GUEST BLOG – European Referendum Initiative 21 May 2013 Here is our latest selection of the key health and politics news stories from around the world. You can read the entire newsletter online on our website. To go straight to any […]
According to the Center for Food Safety, “a number of studies over the past decade have revealed that genetically engineered foods can pose serious risks to humans, domesticated animals, wildlife and the environment. Human health effects can include higher risks of toxicity, allergenicity, antibiotic resistance, immune-suppression and cancer. The use of genetic engineering in agriculture will lead to uncontrolled biological pollution, threatening numerous microbial, plant and animal species with extinction, and the potential contamination of all non-genetically engineered life forms with novel and possibly hazardous genetic material.”
(NaturalNews) The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the largest private foundation in the world. With over $38 billion in assets, the Gates Foundation has the ability to impact the world in a very large way. The foundation claims to be doing just that, with the stated goal of the company being to “enhance healthcare and reduce extreme poverty.” Despite this good-natured mission statement, the foundation’s spending goes against its stated goals in almost every way. Foundation assets are being used for such things as funding the creation of genetically modified mosquitoes, purchasing 500,000 shares of Monsanto, experimental vaccine nanotechnology, and supporting Goldman Sachs.