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Engdahl refers to the “Gene Revolution [as being a] monsoon force in world agriculture” by the beginning of the new millennium, with four dominant companies controlling GMOs and related agrichemical markets: Under them, agriculture is a priority because American companies are dominant. It gave plant varieties patent-holders absolute rights over farmers using their seeds for 20 years. Growth boosters are also used, which create health problems. Meg rated it it was ok Jul 10, It was the “new eugenics”, says Engdahland the culmination of earlier research from the s.
Rockefeller interests, including the Rockefeller Foundationwere to play the decisive role as events unfolded over the next two decades. It was a cover for US agricultural interests to engineer the transformation of family farming into global agribusiness, with food the tool and small farmers eliminated so their land could be used most effectively.
Control the food and you control the people. Nothing suggests there’ll be a stoppage. US agribusiness was already dominant, but it now had a new, unelected, supranational body to advance its private agenda on a global scale. This book should be required history reading for schools.
Corporate giants wrote its rules to favor themselves at the expense of oc developing nations. Other problems included the udder inflammation mastitis as well as deformed calves being born. Monsanto was the culprit. As they grew bigger, so did their bottom lines, with annual equity returns rising from 13 per cent in to 23 per cent in Oct 23, David rated it it was amazing.
The problem for supremacists is that too many of a lesser element spells trouble when they demand more of what the kf want for themselves. He lost his position at the University of Aberdeen, and Engdahl notes that the practice of suppressing unwanted truths and punishing whistleblowers is the rulenot the exception.
Now I am on to the next book on this same subject.
It’s the story of a powerful family and a ‘small socio-political American elite that seeks to establish control over the very basis of human survival’ – future life through the food we eat. Equally alarming – this all happened after 10 days of testing, and the changes persisted after days that’s the human equivalent of 10 years.
Kissinger wanted global numbers reduced by million by the year and argued for doubling the 10 million annual death rate to 20 million thereafter. It spent millions funding 46 science labs worldwide.
The information was suppressed and rBGH milk is unlabelled, so there’s no way consumers can know.
Engdahl explains them as well but goes much further brilliantly in his blockbuster book on this topic. That and more is needed to take on the agribusiness giants that so far have everything going their way.
Ronald Reagan continued Carter’s policy and let the top four or five monopoly players control it. Democracy for Iraq meant erasing the “cradle of civilization” for unfettered free-market capitalism.
Not only that, but these GMO’s are also declared substantially different from the original seed so the GMO can be patented. They also pressured land values as small operators failed, and thus created opportunities for land acquisition on the cheap for greater concentration and dominance.
Marijan Jost, Professor of Genetics, Krizevci, Croatia The book reads like a murder mystery of an incredible dimension, in which four giant Anglo-American agribusiness conglomerates have no hesitation to use GMO to gain control over our very means of subsistence Sep 17, Tom Rizzi added it.