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Glyphosate Worse than We Could Imagine. "It's Everywhere"

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Glyphosate residues have been found in tap water, orange juice, children’s urine, breast milk, chips, snacks, beer, wine, cereals, eggs, oatmeal, wheat products, and most conventional foods tested Despite the overwhelming evidence, however, EU Commission bureaucrats and the USA EPA continue to ignore prudence in not banning the toxic chemical pending thorough independent investigation over longer time. If I were cynical, I would almost think this continued official support for glyphosate-based herbicides is about more than mere bureaucratic stupidity or ignorance, even more than simply corruption, though that for sure plays a role. The nutritional quality of our food chain is being systematically destroyed and it is about more than corporate agribusiness profit.

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It is really a shame to see that the most competent video coverage on this egregious assault on the health biochemistry of every man, woman, and child in most of the world by Monsanto/Bayer and their infernal Roundup/Glyphosate/weedkiller has to come from Russian Television.


That is really pathetic.


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Top 10 Foods with Glyphosate Top 10 List of Foods with Glyphosate in Them. Top 10 list of foods that contain glyphosate. 10 foods known to have high levels of glyphosate. Glyphosate foods ...
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GLYPHOSATE IN YOUR FOOD and HOW TO COUNTER IT!! Monsanto invented the herbicide glyphosate and brought it to market under the trade name Roundup in 1974, after DDT was banned. But it wasn't until the late ...
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Glyphosate: Studies on whether weedkiller causes cancer must be released, rules ECJ The European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) has to disclose details of studies on the toxicity of weedkiller, EU judges ruled on Thursday, . READ MORE ...
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Not mentioned here...and rarely noted elsewhere...is that glyphosate/Roundup is used on tobacco...that being the Sixth Most Pesticide-Using crop. Why so many excuse Monsanto/Bayer's glyphosate for its role in everyone's hated cigarette industry is a question. Not to mention the many other Still Legal tobacco pesticides, and the Still Legal use of radon-contaminated tobacco fertilizers, AND the Still Legal use of dioxin-delivering chlorine-bleached cigarette paper. No wonder smoking typical cigs is so dangerous.

And, no wonder that the corporatocracy prefers to blame the unpatented natural plant, and the duped, secretly-poisoned victims...smokers. Maybe it's that few understand that inhalation of those toxins/carcinogens is the worst possible exposure path.

It's no secret, just inexplicably ignored. Simple search for "Glyphosate tobacco", and there it is. Search up "Pesticides Tobacco" at the same time. (Add to that "US Patents Tobacco Substitute Material". All "tobacco products" aren't necessarily made with tobacco.)

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PS: Not about glyphosate/Roundup specifically, but about the "regulatory" system that allows that, and more, on tobacco crops, in typical cigarettes, and in guinea-pigged smokers.

Our sold-out "regulators" also allow added addiction-enhancing substances (incl. sugars) and burn-accelerants (to speed up consumption) in grossly un-labeled cigarettes. They also tolerate "lite" cigarettes so one won't get a satisfying level of nicotine....and so goes onto the next cig sooner. "Lite" sounds safer...but....


PPS: Even environmentalists, wildlife protection activists, etc., don't act on the tobacco crop atrocities...and health care activists, with the rare exception of PNHP a while ago, don't mention that for-profit health insurers invest Billions in cigarette manufacturing AND in the toxic suppliers of non-tobacco cigarette adulterants. What a system....

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