“Need to Know” Facts About GMOs and the “Monsanto Protection Act”

Fri, 05 Apr 2013 10:29:00 PDT

By Foster Gamble

  1. Monsanto’s GMO products distort nature’s foods in ways that can now rewire your body and have been shown in animal tests to cause sterility, illness and death.


    French Study Find Tumours in Rats Fed GM Corn, Reuters

    Monsanto GM Corn Causing Organ Failures in Rats Study, Huffington Post

    New Paper on dsRNA Risks – Briefing for Non-Specialists, GM Watch

    65 Health Risks of GM Food – Evidence of Reactions in Animals and Humans, Institute for Responsible Technology

    GMO Foods Cause Tumors and Early Death According to New Studies, Examiner.com

    GMO Wars, Genetically Modified Foods, and The Rewiring of Your Brain:

    Footage of GMO-Corn Fed Rats with Tumours:

  2. In the U.S., GMOs can be snuck into our bodies because they don’t yet have to be labeled.

  3. Under the new “Monsanto Protection Act” GMO crops can be planted and grown without courts stopping them, even if there is evidence of danger (see Section 735 of H.R. 933), until an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is prepared — which can take years.

  4. The Monsanto “rider” (Section 735) was snuck into a 240-page government funding bill and was hidden so most politicians, who rarely read the actual bills, probably did not even know it was there.

  5. To date, no one in Congress claims ownership of Section 735, though speculation is emerging that Roy Blunt, a Senator from Missouri, is responsible. Blunt has serious financial ties to Monsanto. Monsanto’s home state is Missouri.

In Europe, which has mostly banned GMOs, the tide turned when people actually took to the fields to destroy the crops that were destroying their farms and their lives. We need to ask ourselves where self-defense starts when toxins are being snuck and forced into our bodies through the food, water, air and “laws.”

Learn more about GMOs, and what you can do to stop them.

Follow the money behind GMOs, the Rockefeller’s, and government ties with Monsanto.

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