I recently read an article on a research project studying the Earth’s magnetosphere, and even though that has little to do with aspartame dangers, stick with me here because I discovered something within the article that poignantly applies to aspartame research. The article talked about “black budget research”, and this is a phrase that I would like to see go viral on the Internet because this term describes the issue with aspartame safety to The T.
Black budget research is information that is easily suppressed by corporations, research institutions, and government agencies who manipulate, conceal, and control that “proof.”
With my experience studying the proven aspartame dangers, I can positively state that aspartame safety is a victim of the science within a black budget world. The proof that aspartame causes cancer, brain damage, and fetal deformities is out there, believe me, but aspartame remains on the public market because the “corporate research” has been engineered to show that aspartame is perfectly safe. Consumers are stuck on the frontline of an information war. Like I said, this is a perfect example of black budget research.
Living In a Black Box World
Mainstream science continues to grow with the support of research dollars paid by the very corporations seeking profits. Less than a century ago in the United States, scientific discoveries were looked upon as brilliant, respectable innovations that were gifts to the masses. Behamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, and Thomas Jefferson discovered technology that was shared by all. Somewhere along the way, profits took over our research and new discoveries, and information monopolies formed. The history of aspartame’s approval clearly shows that the science behind aspartame has been morphed into a powerful tool used to confuse consumers for mega-profits.
Who Do You Believe?
Today, new ideas, inventions, and innovative theories are no longer accepted as truth without the “proof” that profits demand. Modern humans require an unreasonable criteria for “proof” now-a-days, and too much research is being “bought and sold.” The history of aspartame clearly shows that corporate-funded research easily suppressed and concealed the true aspartame research results proving health dangers. The history of aspartame also clearly shows that there is a corporate, scientific world out there that operates separately from good-old-fashioned science. Who do you believe these days?
“We have the technology to take ET home, anything you can imagine we already have the technology to do, but these technologies are locked up in black budget projects. It would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity.” – Ben Rich, Fmr CEO, LockHeed Skunk Works