Bio-Tech Terrorist Monsanto Offers New GMO Sweet Corn for Human Consumption – Hayden’s Note Attached

Posted on Aug 05, 2011 in Featured Articles, Health, Food News, & Big Pharma – Kevin Hayden

Source: Bloomberg

Hayden’s Note:

I’ve made a few “notations” and corrections to help you understand this brief article a bit better.  Cheers.

[Bio-tech Terrorist] Monsanto, one of the world’s biggest vegetable seed maker [poison and chemical corporations and genetically modified seed producers], said it will begin selling genetically modified sweet corn in the U.S. this year, the first product it has developed for the consumer market.

The sweet corn seeds are engineered to kill insects living above and below ground [as well as cause spontaneous abortions in cattle and bison, destroy 2nd and 3rd generation fertility and reproductive glands and help incinerate human kidneys and insulin regulation] and to tolerate applications of the company’s Roundup herbicide, Consuelo Madere, Monsanto vice president for vegetables, told reporters at company headquarters in St. Louis today. They will be introduced to growers serving the U.S. fresh corn market starting in the autumn, she said.  [Shortly thereafter, neighboring farms will be cross-contaminated with the pollen genes floating in the air and either be sued into bankruptcy by Monsanto for patent infringement or be forced to start growing the expensive, exclusive GMO variety under strict guidelines and rules, giving up their freedom and livlihood in the process.]

Monsanto previously sold only engineered crops that are processed into sugars and oils [such as High Fructose Corn Syrup – which is found in about 85% of all products on grocery shelfs], used as animal feed [cows eat grass, not GMO corn and soy filled with pesticide…I learned that in 1st grade] or made into fibers. The new seeds will initially target the 250,000-acre market for fresh corn in the eastern U.S., Madere said. Monsanto is in discussions with companies that would can or freeze the corn, she said.

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