How Monsanto Silences Scientific Critics

By Christina Sarich
July 10, 2015
Collective Evolution

 

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A new survey from Pew Research Center states that  two-thirds of Americans don’t believe biotech scientists. Why is this exactly?

Recommended reading:Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public.” 

“Altered Genes, Twisted Truth will stand as a landmark. It should be required reading in every university biology course.” – Joseph Cummins, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Genetics, Western University, London, OntarioBiotech Infiltration of Academia

Many already suspect that Monsanto and other biotech companies have bought out universities who conduct studies on GM crops with healthy endowments and even donations, which go towards building entire departments within the campuses of higher learning. When Iowa State University faculty and students called GM banana trials into question for being heavily invested in biotechnology, for example, the mainstream media simply brushed it aside.

Biotech Infiltration of Industry Journals

When a controversial study from a research group led by Gilles-Eric Séralini, a molecular biologist at the University of Caen, France, was published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology, it was later retracted due to industry pressure, even though it showed “no evidence of fraud or intentional misrepresentation of the data.” Séralini’s study showed that rats developed “colossal” cancerous tumors after eating GM corn. Only after fellow researchers went to bat for Séralini was his paper republished. (source) (source)

An Entire Department Dedicated to Debunking Critics

More recently, when Dr. William Moar was speaking at a public event for Monsanto, perhaps forgetting that he was indeed speaking to the community at large (and not a bunch of biotech industry tycoons), he revealed that Monsanto has “an entire department” dedicated to debunking science which disagrees with that of the company’s.

As Stephanie Hampton writes for the Daily Kos, “…this is the first time that a Monsanto functionary has publicly admitted that they have such an entity which brings their immense political and financial weight to bear on scientists who dare to publish against them. The Discredit Bureau will not be found on their official website.” (source)

Get the Whole Story

Now, James Corbett makes things even more crystal clear in a video showing just how Monsanto discredits any professional who tries to “out” the faulty claims backing up genetically modified organisms. Have a listen. It’s more than enlightening.


 

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6 thoughts on “How Monsanto Silences Scientific Critics

  1. sojourner

    It appears to me that on this one issue, many people are aware of this truth. That is why the majority of people want GMO tainted food labeled.

    The entire system/order must be destroyed before this genocidal tyranny will end.

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    1. newsfortherevolution Post author

      You wonder how much longer they can get away with it? They are openly siding with the 0.01% over the rest of the population. More and more people are losing faith in the system. If we have a crash as is expected and millions of people lose everything, that might be enough for people to put an end to this insanity

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      1. sojourner

        I don’t even believe this is a prediction! I believe this is a fact! When everyone loses everything, like people did during the last depression, and this will be way worse, there will be chaos, and the people will be looking to this system/order and its creators for revenge.

        And this should be the perfect time for humanity to begin this world all over again. And that is what needs to happen, a complete restart!

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  2. migarium

    There are some species into the galaxy. They’ve heard the reputation of Monsanto company. And they said that if they do have so much curiosity we want to make a deal with them. Shortly, they want to make experiments over the company management.;)

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