(10-14-2013, 09:54 AM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:(10-14-2013, 09:42 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:(10-14-2013, 09:37 AM)MEDUSA Wrote: Gmos are everywhere, not just where there's people on social security, and you're just figuring this out now?
Gmos, hfcs, aspartame, MSG, carageenan, water, are all being used to kill us.
The European Union has nixed GMO's, haven't they?
But the folks in control are using redundant means to thin the population. Don't be surprised if in 10 years there is an explosion in brain tumors among young adults due to smart phones used when they were teens.
The skulls of teens are thinner than adults. Children have even thinner skulls. With so many children using cell phones, a disaster is on its way.
Plus, cell phones and cell phone towers are one of the reasons bees are dying en masse. So even if you avoid GMO's, if there aren't enough bees, your food isn't assured either.
Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary, I believe, have more
or less kicked Monsanto out.
But most porkers and beefers in Europe are fed GM
soybeans and maize. BASF's licensed Monsanto-potatoes
went into production (as animal feed) a few years ago.
And it does look like Danske Sukker and Syngenta very, very
much would like an official green light on their GM sugar (beets).
Jeffery Smith was on Coast to Coast last night. He's been leading the charge against GMO's for a while now.
He mentioned that the CEO of Whole Foods found that when a product is labeled as non-GMO it increases sales 15 to 30%. Those kinds of numbers are huge for the manufacturers because it affects how much shelf space you get, along with profits.
The goal is to get the big grocery store chains to offer non-GMO products, which is happening on a very small scale.
As the sales of non-GMO products takes more and more market share, the manufacturers will put pressure on their suppliers to provide non-GMO ingredients.
Having a "No GMO's" on the label is a big selling point.
But it is a race against time, because the illnesses that GMO's are causing are only going to get worse until the GMO products are off the shelves. Right now over 90% of all corn, soy and a couple others are GMO.
Also, as long as livestock are fed GMO's and food sprayed with Round Up, consumption of those meats present a potential hazard to anyone who eats them.
Pray for me.
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