Our Products Are So Darn Safe That We Don’t Want You to Know What’s in Them

Sunday, August 26, 2012
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The Big Agra-Big Food Complex is pouring it on in California’s Proposition 37. They don’t want consumers to know what is in the foods they manufacture that they claim are so safe. Imagine that? Yet all over the great United States, artisanal food makers are shut down and put out of business due to “improper” labeling, or, they are forced to run through a vast bureaucracy of cottage food laws in order to see that the consumer is kept “safe” via proper labeling on their products.

Here’s a chart showing the leading funders of the cause: Monsanto, DuPont, PepsiCo, Bayer, Dow Agrosciences, ConAgra,  Kellogg, General Mills, Dean Foods, Cargill, Nestle, Coca-Cola, Sygenta, etc. A Who’s Who of the subsidized food mafia.

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One Response to Our Products Are So Darn Safe That We Don’t Want You to Know What’s in Them

  1. DavidBrennan says:

    August 28th, 2012 at 8:59 am

    It’s funny how these “elitists” (for lack of a better word) always use the bogus rationale, “If you’re not doing anything wrong, then you’ve got nothing to hide!” regarding their latest ploy to spy on/regulate/legislate the average person (or small business), and yet when people want THEM to show what they’re doing they, well, spend $25m plus to make sure you can’t know what they’re doing.

    Scary stuff.

    Somewhat along these lines, I noted in the ‘Wheat Belly’ summary that the author claimed (and this makes sense) that the modern GMO wheat is far worse than grandma and grandpa’s wheat because of all the grotesque modifications to its proteins, which cause them to be so gnarled up that they’re basically like little razor blades in your belly.

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