1. Do you think the government or food companies should have the power to have people eat foods that are harmful to their bodies with now warnings or anything on the products?
2. In a video that comes with the book, the company Monsanto gave illiterate farmers in India their seeds to grow and had them sign a contract along with it. On the bags were instructions which the company knew they could not read on specific ways to grow the GM crops. When their crops did not produce enough, farms were seized. The farms which did have crops grow were sued and then seized because they reused the seeds and did not return them to Monsanto and buy new ones. Both of those things were in the contract farmers were forced to sign when they were given crops promised to double their profits. Now in what has know as the "GM Genocide" an estimated 125,000 plus farmers in India have committed suicide as a result of lawsuits and having their lands taken away in these scams. Why do you think countries still accept GM foods after stories like this? How does our government support this company and other like it?
3. GM salmon is up for approval in the FDA right now. The salmon has DNA from other fish infused with its own, and the company producing it says it is as safe to eat as farmed salmon, which is not even close to being safe. Many believe that the FDA will approve it and not put labels on the salmon so people will not know what they are eating and what damage it could be doing. What do you believe the FDA should do? Why does the FDA not have the health of people in our country as their first priority?