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Message Subject This is it! YES on 37 needs your vote: Help defeat GMOs and Monsanto at the ballot box
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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If you think genetically modified fish, meat, and vegetables are scary, how about having plants and animals genetically engineered with vaccines for you. Although these articles indicate this is being developed for "3rd world countries", do you think they will stop there?
[link to www.abc.net.au]

Maryke Steffens: I'm not the first person to offer up an arm when it comes to getting a needle at the doctor's. So given the choice of eating a vaccine, I'd choose that of course. And wouldn't we all if we had that option? Which may not be too far from reality.

At the AAAS Conference in Denver a couple of weeks ago, Dr Charles Arntzen from Arizona State University, told us that scientists are well on the way to creating transgenic plants which will produce vaccines, and when you eat them in large quantities, they'll work in exactly the same way as a jab, only with a lot less pain.


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“Goats are being genetically engineered to become "pharm animals" that carry vaccines in their milk… Current experiments being conducted by researchers from Texas A&M are geared toward producing a malaria vaccine for third world countries, with the ultimate goal being that eventually children will be able to become vaccinated simply by drinking the milk… Genetically engineered vaccine-producing animals might enter the food supply unexpectedly, contaminating the food supply; there are also known health risks to consuming GM foods, including DNA damage, fertility problems and more…”

[link to articles.mercola.com]

Without labeling, will you know if vaccine is in your tomato juice or goat's cheese?
 
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