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Engdahl takes the reader into the corridors of power, into the back rooms of labs, behind closed doors of corporate boardrooms. Engdahl takes the reader into the corridors of power, into the back rooms of labs, behind closed doors of corporate This skillfully researched book focuses on the effort of a tiny socio-political American elite to gain control over the very basis of human survival: It’s the diabolical story of how Washington and four Anglo-American agribusiness giants plan world domination by patenting life forms to gain worldwide control of our food supply and why that prospect is chilling.
They’re unrevealed to consumers because labeling is prohibited yet the more of them we eat, the greater the potential threat to our health. Jul 10, Raymond Nazon rated it it was amazing.
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Open Preview See a Problem? They’re produced and sold to consumers because agribusiness giants like Monsanto, DuPont, Dow AgriSciences and Cargill have enormous clout to demand it and a potent partner supporting them – the US government and its agencies, including the Ddestruction of Agriculture and State, FDA, EPA and even the defense establishment.
F. William Engdahl
Because of the pressure, Nature took an unprecedented action in its year history. The material he provides is startling.
Engdahl’s newest book is just out from Global Research: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Martin Bassani rated it it was amazing Nov 27, Apr 20, Jennl rated it it was amazing. This book should be required history reading for schools.
The damage, however, was done and is an example of what’s at stake when anyone dares challenge a powerful company like Monsanto. Dec 04, Connie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: He was vilified and fired from his research position at Scotland’s Rowett Research Institute for publishing industry-unfriendly data he was commissioned to produce on the safety of GMO foods.
Sep 17, Tom Rizzi added it. To achieve world domination, they no longer rely on bayonet-wielding soldiers. Views Read Edit View history. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. As a result, he was intimidated not to do it and threatened with being held responsible for all damages to Mexican agriculture and its economy. His Rowett Research study was the first ever independent one conducted on them anywhere.
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He talks about how the US government colluded by declaring GMO’s substantially the same as ordinary food crops and therefore not subject to consumer labeling requirements. I started this book while reading in bed prior to going to sleep. The prestigious journal Nature agreed to publish Chapela’s findings, Monasterio wanted them quashed, but Chapela refused to comply.
Recommended to Sara by: William Engdahl has been married since and has been living for more than two decades near Frankfurt am MainGermany. This skillfully researched book focuses on how a small socio-political American elite seeks to establish control over the very basis of human survival: I’m looking forward to reading all 3 of his books. Shocking piece of literature. Ethan Sawyer rated it really liked it Sep 28, This book is scary.
Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation
He’s active in family enterprises, however, including the Destrution Foundation to be discussed in Part II of this review. Engdahl says the GMO story covers ‘the evolution of power in the hands of an elite led by this familydetermined above all to bring the entire world under their sway.
Archived from the original on He learned the contaminated GM corn had as many as eight fragments of the CaMV promoter that creates an unstable ‘hotspot.