The Genetic Conspiracy: Following the Trail
Reported by Manfred Ladwig
“Monsanto only investigated a small fraction of the protein. Only the first 15 amino acids of the 455 the protein consists of were examined. The manufacturer cannot exclude allergy risks or even toxicities. I think it is likely that Monsanto wanted to hide possible changes and thus possible dangers.” –Professor Masaharu Kawata, Molecular Biologist, University of Nagoya
We want to answer one question: Is genetic engineering really dangerous?
Step one: the advertising videos of the manufacturers. They claim genetic engineering produces higher yields, fights world hunger, and induces the need for pesticides.
But what actually is a genetically modified plant? Most plants are genetically modified in such a way as to make them capable of withstanding a large dose of herbicides. While the weeds on the field die, the genetically modified plant won’t.