GMOs are not the solution:
– Austrian Government Study Confirms Genetically Modified (GM) Crops Threaten Human Fertility and Health Safety (Institute For Responsible Technology)
– Exposed: the great GM crops myth (The Independent):
“Genetic modification actually cuts the productivity of crops, an authoritative new study shows, undermining repeated claims that a switch to the controversial technology is needed to solve the growing world food crisis.”
– Life running out of control – Genetically Modified Organisms (Documentary)
– The World According to Monsanto (Documentary)
– Greenpeace: No need for condoms – GE corn can do the job (Greenpeace)
– Europe’s secret plan to boost GM crop production (The Independent)
– FDA Considers Engineered Animals For Food (CBS NEWS)
– Genetically ‘improved’ oysters behind France’s shellfish plague (Telegraph)
– Prince Charles warns GM crops risk causing the biggest-ever environmental disaster (Telegraph)
– At stake is no less than control of the world’s food supply (Edmonton Journal)
– BIODIVERSITY: Privatisation Making Seeds Themselves Infertile (IPS)
Yes, there will be a engineered global food crisis – like the engineered financial crisis – in the near future and the elite is preparing for it:
‘Doomsday’ seed vault opens in Arctic (msnbc):
They are storing “real” seeds. Take a close look who is behind this:
Investors Behind Doomsday Seed Vault May Provide Clues to Its Purpose (Natural News):
“The group of investors includes The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto Corporation, Syngenta Foundation, and the Government of Norway.”
If there would be no crisis coming and/or GMOs would not be a problem for the environment then why would they do this ‘now’?
Source: The Observer
Top thinktank issues stark warning of unrest over prices and says GM crops could offer a solution
Britain faces a major food crisis unless urgent steps are taken to revive its flagging agricultural sector, warns one of the world’s most influential thinktanks.
Following a week in which world leaders and the United Nations expressed deep concern about the prospect of global food shortages, Chatham House suggests there needs to be a major shake-up in the UK’s supply chain if the country is to continue feeding itself.
Controversially, the report’s authors claim the debate about the use of GM crops in the UK will have to be reopened if productivity is to be increased, a suggestion likely to spark anger from the green lobby.