Food activists claim pro-biotech forces promoting genocide

The following is an edited excerpt.

While it is true regarding Reagan’s apparent approval of genocide in Guatemala, the same can be said of those presidents following him. Whether they can be considered accessories or more is to be determined in a court of law.

The case holds that there has been a planned genocide targeting the less-affluent citizens within the United States of America through making healthcare too costly and/or not available due to “preexisting conditions” for millions, which has caused many premature deaths. The U.S. now ranks 45th in infant mortality. It is also noted that for those who do survive there is an increase in the number of infants born with heart defects that have no hereditary basis and the increase in the number of those born with autism has reached a ratio of 1 in 80.

Read the original article in its entirety here: Dennis Kaiser: Is Genocide the Agenda in the United States? 

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