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Iraqis couldn’t compete, and the occupation laws assured it. In this case, he asked Congress to appropriate an emergency one billion taxpayer-dollars for a drug, Tamiflu. Pusztai found that rats fed GM potatoes had smaller livers, hearts, testicles and brains, as well as damaged immune systems; they showed structural changes in their white blood cells, making them more vulnerable to infection and disease compared to other rats fed non-GM potatoes. Lists with This Book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Engdahl explains the gradual process of. Engdahl sums up the damage to agriculture: The indiscriminate use of chemical pesticides can eventually cause serious health problems. Next came integrating the Gene Revolution into agribusinessthe way Harvard’s Ray Goldberg saw it coming. Along with others in the fngdahl, Monsanto is accused of being a shameless polluter. Bya successful wngdahl Rice” was developed that was enriched with beta carotene vitamin A.

The big winners were grain traders like CargillArcher Daniels Midland ADM and Continental Grain ; they were helped by Kissinger’s “new food diplomacy [to destrucction a global agriculture market destructtion the first time”. Evidence was growing on GMO dangers, and the industry was alarmed.

The book has reams of ammunition against them. This book is scary. One project was to map the rice genome. The scheme was ugly and was pure Kissinger.

The scare, combined with government funding and a rising destructkon price, stood to make him a fortune, just as Dick Cheney has profited as Vice President from his Halliburton ties. It cleverly hid “the boldest coup over the destiny of entire nations ever attempted”. That information is suppressed in the mainstream, so the public is duped. It was part of the Rockefellers’ “Green Revolution” that by the late s “was rapidly becoming a strategic US economic strategy alongside oil and military hardware”.


WTO is a “policeman” for global free trade and a predatory “battering ram for the trillion-dollar annual world agribusiness” part of it for its giants. Engdahl explains that America’s post-WW II dominance rests on two pillars and one commodity – unchallengeable military power and the dollar as the world’s reserve currency combined with seedds quest to control global oil and other energy resources.

Once GM seeds are introduced to an area, the genie is out of the bottle for keeps. If I thought corporations were evil entities before reading this book, my distrust has increased a million fold. They’re binding and enforced through Technology Use Agreements that farmers have to sign and, by so doing, entrap themselves in a “new form of serfdom”.

Argentina was an easy mark when Carlos Menem became President in July They weren’t reported, his vilification was highlighted, and Monsanto and the Mexican government scored a sedds victory. 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: Chapela referred to what he and a UC Berkeley graduate student, David Quist, discovered in about genetically engineered contamination of Mexican corn in violation of a government ban on these crops in Further, they were given year oil production leases.

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Cargill, having acquired Continental Grain incontrolled 40 per cent of national grain elevator capacity. Like it or not, they’re advancing their agenda, and a Rockefeller Foundation report shows it.

Raewyn Honeycutt rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Its people had become unwitting lab rats.

The family’s name is Rockefeller. Its patriarch began in oil and then dominated it in his powerful Oil Trust. Other reports claim further fallout: Others include grains like rice, corn and wheat; legumes like soybeans and soy products; vegetable oils; soft drinks; salad dressings; vegetables and fruits; dairy products including eggs; meat and other animal products; and even infant formula plus a vast array of hidden additives and ingredients in processed foods like in tomato sauce, ice cream and peanut butter.


We eat GMO’s every single day, fed to us by major corporate food producers in this country, without any clear understanding destruciton just what these foods can do to us. Breaks down the conflicts of interest for the past years in regards to control of human populations.

Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation by F. William Engdahl

And the proliferation isn’t restricted to Africa. What is so frightening about Engdahl’s vision of the world is that it engdahp so real. It wasn’t about to let even the world’s foremost expert in seeeds field derail the effort. He was nurtured on Malthusian pseudoscience and embraced the dogma. Even more disturbing is that an estimated 90 per cent of Brazilian women of African descent were sterilized in a nation with a black population second only to Nigeria’s.

Within days his career was over, he and his wife had been banished from the institution at which they had worked for many years, his notes were seized, and lies and slander spread about him all over the world in a matter of days. I started this book while reading in bed prior to going to sleep. Agribusiness was going global, and Rockefeller interests were in aeeds vanguard helping industry seexs take shape.

The Engdal According to Monsanto. The damage, however, was done and is an example of what’s at stake when anyone dares challenge a powerful company like Monsanto. This book is nothing short of a wake-up call to every single one of us to take back our food sources and insist that our government protect the people of this country, not work for the advancement of corporate interests around the globe.