Barbara H. Peterson
I have a question for all those out there who are fighting for GMO (genetically modified organism) labeling in our food supply and not a complete ban: If a company decided to put rat poison in cereal, would we be fighting for labeling or for banning such an additive? In other words, if the generic name for rat poison is labeled, is it okay to put in cereal?
No? Why not? If labeled GMOs are okay to put in cereal, then why not rat poison? It would be labeled, so what’s the problem? That’s different, you say? How?
We have fluoridated water. People know it’s there, and want it out. The health effects are coming to light now and individual localities are fighting to get it out. Just how many people and animals have suffered because it is in the drinking water and everything made with that water?
We know it’s in there, yet people drink fluoridated water anyway. Food is made with it, toothpaste and mouthwash have it, people swim in it, and they think it is safe and actually good for them because the ADA, AMA, FDA, and a host of other alphabet soup agencies, including their own dentists and school districts tell them it is. Take a look at the following documentary on fluoride and just substitute “GMOs” for “fluoride,” and “the food supply” for “water.” Same game, different product. Read more here ….