GMO 2.0 deregulation corruption
All over the world attempts are made to deregulate so called 'new GMOs' or GMO 2.0. These attempts sometimes involve literal corruption by the GMO industry.
In 2023, the president of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) in 🇨🇦 Candada was forced to resign over GMO corruption by a Big Biotech lobby group. It concerns an attempt to deregulate new GMO 2.0.President CFIA 🇨🇦 Canada steps down over GMO 2.0 corruption Source: Twitter
In 🇫🇷 France a similar corruption attempt took place. Inf'OGM, a critical GMO watchdog in France, reported about it on Twitter.(2023) Report about new GMO 2.0 corruption attempt in 🇫🇷 France Source: Twitter
Inf'OGM also reported that 🇺🇸 US Department of Agriculture (USDA) appointed a leader of biotech company Pairwise that will start market GMO food in 2023.
GMWatch, a critical GMO watchdog from the 🇬🇧 UK, reported that deregulation of so called 'gene editing' is based on lies about its precision.
Even Harvard's George Church calls CRISPR "a blunt axe". He says, "it's called editing, I think it's really genome vandalism."
An investigation by Friends of the Earth Europe revealed that the 🇪🇺 European Commission’s proposal’s to deregulate new GMOs or so-called ‘new genomic techniques’ (NGTs) has been ghostwritten by the agribusiness lobbyists paid by the GMO industry.
(2023) How the GMO industry has ghostwritten the European Commission's proposals to deregulate new GMOs Source: Friends of the Earth Europe | PDF report
GMO Free USA, a critical GMO watchdog from the 🇺🇸 USA, reported that deregulation has resulted in unethical marketing practices.
While the technologies used to create GMOs may be changing, they're still GMOs. The same GMO industry that spent millions to prevent the mandatory labeling of transgenic GMOs are now using clever marketing schemes to trick consumers into eating new GMOs.
Who cares about what animals eat?
Opposition against GMO is often based on concerns about health and safety and the GMO industry competes directly on such arguments to win the market.
Countries that banned GMO including all countries in 🇪🇺 Europe and 🇲🇽 Mexico, have massively imported GMO food to feed to animals.
Most animals in the 🇬🇧 United Kingdom have been given GMO animal feed and most people therefore already consumed GMO.(2016) Most meat is tainted by GMO Source: dailymail.co.uk
Then after a decade, science overturns the 'poison' arguments and an attempt is made to deregulate so called 'new GMO' (GMO 2.0).
To prevent GMO it is required to address it fundamentally (intellectually).
Be consistent! If GMO is banned, prevent it for animals!