Genetically Modified Failures of the US Government: June 8, 2016

“Since when has the FDA used a science-based approach regarding GMOs? The entire policy is driven by ideology which promoted a failed policy that pre-dated the technology which resulted in products based on a faulty understanding of genetics.”

This is shared from the main website, Ban GMOs Now.

The overall failure of the US government is that by promoting GMOs, global food security is at risk to the world’s population.

Genetically Modified Failures of the US Government June 8, 2016

Jeff Kirkpatrick – Ban GMOs Now

It has been reported that Congress is returning this week to wreak more havoc and destruction to our country, and most notably, to our freedom and right to be informed consumers about the food we eat:

Congress Returns This Week Looking for Compromise on Biotech Foods,” by DTN/Progressive Farmer, KTIC Radio; June 6, 2016

According to the article, “Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said the issue of labeling GMO foods is a symbol of the American public’s current conflicts over science.”

No: that is the FIRST FAILURE. There is no ‘conflict over science,’ – there is a conflict of science versus ideology posing as science – which the US government adheres to; their ideology is no substitute…

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