Comment: Maybe it's a coincidence

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Maybe it's a coincidence

I picked out one of those studies at random. It just happened to be funded by Monsanto, and two of the five authors were Monsanto employees. No conflict of interest there? So I picked out a second study, also at random. This one doesn't mention who paid for the study -- but four of the six authors worked for Monsanto. So I'm gonna make a guess . . . it wasn't Natural News.

Monsanto operates on a theft-based business model, and I will believe NOTHING put out by their paid stooges. Employment by that company makes one an accomplice, at best, in crimes against humanity. I won't say they have "zero credibility" -- because the correct figure would be a negative number.

So I put it on you, anon1972, to show us some studies conducted by a truly independent testing organization?

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