Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Germany to Ban Monsanto GM Corn, Joining France



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4 comments:

Wheeler MacPherson said...

This is good, GOOD news. I'm praying that our Father will thwart the fools who are currently playing havoc (and God) with our food supply. Thank you for posting this.

As an amusing aside, the verification word for this comment is "nontool." I likes it.

Lone Wolf said...

Almost too good to be true, Wheeler. I wonder if TPTB are merely allowing these laws to be passed to lull the population into a false sense of security, while planing to circumvent this by continuing to stealthily distribute the GM crops in France, Germany, etc -- perhaps varieties that are hard to detect as GM.

EG said...

I have a friend who is a responsible leader in the midwifery community in the midwest, and they watch birth defect trends world wide. A specific fatal umbilical cord deformity used to be seen every 1 in 10,000-20,000 births. They are seeing it here more in the states recently. In India, where the staple foods are GM corn and soy, the rate is now 1 in 5 (FIVE!)

Lone Wolf said...

Interesting EG. Thanks for the info.