It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Her name is Rachel Parent, and she’s suddenly an internet sensation for her cool-headed debate about GMOs on a popular Canadian TV show. (She’s also the founder of the Kids Right to Know GMO Walk.) As you’ll see in the video below, Rachel calmly argues for the basic human right to know what’s in our food, even as the condescending bully of a host named Kevin O’Leary verbally assaults the girl and practically accuses her of murdering children.
GMOs are a dangerous global experiment using human beings as lab rats, and consumers should have the right to know what they’re buying or eating.
What a big man trying to undermine a kid trying to do the right thing.
He asked stupid questions. He was actually repeating anti-GMO talking points for the girl to respond to.
Kevin O'Leary isn't just a talking head on TV. He does have a pretty solid business background to say the least.
There is, it's called avoiding the rhetoric (all of the rhetoric) and looking at the actual research.
There should be some middle ground where we can research GMO stuff without it being rammed down people's throats by the Monsanto's of the world.
Originally posted by grey580
I was like. So what bio company does that guy work for.
It definitely sounded like some sort of odd play.
A very strange interview certainly.
You keep talking about the research that shows gmo's are safe, but offer no links to those studies.
That's why I don't post links. I would be accused of cherry picking.
Where are the long term studies from unbiased organizations?
I agree. But, apparently in California anyway, not everyone feels the same way.
We should know what is in our food, and be able to make the choice weather we want to take part in consuming it.