Thursday, February 18, 2010

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It should be noted first that Eurppea the Union has not authorized any GMOs through the EU Council of Ministers, or the body in charge, who, lacking the legal majority, was never exposed to the risks of damage to health, long established ... We just have to find out "How bad will" and not "if" there will hurt GM.
Just as clear is the irreversible contamination of the environment by GMOs, clearly defined by DIR 2001/18/EC as inevitable, if released into the environment.
E 'for these reasons that, before introducing GMOs in Italy, you will see that a moratorium will be subject to national and European international, applying the precautionary principle and criteria for biosafety, which is the zero tolerance in seeds and food, to avoid risks to health and the environment. In addition to consumers are properly informed, a right guaranteed by the EU Court of Justice. Right now denied by the so-called thresholds (in) tolerance "without labeling (9 grams for each kilogram of food component)
E 'necessary, for the same reasons, bring the matter before the compulsory referendum before deciding to enter of GMOs into the environment. The rules are very clear in this direction (Dir. 2001/18/EC).
EFSA also now based his opinion "scientific" (?) (And non-binding) only on the data provided by Monsanto or other GMO-producing companies, which own Patent ... how to ask the landlord if the wine is good.
EFSA Regulation should therefore, as required by the EU Parliament, be revised with the inclusion of independent scientific advice.
It 'good to read in this sense the book Arpad Pusztat: The safety of GMOs - Edilibri Milan. We look forward to scientific rebuttals to the research cited in this book.
one on the "coexistence," a contradiction in terms, since there would be a GMO-free agriculture in the case of environmental release of transgenic crops, is also only a "recommendation" of the Commission, not binding, as explicitly mentioned also in the decision of the Council of State, that mean, according to some, to authorize the planting of GMOs in Italy.
It seems to me that the authorization of MON 810 maize seed in question has expired, and now it is not renewed, as the Minister Zaia, and Germany and France have made an abrupt about-face to that effect, on GMOs. Especially in the face of evidence of risks to health and the environment established by the independent research published in recent years.
And in any case is not a court of the body responsible for authorizing the planting of GMOs in Italy, as well as in Europe, it much less EFSA.
Barroso was clear a few days ago ... on GMOs in Europe applies the policy of "Pontius Pilate" ... and everyone does what he wants, applying the national safeguard clauses in case of risks to health and the environment, leading to bans on cultivation and import of GMOs.

Council also look at the Service Report (RAI 3) 1998 "The Gene Disfigured" by Carlo pizza ... in which, according to the Novartis executive interviewed with the ears (cobs) GMOs in hand, full of borer larvae "alive and well" ... GM's work even as the European corn borer moves across the grain in the ear, since the pesticide Bt toxin is expressed only in green parts of transgenic plants (GMOs) and, therefore, the corn borer damage on GMOs will increase or at best remain the same. Resulting in increased risk of development of mycotoxins in GM, which, as amply demonstrated, depends mainly on the lack of crop rotation (maize monoculture, which would simply be prohibited), the fact that it uses to collect the corn in the autumn, with high humidity and great waste of energy for kiln-dried, often too late. But above all, the famous mycotoxins develop in storage long (often years) of goods from bins Americans and Canadians, Argentines and Brazilians and transport in the holds of ships (often moldy) for long periods ... ... Obviously GMO corn and soy ...
addition, in Italy, the so-called European corn borer causes damage very limited, never exceeding the so-called economic thresholds of intervention and, therefore, no wasted money to treat the corn with chemical insecticides and, if you do need, you can use with their most successful Bacillus thuringiensis sprayed on plants and on the ears (panicles) at the appropriate time, or when Eggs hatch in order to kill small larvae before they do damage.
crops of genetically modified corn, however, are likely to trigger resistance against insect pests of Bt toxin, produced massively by the transgenic plants, which pollute the soil for years, as demonstrated by studies of MIPAAF. With serious risk of future damage increase of insects resistant to the BT (also reported by the same manufacturers of GMOs). So we may lose a valuable biotechnology microbiological insecticide that any country today can self-produce at low cost, without having to pay patent.
The consequence would be a future large-scale use of chemical pesticides.
Without taking into account that the best method, very effective and economical biological control of corn borers and rappresntato prior disclosure of beneficial insects, parasites of the eggs of the borer itself 100% effective, as demonstrated by numerous studies and applications on a large scale ( eg in China), for which the borer larvae even born ... And from eggs laid by the butterflies come out of the beneficial insects that eat it.
Nature, as it turned, We provide all the solutions ... Just apply.
Without wasting money on expensive cars and fuels treatments with chemical pesticides for the production of which is used also much oil.
short, GMOs represent a real failure for farmers premeditated ... risk of loss of food sovereignty of nations ... hence only poverty and hunger. Over 200,000 farmers are suicidatisi in India over the past 10 years, the failure of GM crops.
Consider also the fact that many weeds have become resistant Raundup, which would be the chemical herbicide sprayed on GM crops on a massive scale, absorbed in the seeds (soybean and maize, cotton, canola, etc.). plant GMO resistant to chemical desiccant total. Resulting in the accumulation and water.
Un'avvelenamento mass, which bio-accumulate in food chains and meat of animals fed with GMOs. This is demonstrated by the fact that the threshold of so-called threshold for "tolerance" desiccant chemical residues in food was significantly increased with the entry into the market of GMOs. A dangerous chemical, touted as biodegradable, however, deadly toxic to cells, according to a Swedish research responsibility, the epidemic of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (a blood cancer). Monsanto has received a heavy fine for misleading advertising and dangerous.
other Ce and plenty to say against GMOs.
In particular, it cited the horizontal gene transfer of transgenic DNA inserted in GMOs, very unstable and reactive, as foreign to the living species, which, therefore, diffuses into and along the food chain, going from micro-organisms to waters, the in the blood and digestive system. They found transgenic DNA is not digested in the fetuses of mice ... What will happen to the poor farm animals, for their "bad luck" are slaughtered young ... and especially to human beings ... Today more and more "slaughtered by Cancer?
Please note that the so-called genes (pieces of DNA manipulated), no microchips, and when you change the normal functioning of DNA, inserting extraneous parts, no one can ever predict what will happen in the GMO, with immeasurable risks to health and the environment.
and changes over time within the DNA, due to the natural instability of the GMO, Monsanto declared by itself, such as soybeans.
the way: how was it possible to patent what is it exactly reproducible stable, as genetic manipulation?
In short, the future seems to me that GM is far from rosy ... maybe you should get off the train before it crashes. Aiming to
Made in Italy to be auctioned international good food, organic, 100% GMO free
what he asks the market ...
... the free market (which practically does not exist today if not in direct relationship from producer to consumer)
where we are winning ... for "nature."
Nature that we want to save. A tradition
received an inheritance from fathers, but most of all ... borrow it from our Children.

greetings dear
Prof. Joseph Altieri, Agroecology

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