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Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation by F. William Engdahl
Their crops have been destroyed, because that’s what this herbicide is engineered to do: The strategy included fertility control, called “family destructioon, that destruvtion linked to the availability of key resources. Cargill wrote the rules that Engdahl calls the ” Cargill Plan.
InGeorge W. The only Enhdahl laws remaining were those restricting trade unions and collective bargaining.
If small Asian chicken farmers can be squeezed out, Tyson and the others can access the huge Asian poultry market. They also weren’t told that this hormone causes leukaemia and tumors in rats, and that a European Commission committee concluded that humans drinking rBGH milk risk breast and prostate cancers. Decadent Sympozium rated it it was amazing May 10, It is also called bovine growth hormone, or BGH.
GMO crops that are pest- and disease-resistant only work by using a specific chemical compound that companies like Monsanto make. Goldberg predicted a engdah, revolution [through] an industrial convergence of food, health, medicine, fibre and energy businesses” in a totally unregulated marketplace.
Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation
Inthe scheme was aided when the privately owned biotech company Epicyte announced it had successfully developed the “ultimate GMO crop”: Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Its patriarch began in oil and then dominated it in his powerful Oil Trust. The industry’s goal is to introduce GMOs everywhere, through coercion, bribery and other illegal tactics, but especially in highly indebted developing states.
The remaining small producers became virtual serfs as “contract farmers”.
Engdahl reviews the Pusztai affairthe toll it took on his health, and the modest vindication he finally received. Thanks for telling us about sfeds problem.
Want to Read saving…. Kissinger’s plan had two aims: An elder Bush executive order assured it, ruling that GMO plants and foods are “substantially equivalent” to ordinary ones of the same variety like cornwheat or rice. Bremer Laws imposed the harshest-ever Chicago School—style “shock therapy”, of the kind that devastated countries around the world since introduced in in Chile under Pinochet. His administration opened “Pandora’s box” so seess no engrahl regulations would hamper them”.
Seeds of Destruction – review
Engdahl sums it up in blunt terms: He won in May, but not in court when the university reversed its decision, granted him tenure and agreed to include retroactive pay back to If I thought corporations were evil entities before reading this book, my distrust has increased a million fold.
Without further evidence, there was still room for doubt if the second finding was valid, however, and the anti-Chapela campaign hammered him on it. Readers will know the type of future that Kissinger had in mind when he said in Companies like Monsanto and Cargill have invested huge amounts to genetically modify animals for profit.
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His Rowett Research study was the first ever independent one conducted on them anywhere. Hidden was the reason why: In the s, President Lyndon Johnson also used food as a weapon. Developing nations were desyruction as well with pf idea that they forget about being food-self-sufficient in grains and beef, rely on America for key commodities and concentrate instead on small fruits, sugar and vegetables for export.
He went ahead, nonetheless, and when his article appeared in the publication on November 29, the smear campaign against him began and intensified. Polls show why, with Dedtruction public opinion strongly opposed to GMO foods and ingredients. These people, desperate to survive and easy prey for any way to do it, provided cheap, exploitable labour. The company was discussed in part one of this review, and Engdahl quotes eengdahl chairman as saying his goal is a global fusion of.
Engdahl puts it this way: