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If you argue not to label GMOs, then you must argue for no ingredients labeled on anything at all


It is more than obvious that anyone who wants to keep genetically modified food unlabeled is either making money from the biotech industry or doesn't mind eating insecticide and pesticide daily. Any argument supporting hiding this "modification" of food means that you would also support all food going unlabeled, because of course, that means you don't care at all what's in your food and that you also do not have any allergy to anything on this earth, including chemicals. How noble that people fight for their right and act as if there is some kind of rational reasoning to hiding GMOs, or that somehow it costs more money to have a few more words printed on a label. Maybe the pharmaceutical industry should not list any ingredients in medicine either, because that just costs more money, and heck, if it's medicine, why would you need to know what's in it, just trust the allopathic M.D., oh, and Big Pharma too
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Monsanto and GMO lies revealed


In May 2013, two million people in over 50 countries expressed outrage over Monsanto's desire to own the food supply through genetically-altered (and patented) seeds that threaten all life on this planet. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are when a plant or animal has been genetically engineered with DNA from bacteria, viruses or other plants and animals. Whether you like it or not, you are eating genetically manipulated food without your consent.
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Monsanto and GMO lies revealed


In May 2013, two million people in over 50 countries expressed outrage over Monsanto’s desire to own the food supply through genetically-altered (and patented) seeds that threaten all life on this planet. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are when a plant or animal has been genetically engineered with DNA from bacteria, viruses or other plants and animals. Whether you like it or not, you are eating genetically manipulated food without your consent.
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Kellogg’s Foods are Full of GMO Sugar Beets: Join the Boycott!


In light of dangers surrounding GMOs, companies are steering clear of the controversial ingredients, or are at least labeling them. Some countries are even banning some GMOs. But they don’t all feel this way. In fact, some of the most popular cereals like Corn Flakes or Froot Loops contain a heaping dose of GMO sugar beets (among other things). Cereal giant Kellogg’s is using Monsanto’s genetically engineered sugar beets to sweeten your morning meal, and at this rate about 90% of the food industry will follow suite, unless we as a collective stop buying products which are full of GMOs.
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20 Genetically Modified Foods Coming To Your Plate


If the need to halt GMOs were not urgent enough, this article should scare the pants off you. Here we glimpse some of the potentials for the unabated and bizarre proliferation of GMOs. Some of these developments you will already know about (hopefully), but some will come as a surprise. As I see it we are now at a crossroads where we can still dismantle this dangerous and perverted manipulation of the very fabric of life, the sacred code of Nature, which will undoubtedly affect each and every one of us in profound ways now and in the future.
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14-year-old teen GMO activist schools ignorant TV host on human rights, food labeling


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.
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Fast food workers demand $15 per hour wages to serve you GMOs and other disease-promoting garbage


Thousands of service sector employees in at least seven major U.S. cities walked off the job recently in protest of wages they say are far too low to make an honest living. Workers at McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, and KFC locations across America skipped work in solidarity on July 29 to call for a near-doubling of the current average hourly rate for fast food workers, which hovers around $8 per hour.
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New monstrous breeds of GMO tomato coming to a store near you


The first commercially available, genetically modified crop was the tomato, which first made its debut in the United States in 1994 but which disappeared soon after under a cloud of controversy. New, giant breeds of GM tomatoes; however, are set to make a comeback at a grocery store near you, but not without most of the same old health issues.
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