In summer, people in certain parts of the Midwest expect to see Monarch butterflies, but they’re becoming scarce. Experts think that this is because farm fields are now planted with genetically-modified corn and soybeans that are resistant to the herbicide Roundup, so farmers to spray the chemical over the entire crop in order to eradicate weeds. But when they do this, they also kill off the milkweed, which is the butterflies’ favorite food.
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Genetically-modified food seems to be taking over–should we surrender? Organic farmers may have to, but a major problem is that Roundup–the pesticide that is sprayed over fields of GM crops that the crops themselves are resistant to–may turn out to be dangerous to humans who eat these foods, something that of special concern to vegetarians. (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show). A group of health food purveyors, including Whole Foods, has decided it’s time to give up the fight and surrender to Monsanto, the creator of genetically-modified more

Many people?and most physicians?have written off Morgellons disease as either a hoax or hypochondria. But now there is evidence that this mysterious disease may be REAL and related to GENETICALLY-MODIFIED food!

The skin of Morgellons victims oozes mysterious strands that have been identified as cellulose (which cannot be manufactured by the human body), and people have the sensation of things crawling beneath their skin. The first known case of Morgellons occurred in 2001, when Mary Leitao created a web site describing the disease, which had infected her young son. She named it Morgellons after a 17th century medical study in France that described the same symptoms.
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The U.K. government denies trying to bury a report about contamination of regular crops with genetically modified crops in nearby fields by releasing it on Christmas Eve. The same tactics are being used here in the U.S. On December 26, we wrote, “Changes to the Clean Air Act’s New Source Review program were announced the Friday before Thanksgiving at a briefing where news cameras were not allowed?EPA insiders (said) these proposals were all announced on the same day so as to jam environmental groups in order to make it more difficult for the public to offer meaningful comment on those actions within the 30 day comment period.'” U.K. Environment minister Michael Meacher says, “We weren’t trying to bury more