You are Here:
Guess Who - 'Independent' Reviews Saying Monsanto’s Roundup Is NOT Carcnogenic ?

Author (Read 818 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3367
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke
Guess Who Edited The 'Independent' Reviews That Say Monsanto’s Roundup Is NOT Carcinogenic?

BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 10 AUGUST 2017 GMT
https://www.davidicke.com/article/422950/guess-edited-independent-reviews-say-monsantos-roundup-not-carcinogenic




‘New reviews have shown that Monsanto’s Roundup is not carcinogenic. The weed killer is perfectly safe, despite the World Health Organizations proclamation in 2015 that glyphosate, the primary ingredient in Roundup, was “probably” carcinogenic.

This proclamation was met with outrage from Monsanto and a series of “independent” reviews that all agreed that the World Health Organization was wrong.

Of course, Monsanto secretly edited the studies.

Dozens of internal emails that the company probably wished had vanished into the cyber-ether have recently been released in a court hearing by plaintiffs suing Monsanto:’



Read more: Guess Who Edited The ‘Independent’ Reviews That Say Monsanto’s Roundup Is NOT Carcinogenic?

Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

 

Effie Trinket

  • InfoWarrior
  • ***
  • 238
    Posts
Isn't it amazing, when the NWO's own WHO for some reason actually reveals some truth, the NWO corporation that's in the crosshairs manages to snuff out that very same truth.  Notice they didn't call the WHO "conspiracy theorists" (which they would have done if the source wouldn't have been a globalist organization).

So look at it this way.  You have a globally recognized body like the World Health Organization making a statement that should have woken up way more people than it did.  And you wonder why people won't wake up from individual videos uploaded, or from forums with innumerable posts on various topics.

The truth can bitchslap people right in the face and their too zombified to even realize it.
 

 

EvadingGrid

  • Rat Catcher (retired)
  • Administrator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 6627
    Posts
When a product is released its declared "safe".
But when the patents run out, they start slipping out the "it needs to be banned" stories, to prevent it being made generic rock bottom 3rd world prices.
We are all running on Gods laptop.
The problem is the virus called the Illuminati.
 

 

Satyagraha

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 545
    Posts
I have to wonder at the people who work for Monsanto/Bayer - making poison that will affect the ground water, the soil, their food, their health and that of their children, grandchildren, etc... what do they think as they mix up giant batches of RoundUp and whatever other poisons they're manufacturing?
It's sick.
“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

Satyagraha

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 545
    Posts
Oh... this is a lovely thought. Women wear COTTON in their bodies...
COTTON grown with Roundup -- glyphosate --

=======================

PROCTER & GAMBLE MAKERS OF TAMPAX AND ALWAYS
What is Monsanto's carcinogenic herbicide doing in tampons?
https://actions.sumofus.org/a/what-is-monsanto-s-carcinogenic-herbicide-doing-in-tampons

This is scary -- Tampax, Always, and other hygiene products very likely contain the key ingredient in cancerous Monsanto Roundup.

A study carried out in Argentina earlier this year that found that 85% of tampons, cotton, and other hygiene products contain traces of a cancerous chemical linked to one of the world’s most controversial pesticides.

The potential health implications from glyphosate are mounting, and it’s been linked to cancer by the World Health Organization (WHO). And this is what millions of women are exposing themselves unknowingly to every day.

Monsanto’s Roundup is the world’s most popular weed killer and most of the cotton in countries like the US and Argentina use Roundup-resistant GM cotton. This is also the case with much of the corn and soy we consume. And glyphosate is a key ingredient.

This means that traces of this toxic herbicide can be found in our food and, now we know, feminine hygiene products -- even though the WHO found it to be a carcinogen.

In fact, many countries like France, Colombia, and Sri Lanka have placed restrictions on glyphosate to protect both human and wildlife health.

Now it’s time for Procter & Gamble to commit to sourcing glyphosate-free cotton for hygiene products like Tampax and Always.

=======================


Actually, NOW it's time for Bayer/Monsanto senior management to stand trial for knowingly poisoning people.

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

Satyagraha

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 545
    Posts
Netherlands Bans Monsanto's Cancer Causing Roundup to Protect Citizens From Carcinogenic Glyphosate
https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/netherlands-bans-monsantos-cancer-causing-roundup-protect-citizens-carcinogenic-glyphosate

California Lists Roundup as a Carcinogen; Monsanto Bristles
https://www.courthousenews.com/california-lists-roundup-carcinogen/
“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

Satyagraha

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 545
    Posts
Monsanto Invests Billions In New Carcinogenic Herbicide To Replace RoundUp
http://www.healthfreedoms.org/monsanto-invests-billions-in-new-carcinogenic-herbicide-to-replace-roundup-2/



It was reported last week that Monsanto will be replacing their controversial herbicide RoundUp with another dangerous substance known as Dicamba.

In a statement released last month, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced that glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide “RoundUp”, is “probably carcinogenic.”

The report indicated studies that “sufficiently demonstrated” that this substance caused cancer in animals. According to multiple reports, Monsanto was well aware that this chemical caused cancer for decades yet still continued to sell it.

As we have been reporting over the past several months, glyphosate is now even banned in many areas as a result of these studies.

According to Reuters, Monsanto is now dumping more than a billion dollars into a production facility that will distribute dicamba, the new chemical that will likely be replacing glyphosate.

“Over the next decade … this holds the potential to further diversify our ag productivity segment and provide a source of growth longer term,” Monsanto President Brett Begemann said in a statement.

However, studies have indicated that exposure to dicamba increases the probability of lung and colon cancer.

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

Satyagraha

  • Global Moderator
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 545
    Posts
Monsanto's Dicamba Problems Are Far From Over.
Farmers File Another Lawsuit Over Drift Damage

https://www.ecowatch.com/monsanto-basf-lawsuit-dicamba-2445659441.html

Arkansas farmers filed a class-action lawsuit last week against Monsanto and German chemical company BASF, alleging that the companies' dicamba-based herbicides caused damage to their properties.

The plaintiffs claim that Monsanto and BASF implemented and controlled the dicamba crop system, releasing seed technology without a corresponding, safe and approved herbicide.

According to Hoosier Ag: "The farmers allege that Monsanto and BASF sold the dicamba crop system while knowing it could wipe out crops, fruits, and trees that are not dicamba tolerant. The farmers claim that those who do not plant dicamba tolerant crops are left with no protection from the herbicide."

To date, Arkansas' agriculture department has received 135 dicamba misuse complaints across 17 counties.

The lawsuit comes as the Arkansas State Plant Board considers an in-crop dicamba ban that was proposed by the state's pesticide committee.

The controversy behind the pesticide started last year when Monsanto decided
to sell its new dicamba-tolerant cotton and soybean seeds several growing seasons
before getting federal approval for the corresponding herbicide.


Without having the proper herbicide, cotton and soybean growers were suspected of illegally spraying older versions of the highly toxic and drift-prone chemical onto the seeds and inadvertently damaged nearby non-target crops due to drift.

The spraying triggered widespread reports of crop damage across thousands of acres in 10 states and several lawsuits against pesticide makers. In October, a drift dispute between Arkansas farmers resulted in one farmer being shot to death.

"The dicamba crisis was created and forced upon the farming industry. Crops are at risk. Relationships are at risk. There have already been tragedies due to this crisis," Arkansas plaintiffs attorney Paul Byrd said.

"Crops, fruits and trees that are not dicamba resistant were injured causing extensive damage to farmers' crops in Arkansas and other states throughout the 2016 growing season, including Alabama, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Farmers' livelihoods are at stake, and we want to protect their interests," added attorney Phillip Duncan.

Both companies sell dicamba-based herbicides, Xtendimax with VaporGrip by Monsanto and Engenia by BASF, for in-crop use on Monsanto's seeds that are genetically modified to resist the pesticide. These formulations are supposedly less drift-prone and volatile compared to older versions of dicamba.

Along with Arkansas, agriculture officials in Missouri, Tennessee and Mississippi have either already received or are gearing up for more dicamba drift complaints this year, DTN reported.

"We are here to support our customers and, if requested, can assist in investigating an off-target allegation in an advisory capacity to provide technical support," BASF told DTN.

Monsanto told DTN that it is aware of media reports regarding off-target movement of dicamba, but is not willing to draw conclusions on the reports at this time and re-emphasized the importance of following all product labeling and local requirements.

But the Center for Biological Diversity is calling for a ban of dicamba pesticides in Arkansas.

"What we're seeing in Arkansas is proof of what we all already knew—that this dangerous, drift-prone pesticide is not safe to use," said Nathan Donley, a senior scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity. "Assurances from pesticide makers that new dicamba products and tighter application regulations would end the drift problems that damaged hundreds of thousands of acres simply ignored reality."

"This dicamba crisis is only the latest evidence that dumping more pesticides on the landscape is a road to nowhere," Donley continued. "And it's only going to get worse—Monsanto predicts that annual dicamba use on soybeans and cotton will jump from less than one million pounds just a few years ago to more than 25 million over the next three to four years."
“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

David Icke Bot

  • Web Bot
  • Mega InfoWarrior
  • *****
  • 3367
    Posts
  • Web Bot
    • David Icke


RT - Russia Today


US jury finds Monsanto’s Roundup was a ‘substantial factor’ in causing man’s cancer
http://www.rt.com/news/454249-monsanto-bayer-roundup-cancer-trial/





'Monsanto/Bayer AG’s glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer was found to be a “substantial factor” in causing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in a California man, as the trial proceeds to its next phase to determine liability and damages.

In a landmark verdict that could affect numerous other cases, a federal jury in San Francisco found Roundup herbicide to be a significant contributing factor in causing the cancer of a man from Santa Rosa, California. During the trial, 70-year-old Edwin Hardeman alleged that his decades-long exposure to the Monsanto product had led him to develop a cancer that affects the immune system, called non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL).

The trial will now proceed to the next phase where the jury is set to determine the liability and damages in the case. Tuesday's ruling follows another pivotal verdict against Monsanto in August, where the jury awarded terminal cancer patient Dewayne Johnson a staggering $289 million in damages after ruling that the biotechnology corporation failed to properly warn users of Roundup’s health hazards.

Across the US alone, the German pharmaceutical company Bayer, which purchased Monsanto last year, is potentially facing thousands of similar lawsuits involving Roundup weed killer.

“Monsanto has placed an unsafe product on the market, has manipulated the science and manipulated public opinion and has consistently misled people into believing Roundup is safe,” Jennifer Moore, one of the plaintiff’s attorneys, said before the verdict, after the defense team claimed at the trial that the company had “bullied” researchers to suppress negative studies about the weed killer.'



Read More : US jury finds Monsanto’s Roundup was a ‘substantial factor’ in causing man’s cancer



Icke





Last Edit by Gladstone
Webot for posting David Icke Articles and Videos,  read this post for criticism of my bias and limitations.
 

 

Powered by EzPortal