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Oilseed rape 73496

Scientific Opinion on the assessment of genetically modified oilseed rape 73496, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-NL-2012-109)

EFSA opinion: 17 June 2021

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Deadline: 17 July 2021

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Dit keer gaat de aanvraag via Nederland. Er moet dus nog een advertentie in de kranten komen om tevens bezwaar te kunnen maken bij het ministerie. De Gentechvrije Burgers hebben dit al jaren gedaan. Meestal is het alleen Testbiotech die ook een bezwaarschrift schrijft aan de EU. Waar blijven Greenpeace en Foodwatch?

Het gaat dit keer weer over een gewas dat bestand is gemaakt tegen glyfosaat. De EFSA schrijft telkens weer dat zij dat niet beoordelen omdat zij niet over bestrijdingsmiddelen gaan. Ze schrijven dat aan de Leden van de landen (Members of States) die in de EU zitten. Die klagen er over. De wetenschappers van de EFSA vinden dat het gentech koolzaad gelijk is aan gewoon koolzaad. Ze vinden geen enkele aanwijzing dat het giftig is bij inname. En dat vinden ze al jaren. Het Europese parlement sprak zich al vaker uit over deze kwalijke gentech gewassen, maar hebben geen macht om het tegen te houden. Frau Ursula von der Leyen, voorzitter van de Europese Commissie gaat daar over en beslist altijd positief.

*GM soy tolerant to glufosinate, with insecticidal Bt toxins

*GM soy tolerant #glyphosate, 2,4-D, glufosinate, w/ insecticidal Bt toxins

*GM maize tolerant glyphosate, glufosinate, w/ Bt toxins

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Public consultations on GM food & feed authorisation applications | Food Safety (europa.eu)Maize Bt 11Scientific opinion on assessment of genetically modified maize Bt11 for renewal authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-RX-016)EFSA opinion: 13 January 2021Deadline: 13 February 2021Submit comments
Maize 1507 x MON 810 x MIR162 x NK603Scientific opinion on application for authorisation of genetically modified 1507 x MON 810 x MIR162 x NK603 and subcombinations for food and feed uses submitted under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 by by Pioneer Hi-Bred International (EFSA-GMO-NL-2015-127)EFSA opinion: 13 January 2021Deadline: 13 February 2021Submit comments

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Zach Bush on COVID 19, glyphosate, and the nature of viruses

In this episode Jeffrey speaks with Dr. Zach Bush, MD an internationally recognized educator and thought leader on the microbiome as it relates to health, disease and food systems.  Zach believes that COVID-19 has been demonized by the mechanisms at the CDC and WHO and that the ulterior motive of both of these organizations seems to be the production of a multi-billion dollar vaccine.  Many viruses of the past like MERS and SARS have disappeared naturally over the course of 12 months without the need for a vaccine.  Zach, as always, speaks truth to the public health system.” Go to the video.

Maternal glyphosate exposure causes autism-like behaviors in offspring through increased expression of soluble epoxide hydrolase

Yaoyu Pu, Jun Yang, Lijia Chang, Youge Qu, Siming Wang, Kai Zhang, Zhongwei Xiong, Jiancheng Zhang, Yunfei Tan, Xingming Wang, Yuko Fujita, Tamaki Ishima, Debin Wang, Sung Hee Hwang, View ORCID Profile Bruce D. Hammock, and View ORCID Profile Kenji Hashimoto PNAS May 26, 2020 117 (21) 11753-11759; first published May 12, 2020 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1922287117Add to Cart ($10)

  1. Contributed by Bruce D. Hammock, March 30, 2020 (sent for review January 6, 2020; reviewed by Staci D. Bilbo and Mikhail M. Pletnikov)


Maternal exposure to high levels of the herbicide glyphosate may increase the risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in offspring; however, the underlying mechanisms remain largely unknown. Maternal glyphosate exposure during pregnancy and lactation caused ASD-like behavioral abnormalities and abnormal composition of gut microbiota in murine male offspring. Source

Glyfosaat is ook aangetroffen in vaccins. Uitspraak Zen Honeycutt Moms across America.

Corporate Karma

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A link to this video was contained in a joint press release (see below), between IRT and the German-based Coordination against BAYER-Dangers (CBG). On Thursday, April 23rd, our release went to about 700 European news outlets.

On Sunday, April 26th, CBD hosted Jeffrey at their online press event, which also featured a member of the European Parliament. Click here to view Jeffrey’s presentation.

Jeffrey also presented at the day-long online protest event that occurred in parallel with Bayer’s annual meeting on Tuesday.

He submitted two questions, with significant explanation, to be read during the shareholder meeting. Although Bayer claimed they read and answered every question during the meeting, they reduced his two minute explanation to a butchered 5 seconds. Bayer thereby depriving its shareholders and the public from hearing Jeffrey’s dire prediction about the company’s future, and specific remedies needed to help prevent bankruptcy.

What follows is the text of yesterday’s press release provides Jeffrey’s analysis and recommendations.

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Risk assessment of genetically engineered plants that can persist and propagate in the environment

Paper Bauer-Panskus, A., Miyazaki, J., Kawall, K. et al. Risk assessment of genetically engineered plants that can persist and propagate in the environment. Environ Sci Eur 32, 32 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12302-020-00301-0

Fragment abstract:


“New challenges arise in risk assessment when genetically engineered (GE) plants can persist and propagate in the environment as well as produce viable offspring. Next generation effects can be influenced by heterogeneous genetic backgrounds and unexpected effects can be triggered in interaction with environmental conditions. Consequently, the biological characteristics of the original events cannot be regarded as sufficient to conclude on hazards that may emerge in following generations. Potential hazards identified by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) include exacerbating weed problems, displacement and even extinction of native plant species.”

4-03-20 See also here (GMWatch) Spreading the risks: When genetically engineered organisms go wild.