Thursday, May 22, 2014

RoundUp Antibiotic/Chelator/Pesticide/Chemo-drug What? All in 1!

"Will GMOs and pesticides hurt me?"
Monsanto:: "Thank you for your question. One of our experts will get back to you soon."

Epidemiological patterns show there’s an identical rise in over 30 human diseases alongside our increased usage of glyphosate and the increased prevalence of genetically engineered proteins in our food.
Glyphosate is not “just” an herbicide. It was originally patented as a mineral chelator. It immobilizes nutrients, making them unavailable for your body. It’s also patented as a potent antibiotic that can devastate human gut bacteria
The EPA recently doubled the amount of glyphosate allowed in food. Soybean oil is now allowed to contain a whopping 4,000 times the limit at which it can impact your health.

A tenth of a part per million is all that it takes to kill your Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and Enterococcus faecalis!

Making matters worse, they’re now also using glyphosate as a ripening agent—even for non-GMO crops. It’s applied right before harvest time to ripen off the crop.


You can’t really discuss genetic engineering without also addressing the chemicals these plants are engineered to tolerate. About 85 percent of all genetically engineered plants are herbicide-tolerant—designed to tolerate very high levels of herbicides, glyphosate in particular. These are the so-called Roundup Ready crops.

A Matamata veterinarian is trying to shed light on why Monsanto patented herbicide glyphosate as an antibiotic in 2011, because its status as a drug (DAS66604) has been under the radar for several years.

Frank Rowson has been speaking to farmers in his region because he wants them to fully understand the implications of glyphosate as an antibiotic - by its very nature it kills good and bad bacteria in soil, plants and animals.

Dr Rowson has also challenged Food Safety Minister Nikki Kay on the dangers to human and livestock health of GM/glyphosate. In a letter to the minister, he questioned her about the level of testing of glyphosate as a drug and its potential to cause antibiotic resistance.

He said in light of the problems that farmers, vets and the general public have with controlling antibiotic residues and antibiotic resistance, FSANZ or some organisation should have been testing for these.

FSANZ, the Ministry of Food Safety and Ministry for Primary Industries are involved in the regulation of these products and ensuring the health and safety of the environment, animals and humans.

He said the risks to animals associated with residues from herbicides in food sources were not being properly studied by the regulators and in some cases ignored, in particular the antibiotic nature of glyphosates.

Further, he queried whether more stringent testing should have been done in the past as the former MAF /MPI would have been aware glyphosate was patented as an antibiotic in 2011.

To the background of MPI's approval for a consignment of GE soy to be imported, and his concerns, Dr Rowson asked the minister if she would instruct FSANZ to revisit the application for the certification of glyphosate because it was a drug and should be tested as such. Research showed glyphosate's toxicity to soils, plants animals and humans and the environment at levels much less than the recommended level of use, some of which has been known for years.

Dr Rowson also asked the minister if she was aware of evidence of both GM/glyphosate causing disease from soil all along the food chain, and if it would warrant strict sampling to safeguard the health and safety of NZ Inc.

There appeared to be no monitoring of the level of GE and the levels of glyphosate in imported GM supplements.

I’ve read Glyphosate was first patented as a chelator in 1964 by Stauffer Chemical Co. It was patented by Monsanto and introduced as an herbicide in 1974. According to Dr. Huber, an award-winning scientist and professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University for the past 35 years, “It’s important to realize that glyphosate is not ‘just’ an herbicide.

It was first patented as a *mineral chelator*. It immobilizes nutrients, so they’re not physiologically available for your body.”

A questioner asks Monsanto..He says, "Glyphosate is also patented as an antibiotic: “When you take the good bacteria out, then the bad bacteria fill that void, because there aren’t any voids in nature. We have all of these gut-related problems, whether it’s autism, leaky gut, C. difficile diarrhea, gluten intolerance, or any of the other problems. All of these diseases are an expression of disruption of that intestinal microflora that keeps you healthy.” So my question is, how can you in good conscience, promote Glyphosate which has been patented as both a mineral chelator and an antibiotic…both of which have enormous implications?"

Monsanto, "(BLAH, BLAH, BLAH)..."

I could get a bunch of studies using Glyphosate as a chemo-drug...but..
Scientists say it all

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The public is being kept in the dark when it comes to the birth defects that Monsanto’s money maker Roundup (Glyphosate) is causing.
 How long do you want to stay there?
More study needed?
Roundup and birth defects: Is the public being kept in the dark?

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