Dissecting the Royal Society’s GMO Whitewash

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Dr. Robert Verkerk is the Executive and Scientific Director of the Alliance for Natural Health. Today we discuss his recent article, “UK Royal Society whitewash on GM crops,” which breaks down the Royal Society’s recent report on the safety of genetically modified foods. From false assurances of consensus to exclusion of key issues like glyphosates and superweeds, we show how the latest report is a whitewash and discuss why the Royal Society is promoting the biotech industry.


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  • ura soul

    it’s unlikely that ‘farmers’ whose ‘job’ is to murder and control, on mass,
    large numbers of animals are in a psycho-spiritual state of sufficient
    balance to be able to know what is and what is not beneficial for animals.

  • aramagoo

    Government involvement in food production is dangerous .Government will
    always act on behalf of cartels and not the general welfare ,if it becomes
    a choice.

  • not2tees

    People can only become more wary by suffering but our abusers of humanity
    can only become richer through increasingly sophisticated deceptions.
    Humanity is united in Learning From Mistakes, I guess.

  • Han Boetes

    It’s complete insanity to hand over complete control of your food chain to
    a monopolist, especially one which is hellbent on profit over everything.

  • Mister International

    Boycott commercially produced products and produce; the health and
    well-being of your family and descendants are in extreme danger

  • vin 950

    I think one of the scariest GMO related problems at hand is the current
    infection from cotton. Apparently cottonbuds and other products are one of
    the reasons behind morgellons, or could be. THey have a modified bacteria
    or fungus of some kind which is used for combatting mites. This is
    allegedly the cause of fibers or threads erupting from humans when they are
    infected. I didnt believe some of the claims, but this one test they
    mentioned made me think there is something to it. Try taking a cotton ball,
    and pulling it apart. or a cotton q tip, and pull some of the cotton off.
    keep it far away from your breath, and hold still. If the cotton still
    carries the fungus, it tends to act like a snake, wriggling and curling
    while most of the other fibers are still. I had this happen to 80% of the
    cotton balls and q tips from CVS here in california. But not from the ones
    I got from safeway, strangely enough. I even placed it under a glass jar,
    and it still moves around for a good minute or two.

  • Stealth Emerald

    aside from this massive issue/concern, but not unrelated; is the health
    danger in food packaging/canning..BPA for example! Plastic food, for
    plastic people and their plastic oceans:( *side note > just the other day I
    bought a Larabar with 2 ingredients of only cashews and dates…but it had
    a big piece of plastic in it!! sigh

  • Aminor Amajor

    don’t you think countries that adopt GMO will lose their food independence;
    and those who lose their independence of food will lose their liberty in
    many ways?

  • dolovfm

    School boy science that seeds travel – i remember learning it at primary
    school. I have had my calaloo i was growing myself fuse with some rapeseed
    from a nearby farm before – not good.

  • steveetienne

    our food is being destroyed, our water is full of crap, our skies are being
    sprayed, we are being subjected to wifi radiation, there are non elected
    bodies in positions of power stealing our money, we are being propagandised
    and taxed over the climate change fraud, other countries are being bombed
    and pillaged and yet the majority of the general publi sit at home lapping
    up xfactor and football. we are doomed.

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