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Who smells a rat?

Thursday, December 05, 2013

Scientific journals and manipulation is the topic of this story (and, yes, Monsanto is involved):

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  • -LINDA_S
    Monsanto is pretty much ALWAYS involved, unfortunately.
    1050 days ago
    Monsanto BAD
    1050 days ago
    1051 days ago
    I wish we didn't have deal with such topics! Thanks for the info.
    1051 days ago
    Wow. If you think YouTube commenters are rough, check out this crowd:

    1051 days ago
    1051 days ago
    Thanks for the post appreciate it
    1051 days ago
    LOL, I'm on the same mailing list and just sent this article out to my friends. Thanks for posting it here.
    1051 days ago
    Thanks for the post. I passed it on to my Facebook friends.
    1051 days ago
    Wow. Thanks for posting. I try to avoid anything that might conceivably be GMO. But I have a friend - a microbiologist - who claims that GMOs are good. She's bought into the fantasy hook, line, and sinker. And it's so sad to see her health deteriorate simply because she can eat anything and everything and stay slim!

    If this isn't about health - rather than looks - it isn't about anything!! Glad someone is watching!!
    1051 days ago
    I'm rarely surprised by anything Monsanto or any other BigAg consortium instigates.
    I got something in my email recently about another rider on some piece of legislation which would benefit Monsanto's interests. I think it had to do with labeling for trans-fats... sounded good on the surface, but the followup disproved that.

    We're really in a cold war with our food producers. Seems like the only solution is to just go back to family and co-op farming. Grow it yourself. And hope it's not growing close enough to the GMO fields to be contaminated!
    1051 days ago
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