According to NaturalSociety.com, a hate filled email was sent by a biotech scientist from a prominent GMO corporation outlining his defense of the industry.
Here is the email:
I am no traitor against humanity. If this **** causes infertility… Awesome!!
The world is over-populated, and people need to stop having children. This is one of earth’s largest problems.
If the earth wasn’t overpopulated, things like growth hormones wouldn’t EXIST.
The reason they do, is that the earth cannot produce enough food on its own to feed us all.
This is why GMO is actually saving the planet.
So **** you and your ********. I am doing humanity a ******* FAVOR!!!
A REAL ‘traitor to humanity’
According to Anthony Gucciardi, the identity of “Ed” and who he works for was confirmed but has not been revealed due to possible legal ramifications. The story here is not the email and not the fact that he was dropping hate filled expletives, but rather that he has excused his profession with a fundamental difference in philosophy: infertility is good.
Just as a thief can justify his actions by thinking in some way life has robbed him in the past or that a murderer can justify crime by past injustices, GMO scientists are using liberal propaganda to justify admitted (in this email) possible infertility.
For humans to gain traction against mega-corporations who are bent on changing the fundamental nature of life, there first needs to be an understanding of good vs. evil. A recent article about hand-made humans to save earth highlights this difference in understanding in the importance for humans to stay human.
The overpopulation agenda has radically changed the perceptions of the value of other humans beings and the fight for humanity has begun. The claim that the “earth cannot produce enough food on its own to feed us all” is simply not true, although centralized food distribution is destroying the planet.
Alternative homesteading practices are proving that small pockets and communities promoting self-sustainability is the true path towards a viable solution, rather than an assault on humans and nature as we know it. This understanding does nothing to fund the scientists and the experimentation on the human race, though, so it is understandable that they would be fearful of spreading real answers to address the root of the problem. Literally the only way to fight this mentality is to spread awareness, grow your own food and share with the community around you.
This is something we won’t be hearing from politicians during the presidential debates but it is a truth that is begging for attention. Fight back with your wallet and resist the supermarket when possible. The shelves are filled with products whose profits go to fund the mentality displayed in the email above.