Originally published May 25 2007
Food and Drug Administration anagrams and word games (satire)
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
Anagrams can be fun to play with. They're word scrambles where you take the letters of a word or phrase and mix them up (without adding or taking away letters) to make new and interesting phrases. For example, the name "William Shakespeare" can be scrambled to create, "I'll make a wise phrase."
"Margaret Thatcher" can be reworked to say, "That great charmer," and "President Bush of the USA" can be reordered to read, "A fresh one, but he's stupid."
I wonder what interested phrases might be found by reordering the letters in, "Food and Drug Administration?" To find out, I used various online anagram generators and scoured the results to come up with these interesting FDA anagrams:
Anagrams for "Food and Drug Administration"SAD NATION FROM DRUG ADDITION
(Note that by throwing in an extra "C" this could read "addiction" instead of addition.)
If you throw in an extra "C" you also get:
DRUG ADS FORM ADDICTION NATION
(The FDA legalized TV drug ads in 1998.)
Here are some more anagrams that use no extra letters:
DID NOT ADD SUGAR INFORMATION
(A fairly accurate description of the FDA's enforcement of food labeling laws.)
ODD GUN MAN AFRAID DISTORTION
(Antidepressant drugs turn teenagers into violent shooters.)
DOMINANT RAID, FRAUD ISN'T GOOD
(Alludes to the various armed raids the FDA has organized against vitamin shops.)
INDIGNANT AMID ODOROUS DRAFT
(Use your imagination...)
DRUG INFORMANT SODA ADDITION
(Given that coca-cola was once made with cocaine, this might actually make sense...)
INFORMATION GOD RID SATAN DUD
(I'm not touching this one...)
MUTANT DRAIN GOOD FOR DISDAIN
(Meaningless, but has nice alliteration and rhyme...)
Of course, this is all just fun with words. You can find interesting combinations in almost any name or phrase. It doesn't mean there's any real association between the meaning of these phrases and the real intent of the FDA. To determine that, you don't need any hidden letter patterns -- all you need to do is watch what the FDA openly says and does, and from there, it's easy to realize the Food and Drug Administration has become a pro-pharma organization that poses a very real danger to the public.
That's why people in the know refer to it as the "Fraud and Drug Administration." And while we're playing games with the FDA letters, the agency itself is playing games with the lives of Americans. That's why I think the whole agency should be renamed to a new, more accurate name: THE PHARMA BOOSTER CLUB!
Or, perhaps: The Fued and Drugged Adminifrustration.
Call it whatever you want, just don't call it anything related to actual public safety.
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