GMO Food Poison Handbook: 'Genetically Modified' Agriculture and Animals

The GMO Food Poison Handbook is a summary of GMOs (genetically modified organisms), 'food products' created by Monsanto and other chemical companies. In simple terms it describes how the various GMO ‘food products’ create biological and medical problems, including birth defects, cancer, and diabetes.

“The chemical industry achieved the impossible: humans overfed, undernourished, and poisoned." More

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About Charles W Sutherland

Educated at University of Vienna (Austria), Loyola University of Chicago, London School of Economics and Political Science (England), University of Chicago.

International businessman for 35 years; visited 67 countries; author of numerous articles and three books (Disciples of Destruction: The Religious Origins of War and Terrorism; Character for Champions; The Poison Planters); co-author of two books (Clash of the Gods; Red Tape: Adventure Capitalism in the New Russia); Black Belt in karate; father/two sons; lives in Washington, DC area.

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