Skip to comments.Say NO to GMOs in Your Food
Posted on 06/04/2013 4:55:53 AM PDT by Kaslin
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There are 280 COMMON bird diseases ~ all may be found in nature. Chicken discovered to have even one of those diseases is rejected by meat inspectors.
The 1934 Securities Exchange Act requires all public corporations to list all officers, directors and major shareholders. None of your suspects hold any interest in Monsanto.
I think the reason that is happening is because there is soy in almost everything! Plant based Estrogen up the ying yang. But that isn’t science, just my opinion.
In general no paleo foods of any kind are even for sale anywhere.
I used to grow apples.
I’m not saying that apples cannot be grown organically, but to attempt to do so would take a highly labor intensive crop and make it even more so. And you would have to accept a high rejection rate.
I have experience, and you ask me to seek out commonsense. You speak from a viewpoint of ignorance.
In an earlier post, you attributed endemic medical problems to a change in diet. What is the basis for this statement?
Perhaps you need to do a little research before you reach a baseless conclusion. For example:
- have you taken into account the increase in lifespan (lifespan has increased 10 years since 1960, from 67 to 77)? As we have gained greater knowledge about life risks, things like herat disease kill less people, allowing us to live longer and become more susceptible to diseases that primarily afflict older people, such as Parkinson’s disease.
- Or possibly that medical science has greatly increased its ability to detect medical issues and label them, whereas before they were attributed to natural causes?
- In 1960, food represented 30% of an average American family’s budget. Now it is 12%.
Seriously, could you point me in some directions with some links?
Good for you.
In the meantime, why won’t your busybody buddies leave me and others alone? I’m sure if I had the time and inclination I could find many studies that would point to the safety of GMOs. And there is no doubt that GMO crops can be grown faster, using less water, land and pesticides.
So, to turn the argument around, what are ya’ll trying to do? Starve the little chill’ren?
When my kids were still at home, and they needed chores to keep them occupied, we raised a lot of “free range” chickens. I wonder how many of the folks singing the praises of these birds have any idea as to what a chicken eats when left to its own devices.
Then, I hold off on all milk fresh from the cow, or even if it's been irradiated. Can't digest that stuff so it must be processed as acidophilous or cheese aged at least 9 months or yoghurt. The penalties for drinking fresh, whole milk are too numerous to mention!
My favorite starch additive for making wheat-gluten free bread is TAPIOCA ~ it's stretchy, just like wheat, but you have to process it to eat it since it comes with a couple of poisons ~ but they are easily removed unlike the poisonous gluten in wheat ~ which simply cannot be removed easily enough.
Someday I hope to see a wheat-gluten free wheat product on the market ~ it'll have to come about through some serious GMO of course.
Then there's beef ~ those poor animals have been bred and rebred so many times they're as far removed from an Aurochs as a tadpole. Better to hunt down your own wild pigs. They eat a natural diet!
One day a stupid neighbor stole my white rocks ~ they were old but they laid well ~ I'd imagine that after they cooked them for two days you could get a knife through the meat ~ but seriously, who'd want to risk handling a really old free range chicken?
All one has do to do, is look who was behind the California proposition to label GM crops, i.e., Greenpeace, Sierra Club, Greens and the far left Democrats, to see where the movement comes from and who puts all the money behind this movement. Also the big organic business, which has become “Big Organic”, is putting big money behind this movement, as they believe they will make big money if GM food is labelled. Actually, Greenpeace wants GM crops to be banned, not just labelled...so they are also dishonest when talking about labelling.
I raised my own chickens for years and years. And your credentials?
The Indians never mated cornfields with bacterium. There’s a difference between selecting the ‘best’ plant or plants and saving seeds from those, and introducing genetic material from a bacterium into those corn plants.
I’m hardly a greenpeace supporter. The choice we are going to be ultimately given is this: Eat GMO food and risk subsequent sterilization (I double dog dare you to read some of the grant proposals on the gates foundation web site for this very thing!) or just plain starve.
Ultimately, the population control wackjobs (Gates, Buffet, Soros, others) just want you out of the gene pool. Either directly via starvation or indirectly via failure to reproduce.
You can’t reason with these people.
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