10,000 pages of Monsanto’s long term, damning studies buried by the EPA & their products still approved by government

EPA colludes with Monsanto to conceal research from public.

Rangitikei Enviromental Health Watch

Published on Dec 8, 2015

Dr. Stephanie Seneff and host Elaine McFadden, MPH, RD go through disturbing research information uncovered in the 10,000 pages of Monsanto long term studies done decades ago before it was buried by the EPA. A colleague of Dr. Seneff repeatedly petitioned the EPA for the information. Monsanto did long term studies back then, and it is frightening that the cumulative and destructive results of those studies did not stop the government from approving its use, but instead choose to hide the information from the public. Monsanto learned that if they did studies longer than 3 months the truth starts to reveal itself. Seralini did not start to see the abnormalities until after 4 months and then large tumors after two years: http://www.smarthealthtalk.com/gmo-fr…. Join us as we go through many of those results and break it down on how it can…

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2 thoughts on “10,000 pages of Monsanto’s long term, damning studies buried by the EPA & their products still approved by government

  1. What do ‘humans’ not get? The fact that ‘humans’, in a few more years, will not be necessary because machines; robots will take the place of humans. So, of course, poison the food supply and the ‘humans’ die. If this were not the case and government really cared about the ‘human’ population, would Monsanto still be in business? Oh sure, there are lawsuits over the use of Roundup, but that’s of no consequence when Monsanto is guilty of so much worse and is allowed to run amok.

  2. You are absolutely right, of course, Shelby. All I can hope for at this point is that more people will wake up and realize how useless and corrupt our federal government is so we can start looking at the alternatives.

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