Monsanto has known for over 35 years that its glyphosate-soaked ‘food’ causes cancer
05/20/2016 / By D. Samuelson / Comments
Monsanto has known for over 35 years that its glyphosate-soaked ‘food’ causes cancer

Most folks who comprehend the GMO fraud know this basic fact. In 1992, FDA scientists’ thought there could be unknown toxins and other dangers in these foods. There comments were ignored. For the uninitiated, Steven Druker’s book, “Altered Genes, Twisted Truth,” is a dynamic expose of the con job forced upon American’s digestive systems. Yet Monsanto, who ruled the White House in 1992, had already known a decade earlier about Round Up’s carcinogenic ingredient. But this killer herbicide was Monsanto’s key economic engine. So they hid the facts. But they knew that glyphosate, Roundup’s main ingredient, caused cancer way before 1992. Natural News has the story:

“Both Monsanto and the EPA knew full well, at least as early as 1981, that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, causes cancer in mammals. Earlier studies conducted during the late 1970s and early 1980s appear to have documented cancer-causing effects from glyphosate in rats, mice and dogs, though this information was buried by Monsanto with the blessing of the EPA…

“‘The evidence shows that by 1981 both Monsanto and the EPA were aware of malignant tumours and pre-cancerous conditions in the test animals which were fed small doses of glyphosate in the secret feeding experiments,’ said Dr. Brian John for GM-Free Cymru, about the facts.”

Although concerns were expressed at the time by EPA committees, these concerns were later suppressed under the weight of conflicting evidence brought forward by Monsanto, some of it involving the inappropriate use of historical control data of dubious quality. None of these studies are available for independent examination.”

Even now, the evidence to force feed GMO seed in African nations includes that same 1992 guarantee from the USDA, the EPA and the FDA. They’re just plain “safe.”  Gee, so is plutonium, if you’re not standing anywhere near it.

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