Barbara H. Peterson on November 15th, 2013

In a core waking trance, the leaders and money men, with their allies and field workers, in the campaign to label GMOs, are soothing themselves with a fantasy about what works in the arena of politics.

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Barbara H. Peterson on November 13th, 2013

It appears that, among the pro-labeling community, there is a kind of cooperative ruling junta. They bankroll the show. They have support from certain activist leaders. There is no internal conflict. They control the terms of the game. They don’t engage in serious conversations with people who have views different from their own.

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Barbara H. Peterson on November 12th, 2013

Reveal the threat. Right up front. Right away. Lead with that. “You’re eating poison.” Don’t hide behind “right to know what’s in your food.”

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Barbara H. Peterson on February 26th, 2013

You drench your fields with it in the fall. You kill anything growing. And you drench the fields again in the spring, before you plant. Then, just as you’re going to plant, you hit the fields a third time with the poison. This is in addition to all the sprayings with Roundup, which is toxic, too. Then you harvest the crops and you sell them. And consumers eat the food along with all the poison.

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