Glyphosate delivered by vaccine
Food is not the only source of glyphosate exposure. Years ago, activist Zen Honeycutt came across a Facebook post listing vaccine ingredients. Among them: polysorbate 80 – which like glyphosate can break down the blood-brain barrier and let toxins in – aluminum, bovine serum (blood) and egg.
Honeycutt realized some of these ingredients are likely GMO, or have been fed GMOs, and if so, they’re likely contaminated with glyphosate since glyphosate cannot be washed off. When an animal eats glyphosate-contaminated feed, their body parts become contaminated as well. Moms Across America sent five childhood vaccines to be tested for glyphosate, and every single one of them came back positive.
“The measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine came back 25 times higher than the other vaccines. Another scientist independently tested 14 more vaccines, and they also came back and confirmed our results,” Honeycutt says.
“His MMR vaccine came back 35 times higher. We all know that the problem around the MMR vaccine is that it causes gut dysbiosis. Andrew Wakefield didn’t say it causes autism. He said it causes gut dysbiosis. Incidentally, practically every child who has autism has gut dysbiosis.
This, to me, was huge, because what I’m thinking is, ‘What if glyphosate in vaccines is one of the major contributing factors to vaccine damage?’ If you think about it, mercury was in vaccines back in 1929, but it wasn’t until the late ’90s when GMOs and glyphosate came on the scene that there was a huge spike in autism.
Now, to be fair, there was also a huge spike in the numbers of vaccines given. Our children are now getting 49 doses by age 12 and 69 doses by age 18. The numbers of vaccines our children are getting are also extremely high. But there are children who get one vaccine and they’re damaged after that. You have to look at what changed in the ingredients.”
Another variable that happened in the late ’90s was the dramatic increase in exposure to wireless radiation, and this too may be a significant contributor. There may even be a toxic synergy between the two that is contributing to the health deterioration we now see in so many children. The good news is that you have the ability to make a difference.
Aside from reading Honeycutt’s book Unstoppable: Transforming Sickness and Struggle Into Triumph, Empowerment and a Celebration of Community, you can also learn more by visiting MomsAcrossAmerica.org. When you sign up for their newsletter, you’ll receive a free mini e-book of Unstoppable. Under the Action tab, you can also sign up to volunteer and post events.
“When you have that event, we know you’re serious about getting the word out, so we send you free materials,” Honeycutt says. “You only have to pay for shipping. We have some great flyers, ‘Why Eat Organic?’ ‘What’s Going on With Toxins in Our Food Supply?’ We don’t make it a scary situation. It’s just informative. We always bring solutions.
You give them a stack of 100 flyers and you say, ‘Could you leave this at your school? Or your library? Or your community center?’ Just get the word out about what’s happening in our food supply. That’s a great way to get involved. You can also join in the 4th of July parades. It costs anywhere from nothing to maybe 30 to 50 dollars, if you want to buy a banner and also pass out flyers.
You can have movie nights. There are some great movies you can show over an organic potluck. That’s my favorite thing to do. We’ll also connect you with other moms on our Monday Moms Connect Calls at 5 p.m., Pacific time. If you sign up to our newsletter, you’ll get an invitation to that.
We’ve expanded our mission to ‘We educate and inspire mothers and others to transform the food industry and environment, creating healthy communities together.’ By environment, we include anything that’s coming at our kids. If that’s a vaccine, if it’s drugs, if it’s pollution, if it’s EMFs – no matter what it is that’s coming at our kids that’s going to overwhelm them [or] increase the toxic burden – we will address that.
To opt out of this toxic system, we need to not only eat organic food or grow our own organic food. We need to also learn how to take care of ourselves through herbs and plants and opt out of that whole Big Pharma system.”
Moms Across America is also looking for more advisers, including moms who want to help educate others on these topics.
As noted by Honeycutt, everyone has a moment when they decide to take action. For her, the realization that she had the power to make a difference came early. Her father was a great supporter from an early age and when, at the age of 12, Honeycutt came home saying class president elections were coming up, he suggested she should run.
“I said, ‘Me? Why me?’ He said, ‘Why not?’ I was like, ‘Oh. OK. Why not?’ I ran and won,” she says. “If there’s something you want to do or you’re interested in doing, something you want to take on, [ask yourself] why not you? That quote from Lilly Tomlin: ‘I always thought someone should do something about that, and then I realized I am somebody’ – that’s it.
I want everybody to believe that they are somebody; that they are, in fact amazing. My personal commitment now is to empower community leaders to be global game changers, because that’s what it’s going to take.
Moms who are watching us right now say, ‘You know what? I’m the one who’s going to get Roundup out of my town. I’m the one who’s going to stop this vaccine mandate in my city. I’m the one who’s going to get my school to have GMO-free food.’
When you do that, you – us, all of us collectively – we change the game around the world. So, sign up to Moms Across America and see where you can start taking action. Because when you do, it’s incredibly fulfilling.”
October 16, 2019