EU to approve new GM crop, ignoring majority members’ opposition


This is a highly significant development, coming, as it does, in the wake of the extreme flooding and devastation of farmland in the UK. What the events of this week have also demonstrated is how much power the EU already wields over UK government policy – evidenced in the 2007 EU directive that allowed the Somerset flood plains to flood.

As I have asserted in a previous blog, GM foods are lethal and are a vital cog in the elite’s depopulation agenda: Several months ago I wrote that: “In spite of protestations from Monsanto and Monsanto controlled officials / scientists that GM food was safe, 44,000 internal FDA documents, which came to light as a result of a lawsuit filed against Monsanto, exposed the official proclamation as an outright lie. The documents revealed that the FDA’s own scientists found that GM food was bad for human health – that it can induce allergies, and anti-biotic resistant diseases; toxins and cancer causing agents.

The GM agenda serves two ultimate purposes; firstly, to significantly reduce the global population by slowly poising the food supply, causing massive increases in cancer, disease, organ failure, as well as to render the population infertile; and secondly, to give the elite companies a complete monopoly of the global food supply”.

Last June, in the wake of the Bilderberg Conference in Watford, attendee David Cameron proclaimed that the UK would have to “rethink” its policies on GM foods. Well, in light of this new EU approval of GMO crops, it appears his masters in Brussels, via the commission, have already made that decision for him.

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The European Commission is set to authorize the growing of genetically modified maize on European soil, despite 19 member states voting against the move, highlighting the “absurd” rules of weighted votes in the EU.

In a debate on Tuesday, 19 EU member states indicated that they would vote against the authorization of genetically modified maize because of health and environmental concerns and opposition in the European Parliament.

But because of the so-called comitology rules of the EU, their votes will be insufficient to overturn the decision of bigger member states that support the introduction of insect resistant Pioneer 1507.

The UK and Spain are both in favor of GM crops, while Germany abstained and France is staunchly against their introduction.

European health Commissioner Tonio Borg said on Tuesday that the commission is now legally bound to approve the crop. Borg insisted that extensive research since 2001 had shown the crop was safe.

Britain has argued that without GM crops, Europe risks becoming “the museum of world farming,” and that there is a clear scientific case for GM, while Spain has said that its farmers need to be able to compete with non-EU nations that can grow GM produce.

DuPont, which jointly developed Pioneer 1507 with Dow Chemical, said in statement that the EU has a “legal obligation to itself, to its farmers and scientists and to its trade partners” to support the approval of new agricultural advances.

France however warned that if the European Commission goes ahead with the introduction of GM maize, then it risks fuelling further euroscepticism by granting approval in the face of fierce opposition.

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