What’s the difference between government/corporate thugs declaring that their contamination is an “act of God” and me? There is none. Except that the government and its biotech owners are above the law and we the people are under it. Way under it.
Hayes’ decision to retract the paper follows FCT’s appointment of Richard E. Goodman, a former Monsanto scientist and an affiliate of the GMO industry-funded group, the International Life Sciences Institute, to the specially created post of associate editor for biotechnology at the journal, early this year.
Colorado, along with a 15 county area in Northern California and Southern Oregon comprise the beta test for Agenda 21 control over our most precious resources, namely, our water and our farmland.
More manipulation of science by the king of deception, Monsanto. Anything that hints at a problem with GMO technology appears to be undergoing a deletion from the journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology. How can anything this journal publishes be considered valid at this point?
The labeling movement should be enlisting artists of all kinds to make ads that move people, that attack the poisoners of the food supply, that hold up to ridicule the corporate agenda of monopolizing and degrading the food of this planet.
Leon and Barb talk about GMOs. Topics are: Mexico bans GMO corn, Columbian fight for seed freedom, free trade agreements, Rockefeller agribusiness monopoly and eugenics foundation, GMO ban moving ahead in Josephine County, Oregon despite state Monsanto Protection Act, and scientists who say GMOs not proven safe climbs to 231.