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IRT is the most comprehensive source of GMO health risk information on the web. www.responsibletechnology.org
IRT is the most comprehensive source of GMO health risk information on the web. www.responsibletechnology.org

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Monsanto claims that Roundup targets enzymes supposedly found only in plants -- not in people -- but this is blatantly false. 
The truth is, Roundup targets enzymes found in both plants AND people -- specifically in our gut bacteria -- which are vulnerable to potent pesticides like Roundup. Read more about the Class Action Lawsuit against Monsanto. http://www.monsantoclassaction.org/

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A frightening documentary to watch and share - no doubt! You have to see it to understand the immensity of the bio-engineering threat. https://www.indiegogo.com/…/synthetic-forests-and-the-dange…
Thanks to GMO Free USA for sharing.

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"The wider world – even certain factions of establishment – is waking up to some of his longest-held gripes and with the release of the excellent Monsanto Years, old Shakey may well have found a wider and more unlikely audience than he could ever have imagined."

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"Governments and businesses across the globe have sprung into action banning the chemical. The International Society of Doctors for the Environment (ISDE) has written to officials of the EU Parliament and Commission asking for an immediate ban on glyphosate."

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The trend to organics and more healthier, affordable options to processed foods are a big plus for the non-GMO shopper. Remember USDA Organic Standards prohibit use of genetically modified ingredients.

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ACTION ALERT. This is a good time to demand mandatory safety testing of all GMOs.

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Visit Seed Freedom site: http://seedfreedom.info/
"We are seed savers and seed defenders, farmers and gardeners, practitioners of ecological agriculture and participants in fair trade.
"Our right to save and exchange our open pollinated, non GMO, non patented seed is non alienable. Farmers rights are non negotiable.
We will resist every law and technology that attempts to undermine our freedoms, and the freedom of the seed, which is intimately linked to the freedom of Mother Earth."
Thanks for sharing GMO Inside!
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While in Ecuador, Jeffrey Smith kept a travelogue to keep you informed on the current state in Ecuador regarding GMOs, how he promoted the importance of eating Non-GMO and his collaboration with the activists there. Check it out here! 

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People in Maine rally together as the Maine legislature debates a bill regarding GMOs.
"They are hoping Maine can continue to lead in pushing for a more sustainable food system but also watching efforts on Capitol Hill that would limit states’ ability to label foods containing GMOs."

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Sri Lanka’s newly elected President Maithripala Sirisena announced Friday that the import of glyphosate, the world’s most used herbicide, will be banned with immediate effect. The release of already imported stocks has also been stopped. Glyphosate is blamed for the increasing number of chronic kidney disease (CKDu) patients. CKDu now afflicts 15% of people of working age in the Northern part of the country; a total of 400,000 patients with an estimated death toll of around 20,000.
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