What’s My Point
My point is this – I read this post by GMO-Awareness and thought I should share it. I am aware that the post paints a diabolical picture of Monsanto, it is not the reason why I shared this. GMO foods, bio-chemical additives, and the many other adverse aspects of modern mass food production have been ignored by consumers for too long.
I am increasingly aware of the harm this mass-consumer food production is having on our general health and well-being, with non-communicable diseases being the ‘new’ killer of western populations.
At Greenfishbluefish I’ve long advocated the health benefits of eating natural wild caught seafood – on the caveat of course that this wild resource is responsibly and sustainable harvested, and pro-actively managed in order to continue to provide for marine ecosystems.
- A Beginner’s Guide To Boycotting Monsanto (dprogram.net)
- Monsanto is bailing out of Europe. Protests work! (redgreenandblue.org)
- GMO FOODS: To become more aware of what you eat why don’t you join the Global March Against Monsanto? (greenfishbluefish.wordpress.com)
- New Yorkers protest to have GMO foods labeled (pix11.com)
- GMO Wheat in Oregon (nuttygrass.com)
- Monsanto Concedes Defeat in the Face of Europe’s Fierce Opposition to GMOs (amresolution.com)
- Monsanto’s Dirty Dozen (hrexach.wordpress.com)
- Lobbying And GMO Giant Monsanto Buckles In Europe (maxkeiser.com)
- Monsanto: Profits Above Human Health (southweb.org)
- Monsanto Found Guilty of Chemical Poisoning in France (pakalertpress.com)