Anthony Gucciardi will be appearing on Alex Jones’ Infowars Nightly News with special fill-in host Mike Adams of NaturalNews to speak on the subject of Monsanto’s rampant and widespread corruption and disregard for human health. In addition to covering many startling topics on the serious health and environmental effects of Monsanto’s genetically modified creations, Anthony will be releasing a highly exclusive letter that shows how Monsanto may have knowingly planned their GMOs before USDA approval.
In addition, Monsanto has also been busted for forcing workers into ‘slave-like’ conditions. Forcing slave workers to work the cornfields for 14 hours per day and buy their food at incredibly inflated prices from the company store, Monsanto has had these slave rings for an unknown number of years. It wasn’t until Argentina’s tax agency, known as AFIP, raided the Monsanto corn field did the operation become unveiled.
Monsanto’s corruption has never been more obvious, with many political figureheads in the U.S. government spearheading the initiative to spread Monsanto’s GMO crops far and wide. Even billionaire celebrities like Monsanto shareholder Bill Gates have been pushing GMOs as the answer to everything from starvation to sustainable agriculture.
But despite claims of GMOs amazing ability, it has been shown time and time again that GMO crops are not an effective way to fight starvation. In addition, scientists have shown that GMOs are damaging to your health. A prominent review of 19 studies examining the safety of these crops found that consumption of GMO corn or soybeans can lead to significant organ disruptions in rats and mice – particularly in the liver and kidneys.
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