Food vs. PhoodSubmitted by dailypauler on Tue, 06/25/2013 - 13:32
FOOD = Unadulterated or natural plant or animal material resulting in nurishing qualities after being consumed.
PHOOD* = 1) Unnatural or synthetic material made to replace or resembal real food [CHEMICAL]. 2) Untested* genetically modified plant or animal material [Results of consumption generally UNKNOWN]. 3) Weaponized material made to memic food-like qualities. Can induce sickness or death [SOFT KILL]. 4) Lacking in nutrient value. 5) Natural food that has been pasturized or irradiated [STERIL] 6) Excrament [Aspartame]. Phood contains one or more of the points above.
Looks like meat, tastes like meat, but it's not meat. (Excerpt from the movie 1984).
As you may have seen in my last post that KRAFT makes 2 different versions of Mac & Cheese. One is a "chemical-added" version for the US markets and the other is a "no chemical" version for other countries. Link shows the difference here: http://www.dailypaul.com/287702/video-busts-kraft-monsanto).
Now we find that up to 80% of Pre-Packaged Foods Sold in America Are "Banned in Other Countries." Way to go, "Big Corp Food Companies," I'm sure changing wholesome food into PHOOD is a great way to make your patrons healthy, help out our struggeling economy and increase our food export base.
Is actually changing "food into phood" a brilliant marketing move or something much more sinister? I know the readers of The DAILY PAUL know the answer, but most Americans still don't, so I'm posting this in hopes to get the word out to those that still don't know.
AND, Oh yeah "The Word Still Needs To Get Out On This" one too.
I spelled food with a PH because everyone knows that ph does NOT make an "F" sound and that's why the word PHoney is spelled the way it is. So all this phoney food needs to be called what it really is, "phood."
You all know that these companies are getting some sort of kick backs for doing this, right?
*PHOOD: My spelling and definition(s).
*Untested: Not all GMO phood is untested. Who does the testing and under what conditions and what the test findings are and motive is generally UNKNOWN to the public.
*Phood: Not to be confused with brand names or gigs.