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Is it safe to consume GM Food?

Generic Roulette video was expired, it was replaced with this full length HD presentation Jeffrey M. Smith (the global leader in GMO awareness) gave on August 17th, 2012

Excerpts from the Generic Roulette video:

You may be wondering how GMO foods come to our dinner table. Those foods come from the back door with our FDA help.

GM industry has appointed known advocates of GMO foods to positions like Secretary of Agriculture (both  Tom Vilsack and Ann Veneman) Michael Taylor, Roger Beachy (Director, USDA NIFA, 2009),  Margaret Miller (Branch Chief for evaluation of rBGH under Bush, previously scientist at Monsanto on Bovine Growth Hormone), Linda Fisher, EPA Deputy Administrator under Clinton, after being VP at Monsanto). Michael Taylor is our Food Safety czar.

According to American Academy of Environmental Scientists reported:
However, several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GM food consumption including infertility, immune dysregulation, accelerated aging, dysregulation of genes associated with cholesterol synthesis, insulin regulation, cell signaling, and protein formation, and changes in the liver, kidney, spleen and gastrointestinal system.
We’ve been consuming these foods for 20 years, about the time span of allergy epidemic.

BT kills insects by breaking open their stomachs.  Monsanto said that is insects, it won’t hurt people.  But it does break open pores in human cells.

Jeffrey Smith, “They found that the part of the gene inserted into soy to make them RoundUp ready transferred into the DNA of bacteria living inside our intestines, and stayed there.  That bacteria was not kill-able with Round Up, suggesting that the gene remained active.  This means that long after we have stopped eating genetically modified foods we may still have these genetically modified proteins produced continuously inside of us.  They never checked to see if the BT toxin gene transferred from, say, corn chips, into our intestinal bacteria.  If it does, it might turn our intestinal flora into living pesticide factories.   This might explain why 93% of women tested in Canada had the BT toxin in their blood, as well as in the blood of 80% of their unborn fetuses.  [See also:] .

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