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Weeding Wisely – do not use RoundUp

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In this video from Bayer, the statement is made that there have been over 800 studies over the years in regards to glyphosate, the active ingredient in the weedkiller RoundUp.  Have you wondered why this ingredient has been studied so many times?  For example, you do not have to study your TV 800 times.  You just turn the power on and watch television.

Also in the video, a claim is made that glyphosate is not a carcinogen.  However, there are over 40,000 lawsuits pending against Monsanto and Bayer showing that citizens from all over the world has contracted cancer from consistently using RoundUp on their crops and their gardens.

For example, cigarettes are a carcinogen and can cause cancer when a person smokes them all of the time.  Well, a cigarette can also not be a carcinogen to you if you choose not to smoke cigarettes.  For glyphosate to not be a carcingoen to you, choose not to use RoundUp.

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Written by ahol888

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  1. There is an interesting trick in this video, namely that the fact that one of the reports states (on its front cover) that glyphosate is not a carcinogen is taken to imply that this is also true of the other 799. We have no idea what conclusion the other studies came to, neither do we know who carried out those studies or who put up the cash for them.

    It is very well known that research in the world of pharmaceuticals is frequently twisted to favour the interests of “big pharma”, with the result that the safety of medicines is often compromised by virtue of dodgy statistics and dubious research methods. The same is also true of companies that sell chemical products to the mass market.

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    • Thank you for explaining that to me. They have a few more videos like this one that they are using for public relations. I will post them one-by-one next week so that you will be able to take a look at them and give your input.

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