Greenpeace in real time.
Thailand? (beat ya!)
posted on 08/27/2007 12:51:36 PM PDT
''This shows the failure of government agencies to educate people about the possible health risks of genetically-engineered crops,'' she said.
Actually, Ms. Activist, this shows, yet again, the liberal mind at work. You see a lack of education about health risks of genetically engineered food; they, on the other hand, see the health risks of an empty stomach.
posted on 08/27/2007 12:57:12 PM PDT
(No, I don't use sarcasm tags - it confuses people.)
GM crops are great. We just drove from Bloomington, Indiana to Bloomington, Illinois, and smashed, at most 20 cornbugs on our windshield.
That was in one of those zones where DeKalb and others have restricted, fenced zones with non-BT GM corn under development.
100% of our route was otherwise wall to wall GM BT corn!
Sure different than 40 years ago when you'd have to run your wipers night and day to make your way across the Cornbelt, and there we did it in the heart and there was hardly any problem with keeping things clean.
posted on 08/27/2007 12:57:25 PM PDT
Typical Greenpeace elitism: throwing away tons of food in a country where the average worker makes less than $20 a day.
posted on 08/27/2007 12:59:08 PM PDT
(Why is it that so many self-proclaimed "Constitutionalists" know so little about the Constitution?)
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people would not be able to avoid eating them because it was impossible to identify GM from non-GM food, said Ms Natwipha.
"...in fact," she continued, "the papayas we dumped couldn't be differentiated as GM or non-GM. Whoops, forget I said that."
posted on 09/03/2007 6:23:52 PM PDT
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They were just thinking about how hungry they were.
Maybe there's a clue in there for the Greenfreaks. Naah, they'd rather see people starve.
posted on 09/05/2007 7:55:29 PM PDT
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