A short introduction
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While the GMO debate has been percolating for nearly three decades, data indicate it's now over.[Show sources] American Council on Science and Health Alliance for Science Genetic Literacy Project
- (2021) The Anti-GMO Movement Is On Its Way Out The anti-GMO movement used to be a cultural juggernaut. But as time goes on, the activist groups that once held so much sway seem increasingly irrelevant. Source: American Council on Science and Health
- (2021) The GMO debate is over Though we still hear some moaning and groaning it primarily comes from a small group. Most people simply aren't concerned about GMOs. Source: Alliance for Science
- (2021) 5 reasons why the GMO debate is over While the GMO debate has been percolating for nearly three decades, data indicate it's now over. Source: Genetic Literacy Project
In February 2022 the website GMOdebate.org was founded to indicate that the GMO debate is not over.
Is the GMO debate over?
Were the science organizations right in their assertion that the opposition for GMO is fading away?
The Western anti-GMO movement was predominantly driven by the financial interest of the $250 billion USD organic food industry, which indirectly caused a re-enforcement of the fundamental arguments for GMO by scare mongering for GMO based on arguments for human health and food-safety, while the GMO industry directly competes on arguments for human health and food-safety.
This explains that anti-GMO activism faded away. The scare mongering propaganda was a losing battle that was directly fueling the GMO industry.(2023) 🇵🇭 Philippine opponents of GMO Golden Rice depicted and ignored as 'anti-science Luddites' “Our Land, Our Food, Our Rice!” Reject Golden Rice! Source: /philippines/
The GMO genocide: Thousands of Indian farmers are committing suicide after using genetically modified crops The fact is clear: suicides in India have increased after GMO cotton was introduced. Artificially separating farmers suicides from seed monopolies and GMO cotton is bad science. (philosopher Vandana Shiva) Source: The Daily Mail | countercurrents.org
These developments show that the GMO debate is not over. The Western anti-GMO movement may have waned, but international opposition to GMOs has sparked violent resistance, underscoring the need for an intellectual debate to avert conflict.
Animal Protection Is Failing
In 2021, the scientific establishment officially reported that the GMO debate is over and that anti-GMO activism has become almost irrelevant.
A topic on the 🥗 Philosophical Vegan forum, where many animal protectors are active, was met with silence, despite being viewed by over 8,000 people.
The natural inclination to take an intellectual backseat, caused by the
Wittgenstinian Silence problem, isn't understood by most people, and therefore activism against GMO is literally fading away today.