Another Toxic Acid From Monosanto Causes Cancer, Parkinson’s and Infertility!

Another Toxic Acid from Monsanto When Ingested by Animals or Humans Causes Cancer, Parkinson’s, and Infertility!

A new reserach study shows that the popular highly acidic and toxic herbicide Roundup, manufactured by Monsanto is showing up in our food and is causing in humans and animals inflammation, cancers, Parkinson’s and infertility, just to name a few.  In my own reserach I have found that Roundup is also associated with and the possible cause of Polio and Multiple sclerosis. To avoid the ingestion of the acidic and toxic herbicide/weed killer Roundup, always eat local or home-grown organic and NON-GMO fruit, grains and vegetables.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/25/roundup-herbicide-health-issues-disease_n_3156575.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl3%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D304215

14 thoughts on “Another Toxic Acid From Monosanto Causes Cancer, Parkinson’s and Infertility!”

  1. Maybe, but I do not doubt it. Monosanto has been genetically modifying our food for many years, starting with our corn. I live in Indiana, and know this to be fact.

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  2. And why do you think genetically modified foods are a bad thing? Many if not most scientists say its the way of the future.

    As Pamela Ronald, a UC-Davis plant geneticist, pointed out last year in Scientific American: “There is broad scientific consensus that genetically engineered crops currently on the market are safe to eat. After 14 years of cultivation and a cumulative total of 2 billion acres planted, no adverse health or environmental effects have resulted from commercialization of genetically engineered crops.”

    http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2012/09/are_gmo_foods_safe_opponents_are_skewing_the_science_to_scare_people_.html

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  3. The title of this post is : “Another Toxic Acid From Monsanto Causes Cancer, Parkinson's , and Infertility!”

    The actual title of the article referred to in this post is: “Roundup, An Herbicide, COULD Be Linked To Parkinson's, Cancer And Other Health Issues, Study Shows”

    Note the word COULD. There were no definitive findings. More study is needed. This kind of writing Robert is deceptive and fear mongering.

    So do you actually have some scientific studies that show glyphosate causes all these things in humans? I'd be interested in seeing them. BTW the link you give just take you back to your blog.

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  4. Claire read Agenda 21 !!
    And what the hell is wrong with pure natural food…you know, the stuff nature made ?!!
    Of course scientists are going to tell you Monsanto' s good, how do you think they make their money ? lol
    People really need to wake up. How the hell can manufactured food be good. Natural is good. If you wsmt to eat crap, go ahead but no one should be forced. Give people the choice, if its do good im sure everyone wojld want it !!

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  5. Claire read Agenda 21 !!
    And what the hell is wrong with pure natural food…you know, the stuff nature made ?!!
    Of course scientists are going to tell you Monsanto' s good, how do you think they make their money ? lol
    People really need to wake up. How the hell can manufactured food be good. Natural is good. If you wsmt to eat crap, go ahead but no one should be forced. Give people the choice, if its do good im sure everyone wojld want it !!

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  6. @Jules

    Just because something is natural doesn't automatically make it better. Cyanide is natural, but you would hardly think eating it is a good idea.

    The scientists like the one in the article I refrenced aren't making any money from GMO foods. If she wasn't studying GMO foods they would be studying something else. GMO foods have been in existance for 14 years with 2 billion acres planted, and NO adverse environmental or health efffects have been noted.

    Do you really understand the technology involved in GMO foods? Or do you just blindly believe the Alex Jones, Mike Adams, and Robert O Youngs of the world? These people have NO expertise in this area. None. They are however very good at spreading pseudoscience and CONSPIRACY THEORIES.

    This is an exerpt: from:http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/onearth/2013/03/agenda_21_no_the_government_isn_t_going_to_confiscate_your_property.html

    “Pssst! Have you heard about Agenda 21? The secret plot to collectivize private property—hatched by United Nations internationalists and midwifed by operatives ensconced within our own government—all in the name of “ending sprawl” and “encouraging sustainability”? The seizure of suburban homes by jackbooted, gun-toting U.N. thugs? The involuntary relocation of displaced suburbanites to cramped dwellings in densely packed cities?

    No? Seriously? You haven't heard about any of this?
    Don't blame Glenn Beck. His magazine, the Blaze, put Agenda 21 on the cover of its January/February 2012 issue; the article contained therein, its editors promised, would expose “the global scheme that has the potential to wipe out freedoms of all U.S. citizens.” Beck then stretched this warning into a dystopian science fiction novel that came out last November titled (what else?) Agenda 21. In it, suburban and rural homeowners are stripped of their property and carted off to overcrowded cities, where they're forced to live in bunkerlike apartments, wear government-issued uniforms, and generate power for the grid by walking on piezoelectric “energy boards.

    In truth, Agenda 21 is the sort of nonbinding, suggestion-filled “action plan” the United Nations generates whenever it holds any kind of major international summit.”

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  7. Jules,

    If you care to inform yourself about what GMO is really about and not “The Agenda 21 conspiracy theory that was popularized by the great fearmonger and overpriced gold-salesman Glenn Beck. Inventing this scourge to American freedom really took some imagination — turning an obscure, decades-old UN environmental resolution into a global Green Menace, mobilizing Tea Party members to pack public meetings in Maine, Virginia, Tennessee, and elsewhere.” you should really read what they have to say here:http://www.geneticliteracyproject.org/2013/05/01/time-to-call-out-the-anti-gmo-conspiracy-theory/

    “I think the controversy over GMOs represents one of the greatest science communications failures of the past half-century. Millions, possibly billions, of people have come to believe what is essentially a conspiracy theory, generating fear and misunderstanding about a whole class of technologies on an unprecedentedly global scale.
    This matters enormously because these technologies – in particular the various uses of molecular biology to enhance plant breeding potential – are clearly some of our most important tools for addressing food security and future environmental change.”

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  8. Jules,

    Thirtyfive years ago the first invitro concieved baby was born. If the Internet had been around then and nut job scientifically illiterate conspiracy loons like Alex Jones, Glen Beck, and others had also been around they most assuredly would have screamed CONSPIRACIE! It's a plot to create an engineered race of nonhumans. It must be stopped!

    Today invitro births are common. They are the answer to many infertile couples prayers to have a child. But people like the conspiracies crackpots would have tried to stop it. Don't get your SCIENCE information from people who aren't scientists. Go to the people who really understand the technology..

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