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The war against GMOs has been lost

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Grain handler Graincorp has announced that genetically modified (GM) varieties of canola will be mixed in with the main crop in this year’s harvest ….

Graincorp says farmers who want their crops rated as non-GM will have to pay forn testing of their grain

Canola field in Temora, New South Wales
Cnaola crop ready for harvest

Bob Phleps from the Gene Ethics network says the Australian public has been deceived.

“Governments and the GM industry have been saying all along that they would segregate GM and non-GM canola and it’s very clear that they lied to the public of Australia about this,” he said.

“There never was any intention to segregate and segregation never could work.

“Now if we want any segregated non-GM canola, then of course we’re going to have to pay extra for it.”


Written by Greg Naylor

28 April 2009 at 12:07 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. You sound surprised, Greg.

    Monsanto rules, OK?


    28 April 2009 at 2:05 pm

  2. Hi JR. The words above are direct from the article. I am certainly not surprised.

    We both know that people are controlled by governments and governments are controlled by big business. We also know that greed motivates big business to act in the interests of Capitalism which has been disguised as Democracy operating on free market influences.

    Monsanto et al certainly does rule. Now, how do we get our children to fight back where we have so famously failed?

    Greg Naylor

    28 April 2009 at 2:32 pm

    • In a nutshell, Greg, Government and big business have to be told we want our country back!


      28 April 2009 at 5:46 pm

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