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We should remember that were there is gmo soy, there is RoundUp. Not only does RoundUp choke the nutrients out of weeds, and subsequently the crop itself, it has created a micro organism never before seen in science. This organism appears to be responsible for infertility and spontaneous abortions in animals that eat the crops. And we eat the crops and the animals. Google "Don Huber" and read his letters to USDA head Vilsack. Seriously folks, this isn't just all about "natural".

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13 November 2012 | 17h10

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