Ban All Weedkillers with the Carcinogenic Glyphosates in Australia!

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ENOUGH is ENOUGH!

Further Undeniable Proof & an Official Admission has now surfaced recently, once again on the International stage/media that GLYPHOSATES ARE CARCINOGENIC!

How much more evidence, do our regulatory authorities need, before they act appropriately, to the extreme long term cost to all Australian Citizen's Health?

>>>We want all products related BANNED HERE IN AUSTRALIA IMMEDIATELY!<<<

Recently...."GMO IMPOSSIBLE BURGER POSITIVE FOR CARCINOGENIC GLYPHOSATE GMO IMPOSSIBLE BURGER TESTS 11X HIGHER FOR
GLYPHOSATE WEED KILLER RESIDUE THAN BEYOND MEAT BURGER."

May 16, 2019, Mission Viejo, CA. 

Two days ago a Monsanto trial jury awarded the plaintiffs over $2 billion dollars, for the connection between the glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup, and their cancer. Today, Moms Across America announces that the Impossible Burger* tested positive for glyphosate. The levels of glyphosate detected in the Impossible burger by Health Research Institute Laboratories were 11 X higher than the Beyond Meat Burger. The total result (glyphosate and it’s break down AMPA) was 11.3 ppb. Moms Across America also tested the Beyond Meat Burger and the results were 1 ppb.

“We are shocked to find that the Impossible Burger can have up to 11X higher levels of glyphosate residues than the Beyond Meat Burger according to these samples tested. This new product is being marketed as a solution for “healthy” eating, when in fact 11 ppb of glyphosate herbicide consumption can be highly dangerous. Only 0.1 ppb of glyphosate has been shown to destroy gut bacteria, which is where the stronghold of the immune system lies. I am gravely concerned that consumers are being misled to believe the Impossible Burger is healthy.” stated Zen Honeycutt, Executive Director of Moms Across America.

Glyphosate herbicides have not only been proven to be carcinogenic,but they are also neurotoxic, endocrine disrupting, cause DNA damage and liver disease at ultra low levels, lower than what was found in the Impossible Burger. https://www.momsacrossamerica.com/gmo_impossible_burger_positive_for_carcinogenic_glyphosate

KEY POINTS

*According to the American Liver Foundation over 100 million people in America, (that’s about 1/3 of Americans) are estimated to have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

*Farming groups say glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, is safe
*Monsanto, the company behind Roundup, says US court verdict will be overturned

*And it’s not just used on farms. In the U.S., 26 million pounds of Roundup are sprayed on public parks, playgrounds, schools and gardens every year. From 2005 to 2012, the non-agricultural use of Roundup grew by 14 percent.

* Roundup's  widespread use here in Australia is no different in many Municipalities Farms and Government facilities.

*Analysts are warning Australian farmers to prepare for possibility of restrictions

*The world's biggest farm chemical company, Bayer/Monsanto, is facing billions of dollars in lawsuits after a US jury found last month the weed killer Roundup caused a school groundsman's cancer.

Bayer says the number of people seeking damages over Roundup herbicides in the US has increased from 8000 to 8,700, and it expects that number to rise. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-07/roundup-monsanto-cancer-ruling-prompts-farmer-fears-of-ban/10210704

*Vietnam, one of Australia's largest markets for wheat exports, has banned the use of the widely-used herbicide glyphosate.Australian grain growers value Vietnam as a trading partner

Glyphosate is one of the world's most widely used and rigorously tested chemicals
Australia's grain growing peak body says the safety of glyphosate is well-established

The Vietnam Government's decision to ban glyphosate means all herbicides containing glyphosate will not be imported into the country, according to Vietnam's Plant Protection Department.

*Last year, Four Corners investigated the corporate tactics of chemical company Monsanto, which produces the world's most commonly used herbicide, glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-10-08/the-monsanto-papers/10352384

*"The Australian Government remains satisfied with the decision of the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority that products containing glyphosate are safe when used in accordance with the label instructions." WOW!!! SMH!!!

*Recent research, including some done by the World Health Organization and the state of California, found that Roundup, and other glyphosate-based herbicides, could pose significant risks to human health, including links to cancer and reproductive problems. "DURRRR!!!" https://mopirg.org/feature/mop/ban-roundup

Even without these deceptive actions, there is enough evidence to indicate that we shouldn’t be needlessly exposing ourselves to something that has the potential to cause such serious harm. But that is exactly what we are doing, and in a big way.

And the widespread use of glyphosate-based herbicides in Australian Agriculture and Weed Control, on all levels, should be no exception to a complete BAN...

Roundup has been linked to cancer. PERIOD.

We need to stop its use, unless and until independent research proves it is otherwise 100% safe and NON-TOXIC to Human Cellular Activity!

 

FURTHER READING:

Monsanto Madness
  
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Censorship, Monsanto and The Media: Boycott Monsanto Products - by Elaine Hollingsworth

How did Barack Obama become Monsanto’s man in Washington? - by Jon Rappoport 

Monsanto Has Taken Over the USDA: GMO Foods Labelled As Organic - by David Swanson
         
Millions Against Monsanto  Peaceful Rallies Around the World
 
March Against Monsanto - World Food Day 
Thousands around the world joined in peaceful rallies against Monsanto in May, 2013  View You Tube Clips Here
 
Stay Up To Date on "March Against Monsanto" News From Around the World."March Against Monsanto" Website
 
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