You Don’t Matter. House Votes for Monsanto’s Right to Deceive Consumers

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Vatic Note: This is a "depopulation" effort with a factor to attack our intelligence so we will become compliant slaves, no resistance, no intellectual abilities and a shortened life span to 40 years.  In otherwords,  THE END OF THE HUMAN RACE AS WE KNOW IT.  IF YOU DON'T SEE THAT, THEN YOU WILL BE SORRY....... AS WILL YOUR CHILDREN.


MY CONGRESSMAN IS SCOTT TIPTON who voted for the  bill and I WILL NEVER VOTE FOR HIM AGAIN FOR ANY OFFICE.  He will be poison just like Hillary Clinton  is right now and I will work myself to a nub to ensure he never holds office where the public welfare can be sorely affected.  The good news is, if its not labeled "NO GMO",  then I don't eat it.  We did a blog "PROVING" that GMO causes cancer. Our entire neighborhood is growing their own food with the non GMO seeds.

Can you tell I am really mad????   We better start gettting really mad over our congress's sell out to the fascist nazis who are trying to genetically engineer us into mindless zombies and slaves who don't live past 40, so they don't have to deal with our retirement and old age and can STEAL our 401k's, social security trust fund, and pensions.

The message in this vote by the house, is that we dont' matter and we don't, not anymore and they are not even trying to hide that fact.   So, monitoring the election vote count becomes seriously important now.   They are capable of rigging the election results, which means they don't have to care about how we feel.  AND NEVER GIVE UP YOUR GUNS.

You Don’t Matter. House Votes for Monsanto’s Right to Deceive Consumers
By Admin, Blacklisted News, July 25, 2015

'We know this: We can’t let this bill get through the U.S. Senate.' (Image: JustLabelIt.org)
On Thursday, 275 members of the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of H.R. 1599, the DARK (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act. By voting for the DARK Act, these politicians voted against truth and transparency, against science, against the more than century-old right of states to legislate on matters relating to food safety and labeling.

They voted against the 90-percent of Americans who are in favor of mandatory labeling of GMOs. They voted against the producers of non-GMO foods.

They voted against you.  Make this go viral everywhere.  This is watershed legislation and if they pass this, then states rights are gone, our health and DNA are not safe, and our children will become mindless slaves, if not true zombies,  with a shortened life span. 

Now that the DARK Act has been approved by the House, we’ll have to stop it in the Senate. We have to move fast—because Monsanto is desperate to pass a bill that preempts mandatory GMO labeling laws at the state and federal levels, before Vermont’s GMO labeling law takes effect next year.
H.R. 1599 was sold to Congress via multi-million dollar public relations and lobbying campaigns built on lies and deception. The bill’s sole purpose is to support an industry—Monsanto’s poison-peddling industry—that was founded on lies and deception from the get-go.
Were the Congress members who voted against you fooled by Monsanto’s slick, deceitful packaging of this so-called “Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act”? Or did they simply vote with their wallets, stuffed full of biotech and junk food industry cash?  (VN:  PROBABLY BOTH!)
We don’t know. But we know this: We can’t let this bill get through the U.S. Senate.
Less than 24 hours before the House vote, the industry-funded front group behind H.R. 1599 was still pushing out the lies. The “Coalition for Safe and Affordable Food,” feigning concern for consumers, emailed members urging them to support the DARK Act because if we require mandatory labeling, it will increase the cost of your food by $500/year.

That lie has been debunked over and over, by legitimate independent studies. It’s a lie based on a study funded by, and which remains the intellectual property of, the Council for Biotech Information—of which Monsanto is a member.
Less than 24 hours before the House vote, a staffer in the office of the bill’s sponsor, Rep. Mike Pompeo, told a caller that the DARK Act gives consumers what they want: the means to know whether or not their food contains GMOs.

“Consumers can choose to presume that all foods have GMO contents unless they are labeled or otherwise presented as non-GMO.  Meaning that it is knowable and it is known by the public which products have GMO and which don't,” claimed a Pompeo minion.
More lies. The DARK Act creates a voluntary, government-run non-GMO certification program. Unless every producer of non-GMO products pays to have those products certified non-GMO, consumers will still have no way of knowing which products contain GMOs, and which don’t. And why should the burden of labeling fall on the producers of non-GMO foods, when the risk factor is associated with those foods that do contain GMOs? 
H.R. 1599 would repeal existing state GMO labeling laws, such as Vermont’s Act 120, and would preempt any future state or federal laws requiring mandatory labeling of genetically engineered foods or foods containing GMOs. That’s unconstitutional, according to the Campaign for Liberty, which said this in a statement yesterday:
Whatever your views on GMOs, there is no Constitutional justification for the federal government to preempt state laws in this area. There certainly is no justification for Congress to preempt private sector efforts to meet consumer demands for non-GMO foods, while allowing those who support the use of GMOs to do so.
Yet 275  members of the U.S. House today voted against the U.S. Constitution. And if we don’t stop them, a majority of U.S. Senators could do the same.
If we are going to stop the federal government from taking away our right to demand truth and transparency in labeling, we will have to double or triple our size and our impact. And we have to do it now.
Ronnie Cummins is a veteran activist, author, and organizer. He is the International Director of the Organic Consumers Association and its Mexico affiliate, Via Organica.

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