Jeffrey Smith – The Danger of GMOs

Categories: Health & Wellness, Law, Government, & Military, Science & Technology
Jeffrey Smith, consumer advocate

Jeffrey Smith

Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith is on a mission to protect the world from GMOs (genetically modified organisms). The author of the world’s bestselling book on the dangers of GMO, Seeds of Deception, Jeffrey Smith has extensively researched the role of biotechnology companies in the spread of GMOs and documented the health risks of genetically modified crops. In the process, Jeffrey Smith has discovered a startling network of dishonest practices, faulty science, government corruption, and media coverup that lies beneath the supposedly humanitarian public face of the GMO movement.

The phrase “Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine shall be thy food,” is attributed to Hippocrates, who is also regarded as the father of Western medicine. Fresh, natural food has always been recognized as a crucial element in bodily health. Tune in as Jeffrey Smith explains why GMOs don’t make the cut – and why they pose a grave danger to humanity.

9 comments… add one
  • Bernard Jan 4, 2011 @ 3:57

    Monsanto will fight to the last drop of blood to keep GMO around. Monsanto is a eugenic organization. That’s what they do, that’s why the exist. They are driven by Ideal NOT money.

    I think Jeffrey Smith is naive to suggest Monsanto can and will turn around just because a few million people rejecting GMO.

    • Kim Greenhouse Jan 4, 2011 @ 10:33

      Hi Bernard,

      Thank you for listening and for taking time out of your busy day to comment. We really appreciate it. We wish more people would make comments. It makes the content more interactive.

      Jeffrey Smith has great leadership skills, tons of class and is navigating the matter with great integrity and diplomacy. I too agree with you and think Monsanto will fight to the bitter end to make sure that they own and control all food and seeds around the world. Don’t think for a minute that a company like Monsanto won’t take notice of how the markets respond.

      The markets of consumers will determine their ultimate success, if, and only if, more people become informed about GMO’s and thereby reject them flat out and educate the people around them about GMO’s and their terrible dangers.

  • stan Jan 5, 2011 @ 13:39

    Destroy Monsanto
    Support your local farmers

  • Az Mohammed Jan 5, 2011 @ 14:11

    Hi, This is a great enlightening interview and needs to be spread far and wide, it needs to become viral. I have tweeted it and pushed it on FaceBook, the world needs to know what the truth is about GMO seeds/crops and the evil Monsanto. The FDA is corrupt, as are many other world government agencies…..good work keep it up.


  • Andrew Abang (Site Admin) Jan 5, 2011 @ 15:29

    Thanks for your support, Az! Please feel free to spread the word on Digg, Reddit, etc. as well. Best wishes!

  • Peter Vey Jan 10, 2011 @ 18:53

    Bernard- Well, because people were informed about them in Europe, theres a way more effective resistance movement over there, and they managed to create some pressure in limiting GMO’s. It can happen here too. Just look into the Monsanto CEO’s face. He’s a sociopath filled with emptiness. I think a movement of enough people who have some compassion in them can weaken the GMO fascists. But its true, we do need more than just consumer rejection.

  • Paul Starr Jan 11, 2011 @ 1:32

    Hi Kim, GMO is for me an obious sinister movement. I have been very active of late ( and successful ) tracking down cures and at every turn I find government intervention restricting, banning and outright lying to stop cures from entering the market place. Behind them are the drug companies and health authorities and its all about money – treating is good curing is not good. Here in Australia the government has banned the import of supplements…and I would like to know if you have heard about Europe >>
    and Obama will follow >
    This is the their frontal attack on the war of drugs vs nature and it isn’t mentioned in the news WOW! Where are the objectionists and people marching in the streets.

  • ian sinclair Apr 17, 2011 @ 9:22

    The power of one is many – choice is our greatest strength and that is our freedom.Demand and supply is the basic law of economice – when there is no demand the supply has no need to exist – use your power – make informed,ethical choices and change this world.

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