Cal­i­for­nia EPA First State to Rec­og­nize that Roundup Causes Can­cer

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Glyphosate, the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in the pop­u­lar her­bi­cide called Roundup, causes can­cer. Its man­u­fac­turer, Mon­santo, has long known that glyphosate causes can­cer but lied about it, just as it did for DDT, diox­ins, PCB, as­par­tame and the many other can­cer caus­ing chem­i­cals it has man­u­fac­tured.

Know­ing how dan­ger­ous its prod­ucts are, the com­pany man­u­fac­tured fake sci­ence and bribed and bul­lied govern­ment reg­u­la­tors so that its prod­ucts could con­tinue to be sold. This has been go­ing on for nearly 70 years and it has been an ef­fec­tive busi­ness model be­cause the United States is a na­tion full of cor­rupt aca­demics, polici­tians and govern­ment em­ploy­ees. They are easy to bribe and bully with law­suits.

The re­wards of mak­ing prod­ucts that sicken and kill people have greatly out­weighed the po­ten­tial con­se­quences.

Now, Cal­i­for­nia may be start­ing to stand up to Mon­santo. They have fi­nally ruled that glyphosate causes can­cer, as re­quired to un­der the state’s Propo­si­tion 65.

Cal­i­for­nia's rul­ing fol­lows the World Health Or­ga­ni­za­tion’s find­ing that glyphosate is a “prob­a­ble” hu­man car­cino­gen. But glyphosate is much more than just a hu­man car­cino­gen. It is a bio-weapon that is wreak­ing havoc on much of the life on Earth.

Glyphosate da­m­ages DNA and rad­i­cally al­ters soil bi­ol­ogy. It causes mas­sive mu­ta­tions in soil mi­crobes that re­sult in new pathogens which there is no nat­u­ral im­mu­nity against. So, bees, bats, birds and other im­por­tant species are dec­i­mated while dis­ease in hu­mans con­tin­ues to in­crease even though we have bet­ter health sci­ence and ser­vices than ever be­fore.

Get­ting rid of glyphosate won't be easy be­cause it is an in­te­gral part of the world's in­dus­trial crop pro­duc­tion sys­tem.

You can do your part by buy­ing or­ganic food and not spray­ing Roundup.

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