Monsanto Roundup Poses HUGE Health Risk As Study Finds It In Popular Food Brands A recent study has found that some of the most popular beer and wine brands in this country contain dangerous amounts of Monsanto's weedkiller Roundup, ...
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Roundup/Glyphosate, still manufactured by Monsanto/Bayer, is nothing short of Genocide, but fortunately, many nations have banned Roundup, including the leading genocidal nation of the 20th century, Germany, which must be able to recognize genocide more easily than others, including the citizens of the United States.
And Vietnam? For sure, a nation that knows more than any other about US neurotoxins as in from their experience with AGENT ORANGE, another carcinogenic chemical made by the glorious corporate killer, Monsanto.
The connection between Bayer and I.G. Farben is quite clear; Farben was parent company of the subsidiary that manufactured the insecticide Zyklon B, used in the Germany's death camps all over Europe to exterminate 6 million Jews in the gas chambers. The insecticide was liquefied and the resulting gas was deadly.*(see addendum)
In September of 2018, a Brazilian court overturned the federal judge's ruling. September marks Brazil's first month of soybean planting. The country is the largest exporter of soybeans in the world, and as such, has become heavily reliant on agrochemicals. Anvisa issued a statement following the court's decision to overturn the ruling, saying it will take necessary legal and technical steps in response.To wit, from Baum Hedlund Law firm in Beverly Hills, with which RFK Jr. is affiliated:
A number of cities, counties, states and countries throughout the world have taken steps to either restrict or ban glyphosate, the active
ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup weed killer.
The following countries have issued outright bans on glyphosate, imposed restrictions or have issued statements of intention to ban or restrict glyphosate-based herbicides, including Roundup, over health concerns and the ongoing Roundup cancer litigation:
Argentina: In 2015, more than 30,000 health care professionals advocated for a glyphosate ban following the International Agency for Research on Cancer's (IARC) report on glyphosate, which concluded the chemical is probably carcinogenic to humans. More than 400 towns and cities in Argentina have passed measures restricting glyphosate use.
Australia: Numerous municipalities and school districts throughout the country are currently testing alternative herbicides in an effort to curtail or eliminate glyphosate use. Many use steam technology for weed control on streets and in other public areas.
Belgium: Banned the individual use of glyphosate. In 2017, Belgium voted against relicensing glyphosate in the EU. The country was also one of six EU member states to sign a letter to the EU Commission calling for "an exit plan for glyphosate"" The city of Brussels banned the use of glyphosate within its territory as part of its "zero pesticides" policy.
herbicides. In 2017, the government relaxed its ban on glyphosate, allowing the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to import restricted concentrations of glyphosate for managing roadside weed overgrowth.
Brazil: In August of 2018, a federal judge in Brasilia ruled that new products containing glyphosate could not be registered in the country. Existing regulations concerning glyphosate were also suspended, pending a reevaluation of toxicological data by Anvisa, the country's health agency.
In September of 2018, a Brazilian court overturned the federal judge's ruling. September marks Brazil's first month of soybean planting. The country is the largest exporter of soybeans in the world, and as such, has become heavily reliant on agrochemicals. Anvisa issued a statement following the court's decision to overturn the ruling, saying it will take necessary legal and technical steps in response. Further, Brazil's Solicitor General's office has said it is preparing an appeal to the court decision with support from the Agriculture Ministry. Brazil's health agency concluded a re-evaluation of glyphosate in
February of 2019. Based on the agency's findings, a blanket ban of glyphosate in Brazil is unlikely.
Canada: Eight out of the 10 provinces in Canada have some form of
restriction on the use of non-essential cosmetic pesticides, including glyphosate. Vancouver has banned public and private use of glyphosate, aside from the treatment of invasive weeds.