the only reason to be afraid of gmo foods is that agribusiness companies like monsanto can use gm crops to frick over farmers.

the only reason to be afraid of gmo foods is that agribusiness companies like monsanto can use gm crops to frick over farmers. there's nothing wrong with the food itself, if you believe that plants growing bigger or producing certain nutrients will kill you then go shove a healing crystal up your ass

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's OK though when Amazon and walmart completely destroy small businesses because muh undercutting of wages, wage theft, and no benefit prvoision done by small businesses but supporting Monsanto BAD because muh small family farmers who literally employ illegal immigrant slaves and do the same shit will be run out of town. There is no consistency EVER by polititards. It's only about MUH SIDE like a fricking football game.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >wojak slop
      >schizo tier pants shitting and strawmanning

      Did you take your meds this evening?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >can't refute even a SINGLE point
        >ad hom
        I accept your concession, weakmind.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Didn't realize we were having an argument, everything you posted was just "OP is dumb"

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It wasn't, but we already established you are weakminded, so I'm sorry you have no ability to think.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      what about my post could possibly make you think i'm ok with the way amazon and walmart do business?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >agribusiness companies like monsanto can use gm crops to frick over farmers. there's nothing wrong with the food itself

      nothing wrong with it if they made the food available for free. but they are creating new species of plants and claiming the very genome is intellectual property.

      >you get caught eating a Monsanto brand potato when your phone app flags a proprietary gene marker.
      >cops show up
      >it says here you didn't pay your food rent this month. food is not available to non-subscribers

      Monsanto hasn't existed for over 5 years now, stop talking about things you know nothing about, it makes you seem uneducated and dumb, which you probably are.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      great post that got literally 0 (zero) arguments made to it
      saved

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >agribusiness companies like monsanto can use gm crops to frick over farmers. there's nothing wrong with the food itself

    nothing wrong with it if they made the food available for free. but they are creating new species of plants and claiming the very genome is intellectual property.

    >you get caught eating a Monsanto brand potato when your phone app flags a proprietary gene marker.
    >cops show up
    >it says here you didn't pay your food rent this month. food is not available to non-subscribers

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      when i said
      >nothing wrong with the food
      i meant its not gonna make you sick. obviously the issue is with the intellectual property aspect, but most of the people complaining about gmos are astrology homeopathy type hippie morons who think it will somehow disalign your chakras or something

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >they are creating new species of plants

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wrong. They are genetically modified to be sprayed with copious amount of herbicides and pesticides because pulling weeds on large areas is not profitable.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dude some GMOs are literally made to make the plants not only tolerate being sprayed with huge mounts of pesticide but also to produce pesticides throughout the plant

    Heck this isn't even like old school pesticide where you only spray the young plants more modern methods use it as a fricking desiccant sprayed on right before a fricking Grain Harvest Yo wont wash dry grain so the pesticide is literally on the grain and in the flour.

    Maybe shit like golden rice is a pure good but Monsanto and co are so fricking evil I don't trust that they aren't cooking the books on that shit.

    Im not even one of the Comme fricks who think they should give the food away I know we need a prophet motive to make any good in the most efficient way and using the Economic calculation Problem and Local Knowledge problem can prove it but it is Government protection of big Agrabuisnis that is allowing them to monopolize production and poison literally everyone.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This. They're using weed killer agents as desiccants, to reduce the natural drying time.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I believe plants spliced with other living things will produce more than "larger growth" as an outcome of their creation.
    Also I see it as an abomination of nature created solely for profit and control. On principle it should be avoided.
    Frick you OP. Stop attempting to force your mutated stock on us as though it were your religion. It's disgusting.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Also I see it as an abomination of nature created solely for profit and control. On principle it should be avoided
      see this is literally the problem. you're saying it's bad by definition, just cos its le abomination. there are good reasons to be concerned about gmos as other anons have written itt, but neither of your points are among them

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Your arguments revolve around defamation, disregarding those who think differently than you and insults.
        You are promoting the use and consumption of things which I may not be comfortable consuming and may cause unforeseen reactions in those who consume them.
        It would be like a religious person forcing you to believe and worship the way they do.
        I want my food to be of natural origin whether it's been hybridized or not, and that means no splicing of genetic components which could not take place in nature.
        I do not want to consume these genetic abominations, and that is quickly becoming difficult as they are forced on us at greater and greater rates.
        You are a zealot masquerading as a "advocate of progress".
        I'm sure it makes you feel important.
        >I'm part of the future!
        >I'm helping?
        You are only stroking your ego.
        >le
        You talk like a homosexual too, anon.

        And you're a moron. Go smoke some sage so you can astral project into a bear's colon you queer.

        see

        you should have a nice day because i say so
        you’re stupid if you don’t!
        there is nothing wrong with you committing suicide today and if you believe that’s bad you’re crazy and stupid

        Says it well.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      And you're a moron. Go smoke some sage so you can astral project into a bear's colon you queer.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your arguments revolve around defamation, disregarding those who think differently than you and insults.
      You are promoting the use and consumption of things which I may not be comfortable consuming and may cause unforeseen reactions in those who consume them.
      It would be like a religious person forcing you to believe and worship the way they do.
      I want my food to be of natural origin whether it's been hybridized or not, and that means no splicing of genetic components which could not take place in nature.
      I do not want to consume these genetic abominations, and that is quickly becoming difficult as they are forced on us at greater and greater rates.
      You are a zealot masquerading as a "advocate of progress".
      I'm sure it makes you feel important.
      >I'm part of the future!
      >I'm helping?
      You are only stroking your ego.
      >le
      You talk like a homosexual too, anon.

      [...]
      see
      [...]
      Says it well.

      very ironic that the two posts claiming op is religious are making the most faith and feelings based bullshit arguments itt

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Wanting to force this on others as though it is some holy sacrament is more in tune with that description than someone trying to avoid it, but you already knew that.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          i'm not trying to force anyone to do anything you fricking nitwit, eat whatever you want. i'm just saying your objections are magical thinking nonsense

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >objections are magical
            Your posts are comical. you promote this as something wholly positive, and defame others who disagree. It's as though you are being paid to post here. Are you a shill trying to "soft promote" this, or do you own stock in M*onsanto?
            >i'm not trying to force anyone to do anything
            You act like you're either heavily invested in this, and you are promoting it as though it's helping anyone but biotech companies.
            It's honestly disgusting, and you may as well be a shill, or another religious zealot.
            >nitwit
            Projecting. Lol.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              the whole point of my post was anti monsanto and anti big biotech and agribusiness corporations, learn to read

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Do you know what "soft promote' refers to? You underplay or slightly critique the source of the issue while promoting its product in an attempt to reduce the outrage towards the product.
                If you aren't a shill, you may as well be one.
                Even without large corporations it's unwise to splice genetics into food in a hubristic attempt to make it "'more nutritious'".
                Food is already nutritious enough as it is.
                You want more nutrition? Eat some vitamins. Stop trying to force your lifestyle on others.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >it's unwise to splice genetics into food in a hubristic attempt to make it "'more nutritious'".
                see this is my entire problem, you're wrong, and vehemently so, with literally nothing to back it up
                >Food is already nutritious enough as it is.
                tell that to people going blind and ascorbic from malnutrition in africa and india.
                i'm not trying to force a lifestyle, you're the one saying we shouldn't ever produce gmos, thus denying millions of people in need food that would give them a better quality of live, or save their lives, over literally nothing. over muh hubris muh unwise without a shred of anything to support it.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >with literally nothing to back it up
                You are splicing animal genetics with plants, and there could and likely will be unintended consequences for this foolish course of action.
                Playing "God" is not wise here.
                >tell that to people going blind and ascorbic from malnutrition in africa and india.
                They could simply eat on a regular basis or eat vitamin enriched foods.
                >thus denying millions of people in need food that would give them a better quality of live,
                We could do that with normal food too, but Africans seem too backwards on average to grow their own food. Their actions and lives should be their own, and we should stop sending food to Africa at large because it is sheering up their populations to unsustainable levels when they could not take care of themselves in the first place.
                You hubris can be found in the fact you think you can solve their problems with food when their problems are found in their own way of living.
                Your hubris can be found in trying to mutate food by splicing plants with genetics foreign to their biology.
                You are very much like a religious zealot in this regard thinking your chosen deity is the salvation of humanity.
                What would actually help us is if we stopped meddling in each others' affairs, and tried to live more sustainable lives, but no.
                Everyone wants to play savior, especially 'people' like (You).

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                ok i cba, this is pigeon chess. you win

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You have no argument, and so again you resort towards defamation to make "a point'. If anything, you are the one who seems ignorant on this subject.
                Goodbye, then. Enjoy spreading your "good word".

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                every word of this is projection, down to the minutest scruple

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >no you
                Anon, I thought you said you were done.
                You have no argument, so let it go, and walk away. (no 360)
                There's no real reason to argue anyhow. the future seems to be using "science" (not the scientific method, but beliefs directed at others through the name of science) as a religion. Deny it, and "gulag" is your reward.
                Who cares what either of us think anyhow.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m all for GMOs. The life expectancy of people keeps getting longer and the food keeps getting more modified. So how are we losing exactly?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The term you are looking for is 'in spite of'. Please don't talk on the internet anymore. You're not helping people.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Make a compelling argument.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Of increased life expectancy despite worse nutrition? Probably not working in coal mines, living with woodfire ovens with no proper ventilation, less wars, less diseases, less infant mortality, and so on. Life expectancy is an average, remember. This is basic stuff mate.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          For this fellah. Remember, people didn't die of 'old age' at 40 in the Roman Empire. People could live to 60+, most just died very young from war or disease.

          Make a compelling argument.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You keep saying worse nutrition. Explain how GMOs are bad. Stop with irrelevant BS. JTRZD

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Saying 'GMO food' is good or bad is like saying 'medication is good (or bad)'. You have to be fricking moronic to think this simplistically.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Midwit.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    yeah but if the gmo plant is gmo so it can withstand getting sprayed with zyklon b then that s a problem .
    you can t go and search is every beamn you eat is gmo so it can produce twice the normal amount or if it s gmo so it can be resistant to all of nurgle's plagues
    but yeah gmo s are cool , shame about the chems

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's really funny:

    Carrying the seeds and plants to the next nuclear power plant and let it sit in the reactor's radiation - leading to GOD KNOWS WHAT kinds of mutations (which has been done for DECADES by now)? - Perfectly fine.
    Controlled manipulation of single genes? - NO! MAKE IT GO AWAY!!1

    It's also really cute how people pretend to their product having nothing to do with it - the "green biotechnology" (=genetic manipulation) has already found its way into EVERY aspect of food production. We have eaten and digested its products many MANY times already, and be it just by drinking a beer, for which the yeast has been genetically "optimised"... The biotechnology is on a level that we can now manipulate genes without any additional foreing genes introduced, no markers, no nothing - declarations are therefore useless.

    Since you normally probably eat food and not have sex with it it is fine, genes in food are as normal as water being wet, they are and always have been decomposed into their base molecules and then used by our body to build its own structures.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Most GMO crops are modified to be resistant to glyphosate, e.g. roundup. It's not the genetic modification that gives you cancer, it's the fricking glyphosate they douse the GMO crops in.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >there's nothing wrong with the food itself
    GMOs have led the the trend of massive thicc juicy strawberries with no flavor whatsoever. If I wanted water I'd open the tap. I don't want to spend x5 the price on organic farm to table strawberries that are only available seasonally. Nor do I want to spend money on what amounts to ghost of a strawberry flavored water berries. Globalization was fantastic for like 15 years. Now it's gay.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Bonus: the flavorless ghost strawberries also cause cancer now because they're impregnated with pesticides and herbicides.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think the real issue is that they're picked too early. In the same batch of strawberries most of them will be 25% white and flavorless. But there will sometimes be one that's red all the way to the stem and it's sweet with a lot of flavor. Lots of fruit and vegetables too are harvested when underripe for different reasons and it often makes them less flavorful and nutritious.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    you should have a nice day because i say so
    you’re stupid if you don’t!
    there is nothing wrong with you committing suicide today and if you believe that’s bad you’re crazy and stupid

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