gisele file
In our celebrity-saturated cultural envelope, so-called thought leaders are more often than not media darlings drawn from the world of Big Tech, Fashion, or whatever, more so than from that of politics, the ‘peoples’ representatives’ (archaic). So with only that in mind, we zoom in on one of the more prominent figureheads, from Rio to Foxboro, and pick up the feed...
Gisele Promotes Mandatory Breastfeeding Aug 2010
...The genetically blessed Gisele told Harper's Bazaar UK (Sept. 2010 issue--ed.) it was breastfeeding that helped her maintain her super-hot post-baby figure.
"Some people [in the United States] think they don't have to breastfeed, and I think 'Are you going to give chemical food to your child when they are so little?' I think there should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months." [This is exactly the period of the infant formula advertising ban in WHO guidelines; see point 3 below--ed.]
Here's the rub: the chemicals are in the breast milk, not in the infant formula, which is only dubious in countries where clean water may not be available. Here's why breastmilk is now less safe than infant formula:
1. Monsanto's herbicide glyphosate is ubiquitous, found to be prevalent in groundwater, surface water, as residue in GM food and in the urine of almost half of urban residents sampled across Europe in a 2013 study [Friends of the Earth Europe].
2. Lactation is “one of the most significant routes of exposure to pesticides for any mammalian juveniles... By contrast, exposure to pesticides in baby formula appears to be almost negligible.”
 -- Jensen, Slovach 1991 in Gillian Bentley, Infertility in the Modern World, 2000, p. 102.
Still developing newborns are most susceptible to the harmful effects of doses of pesticide, accumulated in the mother over her lifetime of consuming doped GM food. The result may be damaged fertility due to the reprotoxicity of the chemicals, leading to future miscarriages of pregnancies with damaged fetuses, seen in animal studies. See also "Zika".
Note this dark shadow underlying the campaign to allow abortion in Ireland. Damaged pregnancies have already been called epidemic, in Brazil, where so-called "Zika births" ('failed miscarriages' ) were declared to be a health emergency in Summer 2015. Abortion for fetal abnormality would be a necessity, according to the scenario, to keep a lid on the Project designed to make that outcome more common, in order to phase out natural fertility.
3. In the UK and Ireland, as required of WHO member states, the advertising and promotion of infant formula for use from birth to six months is prohibited by law.
According to the bbc, the UN agencies Save the Children and Unicef have lobbied for a total ban on advertising infant formula as for tobacco, to which the Br. medical journal The Lancet compared infant formula products in a 21 May 2016 editorial. []
The World Health Organization (prime mover behind GMO regulations) recommends that babies are given breast milk exclusively for the first six months, and that a mother should continue to breastfeed up to the age of two years. []
Connect the dots, 1-2-3. Thanks to the mass consumption of GM food and paired herbicide, breastfeeding has been transformed from natural nourishment into a form of chemical-based birth control, effectively mandatory with the ban on infant formula advertising and pressure on its trade.
Gisele Favors Mandatory Birth Control
June 6, 2007--Reuters
...Supermodel Gisele Bundchen has stepped into the debate over birth control and sexual behaviour in Brazil, saying church opposition to condom use was ridiculous and women should have the right to choose on abortion.
Bundchen is idolized by many young women in Brazil, the world's largest Catholic country, where debate over sexual issues has intensified around a visit by Pope Benedict last month. The Pope stressed the church's firm opposition to abortion and contraception and railed against sex outside of marriage.
 The Brazilian beauty, one of the world's top models, told Folha de S.Paulo newspaper in an interview that, when the church made its laws centuries ago, women were expected to be virgins.
"Today no one is a virgin when they get married ... show me someone who's a virgin!" she said.
Asked about abortion, she said a woman should have the right to choose what is best for her.
"If she thinks she doesn't have the money or the emotional condition to raise a child, why should
she give birth?"
Bundchen, who had just arrived from New York to take part in Rio de Janeiro's Fashion Week, also defended condom use.
"It's ridiculous to ban contraceptives - you only have to think of the diseases that are transmitted without them. I think it should be compulsory to use a contraceptive."
The Brazilian Government has clashed with the church over anti-AIDS programs in which it distributes millions of free condoms and Health Minister Jose Temporao has called for a national referendum on abortion.
*************END Excerpt
New York Post
By Michael Hechtman and Post Wires
November 18, 2013
Bundchen's Goons Get Five Years [--ed.]
(Above) Shot out window of fleeing paparazzis' SUV
targeted by security at the 2009 wedding
ceremony of Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady
in Costa Rica. The two bodyguards copped five-year
sentences for the attempted murder rap.
Photo credit Yuri Cortez, AFP/Getty--one of the
targeted photogs. See New York Post article.
END Excerpt
Was Walter Bundchen an Escaped Nazi?
Is There a Nazi Skeleton in Gisele's Wardrobe ?
by Mark Birdsong
“Resistance”, Summer 2012

Has Tom Brady’s wife got an authoritarian streak?
Just asking because it seems Gisele Bundchen, the Brazilian model, has been going around suggesting 'worldwide law' to dictate mandatory birth control for the masses, such as required  breast feeding and compulsory condom use (now there's a good pretext for police cameras in your bedrooms).  In another bizarre tack, the supermodel allegedly told an interviewer that she feels that her husband's child from a previous relationship is her own ( it's mine, mine, all MEIN ! ).
Not that the pronouncements of fashion models need be taken seriously. After all, they're in the business of beauty not brains. But when the last of the supermodel breed makes a spectacle with repeated public comments that beg controversy, then you have to take note (and wonder what exactly the high-profile glamour puss is promoting--is she a budding spokesperson on the world government team?)
Speaking of controversy, in 2009 when America's golden couple were (re-)married in Costa Rica, gate crashing paparazzi were not just bounced from the private event but had the rear window of their SUV shot out as they tried to flee with their film―and their lives. The two men, whose agency INF said 'narrowly escaped death' have sued the couple, apparently following a lack of criminal prosecution in Costa Rica. Now what better way to share the joy and celebrate the big day than by opening fire on any uninvited guests?
What are these people, Nazis ?
The model, who happens to be of German-descent, has claimed for the record that her family has been in Brazil for six generations. She brought up the question of ancestry because of the historical background: The best known emigration of Germans to South America was that of Nazi war criminals after WWII, along the so-called Vatican rat line. Nazis later 'provided security' for some of the (then) fascist South American plantation states, a haven because the personal fiefdom of US Undersecretary of State for Latin American Affairs, Nelson Rockefeller. Nearby Argentina was a major post-war destination for Nazi war criminals as well as Third Reich treasure. The Nazis got falsified travel documents, so their civil details like date and place of birth would be unreliable. Previous European immigration to the region did occur in the late 19th century.
Given the murky history, Bundchen's statement would have been meant to preempt any facile connections being made based just on ethnicity or on the apparent coincidence that Bundchen's hometown of Horizontina (est. 1954) was “colonized by Germans,” as she has also said.
It has already been claimed on the internet that Bundchen's grandfather, Walter Bundchen, was a Nazi. This was impossible to verify on the web, especially with the unusual page redirections. But we did find information that, if true, might bolster the Nazi claim: an obituary of Walter Bundchen (d. Oct. 3, 2010) on the website of the Zero Hora (Zero Hour) newspaper from the state of Rio Grande do Sul, where the family's hometown is located. It must be the shortest obit ever of a former mayor of a town with its airport named after him. More importantly, the brief obit said that Walter Bundchen moved to Horizontina "in the late 1940s". It also mentioned that he was born in "Tilings." 1 There is no country name given and there is no Tilings in Brazil. Unfortunately, the obit disappeared from the newspaper's website very shortly after we'd found it, here : . The page now lists "No results" for that name. The newspaper archives there in Porto Alegre are not invulnerable either.
Update Summer 2016: Zero Hora’s obit of Walter Bundchen has reappeared, completely rewritten and contradicting the earlier, removed one cited above. It is also predated to 5 Oct. 2010. It now says Bundchen was born (not in Tilings but) in Lajeado, Brazil. Bundchen died at age 84, according to the new obit, making his year of birth 1926. So we have the same local newspaper publishing contradictory obits of the same man, with the first one de-listed and the later one pre-dated.
Everywhere else on the net the man is listed as born in Sao Leopoldo, Brazil, Feb. 23, 1916. But there is a problem with that information. If this place of birth clashes with the local obit, the date of birth contradicts widespread media reports of the celebrity couple's visit, as newlyweds, to Horizontina to celebrate the grandfather's 83rd birthday in March 2009. The celebrity news stories citing the grandfather's age in 2009 would indicate that Walter was born in 1926 instead of 1916, the prevalent date. Clearly then, some confusion about the date and place of birth. Curious.
As for the golden couple, they've put down roots in California, the Patriot husband's home turf. As chance would have it, it's also the one state in the union that had a governor who professed to "admire Hitler" and whose father was a Nazi officer, member of the SA (Gov. Schwarzenegger). Not the ideal PR move for Gisele, under the circumstances.
America’s Golden Couple
To be sure, no one is responsible for the sins of the father (much less grandfather).
And it’s possible that the whole web controversy over whether there’s an ugly Nazi skeleton in the beauty's closet might have something to do with jealousy of the model madchen and her sculpted Tom Terrific. Either way, they would seem to fit the bill as the perfect poster-couple specimen of ubermenschen for the flag-filled stadium Jumbotrons, under ‘Patriot’ fly-overs, in their totalitarian neo-fascist homeland.
Whatever the case, Ms. Bundchen would probably be better off going back to promoting beauty products rather than floating public comments that have the air of revealing trial-balloons for a frightening New World Order.
Now about that Lauren-Bush marriage...
Notes (May 2017 add)

1 "Tilings"--No Tilings in Germany either but may be Tilsit in former East Prussia. Here's what a Google search returns... “No results. Please check your network connection”; note full wi-fi signal indicated in upper left!
See also article on Rio Olympics opening ceremony in "..War on Fertility", p. 9
Overkill and Hating on Infant Formula: Why?
LANCET editorial
No ifs, no buts no follow-on milk
21 May 2016
Several letters in this issue, drawing on our recent Series on breastfeeding, emphasize the clear benefits for global health. Yet most babies worldwide are not breastfed according to WHO guidelines, and many will receive formula milk in some form. Shockingly, as the report highlights, many countries do not require manufacturers to provide label information about safe preparation.
From tobacco, to sugar, to formula milk, the most vulnerable suffer when commercial interests collide with public health. Robust advertising regulation―covering all milk products for children up to 3 years, and banning social media promotion―is the next step to protect them.
Lancet 30 Jan 2016
Spotlight on Infant formula: coordinated action needed
The World Health Assembly (of the WHO) resolution 54.2.1 sets global recommendation of “6 months” exclusive breastfeeding, with safe and appropriate complementary foods and continued breastfeeding for up to two years or beyond.
UNICEF UK: Advertisements for infant formula, follow-on formula, baby milks, juices and teas, feeding bottles, teats, dummies and nipple shields are not acceptable.
WHO Directives
All EU Member States (MS)  have endorsed the  
1) International Code of Marketing of Breast milk Substitutes (IC)  and the subsequent relevant WHA Resolutions (that clarify and update the IC) that are designed to remove obstacles to breastfeeding and to protect all mothers and babies from misinformation and commercial promotion –both breastfed and artificially fed. They are minimum requirements for ALL countries.
CRC General Comment No 15 , Para 44. Exclusive breastfeeding for infants up to 6 months of age should be protected and promoted and breastfeeding should continue alongside appropriate complementary foods preferably until two years of age, where feasible. States’ obligations in this area are defined in the “protect, promote and support” framework, adopted unanimously by the World Health Assembly (WHO). States are required to introduce into domestic law, implement and enforce […] the International Code on Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and the relevant subsequent World Health Assembly resolutions[…] 81.
Article 5 of the Code states that ‘There should be no advertising or other form of promotion to the general public of products within the scope of the code’.]
Among other responsibilities and in all contexts, private companies should […] comply with the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and the relevant subsequent World Health Assembly resolutions […]
CRC General Comment No 16on State obligations regarding the impact of the business sector on children’s rights 57. States are also required to implement and enforce internationally agreed standards concerning children’s rights, health and business, including […] the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and relevant subsequent World Health Assembly resolutions. [2]Framework for Action adopted at ICN2: Recommended actions to promote, protect and support breastfeeding  Recommendation 29: Adapt and implement the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and subsequent relevant World Health Assembly resolutions.  
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Sunday 12 February 2017