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Seeds of Deception – Jeffery Smith – Genetically Modified Foods Video – What You Need to Know

19th November 2007 by Arrow Durfee Posted in Uncategorized

This is a MUST SEE to gain insight to save your life and the life of generations to come!
Here is an excellent film on the conspiracy behind GM foods.
If you are weak and sick you can not create a revolution, you can not stop the illuminati, you cannot work to make your life better and free for yourself and your generations to come.

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2 Responses to “Seeds of Deception – Jeffery Smith – Genetically Modified Foods Video – What You Need to Know”

  1. scorpiotiger Says:

    I would also recommend the book “Seeds of Deception” by Jeffrey M. Smith. It is available on Amazon, or on his website:
    Seeds of Deception

  2. Arrow Durfee Says:

    EU officials propose ban on genetically modified corn seeds
    By James Kanter
    Published: November 21, 2007

    PARIS: European Union environment officials have determined that two kinds of genetically modified corn could harm butterflies, modify food chains and disturb life in rivers and streams, and they have proposed a ban on the sale of the seeds, which are made by DuPont Pioneer, Dow Agrosciences and Syngenta.

    The preliminary decisions, seen by the International Herald Tribune, are circulating within the European Commission, the EU executive, which has the final say. Some officials there are skeptical about a ban that would upset the powerful biotechnology industry and could exacerbate tensions with important EU trading partners like the United States.

    In the decisions, the EU environment commissioner, Stavros Dimas, says that the genetically modified corn, or maize, seeds – which are not now available on the European market for cultivation – could affect certain butterfly species, specifically the monarch, and other beneficial insects. For instance, research from 2007 indicates that larvae of the monarch butterfly exposed to the genetically modified corn “behave differently than other larvae.”

    rest of article here:
    http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/11/21/europe/GMO.php