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Robert Kieser

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March Against Monsanto!

If you care about the food we are provided by our farmers you will join this campaign to stop the hidden bull crap they are doing with our food. 1993 was the first year GMO food hit the stores (WITH NO INFORMATION ON THE LABEL). GMO food is supposedly stronger by design, but sources show increased pesteside use by them. We are the ginnea pigs for the food (at least the stuff in the store that take the shape of food) they are providing us. I have read some data that shows the food is missing 15 out of 17 of the vitamins it used to have. Really all they care about is longer shelf life and preventing things that happen naturally like reproducing, example: bud nip that stops potatos from budding. Fish DNA in corn.

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Tuli Collins

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March Against Monsanto!

Dear Friends, We cant change the past but we can change the future and I really want to protect the future of our food for my grandkids sake, and Im sure you do too. Here is a message from the leader Organic Consumers Association- Please Pledge to join the March Against Monsanto on May 24, 2014! Posted By: Organic Consumers Association (campaign leader) In 1999, Monsanto defined an "extreme level" of its Roundup herbicide as 5.6 milligrams per kilogram of plant weight. So imagine how alarmed scientists were to find, on average, nine milligrams of Roundup per kilogram on 70 percent of the genetically engineered soy plants they recently tested. (At least 85 percent of all soy grown in the U.S. is genetically engineered). The scientists studied 31 different soybean plants on Iowa farms. They compared the accumulation of pesticides and herbicides on plants in three categories: genetically engineered "Roundup Ready" soy, conventionally produced (non-GMO) soy, and soy cultivated using organic practices. And the results were extremely disturbing. The study will be published in June, in Food Chemistry, but it's available now online. Read more: Monsanto GM Soy is Scarier Than You Think Read the study: Glyphosate accumulates in Roundup Ready GM soybeans Thanks everyone, this is something that we cant "turn" a blind eye to any longer :( Blessings, Tuli PLEASE PLEDGE

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