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Tecnologia Terminator

15 July, 2014 (11:24) | News | By: eye

THE IMPERIALISM ECOLOGICOEL gene TERMINATOR LA BIODEVASTACION GM give thanks to TRANSGENICOS.COM per LA information ATT ORLANDO MAGNO six giant companies agrochemical intend to control food production genetically, modified with a factual result that will entail unemployment of millions of farmers and the loss of markets to third world countries at the global level. In 1997 were planted over 12 million hectares of crops genetically manipulated three times more than in 1996 and estimated the market to double annually. Monsanto, Novartis, Agro Evo, Dupont, Zeneca and Dow Chemical multinational conglomerates have invested 8 billion dollars in GM crops and have passed above commercial organizations, agencies, regulators, legislators, media and consumers. FAO warns: is not possible to wait for a creation of jobs with new technologies. This fundamentally affect farming everywhere and will have a decisive role in the future of the poorest. The quarterly report by the British consultant Mc Kinsey says: the world is about to experience a revolution.

Science now is in the hands of huge chemical, pharmaceutical and agricultural companies that have to spend a few products to a full menu currently in five years. Biotechnology is revolutionizing the food chain. Only two foodstuffs that can be found in supermarkets in Britain are labeled as produced by generic engineering: Safeway tomato puree and the vegetarian cheese Sainsbury and Coop. Within the wide range of products of this type there are many that contain generically modified ingredients, but cannot identify them are since they are mixed. There are for example maize with genes from bacteria and strawberries with fish genes. TerminatorLo worst of all is the acquisition by the company American Monsanto’s terminator technology and its phenomenal growth through mergers and purchases illustrate the new threat World Food and freedom. On 3 March 1998, the U.