Barbara H. Peterson on November 14th, 2011

“Significant changes in the composition of the plants were not assessed sufficiently. Possible impacts on the human immune system or the reproductive system were not investigated by empirical data. What is missing is an assessment of the interactions between the different plants, which are mixed into food and feed, and their accumulated effects. In conclusion, these products cannot be regarded as safe.”

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“In times when nearly a billion people are starving, it is simply immoral to artificially increase prices of foods through patent monopolies. Effectively, companies such as Monsanto are abusing patent laws to turn food resources into financial ventures. Should healthy food only be available for rich people?”

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Barbara H. Peterson on June 12th, 2011

What if the deadly e-coli outbreak in Germany that was blamed on organic sprouts with no direct proof, but through circumstantial evidence only, was instituted as part of a deliberate campaign to sway public opinion in favor of compliance with Codex regulations and to call for the irradiation of organic seeds?

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Barbara H. Peterson on April 29th, 2011

Glyphosate is mixed with POEA, polyoxyethylene alkylamine. POEA, highly contaminated with dioxane is more toxic than glyphosate. POEA may be transferred to consumers from feed and animal-derived products.

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