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GM Foods: Starvation Is More Toxic

These are the new findings I spoke of, and the type of ideology I’m speaking too/of: http://www.truthout.org/1215091

Monsanto killed my uncle (agent orange) and took my moms career and the sight in one of her eyes(aspartame toxicity). I share that before someone calls me a suit supporter, or a slave brain.

I know about these people, but at the same time I’m still going with Penn ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIvNopv9Pa8 ) on this one, GM food fear is easy when you have food at all.

From any angle GM food being mildly (or even not so mildly) toxic is the least of our concerns as a species. Starvation is 100% toxic. Can the same be said of these foods? By definition, no, obviously.

The good thing about modifying something is you can modify it. Put simply we can fix this, and at this point all these kinds of efforts (the political anti technology anti food movement) serve to do is starve foreign people to death.

That may not mean anything to most Americans but I am not most Americans.

You may disapprove of my calling this movement anti food, but the fact is the planet without total restricting of the biosphere can not cope with our current let alone future population as it stand along side our distribution systems, this means by definition for many millions of people GM food and food are synonymous., thus attacking one is attacking the other.

We’re talking about people hungry enough to literally eat dirt (mud cookies, you probably think I’m kidding) people who’s children die crawling to UN aid stations, people who’s agricultural demands require then to literally blow into cow’s asses so they can fart in their face. (To help the cows digestion, again, not kidding.) My point isn’t to shock you but to make you aware of something, if you are arguing about GM food you don’t even know what hunger is.

So until we get that squared away, the whole feeding everyone food of any kind thing, then we can talk about repairing it, making it safer, and executing Monsanto execs. Until then, be careful about the effect of your goal and unless you are willing to have blood on your hands, unless you are willing to sacrifice strangers for your agenda, openly and honestly (and you may be right, only time will tell) then shut up because this debate is not for the timid hypocrite.

Updated: April 27, 2010 — 5:58 am

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