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If Your Testicles Turn Blue Then You’ve Been Eating Too Many GMO’s…

January 23, 2010

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The important question is this: What poses a more dire threat for the extinction of humanity:

  1. Climate Change
  2. The Economy
  3. Terrorism or
  4. GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms)?

The silent infiltration of GMOs into the global food system poses a threat far more greater and insidious than anything else facing mankind today.  It is practically impossible today to find any red meat that hasn’t been fed GM Corn or Soy.    Meat eaters, through feed contamination, will be the first group of humans hit with GM deforming problems – that is – unless the meat industry stands-up against GMOs.  But you can be sure that companies like Monsanto and others who seek global domination of food through GMO seed ownership and contamination are working 24/7 to rule the world.  The problem is that in only two generations, we could be in a world where the only surviving humans are those created in test tubes – and even they will not last a long time.

GMOs are, by far, the greatest and most urgent threat ever to face humankind, much worse than devastating hurricanes and earthquakes, civil or global war and nuclear destruction due to economic and ideological differences.  It will wipe out humanity much faster than anything else and it will do so in the shape of colorful packages covered with cartoon characters and loaded with sugar.

Unfortunately, there is no scientific basis for my statements.  But the fact that there is no scientific evidence to prove GMOs as safe should be cause enough for concern to ban and outlaw them completely.  Wouldn’t you agree?

PS – Four things you can do to help prevent this: 1.) Share this message 2.) Buy Certified Organic 3.) Tell all farmers/ranchers, and food suppliers – especially the meat industry – to stop using GMOs and 4.) Work to change the laws to ban and outlaw the patenting of all life forms

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Tim Martinez permalink
    March 5, 2010 2:45 pm

    I don’t like GMO’s either, though it is difficult to argue against them when you have no reason WHY they are bad… I found this to be a problem in my Macrobiotic books,,,they just say to avoid them but I would like the macrobiotic community to begin to form actual arguments as to why.
    Personally I argue that they destroy biodiversity and some require use of harmful pesticides, but we’re going to get nowhere with articles like this. To so many people it just sounds like nonsense.

  2. NotoGMOs permalink
    August 4, 2010 11:17 pm

    There are lots of reasons not to eat GMOs. Scientists disagree on the topic of GMOs, but the US government has hired many ex employees of Monsanto and other bio tech companies, so they firmly back their product. No independent testing has been done / or allowed by Monsanto, et al. Scients who speak out lose their jobs or are threatened away. The rare test has shown dangers – liver and kidney failure, reproductive problems, etc. Just Google it or check out some of the links I’ve posted on twitter under the name above. You’ll find lots of info out there. Of course you can read the propaganda from Monsanto, but remember, their bottom line is $$$$ not health.

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