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Just Say No to GMO
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03-03-2013, 06:32 PM #1
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Song by Amethios, with spoken lines from
Jeffrey Smith

I'm lookin at the food that's in the grocery store
They say it's safe, everybody eat more.
On second thought, I don't really know if it's made with those GMOs

So I'm lookin for the non-GMO label 'fore I bring it home and put it on my table
I wanna know it's verified so I don't
Harm myself with genetically modified

They don't want you to know
All the poison they grow
The corporate profits they show from those GMO OH

Those Frankenseeds that they sow
They're gonna hurt us we know
It's time we told 'em to go, say GMO NO!

I don't want eat poison, I don't want gene mutations at my dinner reservations
it's a food abomination what they doin' to this fast food nation
They take artificial gene combinations
inject them in seed variations
so they can grow their Frankenfood imitations
while the side effects cause medical patients

Keep their profits alive while they
spraying all the food with name brand herbicides
and all the while they're spreadin' their lies
Monsanto destroyin' farmers lives
and the FDA keeps it all going
saying it's safe even though they all know it's just
poison stealing away your life, and that's what you eat with genetically modified.

GMO safety huh that's a corporate myth
if you don't believe me listen to Jeffery Smith
He's the man with plan gonna do what he can
To help us all get those GMOs banned
But we need you to lend a hand
take a stand against this food scam
It's a mission for the health condition worldwide
We don't wanna live genetically modified

Don't eat food unless you know what's in it
Don't believe the propaganda cuz the press will spin it
Affects everybody, we all up in it
Stand up to Monsanto, tell 'em oh no you didn't

Reject Frankenfoods in the store
demand honest labels so we can be informed
We have a natural right to know
What we buyin' Just say no to GMO

Before our farms start dyin'
Just say no to GMO

Those corporate crooks are lyin'
Just say no to GMO

This time we're not complyin'
Just say no to GMO

We're just not buyin' it
Just say no to GMO chuck.gif

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03-03-2013, 06:34 PM #2
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This song, along with the efforts of many other people, is having a strong an impact to raise awareness about the dangers of GMOs. The public is waking up, and they are not going to tolerate GMOs being secretly put into their foods! At the very least, we need mandatory GMO labeling. Better yet, we should just have GMOs banned!
03-03-2013, 06:36 PM #3
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iagree.gif Absolutely.
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03-03-2013, 06:40 PM #4
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03-03-2013, 06:41 PM #5
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I like this one :)

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03-03-2013, 06:45 PM #6
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(03-03-2013, 06:40 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnN6FFjZBZQ

Catchy tune!
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03-03-2013, 06:49 PM #7
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(03-03-2013, 06:45 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(03-03-2013, 06:40 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnN6FFjZBZQ

Catchy tune!

bill gates backs gmo
so everytime you buy a xbox 360 game
you supporting the death of your health
what i heard gmo is going down
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03-03-2013, 06:50 PM #8
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(03-03-2013, 06:49 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(03-03-2013, 06:45 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(03-03-2013, 06:40 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnN6FFjZBZQ

Catchy tune!

bill gates backs gmo
so everytime you buy a xbox 360 game
you supporting the death of your health
what i heard gmo is going down
video of bill gates supporting gmo
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03-04-2013, 10:14 AM #9
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With food prices steadily rising over the last several years, by as much as five percent, families are scaling back and going without many staples just to put a meal on the table. Or worse, resorting to 'bargains' like fast food specials, subsidized SNAP junk food or just plain instant noodles to fill a hungry belly. We have reached the point where self-sufficiency is not a luxury any longer, it's a real necessity. In response, many are carving out a small homestead niche, even in the middle of lively cities. An encouraging example is found with a micro-farm in the heart of Southern California.

It isn't much of a stretch to see our food dollars are shrinking. A combination of droughts, erratic weather patterns and astronomical fuel costs have all contributed to an inflated food bill. The use of GMO seeds isn't helping the matter either with horrible crop yields. Couple this with a nose dive of world economies and we have a recipe for wide spread shortages of quality, nutritious food. Individuals are waking up to these realities and taking matters into their own hands -- not only growing their own food, but removing themselves from the grid as much as possible, even within the bounds of a bustling city. A shining model of exceptional self-sufficiency, survival and ecological action is the Urban Homestead.

The tale begins in the mid-1980s when Jules Dervaes sold his property in rural Florida to head west and purchase a ramshackle fixer-upper in a low income Southern California neighborhood. Over the course of several decades, the property was transformed into a self-sufficient garden of Eden, providing over 6,000 pounds of fresh produce annually using sustainable, eco-friendly practices. As an authentic farm, chickens, ducks, dwarf rabbits and pygmy goats roam the property. Bees are also kept as well as an aquaponic pond with tilapia fish. The homestead embraces the following practices:


- Growing 99 percent of produce

- Saving seeds

- Companion planting

- Intensive growing methods

- Polyculture/intercropping

- Composting


- Handmade bread, cheese, butter and yogurt

- Canning and drying

- Sprouting, fermenting and brewing

- Buying organic, in bulk and locally

Water and energy conservation

- Grey water for landscape

- Clay pot irrigation

- Solar outdoor shower

- Growing food not grass --edible landscaping

- Bottom water bed irrigation

- 12 solar panels

- Rechargeable batteries

- Solar and cob ovens




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