NGOs, media, law firms, government and the academe have launched an onslaught to abolish capitalism.
Greed, Lies and Glyphosate: The Portier Papers
Portier was paid $160K to attack glyphosate by lawyers suing Monsanto.
Glyphosate, Beer and Monsanto: An interview with the BfR’s Roland Solecki
Roland Solecki, the head of pesticide safety at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), gave the Süddeutsche Zeitung an honest interview on glyphosate.
Time to Decide on Neonicotinoids: A Letter to European Commissioner Andriukaitis
Commissioner Andriukaitis left it to the JRC to assess the neonic ban. Conclusion: the 2013 ban was a failure. Time to retract!
The Neonicotinoid Bee Guidance Document: How EFSA was deceived by activist scientists
EFSA was deceived by activist scientists who hid their conflicts of interest to get onto the bee WG and shape regulatory guidance.
BeeGate Revisited (Pt 4). EFSA’s Neonicotinoid Scandal: Illogical, Illegitimate, Illegal
EFSA moved the goalposts to ban neonics. They seemed to have scored an own goal!
BeeGate Revisited. The Bee-Sting: Activist Scientists and the Abuse of Power
In 2014 the European Commission banned 3 neonics. Its decision was based on activist science gaming EFSA and bias within DG Sanco (Santé). Nobody cared.
IARC’s Glyphosate Debacle: Sinking deeper into their pit of hypocrisy
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!
IARC’s Disgrace: How Low Can Activist Science Go?
We know that IARC’s political bias, non-transparency and conflict of interest on glyphosate were bad. But according to a recent publication, it is nothing compared to how bad their activist science was.
Goodbye Glyphosate: Why Science Doesn’t Matter in the Age of Stupid
Next week, the European Council will consider the European Commission’s last-ditch compromise effort to reauthorise the widely used herbicide, glyphosate. It won’t go well.
Glyphosate: Why Greenpeace, PAN and MEP Pavel Poc are Monsanto Shills
Some counter-intuitive thinking. Maybe industry has alternatives to glyphosate that farmers and regulators don’t want. Maybe the NGOs and MEPs are acting as Monsanto shills?
IARC’s unprofessional and unethical behaviour. Time to retract their glyphosate monograph
IARC has not behaved like an international scientific agency within the WHO, but more like an NGO activist agency. Their glyphosate Working Group was driven by an activist scientist and since the publication, IARC has been attacking other scientific agencies that have roundly rejected their findings. IARC has been unprofessional, untransparent and unscientific. They need to retract their monograph on scientific and ethical grounds.