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National Security Study Memorandum NSSM was shaped by Rockefeller interests and aimed to adopt a “world population plan of action” for drastic global population controli.

Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation

The material he provides is startling. It “laid the groundwork for the later gene revolution”. It was at a time when Americans claimed that their aim was to help the world through free-market efficiency. Although our civilization has been built on humanistic ideals, in this new age of ‘free markets’, everything– science, commerce, agriculture and even seeds– have become weapons in the hands of a few global corporation barons and their political fellow travelers.

Seeds of Destruction – review

He compared city slums to cancerous tumors and called them “offensive to decency and beauty”. It was pseudoscientific mumbo-jumbo but was now law, and Engdahl equates it to a potentially biologically catastrophic “Andromeda strain” – but no longer science fiction. This book is nothing short of a wake-up call to every single one of us to take back our food sources and insist that our government protect the people of this country, not work for the advancement of corporate interests around the globe.

Along with endgahl in the industry, Monsanto is accused of being a shameless polluter.

Seeds of Destruction : The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation

Argentina was the first test case. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. In so doing, it threatens to open this important agricultural region to the “forced introduction [of] genetically manipulated plants and food products”.


American agribusiness destrucction later get involved through a policy of global food control. With mechanized GMO soybean monoculture, the country’s dairy farms were reduced by half and “hundreds of thousands of workers [were forced] off the land” into poverty.

Engdahl takes the reader inside the corridors of power, into the backrooms of the science labs, behind closed doors in the corporate boardrooms. An agricultural economist I met at a meeting.

Review of ‘Seeds of Destruction – The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation’

In this case, he asked Congress to appropriate an emergency one billion taxpayer-dollars for a drug, Tamiflu. Nothing suggests there’ll be a stoppage. He is author of A Century of War: They weren’t reported, his vilification was highlighted, and Monsanto and the Mexican government scored a big victory.

Until the advent of agribusiness, food production and markets were local. The book’s introduction says it ‘reads like a crime story. Nonetheless, the Ministry recommended a GMO corn variety be certified, and the Blair government issued a new code seed conduct under which. This is a very dense book with many footnotes and much to think about.

He writes of the conspiracy I use this word with some risk between major corporations and foundations in the United States to take over the food growing mechanisms of the world in order to control population growth. Monsanto chose milk as its first GMO product, genetically manipulated it with recombinant bovine growth hormone rBGH and marketed it under the enggdahl name Posilac. News and comment on genetically modified foods and their associated pesticides. It’s also doing it cooperatively with the UN Fo Health Organization WHO by quietly funding its “reproductive health” program through the use of a tetanus vaccine.

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Cited was exposure to “dangerous chemicals, blood, fecal matter, exacerbated by poor ventilation and often extreme temperatures”. This “carefully constructed network later proved crucial” to the Rockefeller strategy to “spread the use of genetically engineered crops around the world”, helped along with USAID funding and CIA mischief.


In the Cold War era, food became a strategic weapon by masquerading as “Food for Peace”. Chakrabartyhowever, gave destrhction an opening by ruling that “anything under the sun that is made by man” is patentable.

With that support, GMO companies have been pushing things to the limit. This skillfully researched book focuses on how a small socio-political American elite seeks to establish control over the very basis of human survival: If it often reads as a crime story, that should be no surprise: It was mandated under several of the swiftly implemented “Bremer Laws”, but Oc had no say in them as the country was now governed out of Washington and its branch office inside the heavily fortified Green Zone in the largest US embassy in the world.

Better to remove them and cleanse the landscape. It is also called bovine growth hormone, or BGH.

More than eight million farmers in 17 countries now plant GM crops, over destrjction per cent in developing nations. Powerful figures as well as leading American business families were behind the effort. You will learn how these corporations want to achieve control over all mankind, and why we must resist An important topic and a book worth reading, but it was ehgdahl desperate need of editing. Grew up in Texas, earned a BA in engineering and jurisprudence from Princeton University inand studied comparative economics at the University of Stockholm from to Marijan Jost, Professor of Genetics, Krizevci, Croatia The book reads like a murder mystery of an incredible dimension, in which four giant Anglo-American agribusiness conglomerates have no engdajl to use GMO to gain control over our very means of subsistence