This bold and convincing documentary grabs you in the guts and doesn't let go. When Adam Curry and Timo Nadudvari first learned about the hidden consequences of the genetic engineering of ...
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This bold and convincing documentary grabs you in the guts and doesn't let go. When Adam Curry and Timo Nadudvari first learned about the hidden consequences of the genetic engineering of food crops they were shocked and appalled - then they decided they had to tell others what they had learned. The video examines the issue of genetic engineering of food from the real-world perspectives of leading scientists, farmers, food safety advocates and the victims of genetically engineered products. It exposes a heinous scheme by large corporations with long criminal histories to gain control over the world's food supply by infecting food crops with patented DNA. It also exposes Agro-Tech lies, the corruption within the US FDA and the all-to-real risks to human health.Written by
So the industry now knows that neither Europe nor US is the place where they can keep this expansion going. And they're moving to Asia. And they're trying to push this technology on India by violating every rule under the sun, every environmental law that we have had, corrupting our scientific institutions and our government, and that's why I have sued them. I've got Monsanto in the Supreme Court of India. Because they are violating our laws!
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Bad Seed: The Truth About Our Food is our wake up call to reject genetically modified foods.
The documentary is a wake up call to all of us. Watching this film gives me the chill; but learning more about how genetically modified crops and ingredients were being distributed to some countries over the years and produced health risks scares me more. This era was undoubtedly called the 'Modern Era' where technology made people grew more hungry for experiments and discoveries making them numb of the hazards that can impose to human health.
This is also one big expose to Monsanto and the hazardous chemicals they have developed. And unbelievably, some are still on the shelves of every store. It just saddened me why this heartless corporation is still in business when it is so obvious that their products slowly took thousands of innocent lives.
I totally agree with what Ashley, an activist said that we don't have the right to alter life, especially the DNA's and genes. Corporations, big or small continue to alter nature and come up with patented products that are detrimental to health. To live in this earth should be a give and take relationship. People should take care mother earth, and in return, they can enjoy the bounty nature gives them. However, today, this is not the idea anymore; snob corporations continue to abuse nature. And the worst part is that, the payback is abominable.
Good thing there are still people who reject the idea of genetically modified foods. Kudos to the people who made this life-changing documentary. This personally served me as an eye-opener. Bad Seed: The Truth About Our Food should be shared to people across the globe.
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