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May products carry cancer warnings … and people still buy them. Why does RoundUp not get a warning lable?
HUMANS ARE JUST MEDIANS FOR PROFIT, WERE THE ONLY SPECIES THAT USES CURRINCYS, WERE THE ONLY SPECIES THAT ISN’T POPULATION REGULATED. ESSENTIALLY”LIVESTOCK”!
Many products carry cancer warnings … and people still buy them. Why does Round Up not get a warning label?
RoundUp’s main ingredient, glyphosate, is the suspected cause of cancer in many people. There are currently several thousand lawsuits against Bayer/Monsanto. Bayer (formerly one of the German industrial giants in Hitler’s war machine during WWII, bought Monsanto after accepting the accuracy and truth of Monsanto scientists’ reports of the chemical’s safety. Neither the FDA nor the EPA has tested glyphosate and they won’t. One, because it is considered scientifically unethical to test a suspected carcinogen on humans and two, because the known correlation between glyphosate and disease is high. So, there is no human clear data such as to require a warning label. Giles Seralini performed the only mammalian study of glyphosate that I know of published in the journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology 2012, but the journal has retracted the article. His study on rats fed with chow on which glyphosate had been sprayed showed that tumors formed in most of the rats but there were complicating factors. When giant corporations are suspect, the money at stake is in the billions and changes will be made to avoid this loss. Bayer/Monsanto has already set aside a victim compensation fund of roughly $10 billion. Start reading government website data from the FDA, EPA, Dept of Agriculture and others. Don’t rely on what you see/hear only on tv/internet. They control that narrative and only tell you what they want you to know.
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