Seeds of Deception By Jeffrey M. Smith

sean 2012/08/30 03:57:04
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Chapter 1: A Lesson From Overseas When eminent scientist Arpad Pusztai went public about his accidental discovery that genetically modified (GM) potatoes severely damage the immune system and organs of rats, he was suspended from the prestigious Scottish research institute where he had worked for thirty-five years. He was silenced with threats of a lawsuit while the Institute denied or distorted his findings. In the ensuing war over public opinion, biotech advocates tried to spin the science in favor of GM foods, but were thwarted at each attempt by leaked documents and compelling evidence. Pusztai, who describes this chapter as "the most thorough and accurate report on the topic," was ultimately vindicated when his potato study was published in the Lancet. His remains the only independent safety assessment in a peer-reviewed journal. It contrasts sharply with the handful of published industry studies, an analysis of which reveals how they were designed to avoid finding problems.

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  • Bozette 2012/08/30 04:41:27
    I'm definitely going to be checking this book out. Thanks for posting on it.

    I have done quite a bit of research into GMOs, pesticides, fluoride, antibiotics, growth hormone and harmful/poisonous food additives and there was one thing that never made sense. While many European, Asian and African countries have banned these things, our FDA, USDA and EPA seem almost eager to rubber stamp them with their approval. Why would our government expose us to such poisonous, harmful and questionable substances in our food and water? I recently found an answer that makes a lot of sense.

    If depopulation is the agenda, Americans must be eliminated. The reason being that we are the most likely to rebel...and one of the few countries that still retain the right to own guns, and we have the largest number of firearms in the private sector in the world.
  • sickofpolitics 2012/08/30 04:30:53
    Very interesting!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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