Wednesday, 10 July 2013


There could be no greater display of hypocrisy than the way Environment secretary Owen Paterson has recently played on people`s natural emotions in regard to children. 'Children will die', he says, 'unless we back GM food'.

Meanwhile he will not be dining on GM food in the Parliament restaurants he attends because Parliament has rejected such food. Why should he not eat his own words?

There has been little mention in the BBC propaganda machine, or elsewhere in the mainstream, that there have been global protests involving millions of people marching against Monsanta, one of the biggest GM chemical producers.  [See Russian Television RT which has reported on these mass events because they are now a more informed source of information than the BBC these days.]

There is no mention of the thousands of Indian farmers commiting suicide because they are trapped into buying Monsanta seeds and there is no way out of the cycle of debt because the seeds have the terminator gene and cannot grow plants which reproduce seeds.  Consequently poor farmers must go back the following year to Monsanta for replacements who can charge what they like. What a way to stitch up a population?

This is a NEW science - putting foreign genes into unrelated plant species without understanding the consequences for the ecosystem is a risky venture.  The trouble is that once these alien genes are in the gene pool of plants, on which all life depends, they cannot be controlled or taken back. Some would say that this is too NEW and revolutionary a science to let rip on any environment for whatever emotional reason without thorough testing.

Obviously those in Parliament agree and are taking care with GM food..  

Just not for you, me or our children.

"A new peer-reviewed report authored by Anthony Samsel, a retired science consultant, and a long time contributor to the Vital Votes Forum, and  Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), reveals how glyphosate wrecks human health."

"The Horrific Truth about Roundup"

"In 2009, a French court found Monsanto guilty of lying; falsely advertising its Roundup herbicide as "biodegradable," "environmentally friendly" and claiming it "left the soil clean."

"Mounting evidence now tells us just how false such statements are. I don't believe that Monsanto is one of the most evil companies on the planet for nothing. The company has done absolutely nothing to improve their worldwide influence on human and environmental health. "    

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