Re: [fukuoka_farming] FW: GMO
- Thanks for the info. My 'NO' is registered. Please everyone, cast your vote.
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 7:02 AM, FranandDave Nokes <fdnokes@...>wrote:
> From: anjali_thomas@... <anjali_thomas%40shaw.ca>
> To: ;
> Subject: Fw: GMO
> Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2010 11:28:22 -0800
> feels important to pass along.
> circulate to your group, your garden club, whoever can help.
> Economist has a GM debate sponsored by BASF: "This house believes that
> biotechnology and sustainable agriculture are complementary, not
> currently losing and the debate rounds up in the next 48 hours.
> vote now and vote NO - and tell everyone you know to do the same.
> the GM industry what you think of them with just one click - no signup,
> name or
> email needed - just go here -
> and vote
> AGAINST the motion.
> suspect this has been worded in an attempt to ask a 'soft' question, which
> sounds harmless, so that people will be fooled into agreeing with it. But
> fact is that GM and sustainable agriculture are NOT compatible, or
> complementary, as the very presence of GM in an open space means that
> and other non-GM crops will inevitably be contaminated. This is happening
> wherever GM crops are grown, and is well-documented. American farmers who
> sold on GM ten years ago are now turning against it - listen to my podcast
> at http://biobees.libsyn.com for
> evidence of this.
> be fooled by industry propaganda: GM crops are TOTALLY INCOMPATIBLE with
> sustainable agriculture.
> is not a definitive survey, but it is run by The Economist and will be used
> the media as 'evidence' one way or the other.
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