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We are destroying our environment at an incredible pace. If that is not enough, we are also putting poisons in our drinking water (fluoride, chlorine) and even fill our teeth with a highly toxic mix of metals including mercury. Industrial agriculture has all but eliminated wholesome food and multinational companies want us to eat genetically modified foods. The "experts" advise us that a varied diet is all we need to stay healthy, but short of those who grow organic food in their own garden, who really eats all that well? I say it's environmental clean-up time!

January 18, 2013

European Union seeks consumer input on organic agriculture


The European Union on Tuesday took the debate about genetically modified crops to the public with a survey asking citizens to share their thoughts on organic farming, reports Phys.org in a recent article titled EU asks citizens to join debate on GM food

Image credit: americanoverkill.com

The article continues ... The bloc's 500 million consumers are invited to complete an anonymous online questionnaire on the European Commission's Agriculture and Rural Development website (ec.europa.eu/agriculture/consultations/organic/2013_en.htm). The consultation, which ends on April 10, is part of a review of European policy on organic agriculture.

The survey is available in all official EU languages. English is the one linked here, but other languages are available from a drop-down menu at the top of the page.

The Phys.org article, putting emphasis on the GM angle, goes on to say...

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posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Friday January 18 2013

updated on Thursday January 26 2017

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November 23, 2012

A Seed for Change - Greek film maker says we can 'grow our way out of the crisis'


Many thanks g to Cristina in Greece for her report on this - originally published on her justiceforgreece blog as

A seed For Change a documentary project by Alex Ikonomidis and the declaration on seed freedom


Alex Ikonomidis is a Greek film maker who lived, studied and worked in Lebanon. After returning to his native Greece and serving his time in the military, he took up his profession there and was happily going along, producing in the world of media and advertising when, suddenly, the economic crisis hit. Through the crisis, Ikonomidis recognized that when money becomes more and more scarce, it is important to be where food is grown.

This brought him to embark on a documentary project. A Seed for Change is his soon-to-be-released feature length film documenting why agriculture must start with seed freedom. Chemical inputs are often toxic and are disruptive to human health and the environment. "Standardized" seeds, as imposed by the agro-chemical conglomerates through legislation pushed through in much of the civilized world, are destroying our heritage of biological diversity, created by nature and harnessed by farmers for producing our food over thousands of years.

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posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Friday November 23 2012

updated on Thursday January 26 2017

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September 23, 2008

Enzymes: Non Toxic Biopesticides


The chemical companies will tell us that to kill pests we must poison them. The drawback is that after some time, the poison instals itself in the environment and even if we do not directly come in contact with it while trying to wipe out insects, we find traces of it in our food and drinking water, or drifting over from that neighboring field planted with soy beans that has just been sprayed to eliminate the bugs attacking the crop.


Soybean Pod Borer - Image credit: Maine.gov.

There are about 50 to 60 million insect species on Earth - mankind has named only about 1 million and of those, only about 1 thousand are considered "pest" species, and of these, already over 50% of these insects have become resistant to synthetic chemical pesticide poisons. Each year mankind loses about 25,000 to 100,000 species of insects, plants and animals due to man's "ecological footprint. But, after poisoning the planet and contaminating every living thing for the last 60 years with these dangerous and ineffective pesticide poisons, man still has not successfully eliminated, or much less controlled, even one species of insect considered to be pests! And still, mankind continues to use more and more pesticides to try to "keep up"! Even with all of this expensive pollution - we continue to lose more and more crops and human lives each year to the use of pesticides.

Steve Tvedten (The Ideal Pesticide) is a former pesticide applicator - I think that is what you call the people that come to exterminate the ants or cockroaches in your back yard. He is a reformed pesticide applicator, since he got sick from being in contact with the chemical poisons. But he hasn't just stopped working with pesticides - he invented and patented a non-toxic form of pest control - using enzymes.

Here is an explanation of how he does it.

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posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Tuesday September 23 2008

updated on Friday October 15 2010

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June 19, 2008

Seeds of Destruction -


William Engdahl's book Seeds of Destruction takes on the hot theme of what is behind the development of genetically altered plants and their imposition by what seems sheer force, on the earth's population. The motives he finds are not something everyone will be comfortable with, but since we are the guinea pigs and the eventual target of the foods so produced, we better start looking.


Seeds of Destruction - Global Research

You may have heard of Arpad Pusztai, a scientist of Hungarian origin who, working in the UK, discovered that genetically modified potatoes, when fed to laboratory animals, caused pathological changes of their organs. The head of the Rowett Institute, which had employed Pusztai, terminated his contract and ruined his career, one indication that there are dark forces at work that will attempt to prevent any damaging information about GMOs to reach the wider public.

Rats fed GM soy developed sick offspring, and the Russian researcher blowing the whistle on that has been similarly vilified and her career ended.

In India, sheep grazing on cotton plants modified to manufacture BT toxin, died in large numbers indicating that the toxin is not, as we are told, harmless to vertebrates.

William Engdahl has put these and other instances of damage and suppression of science together with historical information on the promoters of 'scientific agriculture' and his conclusions are disquieting.

Arun Shrivastava has reviewed Engdahl's book:

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posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Thursday June 19 2008

updated on Thursday January 26 2017

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European Union seeks consumer input on organic agriculture
January 18, 2013

A Seed for Change - Greek film maker says we can 'grow our way out of the crisis'
November 23, 2012

Enzymes: Non Toxic Biopesticides
September 23, 2008

Seeds of Destruction -
June 19, 2008

Creating Reality - From Consciousness and Free Will to Three Dimensional Networking
February 15, 2008

World Health Organization 'Paralyzed by Nuclear Lobby'
February 01, 2008

Bird Flu and Microwaves: Are we Killing Birds with Radiation?
May 29, 2007

Confined Animal Feeding Operations Spearhead Corporate Food Monopoly
May 09, 2007

Millions of Bees Die - Are Electromagnetic Signals To Blame?
March 06, 2007

'Biofuels' Hard Choice: Want Food or Fuel?
December 14, 2006

Electromagnetic Pollution Campaign Issue in Ontario Local Elections
October 17, 2006

Depleted Uranium Doubled Diabetes Rate: Leuren Moret
September 28, 2006

Asian Vultures Face Extinction: Anti-Inflammatory Diclofenac Culprit
February 03, 2006

Chemicals Better Than Nature? - Perhaps Not
January 28, 2006

Water Fluoridation Incompatible With EU Medicine Laws
November 06, 2005

Food Safety: Codex Backs World GM Experiment - Could AFRICA Be Control?
September 15, 2005

Are Genetically Modified Foods Really Safe?
August 27, 2005

Chemical Poisons Cause Increasing Levels Of Illness - Tobacco Blamed
August 02, 2005

Fluoride - UK Authorities: Eat Sewage Sludge - It's Good For You
April 22, 2005

Overpopulation - Does Population Growth Follow Food Supply?
March 20, 2005

Global Warming: Methane Could Be Far Worse Than Carbon Dioxide
February 01, 2005

Alzheimer's: New Treatments But No Prevention Strategy
January 24, 2005

Mercury, Autism, Chemical Sensitivity - New Study Gives Hope
December 19, 2004

Biodiesel Not Sustainable: Will Starve The Poor
November 23, 2004

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Enzyme Related Toxic Overdose
November 16, 2004

Thailand: World Health Organization Urges Research Into Safety Of Transgenic Foods
October 14, 2004

Agriculture: Chemicals GMO Failing - Try Organic, Sustainable
October 09, 2004

EU Allows Monsanto GM Maize - Move Called 'A Disaster'
September 08, 2004

'Green Gasoline' Benzene Leukemia Risk In Children Confirmed
August 19, 2004

'Oil Shock' Looming - What are the Alternatives?
June 24, 2004

Mercury: Toxic Amalgam 'Unsuitable for Dental Restoration'
May 11, 2004

Honolulu Bans Water Fluoridation
March 15, 2004

Global Warming or Ice Age Coming?
February 07, 2004

Community Supported Agriculture
February 06, 2004

Toxic Teflon Frying Pans
January 31, 2004

Millions of bees dead - Bayer's Gaucho blamed
November 26, 2003

GMO for profit - not a runner
October 22, 2003

GM crops like thalidomide say insurance companies
October 13, 2003

GMO - no thanks, say British
September 25, 2003

Frankenfood and the WTO - bite back!
September 17, 2003

Free Trade Agenda hits major snag in Cancun
September 15, 2003

Nanotech advancing at warp speed
September 09, 2003

British Muslim demand pure water - say no to fluoride
September 07, 2003

Mosquito control or bio warfare?
September 07, 2003

Prohibition, crime and the environment
August 25, 2003

Vatican promoting GM Manna
August 18, 2003

Depleted Uranium - Silent genocide to haunt perpetrators
August 05, 2003

Wreaking Havoc in our Biosphere
August 02, 2003

Fluoride and Old Lace
July 31, 2003

A lesson from the bees - swarming
July 29, 2003

Human genetic engineering
July 16, 2003

Schmeiser's Battle for the Seed
July 10, 2003

From Environmental Activism to Social Change
July 06, 2003

Fluoride - no thank you!
July 03, 2003

Synthetic honey and GMO bees?
July 02, 2003

Citizens raid experimental GM plot
July 01, 2003

3000 protest GM meeting in Sacramento
June 30, 2003

San Francisco adopts precautionary principle
June 29, 2003

Genova, the Azores and our Common Future
June 28, 2003

Bayer "not responsible" for GM damage
June 25, 2003

Killer Tomatoes to protest GMO event
June 24, 2003

Are superweeds going to kill Monsanto?
June 23, 2003

Treaty on Trade in Biotech Organisms
June 16, 2003

Bottled water may contain uranium - according to the FDA
June 11, 2003

Ocean's Bounty is Gone
June 10, 2003

Independent Science Panel on GM
June 08, 2003

Cell phones are not innocuous
June 07, 2003

US General Accounting Office says GMOs safe
June 06, 2003

Leading Cancer Researcher Opposes Water Fluoridation
June 04, 2003

Prominent Researcher Apologizes for Pushing Fluoride
June 02, 2003

GE Crops Won't End Hunger
June 02, 2003

Genetically Modified Organisms - Open Letter from World Scientists
June 02, 2003


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