GMO food pushers are ‘anti-science’

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Supporters of genetically modified seeds and foods have long claimed to have “science” on their side when it comes to pushing more GMO on society. But one noted scientist says they have it backwards: They are the ones ignoring science, not those opposed to GMO crops and foods.

Dr. (Dame) Jane Goodall, the noted primate expert, has recently endorsed a new book that argues companies responsible for developing GMO foods and crops have distorted evidence to downplay dangers.

As reported by Britain’s Daily Mail:

Historically, critics of GM food have been lambasted by the GM companies, scientists who rely on their funding, and politicians, including the UK Government, as being “anti-science.”

However, Dame Jane argues that the advocates of GM food have ignored evidence of harm with the result it is they who are guilty of being “anti-science.”

She says that intervention in the food chain comes in the form of biotech giants like Monsanto, Syngenta and Bayer have used their clout with governments and industry to force GMO crops and foods onto plates in the U.S. without first conducting proper safety tests.

Book comes as UK, Europe consider lifting ban on GMO foods

As further noted by GM Watch:

The book, “Altered Genes, Twisted Truth,” features a foreword by the renowned primatologist Dame Jane Goodall, who will also speak at the conference, hailing it as “without doubt one of the most important books of the last 50 years.”

The findings contained in the book, which was written by American public interest attorney Steven Druker, come at a critical time; the United Kingdom is considering allowing the planting of commercial GMO crops after the European Parliament’s decision to allow member states to opt out of the EU-wide GMO blockade that has existed thus far…

Read more at GMO food pushers turn out to be the ones who are ‘anti-science’ – NaturalNews.com.

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Fluoridated water increases ADHD rates

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More than four out of five of America’s largest cities add fluoride to municipal water sources, a trend that has been growing since Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first to do it in 1945. For decades, scientists have been enamored with the association between fluoridated water and a decreased rate of tooth decay among the communities that drink it. But, this junk science is merely a ploy to sell off industrial waste and hide the health hazards.

Of course, it didn’t take long before the government stepped in, recommending that water sources be supplemented with fluoride for the sake of ‘public health’. In reality, it should come as no surprise that government ‘health’ agencies are simply focused on supporting corporate agendas – not preserving public health. [More points covered in the article, below.].

  • Proof: Fluoride in drinking water lowers IQ
  • What is the link between fluoride and learning disorders?
  • Exposing the neurotoxicity of fluoride in drinking water

Why should you tell your family and friends about the dangers of fluoride? In the words of Thomas Jefferson:

“Whenever the people are well-informed, they can be trusted with their own government.”

Read the full article at Fluoridated water increases ADHD rates | Natural Health 365.

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