posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 01:20 PM
reply to post by SadistNocturne
I guess a few ignorant Nit-Wits didn't like being shot down the first time on this thread....
(Hope I did that link thing right)
And commissioned someone to start a new one.
Good luck arguing GMO's with me.....
Guns don't kill, people Kill.
GMO's don't necessarily kill, but corporations will slice your throat over that stray penny.
I do have a problem with the likes of Monsanto and their single generation seeds. How long before these have managed to be cross pollinated and have
tainted all of the worlds genetic stock?
I do have a problem with the thought of Gov'ts, largely at the behest of corporations like Monsanto, wanting to ban the planting and germination of
non-approved seeds. Couldn't begin to understand why a company like Monsanto could possibly want this. Nope, not at all.
I do have a problem with a company which has shown such poor control over their own product that it shows up growing "wild" ten years after it was
supposedly ceased as an experiment, in some farmers field.
So, go on about "all this GMO hate" all you want. I have nothing against scientific advancement for the good of the planet and the good of mankind.
And you can feel free to fervently suckle at Monsanto's teat all you want.
And besides, why are you so bruising for a fight? All I am talking about here is the clear labeling of products as being either organic or not, and
the ability to know and understand what corporations are actively backing these efforts.
Not really worth a "fight", now is it? Or is there something about this that you feel should remain shrouded from the sight of consumers?
on 26-10-2013 by SadistNocturne because: (no reason given)