GE Salmon: Is The World Ready for Frankenfish?
If approved, genetically engineered salmon (“Frankenfish”) would be the first genetically engineered animal that our Federal Government has ever approved for food consumption. This decision could be a defining moment for humanity, wildlife and our planet. Colin O’Neil, Director of Government Affairs for the Center for Food Safety talks with Food Integrity Now about the inherent dangers of allowing the approval by the FDA of AquaBounty’s GE salmon. O’Neil discusses the risks of GE Salmon being released into the enviroment, as well as the health dangers associated with this untested salmon. His message is one of urgency! O’Neil advocates to everyone to let their voice be heard by the FDA. The comment period to the FDA has been extended until April 26, 2013 and provides a golden opportunity to create a consumer uproar and put a halt to GE Salmon. One way to let your voice be heard is by going to GE-fish.org to send your comment. O’Neil further discusses the Center for Food Safety’s involvement in the historic Bowman vs. Monsanto case and his recent book, Nano Exposed: A Citizen’s Guide to Nanotechnology.
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What is wrong with our f*in* elected and appointed officials!!?? Either they are psychotic (my bet) or they believe they are totally unaffected by the decisions they make. Either way, we are all up a creek without a paddle. Our government is destroying the only earth we have that we know of that sustains life.
Debbie, that is why we have to use our voice and say “No”. If enough of humanity takes action and demands something different, things will change. The problem is that many are passive and that is why we are in this predicament in the first place. We cannot give up and need to keep spreading the word and taking action. Thanks for commenting!