not actually giving me a job when done. I sent a request to the school with my grades and also my one year work I had done during the last year of high – school ( A work about torture used as a political weapon in today's society. A work I got very good scores for which I believe was for the wrong reasons. I simply wrote the stuff I knew the ones giving me the grade for it would accept as "the truth". Ops, sorry, that's another story. Still relevant of how I was lucky enough to become a part of this UN – group)

        Anyways back to the topic: Already back then was I what people would consider a conspiracy – nut, so why did I waste a year on something/ UN studies if I didn't believe in it?

        First off: This was a great chance to actually face the reality (in this case the reality of the UN) instead of just reading about it. Even if I got "lectured" about stuff I (sometimes) thought was propaganda I also learned more about other countries (in the past and in the present), how fantastic some of the people in the UN who actually works in the field works (those who on a daily bases saves human lives). Even if UN's true intentions is a lie there's a lot of people there who actually believes in their works and have saved many lives (At the same time, the leaders of the UN is continuing with their corrupt works.)

        Secondly: The different trips, especially the Géneve trip showed me the true colors of the ones controlling the UN.

        Of course is there so much more to talk about regarding the UN but I hope I answered your question somehow ,even though I added a few more details.

        Ps: Changed the name to Only The Beginning since it's the name I will use in the VC Message Boards

    • Christine Britz says:

      Good Afternoon – I have just read your response in relation to WHO – please foward more info to me at the following email address: christine.britz@gauteng.gov.za or munchqt@gmail.com

  6. Sister soul says:

    Nothing is what is seems anymore. This whole life we are living is a complete joke. Thank you for bringing all these things to our attention.

  7. Commentario says:

    Nothing is ever what it seems. You undertake to live with your eyes open and take responsibility for *every* aspect of your existence. If you act like a sheep it's 'cos you refuse to see. If you want to get off the carousel, it's up to you. People lie to themselves so you can be sure they'll lie to you.

  8. Sugary says:

    "World Health Organization" is a misnomer. It would more accurately be called the "World Sickness Organization".

    Great article VC

  9. FemaleDriver says:

    Dear VC, I love your site and I visit it on a daily basis. My english is quite good in reading, speaking and writing, and most of your articles I understand solidly, but sometimes I just need a few more of your sentences for example regarding this article. I believe american phraze it something like dumb it down :D. I hope you don't get me wrong. It is just a language barierr. Other than that, you have a great amount of admiration from me.

    sincerely FD

  10. Farmer Joe says:

    As long as your seeds aren't from Monsanto, Nestle and the others don't own your own personal garden!

  11. otto says:

    Man needs a minimum of goods to live his short pilgrimage on earth and save his soul, but a food and money shortage can cause terrible and inhuman situations.

    Illegitimi non carborundum,veritas vos liberabit.God can shield you.

  12. Fleurdamour says:

    RE: these two egregious paragraphs:

    "The cash donations were described by Irene Klinger, a senior adviser for partnerships in PAHO, as ‘a new way of doing business.’ However, she insisted WHO is careful to maintain control of its policy decisions.

    WHO is increasingly relying on ‘partnerships’ with the industry, instead of maintaining neutrality like it always has done, to fill holes in its budget."

    This is not a 'new way of doing business,' it's a reversion to the oldest way of doing business in the world, via bribes, corruption, fraud and kickbacks.

  13. Very good article VC.

    "Outside the limit of our sight, feeding off us, perched on top of

    us, from birth to death, are our owners ! Our owners !

    T.H.E.Y have us. T.H.E.Y control us ! T.H.E.Y are our masters !

    Wake up ! They're all about you ! All around you !"

    http://www.TheyLiveandWeSleep.com

  14. Alejandro says:

    What does it mean, then, that Ben and Jerry's supported the Occupy movement?
    http://www.benjerry.com/activism/occupy-movement/

  15. marcher says:

    Im sorry, but this is crap. What you eat has little to do with health. The biggest determinants of health are income inequality (99% vs 1%) and where you fit on the social hierarchy. The WHO is all about marketing and propaganda. They've been taking handouts for way too long.

    • gnome says:

      "What you eat has little to do with health"??..what? It has everything to do with health :/

      • Happy123 says:

        So true Gnome. It's sad people are so blind…

      • Lola says:

        A big reason why people with low income have poor health is because they have little to no access to these healthy foods nor do they have the money to buy them. It is a lot more affordable to feed a family of 4 from the 99 cent menu at McDonalds than it is to go buy all-natural food at whole foods.

      • klm says:

        Lola it's ignorance and laziness. Sometimes of course we want to have a treat, so we'll pay a visit to MacDonald's. However, you can make burgers from scratch, which is easy peasy, using good quality mince meat with much less money. It cost less than going to the fast food chains and the quality is superb.

    • Nicolynn says:

      Seriously? … it has NOTHING to do with (99% and their 1%). Food stamps cover fruits and vegetables as does WIC now. My mom barely makes over minimum wage and makes it her business to live off almonds, almond butter, dates, romaine lettuce, extra virgin olive oil, and watermelon, sometimes eggs (cage-free organic), rarely chicken (organic chicken that she seasons and bakes herself), sometimes wild Alaskan salmon when it's on sale… I mean, that's her diet 6 days out of the week (explains why i had to move away from her xD it was frustrating).

      That's what she ate when we were on food stamps, that's what she eats now that she's off them.

      If you want to eat healthy, you'll find a way, money has nothing to do with it. Money rarely does, the question, is always how far are you willing to go to get what you want?

  16. theseeker says:

    What a no-surprise. Thanks for the detailed information anyway, just proves what I thought.

    • Lola says:

      Income plays a big role in determining whether people buy fresh fruits and vegetables as well. I believe it is a combination of both ignorance and income. I have a lot of experience working with low-income families from different nationalities and have seen a direct correlation between their income and the quality of the foods they eat, mostly because pre-packaged, canned foods are a lot cheaper to purchase than natural foods.

  17. Patson says:

    None of this is shocking for people who are aware of the ultimate hidden agenda of the Elite….the NWO. What I also would like to say that is there is nothing wrong with the world becoming one big family. After all, we are all children of one ALMIGHTY GOD! The only problem is that the agenda is being done by the wrong people, in the wrong way and for the wrong reasons!!

  18. AD says:

    this is why America's Healthcare is BS!

  19. Miss Lambert says:

    Here I go boycotting Nestlé water after learning how and where they acquire it, to find out that they own my cereal, Honey Nut Cheerios. It's hard to take a stand when they own everything you touch.

    • whatever says:

      Just make an effort to choose the best Nestle products… stay away from the more sh*tty ones……

      It is what it is, Nestle owns the planet right now…. and we have to deal with it the best way possible…

      Nobody will suffer an instant fatality by eating some mutli-grain Cheerios.

      You know what's worse than eating these processed foods? Not eating anything at all! If we starved, THAT would be a real problem!! Let's console ourselves with these facts. LOL

    • starving says:

      what is really safe what do i eat????

  20. whatever says:

    This reminds me of the H1N1 flu situation that happened a few years ago.

    Nobody gave sh*t about the "WHO" or what they had to say.

    Practically nobody got vaccinated and we all turned out fine.

    At the end of the day, people do whatever they freak they want. The "WHO" remains irrelevant. Let the "WHO" get their coins from Pepsi or Coca-Cola or Doritos potato chips. Let them even partner with the tobacco industry, next.

    We live in a world that's very corrupt.

    Just do the best you can to take care of yourself with what you have. Go with your gut feeling.

    • stranger says:

      This is easy to say once you are aware, but think about how many people are not aware.. of anything…. AT ALL… that's what happens when your born into ignorance and sadly most people are born this way.

  21. Brittany says:

    Well to make matters worse, the food companies are now trying to make it illegal to collect rain water and have your own garden in some states. In some states you can go to jail for talking bad about processed foods in McDonalds, or the genetically modified vegetables. You can't take pictures of a company slaughters the cows or shows how they make the food & what they put in it, because it is so called "terrorism"and they don't want anyone to poison it. When they are in fact poisoning it themselves.

  22. classicist says:

    Thank God am in africa,I can plant wat I want where I want and how I want….until we get to a developed worlds,nestle can't own my food

  23. Camidria says:

    I recently became livid when I saw that with the Whole-mart Mass-mart deal, a lot of our products in SA are steadily being changed, some beverages for example are being imported that has high fructose corn syrup in them. Also when Pyotts was bought out by bakers they changed all the products recipes! I was livid beyond words about that! Because all of a sudden a good product by Pyotts was now a crap artificial one by Bakers!

    Therefore me and my husband started to slowly transition into making things ourselves or buying more products from health shops (very expensive but luckily we still have them).

    Call me a health nut, but making almost everything ourselves to combat all the junk that is added to our foods is slowly becoming the only option, luckily in SA we still have a few innovative companies that is starting to sell products with little or no preservatives or colorants. (Like Eureka flour, stone ground flour.) If I find these products I rather buy them until they become unavailable or 'corrupted by crap'.

    We are juicing our own fruit juices, making our own Mayonnaise, and will soon be baking our own bread and making our own pasta as well.

    We are also going to put up a Hydroponic garden where you basically just feed the fish and the plants grow like crazy (look it up).

    Yes, I know it sounds like a lot of hassle and yes I understand that for some it might take some time, but with the right tools and the will to look after your health, it really isn't that hard to live with a healthy lifestyle.

  24. Here's Johnny! says:

    Dualism People…

    DUALISM….the magick word!

    Had it not been for the GMO's we would have not reached the 7 billion mark today.

    Millions and millions of people would have been dead in Africa, India, Central Asia , China and South East Asia, had it not been for the Genetically modified Seeds given by WHO…

    Many parts of Africa might have resorted to cannibalism had it not been for the GMO's and produce surpluses….and innovation in farming (insecticides, Genetically modified seeds, irrigation systems and road networks).

    See …thats why the mystery schools focus so much on dualism…

    Everything is good and bad at the same time….

    Sure we have diabetes and heart diseases….

    but atleast we dont have great famines which killed millions….

    • Syrus Magistus says:

      Yeah, except these same motherfuckers are withholding tons of technology which can solve all the world's problems, especially famine, and pushing this bullshit solution which will ultimately lead to brutal totalitarianism. Fuck dualism. That's just pseudo-intellectual masturbation for the sociopathic headcases, the kind of people who would claim they are "above good and evil": Complete monsters in other words. You don't need to accept the bad with the good; we just do because we're aimless and noncommittal as a society.

      But you're right about one thing: The Illuminati BELIEVE in that shit you just talked about. They think doing extreme good and extreme bad are spiritually balanced, like donating millions at a time to charities and then orchestrating genocide. You would do well to bear in mind that we are not dealing with sane people. In the Jungian sense, their behavior is the archetypal shadow of ours. In more concrete terms, this civilization's collective dissonance creates vacuums where nigh infinite degeneracy flourishes, like the mold overtaking those items in the back of your refrigerator as the months go on. Hey, it's not our fault as people. We inherited these issues from our ancestors. All one can do is try to take the proportionate responsibility for this mess, and practicing mental backflips doesn't accomplish that.

      Even the technology aside (you better bet your ass it's out there), there is such a gross mismanagement of resources on this planet. I don't blame you for being wrong. There's an even worse sequestration of knowledge taking place. People CANNOT make fully educated decisions in this environment. That ignorance extends the cycle of abuse indefinitely. I hope you can get what I'm trying to convey here.

      • Here's Johnny! says:

        There is great wisdom in evil.

        Ponder on that thought…

        God has created hyenas , perfectly made to crunch bones and rip flesh.

        God has made cobras, vultures , sharks and carnivores…

        There is a reason….to create balance.

        God works through dualism…

        He is both kind and benevolent and also absurdly evil…

        God is two faced.

        It is present everywhere…

        As long as you live in this world ….the world created by the demiurge…the great artist and the great architect…you will be.

        Accept the evil, embrace it

        Drink the cup of poison…and now look at this world…

        'In yes and no lie all the answers to all questions"

        Dualism …..is.

      • klm says:

        Johnny you analyzed it a lot. I think maybe something evil stirs your thoughts. Now, there are only 2 options in life. You want to be with God and be in the book of life forever or you prefer to be with the devils and suffer in eternity? There are no ifs or buts in this case, everything is crystal clear. Believe and don't investigate, or possible don't allow wicked spirits bait you.

      • klm says:

        Corinthians21 do as you wish. I'd rather concentrate on myself and my shortcomings. And it's klm, l/L the 12th letter of the alphabet, not i/I.

      • Syrus Magistus says:

        I can appreciate what you're trying to say, but wisdom is not analogous to truth in the metaphysical sense. What you're saying is founded on a Gnostic (Luciferian(?)) stricture, but it's fiction. The Bible its intended to counterbalance is fiction too. Two fallacies do not a create fact. I'm not sure exactly what's going on with this planet's whacked history, but people who are alive now are being used as pawns to recite some antiquated psychodrama that's done incalculable harm to what I would consider to be innocent, undeserving people. It's medieval.

        What the world needs now, and what you and I need too, is simply unconditional love. I'm not sure if you can properly appreciate the gravity of that statement. We can't strip away our own involvement in the equation of life, just because it's more convenient and hands-free to put the responsibility in the hands of some supernal soviet union. This is our world and our history unfolding now, and our actions decide whether it is a good and just place to live.

        It doesn't HAVE to be black and white. Life is full of colors. It isn't inherently evil, but the choice of experience persists because it carries more weight for us to choose to love consciously. I don't know if you're grown-up enough to appreciate what I'm about to say completely, but this life is what we make of it. Blaming God doesn't help anything. For all intents and purposes, WE are The Infinite Creator. Just because tradition dictates a certain view of reality not make that right.

        Questioning authority isn't just about sticking it to some imperfect architect. It's also making sure our brothers and sisters are pulling the wool over our eyes, so to speak. Bad things can and do happen, but we're supposed to learn from our mistakes so that we don't repeat the same lessons. Do I think it's written into space-time fabric that suffering is inescapable? No. I think it depends a lot on how stubborn we're willing to be in the face of common sense. So don't give me that bullshit about God.

        If people hurt you, then stop them or get away somehow. If you hurt people, stop. It's really that simple. I don't see any ethereal asshole deities making life unpleasant. Maybe they're there, but every time I look, I see flesh-and-blood people doing those things I abhor, not God. And I don't believe "evil" has been programmed into the fabric of nature either.

        And Michael, you have a point but it really isn't fair put down the Mystery Schools ubiquitously. They really aren't all like that. Only a handful of them are detrimental to our society and way of life. Their role has been to enrich our human spirituality historically. It isn't inherently evil, as I have said before, and they're really not a monolith. People should understand their world enough in order to question the perceived reality. The underlying idea is to make you think about your life a different way by flipping things around in your mind, but we have a twisted legacy to deal with as well that comes down from some remote collapse of civilization that's been ritualized with time and enfolded into bigger and bigger messes. I don't want to make light of how terrible the cult activity surrounding the present crisis have been, but we're people not cartoon characters. It's sort of a mixed bag, in other words. It didn't have to be, and it doesn't now, but that's the reality we're now faced with.

      • junkfoodintoxicated says:

        a men god bless our souls

    • Michael says:

      Millions of people would be dead? The whole reason people are starving in all those places is because of the foreign abuse and gross miss-management of their resources. If Africa’s natural resources weren’t being plundered by the west so heavily maybe they might have built themselves some decent infrastructure. According to De Beers diamonds are pretty valuable. So GMO’s keep more people alive but they have a shorter unhealthy life span? If they are going to force GMO’s upon the world so be it, but they should practice what they preach and set a good example for the rest of us. The mystery schools are full of a bunch of elite morons who confuse arrogance with wisdom. Comparing wild animals that balance the food chain through predation is far different than what the Illuminati do. They revel in perversion and I think they have embraced enough evil for all of us. Why don’t you take your dualism and embrace the good side of it for a change instead of spreading your “wisdom in evil” diatribe. Fidelio are you using a fake name?

      • Syrus Magistus says:

        His name is a reference to The Shining, where some ax crazy guy terrorizes his wife with a hatchet and she slices him. It's not the sort of internet handle that inspires faith in one's sanity, to be perfectly clear. My name is also fake, but it's a reference to Apollonian philosophy and Hermeticism, as well as being the name of a fictional character. It sort of means "Wisdom of the Sun" in a bastardized way. My real name isn't a real secret, but you might have to Google search it a little first. I'm Tristan.

      • Cornithians21 says:

        Let's be realistic now.

        Human history is our record.

        Wishful thinking, utopian pipe dreams….I love them too.

        A world based upon respect, love and acceptance, where mankind helps one another to reach the highest states of consciousness……

        But the world doesn't work that way…….it just doesn't.

        In every human being , there are brain areas called amygdala,prefrontal cortex and the dopamine incentive system…..every human being is same and different at the same time.

        Some get their highs from helping mankind, some get there highs from hurting mankind.

        The mystery schools , want a new world order , where religion and it's related stupidities could be put aside, old cultures and traditions to be sidelined and a new consensus developed.

        It's easier to say in words…..but is very very difficult to achieve.

        All religions are perversions of ancient mysteries , philosophies and astro theology.

        As far as Africa getting rich..l.

        Look what happened in Liberia…

        Slaves were freed from the west, and a new nation crafted for them….." Liberia"

        What did they do…with their new freedom..?

        They became slave traders as well…and developed huge slave holding cells and infrastructure …

        Man is man…..embrace it….

      • Syrus Magistus says:

        One final note: Statistically speaking, our friend is some armchair sort of occultist and/or an Internet troll. Getting all Eyes-Wide-Shut on his ass might just be pushing it but hey, if I get the right to be heavy-handed and a little prosaic then so does everyone. Just sort of prefacing any further chatter. Not that what I just said applies to anyone else in particular!

      • klm says:

        Corinthians said something interesting for a change. Some people get their highs by helping others even if they don't feel like it. It's an adrenaline rush from what I heard. So they might as well want to help others out of their own selfishness.

      • Michael says:

        Finally some intelligent individuals in which to have a civil conversation with. I know his "Shining" name is fake but there's a troll named Fidelio who goes around preaching his sympathies for the Illuminati death march/dualism. And I don't hold everyone in the mysteries accountable for the world's troubles only a few. I was just expressing a little frustration over the whole "wisdom in evil" comments. Although Johnny says such things a have a hard time believing he would actually go around committing the acts of evil he seems to promote. As for the mystery schools doing away with religion I don't particularly buy that train of thought. They will replace it with their own religion be it Luciferianism, Gnosticism, or some other belief system. They want control and religion can and has been used in a major way to gain it. I know humanity is flawed but I find the corporate fascism being forced down our throats hard to swallow. Our history does look rather bleak but we should learn from our mistakes not repeat them. A Utopian world based on love may be wishful thinking but I would rather fail striving for it than the alternative. Which you can read about in Orwell's 1984. And finally Liberia based their government system on the US system which doesn't exactly lend itself to true democracy when you consider elections, lobbying, corporate interference, etc. Surely they were heavily influenced by the Imperial Powers as well. Personally I look to previous African prosperity like the Mali Empire and the golden age of Timbuktu as better examples.

      • Syrus Magistus says:

        Oh, so he seems to be a troll you know already. Makes sense. Not sure if it's important, but Luciferianism IS Gnostic. That's why it's called Gnostic Luciferianism. They are distinct from Gnostic Christians in that they believe in an inversion of the bible, wherein Lucifer is the hero and Yahweh is the villain. Considering what a huge dick he was in the regular bible, I'd be inclined to agree with them if I were the kind to believe in crudely plagiarized stone age fairy tales.

        The Luciferians are supposedly pagans who were brutalized by the catholic church and became psycho. Then they took over the Vatican and became bankers. There's thirteen main families from Europe and their legions of brainwashed bastard children, all of them supposedly bearing the gene for sociopathy. This is a modern form of mythology of course; we don't actually know very much about these very evil asshats in the objective sense, just that they believe in genocidal esoteric bullshit as a sort of cosmic counterbalance to the genocidal dogmatic bullshit that "the unwashed masses" believe in.

        They practice grisly human sacrificial rituals and celebrate weird bozo holidays where instead of giving presents and eating good meals, they abuse each other almost like it's goin' out of style. Then they appear in public and on the world stage mostly as philanthropists, community leaders, and mildly charismatic entertainers, of course alongside the aforementioned legion of mind-slaves strategically placed on every level of society like "sleeper cells" for some coming apocalypse where the Antichrist returns and makes it all go in their favor.

        Spiritually, they believe that in the days of Atlantis they were taught by proto-Egyptian "macrocosmic entities" to practice the extremes of positive and negative behavior, like feeding the hungry and then orchestrating a massacre or some useless bloody struggle, often corresponding to some pagan calendar period to maximize the "magickal potency". They also believe in something called "Radiant Mind Energy" which is like psychic powers and ESP, so they teach their members to use this alongside other arcane rituals to control weaker beings, either enslaving them or making them "strong".

        I'm not making any of this up; you can find it all in the public domain too. Just poke around.

    • poisoned by junkfood says:

      we still have famine diseases plagues, they did not have to genetically alter food just spent money on indoor gardening and distribution instead of experiments and marketing and addint addictive brain altering crap to the masses yeah to do the right thing with not expecting anything in return, How abot introducing sustainble farming and teach everyone how to do and maintain. por people afford junk while organic is accesible to the rich. theres no dualism is one sided manipulation you go eat that crap and see how you fare well. steel farmers land in every country so there are no choices tax them so high so they cant profit and sell your honey to the rest of the bees. you know its true dont bee such a drone

  25. Marozia says:

    Come on guys, what do you expect? These junk food companies make megabucks, we all know this. WHO is only cashing in. Not only that, WHO is also putting fake nutrition information on all of these foods. How many cereals have we seen that are full of sugar, but saying that it's full of fibre and protein. I usually stick to generic brand rolled oats as they have less sugars and salts and more high fibres, raw, dark honey and raw milk. We also have home-grown spinach and beetroot, make our own pickled onions and pickled vegies. I'm sure WHO thinks I'm the enemy.

    WHO is an illuminati-based and bought organisation and filled with all their people. What do you expect? They've been taking kickbacks for years from the junk food companies.

  26. GrowingUp31 says:

    Satanic or not, money is the king. Everybody has their price. It all comes down on how much and whether you know your price or not. If you don't know it, you're in serious trouble. People are able to manipulate you easily. Knowing your price helps to maintain your integrity because you know your weakness and therefore you are able to work on yourself.

    • NoWool says:

      @ GrowingUp31

      I see your keen observation on the current state of humanity, however not everyone bows to "money" as king…..most don't realize or see the attempt of convincing us that a piece of paper is worth more than our values, morals, beliefs, and sometimes soul. People can manipulate others…but only if the receivers are open to it, not sure enough of themselves so as to open themselves to be "led" to what is acceptable / "normal" to the world today. We all have weaknesses, yes.. we are human, but not everyone succumbs to them. The above being said, I can see why you think that way though……..

      • GrowingUp31 says:

        @NoWool

        I guess for most people life is hard to continue if they do not have money and therefore, the fear of having no money keeps them in a prison. Sort of. I'm just talking generally here, but people work like mad because basically they don't want to be poor or perceived to be poor. Plenty of people are having debts (especially with credit card companies) because they spend more than they have just to show the world that they are not poor.

        There are those who are not easily manipulated, and I admire them for their strength. But unfortunately, many are still easily manipulated.

  27. VC advocate says:

    I dont know if i'm the first on to say this but this storm sandy is a bit worry to me. It first landed in jamaica, my country and the unusual path it took surprised me at first (it started from below the island). 41 people in the caribbean have died so far and is heading for the U.S. mainland. It seems strange the media especially the U.S. media is calling it a frankenstorm. Since Holloween and the U.S. elections are close to the pagan dates on the calender, could anyone including VC or any of my truth seeking colleaguesout there shed some light on samhain (holloween) and this storm which is about to hit the U.S. This just seems out of the ordinary. PLEASE RESPOND!!!!!!!!

  28. Kimchi says:

    Until people are willing to take responsibility for their health and stop wasting their money on this kind of food, these companies will have enough money to buy their way into society. It's only the attitude that "all food is supposed to be healthy or they wouldn't sell it" that creates the type of unconsciousness and denial about what they are eating when they reach for that twinkie. It's only the zombie like unconsciousness of the masses that supports this industry. I've boycotted this stuff since 1983. Why don't you join me?

  29. maia says:

    So what do you eat, drink!?!?! Geesh

  30. Person says:

    Vc can you do an exspose on Monsantos please?

  31. more to the story says:

    Here's the secret to winning the "fight" against the agenda: we, us as people, give these corporations power. We buy Hungry Man dinners, we buy their medicines, we "elect" them as government. If we stop giving these corporations power and allowing bull sh*t to distract us (celebrity gossip, music videos, etc.) from what's truly important (Self) they will lose the power they and we are under the illusion they have.

  32. Sam V says:

    Even the UN is mergering with other companies in order to form the NWO which makes it even more diabolical that the World Hell Organization is gaining profits for its own sinister use to wipe out mankind with poisons disguised as medicine and pills.

    No wonder why the UN is definitely making this world become the ultimate hellhole where the strong shall rise above the weak.

    Excellent article VC you never fail to keep me vigilant.

  33. Syrus Magistus says:

    The WHO was my dad's all-time favorite Rock band. Personally, I'm a bigger fan of Doctor WHO, but there's no accounting for taste. Unless it's the taste of fast food and BULLSHIT, in which case all bets are on. I'm the curious type; I wanna see just what it'll take to bring down all these evil dorks so their credibility is hilariously ruined. If this isn't enough, I'm sure God will keep trying until we all finally get a good laugh at their expense.

  34. Fidelio says:

    Syrus Magistus & Sir Micheal!

    Syrus you are an intelligent man.

    Before arriving on conclusions , a wise man like you should read some good books.

    A new system of analysis Jacob Bryant

    Rivers of life James George Roche Forlong

    The great Dionysiak myth Robert Brown

    Anacalypsis Godfrey Higgins

    Antiquities of India Thomas Maurice

    Round towers of Ireland Henry O' Brien

    The religion of the Semites William Robertson Smith

    Rosicrucians Hargrave Jennings

    Gnostics and their remains C.W.King

    All of these books can be found on archive.org

    These are the greatest books written by man…..cherish them.

    • Syrus Magistus says:

      For your generosity in sharing these, we are most humbled. I believe I am quite familiar with a lot of it too.

      Please allow me to share something with you, from the very depths of my soul: How you treat people in this world matters. We are not chattel and our lives HAVE value. Evil is about debasing everything it touches. If you intentionally hurt people, especially innocent people, for whatever reasons you can rationalize, I think you're a cretin and desperately need to be dropped in a quarantined area to reflect on your life choices. When everything you touch turns to ashes, maybe the greatest wisdom is to stay away from people who've already had to put up with enough heart-wrenching bullshit and look for away to make the world better for everyone if you still care.

      Things are dark enough. If it gets any whose, people are gonna start to lose their way completely. People like me. I've probably been where you're standing so I know, but siding with the biggest, baddest-looking faction doesn't guarantee your life is safeguarded. Anyone who believes in betrayal as a means to personal advancement has a spot carved into my shitlist, and they should be there. They should be on yours too. Life is too fleeting to labor under this sort of nonsense. I want to breathe the free air one day, and I want to have friends who're there to taste it with me. It's very important to me, because I've never really had that. Life is not so very empty yet that I can give up either.

      I did not lose everything and survive my way through fucking high school only to wind up in a cage somewhere with barbed wire and machine guns pointed at me. I won't do it to others either, because I KNOW what the fuck that feels like. I HAVE a heart, and it won't allow me do that. Even the worst people deserve more humane treatment.

      Lucifer ain't really an underdog anymore, and I've got little patience for party lines anymore. Get in my way or try to do (further) harm to me or to any of my extended family, the people of Earth, is NOT a wise choice.

  35. pride says:

    all Unilever products

  36. Nicolynn says:

    Hot damn, Nestle owns all my favorite foods and drinks. *resumes reading the rest of the article*

  37. Life as we know it. says:

    Get ready, we are almost there.

    http://www.myfoodstorage.com/

  38. Jody says:

    I'm from Holland where Unilever is from and their most known product is ''Unox Worst'' doesn't it sound evil and horrible in english? It's a sausage btw

  39. STL says:

    Since the government is behind all of the evil diseases, food contamination and modification that is going on in the US. How is that stores like our Co-ops, Famer's Market and Whole Food stores able to product our foods organically? Insight please.