Scientist: Top Selling Weed Killer – Monsanto’s Roundup – Linked to Infertility

Natural Society – by Lisa Garber

Monsanto has made a pretty penny over the last several decades thanks to its top-selling herbicide, Roundup, and cash crops genetically modified to withstand heavy doses of the chemical, such as Roundup Ready corn, soy, and cotton. Meanwhile, Roundup’s key ingredient glyphosate has ravaged the earth, our food chain, and our bodies, and is even causing infertility among the masses. Its effects haven’t gone unnoticed.

Purdue University professor emeritus Dr. Don Huber addressed the dangers of glyphosate to American and European officials in 2011. His concerns centered on an electron microscopic pathogen which “appears to significantly impact the health of plants, animals, and probably human beings.” In a letter to US Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Huber added that preliminary experiments have reproduced the pathogen’s link to miscarriages.

Vilsack purportedly received Huber’s letter and, despite the available mountain of evidence just one click away, encouraged of Huber “submission of any data or studies in support of his concerns.” Apparently, none of the scientific, published evidence of glyphosate-induced infertility, sterility, birth defects, Parkinson’s, obesity, superweeds, and water pollution were convincing enough to keep the USDA from snuggling down next to Monsanto on a bed of dirty money just 11 days later. Despite Huber’s explicit pleas to delay deregulation of Roundup Ready crops—which would be, in his words, “a calamity”—the USDA went through with deregulation.

This was neither the first nor would it be the last hand members of the government would join with dirty industries to the detriment of their own citizenry. Reuters reports on the myriad concerns raised by numerous members of the scientific and medical community, yet it is only in 2015 that the Environmental Protection Agency promises results for their research into the possible dangers of glyphosate and what, if any, role government should play in it.

Seeing as the government has been front and center in support of Monsanto’s environmentally disastrous antics, we hope to see matched enthusiasm in remedial measures for the environment and its people.

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The Independent

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7 thoughts on “Scientist: Top Selling Weed Killer – Monsanto’s Roundup – Linked to Infertility

  1. I thought obama was not against medicinal marijuana? It just like a dr presscribing anything else he said yet he is throwing dr.s in jail. Just like he wont take our guns. If this country really wants to make money it needs to be legalized and also is proven usefull in over 200 medical uses wuth the side affects of munchies and laziness. Lol.

    1. Speaking Monsanto – can anybody say PARAQUAT OR AGENT ORANGE – I am sure that Monsanto manufactured paraquat and agent orange……………..Anyway as the old saying goes – atleast around where I am from they will say that if there is a corn field ar soy bean field etc. without any weeds that that field is not edible `cause it had nasty chemicals sprayed on it to kill the weeds, and if it kills the weeds it will kill you for sure!!!!!

      1. Yup, digger & a few more. DOW Chem comes to mind. The Round-Up the farmers are coerced into using isn’t the same stuff they sell at Home Depot. Farmers in the PacNorthWest are finding GMO grains so resistant to Round-Up that they can’t kill off last years crop of regrowth “squatters”. Looks as if we’re heading down the same track as with DDT, Agent “O” & Paraquat. Add parathion to that list too.

        1. Aw man BentSpear, if we all do not take care of those types then those types will definately take care of us all and we all will not like it so much, in other words, we got to take care of business with them bast***s like monsanto and the Dow company. Burn all those fields that Monsanto has planted with that GMO corn etc. … I am sure that this year we will be seeing a lot of corn fields being set on fire – good to see but sad to see that people may have to resort to having to have to use tactics like that

        2. Hey Bentspear, where you been? Haven’t seen you post for a few days.

          Actually, DDT was one of the best insecticides ever used. they falsified all those ‘studies’ that showed that it caused bird egg shells to become thinner. They gave it a bad rap to be able to ban it globally.

          The problem was that it worked TOO WELL to eliminate mosquitos. Malaria, and other mosquito-borne diseases just weren’t killing off the “useless eaters” in third world countries fast enough to suit the NWO while it was in use, hence, the so-called ‘government’ demonized it, through lies and deception, naturally.

          It was actually one of the most effective, (and least toxic to humans, when dispersed properly) insecticides ever created.

          1. Been on the road on personal biz. Our countrymen are not happy to say the least. Glad to be back.

            The DDT egg shell fiasco I knew about. I helped load DDT & diesel on spray choppers for spraying forests for Tussock Moth Infestation way back. It sure was merciless on the wildlife that got sprayed. But when my dad was in grade school, the entire bunch of school kids would line up & get “dusted” with the stuff by the county nurse. I believe WW2 Navy recruits did too. I have to agree with digger, slopping this crap around isn’t good. Like anything, misuse is going to cause problems & injuries. GMO & Round-Up is a bad combo. There’s another Herbicide called “Gaucho” made by Bayer-Germany that’s much worse than DDT.

  2. I love that there is a national food shortage they say… But there is always hunting. We dont need their poison. Let them get such a stockpile that they have to eat it while they are huddled in there bunkers like rats. And I always could use less deer in p.a. And i dont even need a gun to bring one down.

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