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Russia Bans Use and Import of Monsanto’s GMO Corn Following Study

Anthony Gucciardi
September 27th, 2012
Updated 11/18/2012 at 2:17 am
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Following the groundbreaking French study that graphically linked the lifetime consumption of Monsanto’s GMO corn in rats to massive tumors and direct organ failure, Russia’s premiere consumers rights organization has suspended both the importation and use of Monsanto’s GMO corn within the nation’s borders.

The move may soon be echoed by other nations, who may soon be urged by France to ban Monsanto’s GMOs due to serious health concerns. France, who also recently upheld a key ban on growing GMOs, has been instrumental in alerting the world to the dangers of GMOs and Monsanto’s overall corruption. In the nation’s latest announcement, it was revealed that France’s Agriculture Minister was launching an investigation into the GMO study, ultimately calling for European authorities to ban Monsanto’s GMOs in order to protect citizens in the event that the study was found to be sound.

It seems that France has become somewhat of a consumer health watchdog in more than just one area, simultaneously tackling the issue of pesticide contamination as well. It was even announced that the French government was seeking to ban crop dusters in all areas possible, aiming to reduce the amount of obesity-linked pesticides within the food supply.

Monsanto Still Clinging to Old GMO Mantra

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Monsanto’s GMOs led to horrendous tumors that led to rats literally dragging them along the ground.

Meanwhile, Monsanto is continuing to stick to its tired statements regarding the ‘safety’ of its GMO crops and Roundup herbicide. Instead of discussing not only the French study finding that the company’s GMOs led to horrendous tumors that led to rats literally dragging them along the ground as they walked, they claim that the information ‘does not warrant’ any concern at all from European officials. Just as Monsanto (and the US government) ignored evidence linking Roundup to DNA damage and infertility, it appears they intend to do it once more and hope that it all goes away.

Unfortunately for Monsanto, it’s not going away this time.

With Russia now acting to secure food safety, many other nations will surely follow. While the United States may continue to ignore the issues surrounding GMOs and Monsanto’s blatant disregard for human health (they were caught running ‘slave-like’ working rings, after all), many foreign nations will not. Countries like Poland, Peru, and Hungary have already taken action in banning or removing Monsanto’s GMO crops. And even in the United States grassroots movements have spawned bills like Proposition 37 – the monumental bill in California that seeks to label GMOs.

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    The results of the experiments clearly show the dangers hidden in the long term ingestion of unfermented genetically modified grains. It will be useful to examine also the long term ingestion of unfermented grains e.g. maize, soya bean, cotton seed, wheat, etc. There are many stories in history on how the ingestion of large quantities of unfermented grains caused skin diseases and tumors. The outbreak of pellagra in southern part of the USA during the early years of the 20th Century illustrates. The legend of St Jerome (340 t0 420 AD) is also an example.

    The unfermented grains contain polyunsaturated fatty acids which various studies suspect as a major factor in the many diseases associated with tumors, viral/fungal diseases and formation of plaques.

    We must be grateful for the French scientists bringing out these results of the studies on genetically modified grains to the public domain. We are waiting for the suppressed scientific evidence on the harm being caused by polyunsaturated fatty acids through the formation of prostaglandins in the body and ingestion of unfermented grains to be brought to the public domain too.

  • Anonymous

    Excellent news!

  • Eliot W. Collins

    Rospotrebnadzor is "Russia's premiere consumers rights organization". What exactly does that mean?

    In any event, "Rospotrebnadzor said the country's Institute of Nutrition has been asked to assess the validity of the [French] study." I wonder what that means as well.

  • Benjamin Lantz

    They really don't want this getting out. But it will.

    • humble1

      "this" was pulled from youtube … any clue?- thx