By Rady Ananda
Among several “chemicals of concern” recently removed from a list of proposed regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency, Bisphenol A, a neurotoxin and endocrine disruptor that also damages DNA, has been banned in several other nations and in eleven US states.
BPA is used in making plastics from bottles to food packaging, and in thermal receipt paper. It’s found on paper money, and in epoxy resin used in food cans and textiles. Though BPA penetrates nearly half of all food stuffs, several more toxic bisphenols, like BPS, reports GreenMedInfo, also invade the food supply.
By Rady Ananda
“We need to start focusing on food production. It takes 15 years to bring a genetically engineered product to market. The clock is ticking. We need to get moving.” ~ Dr Jason Clay, Senior Vice President, World Wildlife Fund, 2010.
A 2011 film by Wilfried Huismann, The Silence of the Pandas, targets the World Wildlife Fund, the largest, most trusted, and best-funded environmental “protection” organization in the world. Its reputation does not live up to its actions, however, which green wash industries that are destroying the environment as well as indigenous cultures.
Posted in Art, Books, Music & Film, Environment, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering
Tagged argentina, biotech, biotechnology, ecocide, ecodestruction, Environment, factory farms, farmers, Genetically Engineered Food, india, Land Rights, land theft, monopolies, Monsanto, papua, Peasants, pollution, Ranchers, scientific studies, secession, silence of the pandas, Survival Skills, Sustainable Practices, Tribes, water rights, world wildlife fund, wwf
By Fred Burks
Are we being used as human guinea pigs? The recent breakdown and radiation release at Japanese nuclear reactors after a massive earthquake raises this question. How much are government and business risking our lives and health with dangerous technologies like nuclear power, genetically modified foods, inadequately tested vaccines, and other even worse “experiments”? Remember that the American Medical Association and many doctors sided with the tobacco industry long after the harmful effects of smoking were proven. Some scientists also once believed radiation had little danger, putting volunteers at risk to prove this.
Below is a list depicting the rampant use of humans as guinea pigs in government, military, and medical experiments over the last century. Links to reliable sources are provided to confirm the information on each item presented. There are still today officials in the government, military, and even business leaders who sadly feel no need to inform us when we are used in potentially hazardous experiments.
Posted in Big Pharma, Bioweaponry, FDA, USDA, Genetic Engineering, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Military, Nuclear Weapons/Energy, Psy-Ops
Tagged biotech, bioweapons, DNA, Ethnic Cleansing, genocide, lsd, mk naomi, nanofoods, nuclear test, pharmaceuticals, vaccines
By Rady Ananda
By a vote of 178 to 98, on February 9th, Canada’s House of Commons defeated Bill C-474, an Act that would have required an analysis of potential harm to export markets before permitting the commercialization of any new genetically engineered seed. Organic farmers now fear the collapse of the wheat and alfalfa markets, since Canada’s export markets reject biotech food.
Jack Layton, MP (Toronto-Danforth) and leader of Canada’s New Democrats, expressed his disappointment in an email promising to “continue to take every opportunity to pressure the government to initiate a public debate around genetic engineering and to use a precautionary approach to this important issue.”
Posted in Bioweaponry, Environment, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Obama and Company
Tagged bayer, biotech, biotechnology, c-474, canada, dupont, Environment, ge crops, Genetically Engineered Food, gmo exports, Monsanto, obama, Organic, syngenta
By Rady Ananda
In a January 2008 meeting, US and Spain trade officials strategized how to increase acceptance of genetically modified foods in Europe, including inflating food prices on the commodities market, according to a leaked US diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks.
During the meeting, Secretary of State for International Trade, Pedro Mejia, and Secretary General Alfredo Bonet “noted that commodity price hikes might spur greater liberalization on biotech imports.”
It seems Wall Street traders got the word. By June 2008, food prices had spiked so severely that “The Economist announced that the real price of food had reached its highest level since 1845, the year the magazine first calculated the number,” reports Fred Kaufman in The Food Bubble: How Wall Street starved millions and got away with it.
Posted in Economy Economics, Environment, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Obama and Company
Tagged biotech, biotechnology, diplomatic cables, economics, Environment, eu gmo rejection, european commission, european union, food bubble, food speculation, Genetically Engineered Food, Genetically Engineered Foods, gmo, monopolies, Neoliberalism, pollution, price fixing, price hikes, scientific studies, speculative commodities, us gmo agenda, USDA, wall street banksters, wikileaks
More biotech science lies
By Rady Ananda
Talk about psyops. On November 30, the magazine, New Scientist, published “Vatican scientists urge support for engineered crops,” which the Vatican immediately denied.
“The Vatican did not endorse an 11-page final statement in favor of easing restrictions on and allowing more widespread use of genetically modified crops, especially in poorer nations,” a Vatican official said in a statement published by Catholic News Service.
The academy’s chancellor Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo told CNS, “The statement is not a statement of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences because the Pontifical Academy of Sciences as such — 80 members — wasn’t consulted about it and will not be consulted about it.”
We take no prisoners; we accept no amendments. S510 must be stopped.
Send a live email message to your Senators through the online petition to Reject S.510.
The “lame duck” session of Congress begins today and S.510 –the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act–is scheduled for a cloture vote sometime this week.
S.510 is a major threat to the local food movement. It greatly expands FDA’s jurisdiction over intrastate commerce and imposes one-size-fits-all regulations that will make it more difficult for small farms and food processors to remain in business.
It is urgent that you call your Senators and ask them to oppose S.510.
Posted in Bioweaponry, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering
Tagged biotech, corpogov, fda, food control, food freedom, genetic engineering, private food contracts, right to contract, s510
GMO grapevines destroyed (AFP)
By Rady Ananda
Food Freedom Aug. 16, 2010
Early Sunday morning, French police stood helpless as sixty people, locked inside an open-air field of genetically modified grapevines, uprooted all the plants. In Spain last month, dozens of people destroyed two GMO fields. On the millennial cusp, Indian farmers burned Bt cotton in their Cremate Monsanto campaign. Ignored by multinational corporations and corrupt public policy makers, citizens act to protect the food supply and the planet.
Posted in Bioweaponry, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Resistance
Tagged biotech, biotechnology, cremate monsanto, Environment, farmers, genetic pollution, genetically engineered crops, Genetically Engineered Food, genetically modified crops, gmo vineyard destroyed, Land Rights, no GMO, Peasants, pollution, rady ananda, Ranchers, spain gmo crops destroyed