New York Times now spreading #GMO propaganda about “golden” rice, frost-tolerant spinach and #climate #change
Attention all humans living in a mind fog from consuming too many #chemical pesticides, that all-too-familiar New York news rag “NYT” is still serving up brain-washing bunk about GMOs showing “no evidence of harm” to those who consume them. #Monsanto “presstitute” Jane Brody keeps regurgitating the already-debunked lie that traditional crossbreeding of produce is the same thing as genetic engineering, so anyone who’s afraid of some fish genes inserted into their spinach in a laboratory, or who fear some pesticide genes that dissolve insect’s digestive tracts inserted into corn – are just paranoid health freaks with no legitimate concerns.
Brody pushes out just about every GMO lie that’s ever been perpetuated, and she does it in less than 20 paragraphs (more than 1,000 words) while running a “catch and release” form of query column. Are you looking for research that proves GMOs are a hazard to human and farm animal health? Brody says you won’t find any at all. Brody claims that America’s blight of feeding billions of “edible animals” chemical-laden soy, corn and alfalfa has no repercussions whatsoever, and she’s quoting 90 percent of all the world’s scientists somehow. Wow. That’s a ton of research you’ve compiled Brody. Great work.
Wholesale rejection of GMOs based on sound science – rats dying young from cancer tumors the size of golf balls
Ever heard of the world’s most infamous weed killer named “Roundup?” The now-famous French research team, lead by molecular biologist Gilles-Eric Seralini and supervised by the independent research organization CRIIGEN, published their peer-reviewed GM corn and GM soy studies in “Food and Chemical Toxicology” several years ago, and the Monsanto trolls and GMO-pushing shills went crazy, screaming errors! The only “errors” were Monsanto’s, where they cut their studies short, just before huge deadly cancer tumors start showing up for the animals that consume the maize that Jane Brod