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This subject may be new to many of you but it involves Monsanto and genetically modified seeds. The purpose of GMO seeds are to use the byproduct as food in third world nations as well as here. The designed effect of these GMO products are to sterilize the people who eat them.

 

 

http://perdurabo10.tripod.com/galleryg/id18.html

 

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Ventor, it is a fact that cotton by products cause sterility in males and pregnant women to miscarry. The Rockefeller foundation paid for extensive study to gentically modify the cotton seed to remove the side effects of eating cotton seed, i. e. excessive bleeding, so that the main purpose, sterility, is preserved. These studies are aimed at 3rd world nations, like India. In labratory animals, the third generation raised on GMO cotton seed are completely sterile, and its irreversible.

 

 

More on GMO corn.

 

http://www.truthistreason.net/...lity-and-spermicides

 

Hein explained that they had taken antibodies from women with a rare condition known as immune infertility, isolated the genes that regulated the manufacture of those infertility antibodies, and, using genetic engineering techniques, had inserted the genes into ordinary corn seeds used to produce corn plants. In this manner, they have produced a concealed contraceptive embedded in corn meant for human consumption.

 

 

Originally Posted by interventor1212:

The main purpose of GM corn is to produce a hearty pest resistant variant that need less pesticide than most.  That results in less cost to the farmer and less pesticide run off into the water supply. 

 

 

The patents! Don't forget those. Change one gene and now you own the seed. This new crop will not reproduce itself. It's like a mule in that way: May be better than the original, but you won't get any more.

 

Time was, the farmer saved some of his crop to plant the next year. That won't work anymore with those kind of seeds. Plant a crop, harvest the seed, plant it next year. It will sprout, grow a little then die. 

 

Control the food, control the population. Thank goodness for heirloom seeds.

 

http://www.seedsavers.org/Cont...=savingheirlooms.htm

The patents! Don't forget those. Change one gene and now you own the seed. This new crop will not reproduce itself. It's like a mule in that way: May be better than the original, but you won't get any more.

 

Time was, the farmer saved some of his crop to plant the next year. That won't work anymore with those kind of seeds. Plant a crop, harvest the seed, plant it next year. It will sprout, grow a little then die.

 

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The same thing with flower seeds. Aggggggggggggg, I agreed with propagandist!!! Gonna go walk it off!!

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