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Blueberry Fraud

31 Jan

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You might find your thrill on Blueberry Hill, but you’re not likely to find many (or even any) blueberries in a host of products (like Blueberry Muffin Mix) that are routinely advertised to include blueberries but where, in fact, there are none.  This fraud is reportedly perpetrated against the American people by Kelloggs, Betty Crocker, General Mills and Target. This fraud couldn’t take place without thethe complicity of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the treasonous whores in the cathouse on the Potomac who (for a bribe that’s excused as a “political campaign contribution”) pass laws that allow major corporations to defraud the American people.

As our nation is degraded into an “economy,” historic notions of “right and wrong” are being replaced by “economic” values of “profit and loss”.  If it makes a buck, in today’s economy, that’s “good”.   Pornography makes spectacular profits and is increasingly deemed “good”.   Fraudulently claiming to include “blueberries” many foods, like porn, makes a profit, so that’s also “good”.

What motivates a nation?  Values based on moral “right and wrong”.

What motivates an economy?  Profit and loss–and more precisely, the “love of money,” which (as you know) the Bible declared to be the “root of all evil”.

The absence of actual blueberries in “Blueberry Muffin Mix,” may not seem very significant.  But the institutionalized and but it’s a sign of the times.  As America degrades into an economy where everyone chases (and very nearly worships) the “dollar almighty,” we are becoming more corrupt, more predatory, and more impoverished.

Somebody needs to file a class-action lawsuit against those who advertise blueberries where there are none–and break their “berries” big-time.

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5 Comments

Posted by on January 31, 2011 in Economy, Government as Gangsters, Values, Video

 

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5 responses to “Blueberry Fraud

  1. Margaret

    January 31, 2011 at 5:26 PM

    Not only are there shortages of things like blueberries and cranberries ‘justifying’ such fraud, gov-co has been buying up most of the storable food for a reason. It is almost impossible to find anything like a good canned ham, for example, and the gov-co driven shortages are making canned goods of all types both more scarce and more expensive. THEY certainly know something is coming, and they are preparing for their own survival (as if they are more deserving of it than the rest of us plebes and at OUR expense, not theirs, they get it gratis). IMHO this is the reason that the FDA/USDA do NOT investigate such fraud- the source of the shortages would be exposed and when the extent of it is known, the people would become very very angry, and when the reason for it is made public, response would be even worse. The corruption and the sellout is total.

     
    • mAximo

      February 8, 2011 at 12:41 PM

      Gov’t hoarding is a better explanation for diesel costing more than
      regular during the summer “driving season;” and for the shortage of
      other emergency items such as storable food. For the non-storables,
      U.S. companies are trying to hide inflation: now sweet chocolate is
      called semi-sweet, bittersweet is what used to be semi-sweet, and
      they invented a new category of “extra-bittersweet” to sell what
      was once bittersweet – and still is in the rest of the world.

       
  2. mAximo

    February 1, 2011 at 9:45 PM

    “Sweet chocolate” has virtually disappeared from US manufacturers, but for another reason:
    it’s now being sold as “semi-sweet chocolate” such as from Sunspire which only has a cocoa
    content of 42%, which is sold as “sweet chocolate” in Mexico (under the Abuelita brand)
    or even Puerto Rico (from Goya). In this case it’s a ploy to hide the underlying inflation.

     
  3. Dan

    February 1, 2011 at 11:46 PM

    You mean the Boo Berry breakfast cereal I ate as a child did not have real BOO berries in it?

     
    • Adask

      February 2, 2011 at 3:48 AM

      I’m sorry to say Yes–no real “BOO Berries” in your cereal. But that’s nothing. Wait’ll next week when I do an expose’ on Santa Claus.

       

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