Chuck Norris Calls Out Monsanto For Killing Food Supply
Chuck Norris has a special roundhouse kick with Monsanto’s name on it. Today, he has released a detailed article speaking out against Mons...
Today, he has released a detailed article speaking out against Monsanto’s complete decimation of the food supply, from their health-crushing Roundup herbicide to their rampant genetically modified seeds that have infiltrated staple crops like corn, soy, and beets.
In the piece entitled ‘Chuck Norris raises red flag over Monsanto‘ and featured on World Net Daily, Norris speaks out plainly against the destructive force of Monsanto.
Specifically, Norris highlights Monsanto’s use of glyphosate (used in Roundup) and its effects:
“…Monsanto began marketing glyphosate under the Roundup name in the 1970s, and it quickly became an industry standard. In 1997, its use tripled with the introduction of Monsanto’s Roundup Ready crops, plantings genetically modified to withstand glyphosate in order to enable farmers to use more of the herbicide in killing crop-threatening weeds. Glyphosate is sprayed on most of the corn and soybean crops in the United States, as well as over sugar beets, canola and other crops.It’s an amazing thing when public figures speak out plainly against Monsanto, because it shows just how far we have come in regards to spreading the word about Monsanto’s many attempts to root out independent farmers and dominate our food supply. It shows how grassroots action, and our campaign to the spread the word nationwide, is really quite effective.
“In 2007 alone, the agricultural sector applied between 180 million and 185 million pounds of glyphosate to crops in this country. The home and garden sector applied 5 million to 8 million pounds, and industry, commerce and government applied 13 million to 15 million pounds of glyphosate. It was the most widely used herbicide in U.S. agriculture and second-most widely used herbicide in the home and garden sector.
“… The only real way you have of knowing whether glyphosate traces or residue is in the food you eat is if you grow it yourself or only buy products that are certified organic.
“The EPA promised a completed preliminary risk assessment of glyphosate by the end of last year.”
Hats off to Chuck Norris for his latest piece that will no doubt turn many thousands of individuals onto the key subject of Monsanto’s Roundup and genetically modified seeds.
By Anthony Gucciardi, Natural Society;