He is right. The growing body of academic studies, the culture of capitalisation, corruption and intimidation surrounding the science. GMO is not
standing up to peer review with any integrity and is instead using its resources and influence to push its way through in an underhanded and deceptive
way. While some countries have managed to push GMO away, others have fallen under its spell and failed the people with a lack of labelling laws and
So what to do...
We do have a legal right to self defence, which is used in an immediate, life threatening situation. But what we are confronting is a long term,
generational assault so where do we draw the line?
On one side we have a group of political, financial and scientific elite who feel that 9 Billion people is just too many to look after and would
prefer a global population around half a billion, perhaps there is too much strain on their jobs and they just need to focus on the half a billion
they can look after instead of being plagued by megalomania and wanting it all when it is beyond their limitations.
We also have some evolutionists who think it is a good idea to expose the population to all kinds of nasties to help weed out the weaker strains. If
we are to go out and explore space there will be all kinds of strange and weird stuff going on so having a stronger and more resistant bodies will
help. Having a larger gene pool to select candidates will also be beneficial for space exploration as this is a strength in the genetic process.
There is also an exopolitical perspective where this is not the first time that genetic manipulation has taken place on Earth with stories of all
kinds of intergalactic races stopping by over the ages. Without certainty on the issue it is hard to say what the actual situation is, but there is
more than enough evidence to indicate that something is going on. The theological debate is also a big, lively one this issue with many unknown
On the other side of the conflict we have a global population under threat and civilisation at risk of falling away as the process of human sexual
reproduction comes to an end for many. As the demand for fertility services and cloning technologies increase life will become more regulated,
programmed and controlled.
As an IT professional, genetics work as a very effective search process. From where ever the first cell did come from, the human form is one of many
that has taken shape from this search process. DNA is very much the language of life here on Earth, one that is getting more study and understanding
as time goes on. Without understanding the full implications of what we are doing we are like a 2 year old at the control panel of a nuclear reactor
just pushing buttons.
The generational health effects of current GMO food production are known, but hidden behind a wall of legalistic abuse similar to global trail of
destruction of asbestos. Locations are selected where the local legal and scientific community is not informed and hampered in addressing issues and
responsibilities of production. Once Asbestos production was kicked out of the US in the 1960's it moved to Australia for about 40 years. Now India is
getting its turn. GMO is on this same game play.
By interfering on such a large scale with a very slow process that has been going on for billions of years we are at risk of losing it all as things
get out of hand. While some form of life will continue, any resemblance of social order will fade as depopulation takes hold. There are very
significant questions getting raised in the scientific community that are not being addressed. The process of life is a complex one with many
possibilities, but only one reality. it is up to all of us to decide what that reality will be.
Do you want to see humans face extinction while cloning and other reproductive technologies take over? Do you think man is really smart enough to take
over the search process that life has been performing for at least a few billion years? We are facing a complex, long term, life threatening
situation. The media is quite, government paid off, courts under resourced. Is man fit enough?
edit on 28-10-2011 by kwakakev because: removed 'and'