Imagine this. A killer is put on trial, and the jury, in a surprise verdict, finds him not guilty. Afterwards, reporters interview this killer. He says, “The jury freed me. It’s up to them. They decide. That’s what justice is all about.” Then the press moves along to members of the jury, who say: Well, we had to take the defendant’s word. He said he was innocent, so that’s what we ruled. That’s an exact description of the FDA and Monsanto partnership.
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If the Seralini experiments are considered insufficient to demonstrate harm, then those carried out by Monsanto cannot prove safety. This is because, whatever its limitations, Seralini’s study was conducted to generally higher scientific standards than the studies underlying GM food approvals.
Why is the Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), which puts out the Non-GMO Shopping Guide, sponsored by Silk, which is owned by Dean Foods, which is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars fighting GMO labeling in California? Isn’t this a conflict of interest?
While we run in circles trying to get someone in Congress to listen, we could be going straight to the source and giving people the information they need to understand that GMOs are unhealthy, have been put in our food without our consent or knowledge, and the only way to stop the GMO takeover is to get informed, get mad, and stop buying them.
Dave Hodges of the Common Sense Radio Show will join us to give an update on the Gulf Coast disaster, and fill us in on the massive corruption of UN Agenda 21′s ICLEI local branches.