as far as gmo's go, nobody really knows what nasty effects they're going to have on our health in the future, but the obvious problems we can see
are that it's all about the control that these companies have. it's not bad enough for these guys to f_ck around with our food in all ways
imaginable, but the whole biotech thing is just a movement to monopolize our food supply, from the farmer who plants the seed all the way to the
market. there are so many things wrong with this subject, i could go on and on, but i just have to say that the root to the whole problem is how aware
the consumer is. the root to so many problems that the world has is that your "average joe" just doesn't give a sh-t. happily oblivious to
everything that isn't a blatant invasion of his little bubble of self-centered consumerism.
if only "freedom of the press" actually meant something.
who knows the truth about anything that's happening all across the world? who can know? poor people might be lucky to get basic cable, which is the
most obvious propaganda that's out there, though they might have internet access, they have to search, and search, to find any shred of truth about
anything, then they need to find evidence to back it up.
the real tragedy is that the poor people are the ones who are taken advantage of. unknowing or even knowing slaves, who have know other choice, no
other way of survival than to just give in and play the game.
and who can afford to eat organic? there is not middle class anymore. there is only slaves any overseers.
big businesses like monsanto keep pushing to make the whole world eat THEIR food, and they won't even eat it themselves, hell, they're the ones can
afford not to.
whoever may be reading this post, or maybe even doing they're own research about things may know the truth, but what about the majority who just
don't care? those who don't have the internet have such limited resources to get the truth from, how do we keep them informed? will they accept what
you tell them?
not only must we keep informed for our own personal health, and while you may not really care about the health of the d1ckhead that lives down the
street, his children don't have much of a choice what he puts on their dinner plate now do they? what they know is what he wants them to know, and
this is how they come into the world, generation after generation, mindless consumers, who don't have the courage or even the time to care about
things that don't seem to effect them. or maybe their just don't happen to be interested in the subject. is it a matter of interest, or is it a
matter of just having a little bit of moral fiber in your diet as well as concern for the well being of those who are led blind-folded into the
blender of capitalist greed?
just a little food for thought my friends,
here's a couple links for anybody who's new to the subject,