Get Rid of GMO in our Food

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GMO free food is our right

GMO is hiding away in so many plants now it is very frightening.  Science is not a strong point for a lot of people so the complexities of these processes often go unnoticed and companies like Syngenta and Monsanto want it that way. The less we know and understand the better.  I recently stumbled across a research program for malaria that involved putting a gene in the mosquito that turned it into a zombie and it just followed the light. In my opinion this kind of experimentation is foolish when there are many plants with pretty strong credentials to help in the fight against this disease.  Artemisia for one. This kind of research could have grave consequences in the wrong hands, which often is exactly where they end up and nobody seems to ever be accountable.  What about the contamination of the ancient mexican corn seeds. A truck full of genetically modified corn accidentally found its way right into the middle of it. We have the power to get rid of this abomination from our food. Never before have we had such powerful tools to connect and turn the tide on these unethical corporations. October 2010 is non-gmo month.  Thousands of people can become activisits in the revolution against this.  We can take back our food supply. At the top of the food chain our informed choices about what we buy can bring these multinationals to their knees in a very short time.  Get informed and act now to take back our right to healthy food.


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Everything you need to know about the dangers of Genetically Modified Foods

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by Rasta Farmer Boi

Rasta Farmer Boi is the best gardener and farmer you could ever see. He knows how to grow food and any kind of plant. He can raise seed and knows how to communicate with the nature spirits. His garden is always abundant and flourishing. He loves plantains and yams, cassavas and sweet potato and can make a great pot of soup. He loves to teach people how to grow things so they can always get good fresh food to eat.