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“Morgellons disease” “Centers for Disease Control” “failed to investigate the involvement of Agrobacterium”

http://dissidentvoice.org/2013/06/ban-gmos-now/

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/Ban_GMOs_Now.php

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New genetics & hazards of genetic modification

15. The Agrobacterium vector, most widely used for creating GM plants is now known to transfer genes also to fungi and human cells, and to share genetic signals for gene transfer with common bacteria in the environment.

In addition, the Agrobacterium bacteria as well as it gene transfer vector tend to remain in the GM crops created, thereby constituting a ready route for horizontal gene transfer to all organisms interacting with the GM crops, or come into contact with the soil on which GM crops are growing or have been grown.

16. In 2008, Agrobacterium was linked to the outbreak of Morgellons disease.

The Centers for Disease Control in the US launched an investigation, which concluded in 2012, with the finding:

“no common underlying medical condition or infection source was identified”.

But they had failed to investigate the involvement of Agrobacterium.

17. New GM crops that produce double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) for specific gene-silencing are hazardous because many off-target effects in the RNA interference process are now known, and cannot be controlled.

Furthermore, small dsRNA in food plants were found to survive digestion in the human gut and to enter the bloodstream where they are transported to different tissues and cells to silence genes.

18. Evidence accumulated over the past 50 years have revealed nucleic acids (both DNA and RNA) circulating in the bloodstream of humans and other animals that are actively secreted by cells for intercommunication.

The nucleic acids are taken up by target cells to silence genes in the case of double-stranded microRNA (miRNA), and may be integrated into the cells’ genome, in the case of DNA.

The profile of the circulating nucleic acids change according to states of health and disease.

Cancer cells use the system to spread cancer around the body.

This nucleic acid intercom leaves the body very vulnerable to genetically modified nucleic acids that can take over the system to do considerable harm.

Conclusion

The serious harm to health and the ecological and agronomical impacts of glyphosate and glyphosate tolerant crops are the most thoroughly researched, and for which there is little remaining doubt.

The same kind of evidence has now emerged for Bt crops and Bt toxins.

Evidence that genetic modification per se is harmful is also convincing, and can be attributed to

the uncontrollable process of genetic modification itself as well as

the dangers from the horizontal transfer of the GM constructs, which can

spread antibiotic resistance,

create new pathogens and

trigger ‘insertion carcinogenesis’, as well as

taking over the body’s natural nucleic acid intercom to do harm.

There is a compelling case for banning all environmental releases of GMOs now, and with that the glyphosate herbicides.

Action can be taken locally in communities, villages, towns, municipalities, regions, as well as nationally and globally.

It must be done now; for time is running out.

We need to shift comprehensively to non-GM sustainable ecological farming in order to feed ourselves under climate change.

We the people need to reclaim our food and seed sovereignty from the corporate empire before they destroy our food and farming irreversibly.

(Monsanto)
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