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Scientists Under Attack – Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money – New Documentary

A shocking new documentary, Scientists Under Attack – Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money, exposes the attack on scientists who speak out against genetically modified foods (GMOs). It is produced by DENKmal-Film of Germany (website: An English translation version is in process. The film is scheduled for released in theaters March 10, 2011.

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This film by the German film-maker Bertram Verhaag is a political thriller. It is a story of two scientists, Dr Arpad Pusztai and Dr Ignacio Chapela, whose research on GMO foods and crops showed negative findings. The two scientists were vilified and intimidated and their careers derailed when their research was shown to be unfavorable to Big Food.

The attack on scientists is very well structured by the biotech industry. It’s systematic. It’s worldwide. It’s very coordinated. It’s part of the way they do business – Jeffrey Smith, author of the book: Seeds of Deception

The movie is a tale about big agribusiness, GMOs and freedom of speech and the attempts by the biotech industry to suppress and discredit scientists and their research.

Avoid Genetically Modified Foods

In December, 2010 Dr. Mehmet Oz did a segment on the Dr. Oz Show about genetically modified foods. The subject of GMO foods or “Genetically Modified Organisms” is an important topic for the everyday person to understand because GMO ingredients are used in most processed foods.

Much of the corn, soy and canola grown in the United States is genetically modified. These three crops are used in many derivative ingredients such as HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) a sweetener found in “processed foods and beverages, including breads, cereals, breakfast bars, lunch meats, yogurts, soups and condiments” (source: Wikipedia). Ingredients made from the soybean is also widely used – soy oil, textured vegetable protein, animal feed, etc. Canola oil is a major ingredient in the food industry. ... Read More