Voters And FBI Put On Alert: Massive Deceptions Found In The No On 37 Campaign

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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 02:40 PM
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It would appear that California still has hope with prop 37 passing since corruption took place in the polls yesterday. I'm not surprised that Monsanto and the other corporate lackeys would pull a stunt like this but I guess with desperate times, they will do what it takes to stay in power.


Even as ballots are still being cast in the battle over the measure, which would require labeling for genetically modified (GM) foods, the fight is taking an unexpected turn – straight into FBI headquarters. The agency reportedly contacted an attorney for the CA Right to Know campaign, in response to an official complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Justice on October 18, which cited numerous, and likely criminal, actions by the “No on 37″ campaign.


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It's about time we catch these crooks red handed and learn the true harm that GMO food brings to our health!




posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:00 PM
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Originally posted by Stop-loss!
It would appear that California still has hope with prop 37 passing since corruption took place in the polls yesterday. I'm not surprised that Monsanto and the other corporate lackeys would pull a stunt like this but I guess with desperate times, they will do what it takes to stay in power.


Even as ballots are still being cast in the battle over the measure, which would require labeling for genetically modified (GM) foods, the fight is taking an unexpected turn – straight into FBI headquarters. The agency reportedly contacted an attorney for the CA Right to Know campaign, in response to an official complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Justice on October 18, which cited numerous, and likely criminal, actions by the “No on 37″ campaign.


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This is fantastic! I was really hoping someone would call out the No on 37 campaign. Hopefully this leads to some real knowledge for the people.
It's about time we catch these crooks red handed and learn the true harm that GMO food brings to our health!



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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I knew they would pull some BS on Gmo labeling.


No way they let that go through without a fight.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:10 PM
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It's about time we catch these crooks red handed and learn the true harm that GMO food brings to our health!


Just to clarify, no adverse health effects have been officially noted as of yet, regardless of some recent press releases have stated.

Dont get me wrong, I do not like the idea of GMO products and I believe tagging them would be appropriate, as people should know what they are consuming.

I to am glad, that we can have some manner of integrity in preserving our awareness of these foods.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:26 PM
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I recommend you watch this video if you haven't already on the disasters that GMO foods bring to the table, as well as other 3rd world countries.

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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:37 PM
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I apologize, I do not have time to watch the video now, but I will at some point.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I am in no way a supporter of GMO foods..My point was that no significant statistical data has been presented in a peer reviewed journal stating the adverse health effects of these modified food products.

I at no time claimed that they were not bad for you, but your OP made it seem like it is proven fact.

I realize there was a French study that had some results, but it has been met with some criticisms.

Claiming things as fact until there is a significant consensus helps no one and just confuses the matter.

Needless to say, if a piece of GMO food was placed before me, I would probably push it away

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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 04:59 PM
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Originally posted by MDDoxs
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Needless to say, if a piece of GMO food was placed before me, I would probably push it away

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That's all that matters in the end.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 06:13 PM
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There is not one single reason that GMO products should not be labeled as such. The original reasoning (I forget who) was that the people are too dumb and it will scare people off buying any product with the label. Give me a break. A true conspiracy if ever there was one.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 09:47 PM
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Also remember that it is the same govt who thinks you don't have a right to know, who appoints former Monsanto employees to the FDA etc, who will be in charge of the labelling.
I think it's a good thing of course, I think it's a start, but I do think it will have problems also.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 10:24 PM
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Originally posted by Kali74
There is not one single reason that GMO products should not be labeled as such. The original reasoning (I forget who) was that the people are too dumb and it will scare people off buying any product with the label. Give me a break. A true conspiracy if ever there was one.


I agree with the original reasoning especially if it helps civilization as a whole by making it easier to grow cheaper more plentiful and more nutritious crops.

I wouldn't be happy if eating them gave me cancer 50 years down the line, but I would take that if the alternative was starvation tomorrow.

I swear I remember reading something years ago about irradiating foods to make them last a long time. How you could cut down on loss due to spoilage and increase food yields and profits that way, but the companies were being required to label the foods as being irradiated and it scared uninformed people away from buying them because of their fear of the word "radiation".

It feels wrong to say this, but maybe people should be kept in the dark sometimes for the good of everyone? Especially if them not knowing won't hurt them. I mean, you might like a dish served somewhere. You'd probably be happier not knowing if it were made of bugs or something equally as gross. Ignorance is bliss and all that.
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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 11:30 PM
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And the truth shall set you free.
Bring to light so we can see.
Whats in the food for you and me.

Lightruth

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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 11:52 PM
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On behalf of Californians, I apologize for being a stupid state and buying into the lies paid for by all $45 MILLION donated by big food and big agra.

I didn't buy the lies but a crap load of my fellow statesmen did. Whats sad is that even my friends who have no idea about GMOs and actually don't even give a crap about healthy eating have heard my pleas, they STILL decided to buy into the B.S. advertisements and thought they were educated enough to reject prop 37.


Pathetic...
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posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 12:40 AM
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Originally posted by Mayson

Originally posted by Kali74
There is not one single reason that GMO products should not be labeled as such. The original reasoning (I forget who) was that the people are too dumb and it will scare people off buying any product with the label. Give me a break. A true conspiracy if ever there was one.


I agree with the original reasoning especially if it helps civilization as a whole by making it easier to grow cheaper more plentiful and more nutritious crops.

I wouldn't be happy if eating them gave me cancer 50 years down the line, but I would take that if the alternative was starvation tomorrow.

I swear I remember reading something years ago about irradiating foods to make them last a long time. How you could cut down on loss due to spoilage and increase food yields and profits that way, but the companies were being required to label the foods as being irradiated and it scared uninformed people away from buying them because of their fear of the word "radiation".

It feels wrong to say this, but maybe people should be kept in the dark sometimes for the good of everyone? Especially if them not knowing won't hurt them. I mean, you might like a dish served somewhere. You'd probably be happier not knowing if it were made of bugs or something equally as gross. Ignorance is bliss and all that.
edit on 7-11-2012 by Mayson because: (no reason given)


You know what? SO WHAT? In America, people can spend their money as they please. If they don't want to buy a product because of an unfounded fear about it, then that is their RIGHT as a consumer. It is not, however, a corporation's right to hide what they do to the products being put out for consumption. If I don't want to eat GMOs I won't. Monsanto would have me eat them whether I like it or not, rather than properly label their product and deal with their business like business people. They could make commercials explaining why they believe that their product is safe. If people still don't want to buy their products they could think of different ways to save money or extend product life, ways that people don't distrust so much. And if people still don't want to buy their products, then OH FREAKIN WELL, welcome to the FREE MARKET. DEAL WITH IT.

But no, much smarter and well informed people like you and Monsanto should be able to just lie and manipulate because the consumers are obviously too stupid to know what's good for them...



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 04:07 AM
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Maybe I can bring a little bit of good news, the battle for prop 37 isn't over just yet.

Some 25% of ballots in California haven't even been counted yet, these are absentee ballots. Even my own vote was absentee and that 25% represents MILLIONS of votes. Cross your fingers for the downfall of GMO's.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 04:57 AM
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Originally posted by Stop-loss!
It would appear that California still has hope with prop 37 passing since corruption took place in the polls yesterday. I'm not surprised that Monsanto and the other corporate lackeys would pull a stunt like this but I guess with desperate times, they will do what it takes to stay in power.


Even as ballots are still being cast in the battle over the measure, which would require labeling for genetically modified (GM) foods, the fight is taking an unexpected turn – straight into FBI headquarters. The agency reportedly contacted an attorney for the CA Right to Know campaign, in response to an official complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Justice on October 18, which cited numerous, and likely criminal, actions by the “No on 37″ campaign.


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It's about time we catch these crooks red handed and learn the true harm that GMO food brings to our health!


I wish this was true but unfortunately I know Monsanta did a great job into folding people into thinking that food prices will rise just by requiring a simple label!

Obviously people do not understand the danger of GMO. If people did a little more research instead of just reading a couple sentences on the ballot they would have realized this is a fight for our children's health and future.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 04:58 AM
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Originally posted by eLPresidente
Maybe I can bring a little bit of good news, the battle for prop 37 isn't over just yet.

Some 25% of ballots in California haven't even been counted yet, these are absentee ballots. Even my own vote was absentee and that 25% represents MILLIONS of votes. Cross your fingers for the downfall of GMO's.



Oh my God I would do anything to make this more true but I am so sad truth is that Monsanto one.

Somehow evil managed to succeed again!!!!!



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:00 AM
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Originally posted by steadilyscreaming

Originally posted by Mayson

Originally posted by Kali74
There is not one single reason that GMO products should not be labeled as such. The original reasoning (I forget who) was that the people are too dumb and it will scare people off buying any product with the label. Give me a break. A true conspiracy if ever there was one.


I agree with the original reasoning especially if it helps civilization as a whole by making it easier to grow cheaper more plentiful and more nutritious crops.

I wouldn't be happy if eating them gave me cancer 50 years down the line, but I would take that if the alternative was starvation tomorrow.

I swear I remember reading something years ago about irradiating foods to make them last a long time. How you could cut down on loss due to spoilage and increase food yields and profits that way, but the companies were being required to label the foods as being irradiated and it scared uninformed people away from buying them because of their fear of the word "radiation".

It feels wrong to say this, but maybe people should be kept in the dark sometimes for the good of everyone? Especially if them not knowing won't hurt them. I mean, you might like a dish served somewhere. You'd probably be happier not knowing if it were made of bugs or something equally as gross. Ignorance is bliss and all that.
edit on 7-11-2012 by Mayson because: (no reason given)


You know what? SO WHAT? In America, people can spend their money as they please. If they don't want to buy a product because of an unfounded fear about it, then that is their RIGHT as a consumer. It is not, however, a corporation's right to hide what they do to the products being put out for consumption. If I don't want to eat GMOs I won't. Monsanto would have me eat them whether I like it or not, rather than properly label their product and deal with their business like business people. They could make commercials explaining why they believe that their product is safe. If people still don't want to buy their products they could think of different ways to save money or extend product life, ways that people don't distrust so much. And if people still don't want to buy their products, then OH FREAKIN WELL, welcome to the FREE MARKET. DEAL WITH IT.

But no, much smarter and well informed people like you and Monsanto should be able to just lie and manipulate because the consumers are obviously too stupid to know what's good for them...


I could not agree more about people being too stupid to understand the danger that evil Monsanto is posing through been through genetically modified food.

If the yes on 37 campaign was smarter they would have made it clear that Monsanto is behind this push against 37 and they would be able to Google it or at least have a better understanding of who is supporting no one 37



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:02 AM
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Originally posted by eLPresidente
On behalf of Californians, I apologize for being a stupid state and buying into the lies paid for by all $45 MILLION donated by big food and big agra.

I didn't buy the lies but a crap load of my fellow statesmen did. Whats sad is that even my friends who have no idea about GMOs and actually don't even give a crap about healthy eating have heard my pleas, they STILL decided to buy into the B.S. advertisements and thought they were educated enough to reject prop 37.


Pathetic...
edit on 7-11-2012 by eLPresidente because: (no reason given)


I absolutely cannot stand it and hate it when some people like my brother are so god damn stubborn so proud that they would rather look stupid be stupid and do stupid things instead of technology that they are wrong.

These people would prefer to even get the short end the rough end of the stick up there but instead of just saying okay I'm wrong and I will fix it by for example voting yes on 37

And unfortunately ego testicle ignorant people are plentiful like this!



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:05 AM
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Originally posted by MDDoxs
reply to post by Stop-loss!
 


I apologize, I do not have time to watch the video now, but I will at some point.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I am in no way a supporter of GMO foods..My point was that no significant statistical data has been presented in a peer reviewed journal stating the adverse health effects of these modified food products.

I at no time claimed that they were not bad for you, but your OP made it seem like it is proven fact.

I realize there was a French study that had some results, but it has been met with some criticisms.

Claiming things as fact until there is a significant consensus helps no one and just confuses the matter.

Needless to say, if a piece of GMO food was placed before me, I would probably push it away

edit on 7-11-2012 by MDDoxs because: (no reason given)


How about the simple fact that rats that were fed GMO develop brain cancers and tumors within one or two generations.

Or the fact that honey bees are being killed by the millions because of the pesticides required to produce GMO crops

But if that is not enough for you and you are one of the ignorant people who Obviously he didn't do enough research into finding out what is really behind GMO campaign



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:07 AM
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Originally posted by John_Rodger_Cornman
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I knew they would pull some BS on Gmo labeling.


No way they let that go through without a fight.



They are evil evil evil!!!!!
If murder was not illegal I would kill those bastards with my own hands and not before expressing a little torture for the pure evil they are waging for the face of profit!!!!!





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