11 Year Old Exposes Monsanto

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    Dec 31, 2013 2:28 PM GMT
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    Dec 31, 2013 2:36 PM GMT
    That really cute! And what he is saying is true.
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    Dec 31, 2013 4:56 PM GMT
    Yep. All true. (Dunno about the lab-rat cancer claim...you can get cancer from eating too much of anything)

    But, what's his alternative? Shall we go back to Mom & Pop farms that can only feed, maybe at best, 2,000 people?

    How much land are you willing to give back over to farming, then?

    Like your scenic park where you hike? Would you give it up for farming/cattle so the world can eat?


    Locally grown produce and even livestock are a great thing....if you happen to live within 50 miles of it!
    Otherwise, more fuel is expended to deliver that "farm fresh chicken" raised and slaughtered in Liverpool, PA to Tampa, FL than what Tyson Chicken expends.

    Yes, there are changes that need to be made to some aspects of corporate farming and some larger family-run farms, but to suggest we throw out the baby with the bath water is asinine!

    No wonder the suicide rate among teens is going ever upwards....children are no longer allowed to be children, they are now instruments of propaganda to deliver the PC news to Mom & Dad.

    And scared shitless the world is going to burn up before they are 21!
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    Dec 31, 2013 5:26 PM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite said Yep. All true. (Dunno about the lab-rat cancer claim...you can get cancer from eating too much of anything)

    But, what's his alternative? Shall we go back to Mom & Pop farms that can only feed, maybe at best, 2,000 people?

    How much land are you willing to give back over to farming, then?

    Like your scenic park where you hike? Would you give it up for farming/cattle so the world can eat?


    Locally grown produce and even livestock are a great thing....if you happen to live within 50 miles of it!
    Otherwise, more fuel is expended to deliver that "farm fresh chicken" raised and slaughtered in Liverpool, PA to Tampa, FL than what Tyson Chicken expends.

    Yes, there are changes that need to be made to some aspects of corporate farming and some larger family-run farms, but to suggest we throw out the baby with the bath water is asinine!

    No wonder the suicide rate among teens is going ever upwards....children are no longer allowed to be children, they are now instruments of propaganda to deliver the PC news to Mom & Dad.

    And scared shitless the world is going to burn up before they are 21!
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    We have no business feeding 7 BILLION people! Our problem is not one of food; it's one of overpopulation. Yet many idiots are more in favor of corrupting the food supply of everyone to feed our outrageous population numbers.
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    Dec 31, 2013 5:30 PM GMT
    This is why when I see young people, I see that there is hope for humanity, our planet, and the future of our responsible stewardship of the universe.
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    Jan 02, 2014 1:27 PM GMT
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    We have no business feeding 7 BILLION people! Our problem is not one of food; it's one of overpopulation. Yet many idiots are more in favor of corrupting the food supply of everyone to feed our outrageous population numbers.


    Yep. Couldn't agree more.
    However, Pollyanna, (sorry, but that thinking is indeed a Pollyanna way of thinking!) the fact is we HAVE seven billion and counting.

    Also, as a well-known population expert once pointed out:
    "It is not so much that people have been breeding like rabbits. It's that they stopped dropping like flies!"

    So, unless you plan to get a group together to go around shoving old people onto ice floes, or for the younger ones, forcibly giving vasectomies and aborting babies..what should we do?




    I know! Let's put our scientists to work EXPANDING crop yield and disease resistance. Yes, they'll make mistakes. Every advancement has produced mistakes as well as success.
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    Jan 02, 2014 4:05 PM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite said
    Scruffypup said


    We have no business feeding 7 BILLION people! Our problem is not one of food; it's one of overpopulation. Yet many idiots are more in favor of corrupting the food supply of everyone to feed our outrageous population numbers.


    Yep. Couldn't agree more.
    However, Pollyanna, (sorry, but that thinking is indeed a Pollyanna way of thinking!) the fact is we HAVE seven billion and counting.

    Also, as a well-known population expert once pointed out:
    "It is not so much that people have been breeding like rabbits. It's that they stopped dropping like flies!"

    So, unless you plan to get a group together to go around shoving old people onto ice floes, or for the younger ones, forcibly giving vasectomies and aborting babies..what should we do?



    I think stating the hard to face facts is the exact opposite of being a Pollyanna. Just look at Africa, India and parts of Asia. Every year 15 million children die of hunger, yet that does not stop them from breeding. They continue to bring children into the world, knowing they will die of starvation. And guess what....even if all those children living today were fed, they would go on to produce even more. Education on birth control is the answer, not making Frankenstein food. But these people in Africa think you can cure AIDS by fucking a virgin. How do you educate people that ignorant? China may be going about it in a cruel way, but at least they get it about reducing birth numbers.
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    Jan 05, 2014 2:01 AM GMT

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    Jan 05, 2014 4:56 AM GMT
    Homosexuality is the answer for almost all problems. Population control especially.
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    Jan 05, 2014 5:36 AM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite said
    Scruffypup said


    We have no business feeding 7 BILLION people! Our problem is not one of food; it's one of overpopulation. Yet many idiots are more in favor of corrupting the food supply of everyone to feed our outrageous population numbers.


    Yep. Couldn't agree more.
    However, Pollyanna, (sorry, but that thinking is indeed a Pollyanna way of thinking!) the fact is we HAVE seven billion and counting.

    Also, as a well-known population expert once pointed out:
    "It is not so much that people have been breeding like rabbits. It's that they stopped dropping like flies!"

    So, unless you plan to get a group together to go around shoving old people onto ice floes, or for the younger ones, forcibly giving vasectomies and aborting babies..what should we do?




    I know! Let's put our scientists to work EXPANDING crop yield and disease resistance. Yes, they'll make mistakes. Every advancement has produced mistakes as well as success.


    We don't have an issue with producing enough food to support everyone, we have an issue with impoverished countries not being able to afford food for everyone.

    When you have food that is being released to the general public that can possibly be toxic and later studies come out showing that it is in fact toxic, why were these studies not done before the food was allowed to be released? Are we actually placing a lower standard on our food as we have on our prescription drugs?
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    Feb 25, 2014 10:24 AM GMT
    ^^
    Lol drug expectation standards higher than food standard expectations...

    Lolol well probably as pharmaceuticals affect a large portion of foods as well.....

    Ehhhhh consumption :O