[permaculture] Svar: Re: Genetic Glass Ceiling
Lawrence F. London, Jr.
venaurafarm at bellsouth.net
Wed Dec 2 22:45:08 EST 2009
Thomas Paul Jahn wrote:
> Sorry guys and girls, but this Morgellons thing seems rather ridiculous to me.
>And as a specialist in the field I have to confess that in my wildest
>I cannot see any possible connection between GMO and Morgellons disease.
I think I will err on the side of caution and stay completely away from
>The main problem with GMO is that it is done, although not needed. Only for profit. That simple it is.
There's more to it, the effect on crop diversity and maintaining pure
strains of traditional proven crop varieties and heritage crops,
unpolluted by gmo pollen. If it isn't broken don't fix it. Stabilizing
the non-gmo cropseed we now have access to is the most we can expect to
accomplish. As for the rest, politicians, bureaucrats farmers and a lot
of consumers are bought and paid for. The best we can do is grow and
save our own seed and support those major seed suppliers (many small to
large growers under contract to seed wholesalers, i.e. Mountain Valley)
who can provide us with what we can't get locally.
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