When will the media get its act together?
I can’t help but wonder whether the media is getting its act in order.
There is an enormous amount of misinformation out there about the health effects of consuming GMO foods.
A lot of it is incorrect and misleading.
But at the same time, there is so much misinformation about GMOs that there is a whole bunch of people who are not aware of the risks of GMOs, or they don’t even realize they are GMOs.
There are also a lot of people in positions of authority who are ignorant of GMOs.
And there are also many people in the mainstream media who have a vested interest in getting GMOs off the market.
We’ve all heard about how Monsanto is getting ready to take over the grocery store by using GMO seeds.
How is it going to work?
I have a very strong opinion that we should not allow the biotech industry to dominate the grocery market.
I’m not saying there won’t be some big corporations buying a slice of the pie.
I just think it is a mistake to allow Monsanto to become the dominant GMO company.
In fact, I think Monsanto has been working overtime to build a massive, complex and highly profitable agribusiness empire.
I also think it’s a mistake that the media, corporate media, and politicians are allowing Monsanto to monopolize the grocery aisle, because that will allow them to control the food supply, not to mention to buy up as much food as they can, all for their own profit.
So I believe we need to get our act together.
We need to stop the propaganda and start thinking about the science and what’s really at stake.
And we need a public health movement that says: GMOs are a threat to our health, and we should be using all of the tools we have at our disposal to fight back.
We should have a public discussion about how we should feed our families and communities.
And finally, we need more education about GMOs, and how they work, how to make sure that we have a safe, healthy food supply.
We have a lot to learn about GMOs.
They are a powerful crop.
They’re a very expensive crop.
But they’re also a relatively safe crop.
And if we’re not careful, we can all end up with more cancer, more obesity, and more heart disease than we actually need.
So we need education, more information, and that means getting our information out to people.
That means we need people to be educated, and it means they have to be informed.
I think we need an organized, organized public health campaign, because we know that there are people who will profit from the misinformation and the misinformation will profit them.
And I think there are many people who, because they have access to the information and because they’re willing to listen to it, will continue to perpetuate misinformation.
We’re in a time when the internet is a tool for spreading misinformation.
People have access, and they use it to spread misinformation.
And that’s one of the problems.
So in the meantime, we have to find ways to make it easier for people to educate themselves.
And in order to do that, we’ve got to be really, really careful about how and when we share information.
And one of my top priorities is to have more people who know how to research and understand what’s out there.
So let’s do that.
Let’s educate the general public about GMOs and what they’re doing.
And then we’ll find out if they can survive, and if they’re actually a threat.
It may be that some of these myths about GMOs are starting to fade.
But we’re going to have to keep fighting.
And the more people know what’s in the news, the better off we’ll be.