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GMO labeling petition nears one million

The anti-genetically modified food movement in the United States has been put to shame by movements in Europeans and many others overseas, but a major anti-GMO petition appears to be making serious headway.

With just a few weeks left until the U.S.’ Food and Drug Administration will stop accepting comments about a petition filed by the Center for Food Safety seeking compliance with mandatory GMO labeling, more than 850,000 comments have already been submitted.

Of course, President Barack Obama promised on the campaign trail that he would label GMOs, no questions asked, and has since gone on to appoint “food safety expert” Michael Taylor as Deputy Commissioner for Foods at the United States Food and Drug Administration, a former top Monsanto (GMO, Agent Orange and other chemical mega-corp) and board member of various Rockefeller-funded groups on agriculture.

Instead of aiding in this all-important process, one that countries from Asia to the EU employ as a bare minimum (if not an outright ban on GMOs), Obama and co. have fought tooth and nail against this and all other campaigns to finally inform people about the most fundamental change to nature and the way we eat in many, many decades.

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