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How GMOs poison farmers in the developing world
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Vote Yes on Proposition 37
The chemical manufacturers who want to hook the world on GMO food tell people that GMOs will help the plight of Third Word farmers.
This has proven to be nothing but a lie.
Farmers in India who adopted GMO cotton have been bankrupted by the tens of thousands. (Google: Indian farmer suicides for the details.)
But the damage GMO crops inflicts is even more severe.
In remote places where farm workers are forced to live on GMO corn, they literally sicken and die as do the cattle they are hired to tend.
Make them label GMOs in food in California, in the US and all across the world
The one thing we cannot recover from is our food supply being taken over.
That's what makes the current GMO battle so serious.
California voters have a chance to win a war-changing battle this Tuesday with a YES vote on Prop 37.
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Here's what we're up against:
Private individuals and foundations donated $7,300,000
Poison dealing corporations have put up $41,300,000 in reported money -and many times that amount in unreported bribes to media outlets like the LA Times and NPR "journalists" and "editors."
Here are the companies that want to poison you for profit and what they're willing to pay to keep you ignorant about it.
Many are "food" makers and a good thing to do would be to put a list of their names in your kitchen, throw out their products and never buy another one.
E.I. Dupont De Nemours & Co. $4,900,000
Pepsico, Inc. $2,145,400
DOW Agrisciences $2,000,000
Bayer Cropscience $2,000,000
BASF Plant Science $2,000,000
Syngenta Corporation $2,000,000
Kraft Foods Global $1,950,500
Coca-Cola North America $1,465,500
Nestle USA $1,315,600
Conagra Foods $1,176,700
General Mills $1,135,300
Kellogg Company $790,000
Smithfield Foods $683,900
Del Monte Foods $674,100
Campbell's Soup $500,000
Heinz Foods $500,000
Hershey Company $493,900
The J.M. Smucker Company $485,000
Bimbo Bakeries $422,900
Ocean Spray Cranberries $387,100
Mars Food North America $376,650
Council for Biotechnology Information $375,000
Grocery Manufacturers Association $375,000
Hormel Foods $374,300
Bumble Bee Foods $368,500
Sara Lee $343,600
Kraft Food Group $304,500
Pinnacle Foods $266,100
Dean Foods Company $253,950
Biotechnology Industry Organization $252,000
Bunge North America $248,600
McCormick & Company $248,200
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company $237,664
Abbott Nutrition $234,500
Cargill, Inc. $226,846
Rich Products Corporation $225,537
Flowers Foods $182,000
Dole Packaged Foods $171,261
Knouse Foods Cooperative $164,731