Backstory: The (Huge, Failed) “Science” of GMOs

394053_10151078517551316_183562779_n-150x150Rose, in Texas, has sent us this eye-opening backstory on GMOs, and why they were so eagerly embraced by the U.S. political/economic system. The part I found most fascinating I put in bold. She titles her summation of the two links below

The Science of GMOs

July 17, 2013

Grist, long a bastion for Anti-GMO forces has proposed a consortium of sorts to debate the pros and cons of the science of GMOs.

This development comes on the heels of a recent alternative media interview with financial guru and advisor, Catherine Austin-Fitts, wherein she suggests that patentable GMO seeds were to have replaced petroleum (a finite, non-renewable resource) as the basis for the US dollar as the world reserve currency.

The GMO paradigm was initially attractive for three primary reasons:

1. Crops are a renewable resource.

2. Food is inherently more valuable than oil.

3. The product properly patented, would be ‘Made in the USA’.

Such reasoning makes it easy to see why US financial policy makers would jump on the GMO bandwagon as a means of keeping the US dollar viable as the world reserve currency but as the article indicates, ‘this form of toxic food imperialism has backfired’.

Grist will undoubtedly catch grief from Anti-GMO forces but hopefully the decision to ‘reach across the aisle’ will provide a forum for both sides to promote legitimate concerns.

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