Quote of the week – we’ll say anything as long as it supports our cause

qotw_cropped“My teacher (who does not agree with this project because of the trickery) told me that your group will accept almost anything regardless of the scientific process, this was my experiment to see if he is correct.”

Greens get pranked with their own blind zealotry by some poor student in Madagascar. This destitute looking man with an anti golden rice poster is one of the pranks:

And the greens happily redistributed this image and text and many others the student created…until of course it was revealed the whole things was an experiment to see if the greens simply act as mindless parrots in social media, without once stopping to question if the outrageous claims made in the series of photos was real or not.

It is the same sort of inhumane blindness that created the horrid 10:10 video, where children were exploded in blood baths for not going along with the climate action plans.

Read about the whole prank here: http://www.geneticliteracyproject.org/2014/06/10/madagascar-student-prank-shows-march-against-monsanto-has-heartless-agenda/

h/t to Bishop Hill

 

 

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63 thoughts on “Quote of the week – we’ll say anything as long as it supports our cause

  1. The truth is becoming more and more obvious. The media is looking increasingly bad. At some point they will shape up, at least a little, if only because of shame and embarrassment.

  2. I thought that lady’s name would never end.

    Reminded me of Roseanne Roseannadana. How do you when to stop?

  3. This is just one more data point testifying to the fact that catastrophic anthropogenic global warming was never about science or real world facts. In fact, it is another data point supporting the hypothesis that the “greens” hate humanity itself and want to see the population greatly reduced. They will do anything to further their goals. I first realized this during the DDT scare mongering.

  4. Caleb said:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:17 am
    At some point they will shape up, at least a little, if only because of shame and embarrassment.
    ————
    Doubtful: the leftist media are shameless.

  5. Clearly his original posts were factual, and then Monsato kidnapped his baby sister and said that if he did not retract his statements they would force feed her GMO till she mutated into a horrible monster.

    Do I really need to add the sarc tag?

    Bet a less extreme version of this concept is already trending on any activist page that picked up this story.

  6. Young master Navid Rakotofala is a hero. What he probably hasn’t yet realized, is that he has only scratched the surface of the true Green agenda and that he and his friends are the primary targets of the Green (not so well) hidden agenda to reduce the world’s human population.

  7. Medieval naturalists had a great appreciation of hoaxes, and they spent a lot of time collecting and studying them. However, they didn’t call them hoaxes. Instead, they called them Lusus Naturae, or Jokes of Nature.

    One famous example was the Scythian Lamb, or Vegetable Lamb. This bizarre creature, which medieval naturalists were sure existed, although they couldn’t locate a specimen, was part plant and part animal.

    The category of Lusus Naturae was not simply a way for medieval naturalists to avoid classifying puzzling creatures. It actually symbolized a belief that Nature was an active, sentient force that enjoyed playing jokes on man, that enjoyed confounding his expectations and subverting his classification schemes. In other words, medieval naturalists believed that Nature was the greatest hoaxer of all.

    Who now can say that they were wrong ?

  8. The 2 reactions our fellow (but unthinking and/or uneducated) humans usually have when confronted by topics they don’t understand but somehow get convinced are important, seem to be:

    1) Pseudo intellectual – people actually convince themselves they understand the “essence” of the issue, and consider their uninformed/uneducated opinion to be as valid as that of any “expert” in the subject.
    2) Witch doctor – whomever scares them the most wins, especially if it’s a trivial but apocalyptic explanation.

    Both of these reactions involve over-developed self esteem and loss of faith in “experts”. Examples like this Madagascar story would be funny if they weren’t so poignant.

  9. Not as funny as the joke of the dihydrogen monoxide, but even more illustrative than that one.

  10. Hat tip and thanks to Bishop and you for bringing this to our attention! I am sad that the professor has to endure the ignorance of the greens. But he seems to be very well capable of handling it. And their pathetic threats are both laughable – and a demonstration of the green’s bigotry.

  11. Mark Stoval (@MarkStoval) says:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:23 am
    This is just one more data point testifying to the fact that …“greens” hate humanity itself and want to see the population greatly reduced.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I agree with the point about Greens disliking much of humanity; however, just as with any garden variety tyrant, the end goal is power to unilaterally control the “unwashed” mob (not reduce them). Damn few tyrants ever wanted less power (i.e. fewer subjects).

  12. Meanwhile, no doubt people have already heard of the latest exciting development at CERN, doubling the energy level in their atom-smasher. The fly in the ointment though is that the latest research from climate scientists shows that higgs boson particles are becoming endangered by man’s evil carbon particles, which have been dubbed “Satan Particles”. The two are now battling it out, but we can all help by immediately living in mud huts, and eating leaves and twigs.
    Planetary saviours like Al Gore of course are exempted.

  13. Oh sure, you people can laugh this off as a hoax. But what about the species lost to global warming? Since the current phase of warming started in 1979, the East Asian Purple Spotted Leaping Tree Toad does not exist!

    Go on, check for yourself. Even Google can’t find them!

  14. Caleb says: June 23, 2014 at 8:17 am
    “The truth is becoming more and more obvious. The media is looking increasingly bad. At some point they will shape up, at least a little, if only because of shame and embarrassment.”

    Nope. Ask a gunny. You might notice that facts and alleged shame haven’t stopped the reporting of “assault rifles”, and we’ve been fighting that set of lies for decades already. It’s the same bunch of lamestream muddia type who are lying about firearms who “report” this climate cr@p.

  15. While I support the premise, I believe further experimentation will reveal the same pattern of behavior in many groups. People tend seek out information which support their beliefs while filtering out information that contradicts those beliefs. Getting people to objectively evaluate new information is darn near impossible.

    Add to that the difficulty in ascertaining the veracity of information found anywhere on the internet, The traditional media is no longer trusted. Science is not trusted. The government is not well trusted.

  16. Chip Javert says:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:48 am

    Mark Stoval (@MarkStoval) says:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:23 am
    This is just one more data point testifying to the fact that …“greens” hate humanity itself and want to see the population greatly reduced.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I agree with the point about Greens disliking much of humanity; however, just as with any garden variety tyrant, the end goal is power to unilaterally control the “unwashed” mob (not reduce them). Damn few tyrants ever wanted less power (i.e. fewer subjects).
    __________________________
    Hey Chip,
    While the Greens are definitely after control of everyone else, they make no secret of their much deeper and darker agenda. Have a look for yourself. I’ll warn you that some of the quotes in the following list are incorrect, having been taken out of context (such as the quote attributed to Daniel Botkin,) but you’ll get the general idea of what the Green elites have in mind for you:

    http://www.c3headlines.com/global-warming-quotes-climate-change-quotes.html

    Your statement about tyrants not reducing their own populations is demonstrably untrue.

  17. I see the NCDC has once again laid claim to warmest month ever in their latest temperature anomaly update, quite sad, given their complete lack of data coverage…

  18. I would love to delve into the mind of these Mother Jones-reading, anti-profit, anti-success, anti-innovation, anti-logic, useful idiots. They must really believe that Monsanto is headquartered from inside a remote volcano where some Dr. Evil character plots to somehow make big profits from killing off their customers and destroying nature through GMOs.

  19. Since Monsanto only wants to save those children from vitamin-A deficiency caused blindness with no further agenda, surely when they realised people were too prejudiced to eat or allow other people eat golden rice, they instead send them shiploads of carrot seeds. You know, the root vedgetable that grows pretty much everywhere with enormous amount of the same carotein as the golden rice.

    What? Actually they didn’t? Are you saying they just stood on their hands and complained about not being able to solve the problem how *they* wanted to solve it?

    Truly the mark of a true humanitarian with absolutely no hidden agenda.

  20. Sorry but I don’t think this is funny and I don’t think that perpetuating a hoax to “catch” blind followers is useful to the effort of bringing serious supported by facts debate to the table. I much prefer the droning voice of folks like Lindzen and Spencer on the world’s stage.

    When you go to battle, it’s best not to bring pretend weapons with you.

  21. Whenever I see someone, especially a child, from a culture where English is not the primary language, holding up a sign in English, my BS meter pegs.

  22. Why not to trust the media:

    Supreme Court limits EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions
    By Robert Barnes June 23 at 11:29 AM

    “EPA is getting almost everything it wanted in this case,” Justice Antonin Scalia said from the bench in announcing the decision. “It sought to regulate sources that it said were responsible for 86 percent of all the greenhouse gases emitted from stationary sources nationwide. Under our holdings, EPA will be able to regulate sources responsible for 83 percent of those emissions.”

    That’s limiting? The EPA is still allowed to run over puppies in the street, but it’s not quite authorized to squash the chew toy as a bonus.

  23. hannuko says:
    June 23, 2014 at 9:48 am
    —–
    These are cultures where rice is a staple.

    In your world view, making money somehow proves evil motives?

    Are you just pranking yourself?

  24. I think the fellow at “PEAR” who is trying to get truth into science in Madagascar should send missionaries to EU and N. America. It will be a task on the scale of erasing world poverty, i.e. scrubbing the West’s education of metastasized leftist ideology. Can it be done?

  25. I’m still waiting for the “meatato”; a nicely marbled filet Mignon grown as a tuber, converted directly from CO2. Yum.

  26. A Tamarian sez:
    “It actually symbolized a belief that Nature was an active, sentient force that enjoyed playing jokes on man, that enjoyed confounding his expectations and subverting his classification schemes.”

    Thanks AT, that is interesting. It is what I believe : Nature has a dark sense of humor.

  27. What if this were an elaborate hoax to see how the skeptic faction accepts anything negative about alarmists/greens as fact and regurgitates it on skeptic blogs?

    I did research it before commenting and I conclude it is not an elaborate hoax, but the response so far suggests that if it were an experiment to analyze the gullibility of the skeptic crowd, it appears to demonstrate that alarmists and skeptics are similarly naive. That suggests it is more of a human trait than anything to do with affiliation.

  28. Chip Javert says:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:48 am

    I agree with the point about Greens disliking much of humanity; however, just as with any garden variety tyrant, the end goal is power to unilaterally control the “unwashed” mob (not reduce them). Damn few tyrants ever wanted less power (i.e. fewer subjects).
    —————————————————————————–
    And damn few tyrants follow through with the wishes of the people that brought them to power. I think the post you were replying to was talking more about the attitude of the dēmos than the eventual (potential) monarchs.

  29. “The truth is becoming more and more obvious. The media is looking increasingly bad. At some point they will shape up, at least a little, if only because of shame and embarrassment.” The Media is involved in this 90%. They will just pretend.

  30. [snip – thanks but saying something is off-topic doesn’t make it OK to post it… see Tips and Notes please -mod]

  31. The “Last Polar Bear on the Last Ice Floe” video was exposed as a fraud but continues to be passed around and believed to be true. Emotionally appealing and bias-affirming falsehoods get passed around much more than true statements, and in some circles, truth is entirely established by how many “likes” you get and how often you get the same email forwarded to you. Expect the “I’d rather go blind than eat Golden Rice” photo to continue to be a slogan and an inspiration to young anti-GMO folks. I’m not sure this was a “win” for the truth.

  32. The organic only fundamentalists are very difficult to reason with. The simple use of chemical fertilizers is supporting more than a third of the people who live on the planet. That is a fact. However, in the mad, irrational crusade to force organic practices on all people in the name of sustainability, NGOs and western intellectuals are working to ban chemical fertilizers.

    This would be such a blow to our ability to feed ourselves and to export food, that growers believe it is now necessary to develop types of cereals that are transgenetically enhanced to retrieve more nitrogen and phosphorous from the soil. The idea that such increasingly nitrogen efficient crops would have to be developed and patented and sold is the direct result of the backwards, doltish attempt to end the use of simple N-K-P fertilizers.

    In short, the organic fundamentalists interfere with what they know so little about, that they are forcing the development of new breeds to do what nature already does.

  33. Organic farming only makes up 1% of farming in the US. There is a reason for this. It is so wasteful and labor intensive that there is hardly any yield, and some crops cannot be grown at all.

    And yet, heartless NGOs and western academics are parachuting into foreign countries, and signing these poor farmers up for sustainability programs which force them into organic only practices. When the wining and dining of the locals is over with, however, the loss of the use of fungicides and other controls has resulted in severe losses of yeilds. How can locals afford these social experiments by environmental activists?.

    For example, coffee growers in Central America have lost most of their coffee to a form of pathogen, which other growers had controlled through use of fungicides:

    http://pesticideguy.org/2014/04/03/organic-coffee-farmers-in-central-america-may-not-survive/

    The use of GMOs is not a silver bullet! People need to meet the needs of their crops with simple N-K-P, and protect the crops from thousands of fungi which attack food both before and after harvest. Expecting GMOs to provide miracles without controlling these deadly attacks of insects and blight, and without feeding the crops, is not tenable.

  34. I have two words regarding Monsanto – “Times” and “Beach”. That one incident showed Monsanto to be both incompetent and dishonest. That was a long time ago – perhaps they’ve improved. If there were to be a corporation in charge of my food supply, I would prefer it be a corporation with a better reputation than Monsanto. Just sayin’…

  35. Frank Kotler says:
    June 23, 2014 at 11:58 am “If there were to be a corporation in charge of my food supply, I would prefer it be a corporation with a better reputation than Monsanto. Just sayin’…”

    The use of legislation to control the food supply is the root of the problem. For example, the EU has banned the use of cinnamon and the sale of homemade jam preserved in jars.

    These kinds of top down controls of the food supply are dangerous. The controls which determine which seeds should be available in different regions is a goal of sustainability activists and it is arbitrary and destructive. This year, in my own county, the selection of seeds I could buy in packets was reduced to next to nothing. Many of the seeds I usually buy were not for sale in any of the chain stores I go to. The legislation restricting our ornamentals, vegetables and fruits is the real issue – companies become bound by these new laws just as individuals are.

  36. If you can make something sound bad many people will sign up without knowing anything about it. There was a good segment on The Man Show where Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Corolla asked people to sign an petition to end woman’s sufferage. Many people blindly signed the petition to end women’s right to vote without knowing. They also did the dihydrogen monoxide joke.

    But it just shows how people want to be part of something. They want to feel like they have done a good thing even if they don’t know the fall out from their actions.

  37. Pranking Greenpeace? That seems a bit too easy. After all, their currency speculation department recently lost €3.8 million of donations.
    /snark

  38. He who loves added regulations, controls and restrictions on agriculture

    through government bureaucracy,

    should not cry that companies who go crawling to the government bureaucracies for the right to sell their product

    are corrupt companies who go crawling to governments for the right to sell their product.

  39. Best not let the IPCC see it or it will place it in their next report as peer reviewed evidence!
    (and yes I know its not about climate change)

  40. Bashing greens again zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    I like WUWT, respect Antony Watts work and have read his blog most days for many years but I find the bashing of left wing/commie pinko greenie liberals a huge let down as it adds nothing to the climate debate. If anything its a mirror image of the politicized AGW alarmist agenda.

    Recently Anthony ask what could be done to improve WUWT. I feel that not politicizing the climate debate would be up there at first position.

    with respect.

    REPLY: Thanks and with respect, I feel it is important to point out ridiculous things as being ridiculous, whether it is greens being stupid or some researcher with a grant claiming we can solve our tornado problem with a great wall. – Anthony

  41. Monsanto. How many of you remember the smoke pellets that you dropped into the old Lionel trains? Guess who came up with it by accident?
    (I still have a bottle of them but, of course, I wouldn’t eat one.)

  42. Pamela Gray says:
    June 23, 2014 at 9:56 am

    Sorry but I don’t think this is funny and I don’t think that perpetuating a hoax to “catch” blind followers is useful to the effort of bringing serious supported by facts debate to the table. I much prefer the droning voice of folks like Lindzen and Spencer on the world’s stage.

    When you go to battle, it’s best not to bring pretend weapons with you.
    *********************************************************************************************************************
    It is war Pamela – you do what you have to do to win or at least turn the tide.

  43. paul sheraton says:
    June 23, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    …….Recently Anthony ask what could be done to improve WUWT. I feel that not politicizing the climate debate would be up there at first position.

    with respect.

    REPLY: Thanks and with respect, I feel it is important to point out ridiculous things as being ridiculous, whether it is greens being stupid or some researcher with a grant claiming we can solve our tornado problem with a great wall. – Anthony

    =====================================================================
    If the theoretical possibility of the whole “CO2 is the COz” of anything different than an ideal day or climate hadn’t been seized upon to promote a political agenda then there would be no need to address the ridiculous things political funding to promote a political agenda has spawned.
    It’s not really a “left-right” issue but the left seems to the ones (in the US anyway) with their hands on the hockey stick lever.
    Highlight some of the stupid stuff “the cause” have enabled to be promoted and maybe some who can’t always follow the science (like me) might just wake up and say, “Now wait a minute! Tell me again why that makes sense?”.
    Then bring in the real and honest science explained at a level they (we) can understand.
    Like it or not, politicizing the climate debate is the reality we live with. The politicizing of the debate won’t go away until there is no political gain left in it for the right or the left.

  44. OOPS!
    I left out a few words here and there that would have made comment “flow” but I think the context makes clear what I meant.

  45. Harold says:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:34 am

    People who will believe the IRS cock-and-bull story will believe anything.
    ==================================================================
    Ahhhh, but think of it this way.
    I don’t think that anyone believes the lies that the Obama administration has told.
    Both the right and the left know that they are lies.
    The “leaders” of the right haven’t the testicles or the will to do anything about the lies and the left is proud of the lies being told as long as it advances their agenda.

  46. kadaka (KD Knoebel) says:
    June 23, 2014 at 8:50 am
    Oh sure, you people can laugh this off as a hoax. But what about the species lost to global warming? Since the current phase of warming started in 1979, the East Asian Purple Spotted Leaping Tree Toad does not exist!

    Go on, check for yourself. Even Google can’t find them!

    =====================================================================

    That’s because Big Oil has a room full of computer operators who are systematically trawling the Interwebs to remove any references to such things. Do people really not know this???

  47. Monsanto had nothing to do with Times Beach, at least, not directly. Mostly it was waaay overblown and now questionable whether anyone needed evacuation. Certainly I have never heard of any health issues attributable to the dioxin at Times Beach, nor did those I knew that had been evacuated have any issues (they were rednecks looong before any dioxin contamination, so that doesn’t count).

    Mark

  48. @ Aelfrith on June 23, 2014 at 11:08 pm:

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  49. hannuko says:
    June 23, 2014 at 9:48 am

    Since Monsanto only wants to save those children from vitamin-A deficiency caused blindness with no further agenda, surely when they realised people were too prejudiced to eat or allow other people eat golden rice, they instead send them shiploads of carrot seeds. You know, the root vedgetable that grows pretty much everywhere with enormous amount of the same carotein as the golden rice.

    What? Actually they didn’t? Are you saying they just stood on their hands and complained about not being able to solve the problem how *they* wanted to solve it?

    Truly the mark of a true humanitarian with absolutely no hidden agenda.
    ===============
    agreed, there would be plenty of available options but carrots are an A1 option due to ease to grow and varied soil/climate adaptation
    =====
    as some others mention..scarcity of NON hybrid seed or in fact Many of the known vrieties
    why?
    monsantos been buying up hundreds of small seed producers for home vegies etc for some years
    easiest way to get hold of then halt any options but theirs, of course they can find the disease n climate best n add crappy RR etc and them patent a natural lifeform as theirs..
    No seed grown that we dont own!
    people laughed..but its happening
    Heritage seeds are THE way to go and always save n share some seed around.
    many hundreds of varieties of bean, 4 at most for seed sales via commercials
    ditto just about everything else ONE commercial broccoli, 3 at best cabbages..the list goes on

  50. @MarkW

    “These are cultures where rice is a staple. In your world view, making money somehow proves evil motives? Are you just pranking yourself?”

    You can’t seriously say that they’d be rather blind than eat carrots! :-O

    No, I’m saying they’re fixing the wrong problem with the wrong solution and they’re doing it because they want to get something out of it. It might be simply money. It might be getting rid of non-GM -seeds, so they are closer to getting a monopoly on rice production, which means more money. It might be something else.

    Why is this the wrong problem? Because if you are deficient in vitamin A, you are most likely not lacking vitamin A (or carotein), but fat. Sources of carotein are many (for example paprikas, kale, tomatoes, nori) and like carrots they are cheap. In comparison fat is relatively expensive. Vitamin A is fat-soluble, which means humans can digest it only if there is fat in their diet.

    So feed them golden rice all you want, it doesn’t make the least bit of difference unless you introduce fat in their diet. And if you do, then propably you have solved the vitamin-A deficiency problem even without the golden rice.

    I’d be really surprised if Monsanto didn’t know this already.

  51. The problem with environmental regulations is that the government is seizing the power to tell everyone what they can grown in thier bioregion, and what they cannot grow. These environmental regulations have as a goal locking down regions so that they are reliant on sustainable, organic practices and native species. The government controls extend not only to what can be grown, but methods used to control pests, weeds, and pathogens, and even how food is packaged. The government then picks certain companies to provide the products which they have mandated, and even dictates where they can be sold. Therefore, the monopolies and special interests are the effects of the environmental regulations, and not the cause. This state control of what companies create is known as fa8cism. It is not only heirloom seeds which are being affected but any seed which is considered non native to an area. Now we are getting somewhere and seeing the larger picture.

    It is good to see that some posters here, such as oz speaks up, are concerned about the potential a monopoly being created. If this is occurring with formerly good companies, who used to be in business to please the customer, and are now solely creating products to please the government agencies, then we are dealing with an economic system already mentioned above – fa8cism. Other examples of state mandates directing what companies create include products required by the renewable energy coercions, in which customers are forced by law to purchase energy from worthless wind turbines, and companies are forced to add them to the supply. The car companies if directed using regulations and mandates will also try to sell electric cars – possibly with three wheels. If more refrigerants, lighting, and soaps are banned, newer products directed by the state will be sold by the companies, and many of these are also worthless, ineffective, more expensive, and sometimes genuinely toxic. like CFLs. Does anyone see a pattern here? Who is the customer in these cases? Remember that monopolies selling mandated products is the result of government environmental regulation, not the cause. It is pandemic across all economic sectors, not just the ornamental, vegetable, and fruit market.

    So if oz speaks up supports other mandates and coercions in other cases “to protect the environment,” then the reality is that he is wining about Monsanto, but his hand is in the cookie jar in creating an economy in which the environmental activists using government are the only customer – not the seed buyer, or the car buyer, or the energy user.

    This has been called “environmental capitalism,” but remember that any purchases which are involuntary are not capitalism. Ever.

  52. [snip – thanks but saying something is off-topic doesn’t make it OK to post it… see Tips and Notes please -mod]

    Too bad we can’t keep all the Ot comments out, like the guy stuck in the vagina sculpture. Seriously, how did that pass moderation??

  53. hannuko says:
    June 24, 2014 at 5:01 am
    “So feed them golden rice all you want, it doesn’t make the least bit of difference unless you introduce fat in their diet. And if you do, then propably you have solved the vitamin-A deficiency problem even without the golden rice.
    I’d be really surprised if Monsanto didn’t know this already.”

    Hannuko claims that Indians are too stupid to have fat in their diet. Well, Hannuko, Indians have been around.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghee

    Furthermore, for Hannuko GMO == Monsanto; a typical leftist reflex. Why did Hannuko not check the leftist encyclopedia wikipedia first?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_rice

    “The scientific details of the rice were first published in Science in 2000,[1] the product of an eight-year project by Ingo Potrykus of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and Peter Beyer of the University of Freiburg.”
    Freiburg is an extremely leftist-green city; Hannuko’s leftist brethren in Freiburg might be offended by Hannuko’s reflexes.

  54. @DirkH

    “Hannuko claims that Indians are too stupid to have fat in their diet.”

    Do you believe that those indians who can afford Ghee that are going blind, or is it those who can afford to eat only rice? Or are you saying that the indians are too stupid or stubborn to add carrots to their diets so us western born whites have to modify their rice to make their rice healthier? Doesn’t that sound a bit racist?

    “Furthermore, for Hannuko GMO == Monsanto; a typical leftist reflex. Why did Hannuko not check the leftist encyclopedia wikipedia first?”

    It does not matter who is pushing it. This article talks about Monsanto so I wrote Monsanto. Boo-hoo.

    Instead of a just launching a poor ad hominem attack against me, can you please tell if there is something preventing those poor people of eating carrots, tomatoes or pepper? And do they have some highly advanced digestive system that enables them to utilize carotein and vitamin A in their diet without fat?

    If not, then what exactly is wrong with my arguments?

    And I’m a free-market right-wing libertarian, not a leftist. So if you insist on making generalizations about me, then pick the right political group.

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