My Top 10 Stupidest Moments of 2016. How I wish 2017 would be reasonable.
Getting thrown out of the Monsanto Tribunal was absurd; sustaining several days of personal attacks was obsessive compulsive. A personal journey into how activists control the message.
If journalists are actually covering the fake €500,000 Monsanto stunt in The Hague, they can use research on the testimonies in this blog.
Vandana Shiva rarely listens. 200m from the Monsanto Tribunal, we will have farmers speaking about why they need agri-tech. Will she listen?
IARC says they are transparent – they are not! They say their scientists have no conflicts of interest – they do! They say their scientific methodology is the strongest – no one else agrees. This is hypocrisy!
How can three activists in a room create enough noise to affect policy, the media and people’s lives? The people they represent are a tiny fraction of the people they affect. This is wrong!
After a group of anti-GMO zealots got Facebook to remove a popular pro-science page, 12 science communicators speak out against this new form of unilateral censorship.
In 2013, Greenpeace inspired the destruction of Golden Rice trials. Today science declares their position as a crime against humanity.
The Europeans have the watches; the Africans have the time. Today, the European Green Party passed an initiative in the European Parliament to make Africa wait for at least another generation to be able to lift itself out of poverty.
Within a few months, the anti-GMO movement seemed to have collapsed under the pressure of its own unreasonableness!