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"Are millions suffering needlessly because the EPA hid the dangers of Roundup?"

The EPA hid Monsanto’s secret studies on Roundup for years, until scientist Anthony Samsel, with the assistance of his US Senator, pried it out of the agency. He discovered that animals fed even small amounts of glyphosate [Roundup’s declared active ingredient] ended up with cancer and tumors in virtually every organ and gland. Did we really have to wait till last year’s declaration by the World Health Organization that glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen?

Read the full ad here: America's Favorite Poison - Institute for Responsible Technology
which includes some pretty dark details of America’s Favorite Poison - Roundup - and how the EPA has colluded with Monsanto and the other pesticide companies by supporting make-believe-science.

Action Alert: contact your senators: U.S. Senate: Contacting The Senate

Even when contacting your senators by email, you should include your postal mailing address. Let them know your concerns about the health risks of GMOs and glyphosate (Roundup). Ask them to refer to the April 25th edition of the Hill and go to ResponsibleTechnology.org/references for access to all three articles published in the Hill including "America's Favorite Poison", and both Part I and II of "The Great GMO Cover-up."

Here is the URL to "America's Favorite Poison", and both Part I and II of "The Great GMO Cover-up."
http://responsibletechnology.org/references-2/

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You have got to listen to today's interveiws regarding GMO's

This is the the 3rd Day of the Food Revolution Summit
Currently they are live interviews, then directly they will
post a link to listen to the replay for free for 24 hours

https://futures.io/off-topic/39185-free-online-2016-food-revolution-summit.html

Today is about:

the truth about GMO's

Protect Your Fmaily From Toxic Food

and Food Safety: what you need to know

If you miss the live presentation, after the last interview,
for 23 hours, a replay will be available for free:

http://summit2016.foodrevolution.org/broadcast/replays

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Tell the EPA: Don’t Re-Up Roundup!


https://action.organicconsumers.org/o/50865/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=16052

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Stop the Madness

Every 15 years, pesticides come up for review by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Last year, 2015, was the year the EPA was supposed to review and either renew, or reject, glyphosate.

We’re still waiting. Meanwhile, glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, was as ubiquitous in the media this week as it is in our environment—and on our food.

As OCA, Friends of the Earth, Moms Across America and other groups planned our May 4 petition delivery (over half a million signatures) to EPA officials in Washington D.C., asking the agency to reject the renewal of glyphosate, the EPA was busy posting—then un-posting—documents the agency will use to justify its final, and presumably Monsanto-friendly, decision. From Politico:

The EPA on Monday [May 2] posted online and then removed an October 2015 final report
http://src.bna.com/eAi
from its Cancer Assessment Review Committee, which is made up of staff, that concluded glyphosate is "not likely to be carcinogenic to humans."

The move prompted House Committee on Science Space and Technology Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) to fire off a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy. In the letter, according to Politico, Smith said that the decision to yank the report "raises questions about the agency's motivation in providing a fair assessment of glyphosate."

Smith wasn’t the only one with questions. The Center for Biological Diversity issued a press release
https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/epa-uses-industry-funded-studies-determine-glyphosate-does-not-cause-cancer
accusing the EPA of using industry-funded studies to refute the World Health Organization’s findings that glyphosate is a probable carcinogen:

“EPA’s determination that glyphosate is non-carcinogenic is disappointing, but not terribly surprising — industry has been manipulating this process for years,” said Nathan Donley, a scientist with the Center for Biological Diversity. “The analysis done by the World Health Organization is more open and transparent and remains the gold standard.”

US Right to Know (USRTK)’s Carey Gillam outlined
https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/what-going-glyphosate-epas-odd-handling-controversial-chemical
the significance of the yanked document

as it relates to protecting Monsanto from any legal liability from cancer patients:

Monsanto touted and tweeted the release of the document, which follows the release by EPA of a different memorandum
https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-06/documents/glyphosate-417300_2015-06-29_txr0057175.pdf
supporting the safety of glyphosate last June. The newest memo gives the company added evidence to defend itself against a mounting stack of lawsuits filed by agricultural workers and others alleging Monsanto’s glyphosate-based Roundup herbicide gave them cancer.

In other glyphosate news this week? Quaker Oats faces a class action lawsuit for being “deceptive and misleading” after glyphosate is detected in its oatmeal. Members of the European Parliament call for the European Commission to rethink plans to renew glyphosate in the EU.

And then there was this gem from Mercola.com: “Many Surprising Foods Found to Contain Monsanto's Deadly Poison.” Not to mention our Video of the Week, from ABC News, about glyphosate in your California wine.
https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/many-surprising-foods-found-contain-monsantos-deadly-poison
https://www.organicconsumers.org/newsletter/organic-bytes-509/under-influence

The EPA now says it will be the end of 2016 before they issue their final ruling. That's how long we have to stop the madness.

What Is Going on with Glyphosate? EPA’s Odd Handling of Controversial Chemical
https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/what-going-glyphosate-epas-odd-handling-controversial-chemical

TAKE ACTION: Tell the EPA: Don't Re-Up Roundup!
https://action.organicconsumers.org/o/50865/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=16052

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My 2 cents, just another motivation to make sure you are eating organic foods and as a citizen sign petitions.


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No Frankenbugs!

https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/gmo-mosquitoes-are-being-released-wild

Petition:
https://action.organicconsumers.org/o/50865/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=18853

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ADM, Bunge Won't Buy Monsanto's New Genetically Modified Soy

https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/adm-bunge-wont-buy-monsantos-new-genetically-modified-soy

Is a crack in the armor of Monsanto starting to begin?
Are we going to see a short coming on GE soy sometime in the coming future?

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Oh No, they didn't go there.

ACTION ALERT: "NO CONSENT To Release Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes" - Institute for Responsible Technology

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Bayer wants to buy Monsanto

Nazi-founded Bayer chemical company wants to buy Satan-inspired Monsanto for $42 billion... it's a perfect match made in chemical Hell

Learn more: Nazi-founded Bayer chemical company wants to buy Satan-inspired Monsanto for $42 billion... it's a perfect match made in chemical Hell - NaturalNews.com

My view point, I think, Monsanto sees the writing on the wall and wants to sell. This has been their MO for the life of the company. They create a product and would exit, anyway they could prior to having to be accountable for their criminal activities: selling a product that harmed people. They went bankrupt many times example: after their PCB pipes were found to be causing skin and liver cancer etc. They also didn't have to clean up the environment, that they polluted. then Then they would resurrect themselves and bring a new harmful product to market.

Once we get labeling and the connection with Roundup and cancer can then be proved, will Bayer be holding the bag?
Is this a move to not be held accountable for Monsanto's crimes against humanity?

Ban Bayer products!


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Dark Act is Strikes Back

Time to sign the petition and call your Senator's.

Center for Food Safety

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