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Rachel Carson - What the Green Movement Got Wrong TV - News Report - BBC News TV - BBC Horizon TV - SFGate online & Baltimore Sun - Kenneth Mellanby - Andrew Marr TV - Woody Harrelson - Adam Curtis TV - Amy Martin - The Future of Food 2004 - Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives 2012 - Mark Thomas TV - The World According to Monsanto 2008 -

 

 

84,980.  The poison travels from link to link of the food chain and soon the birds at the lake margins become its victims.  And the following spring is silent of Robin song.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  Rachel Carson, Silent Spring

 

84,985.  A Who’s Who of pesticides is therefore of concern to us all.  If we are going to live so intimately with these chemicals eating and drinking them, taking them into the very marrow of our bones – we had better know something about their nature and their power.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  ibid.

 

 

84,983.  In the early 1960s just before the environmental movement took off zoologist Rachel Carson wrote a book saying that pesticides were killing wild birds and were potentially harmful to humans.  The book became an international best-seller – Silent Spring.  (Pesticide & Bee & Pharmaceutics)  What the Green Movement Got Wrong

 

51,497.  One pesticide in particular became the target: DDT.  It was dangerously sprayed outside indiscriminately.  But used inside in small quantities it was very effective against malaria.  Environmentalists campaigned for governments around the world to ban it.  What nobody realised at the time was the unintended consequences that might have.  (Environment & Malaria & Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  ibid.

 

 

84,974.  One hundred and forty-nine persons in California alone have now become ill with hundreds of more cases suspected in four other Western states and Canada from eating water melons contaminated with the pesticide.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  News report

 

 

84,975.  In the town of MacFarland there have been twelve case of cancer among children.  Six of those children have died.  There’s a growing suspicion that it’s connected with the spraying of chemicals.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  BBC News  

 

 

84,976.  Today there are more than three hundred and fifty pesticides approved for use by conventional farmers ... The latest results show that about 40% of food does have traces of pesticide but less than 3% are found to contravene safety levels.  The question is then, How do we know that the agreed level is safe?  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  Horizon: Professor Regans Supermarket Secrets, BBC 2008

 

 

84,977.  By the 1970s it was clear that pesticides were devastating wildlife by crippling reproductive ability and wrecking nervous systems.  And we were at the top of the food chain.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  Dr Susan Jebb: Horizon: A Diet Guide, BBC 2010

 

84,978.  Many pesticides were banned in the 1970s.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  ibid. 

 

 

84,979.  EPA rule loophole allows pesticide testing on kids.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  SFGate online citing article Andrew Schneider 15th September 2005 Baltimore Sun

 

 

84,981.  Danger of pesticides – the debt to Rachel Carson.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  Dr Kenneth Mellanby, article

 

 

84,982.  Government scientists accused her of reckless misinterpretation of scientific facts.  And in a sinister echo of the McCarthy era a politician simply branded her a communist.  The intensity of the attacks on Rachel Carson were compared directly to the assault on Charles Darwin when he published On the Origin of Species.  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  Andrew Marr, Darwin’s Dangerous Idea, BBC 2009

 

 

84,984.  Pesticides came about after the first world war.  Some brainy petrochemical money maker said, ‘Hey, that mustard gas worked great on people, maybe we could dilute it down and spray it on our crops to deal with pests.’  (Pesticide & Pharmaceutics)  Woody Harrelson

 

 

100,310.  [Thomas] Midgley [CFCs] … part of a golden age of chemistry in the thirties.  (Pharmaceutics & Pesticide)  Adam Curtis, Pandora’s Box IV: Goodbye, Mrs Ant  

 

100,311.  The American army began mass-producing CFCs … It killed insects: it was called DDT.  (Pharmaceutics & Pesticide)  ibid.  

 

100,312.  Many other species of wildlife were being harmed.  (Pharmaceutics & Pesticide)  ibid.  

 

100,313.  The first serious public attack on the use of pesticides came from Rachel Carson.  (Pharmaceutics & Pesticide)  ibid.  

 

 

102,332.  Last month the university of San Francisco made an alarming discovery: that 93% of Americans tested had traces of the chemical called Glyphosate in their urine … the main ingredient in Monsanto’s flagship product Round Up, a pesticide sprayed all over almost every acre of food ground.  (Big Pharma & Pesticide & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  Abby Martin, The Empire Files: Monsanto, America’s Monster, Youtube 2016

     

102,333.  Monsanto Town: ‘created to be a sewer’.  Today, it’s a toxic wasteland.  (Big Pharma & Pesticide & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  ibid. 

 

102,334.  Industrial chemicals called PCBs … Monsanto is also responsible for irradiating American citizens … on pregnant women and their unborn babies.  (Big Pharma & Pesticide & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  ibid.

 

102,335.  Monsanto produced plane-loads of one of the world’s first pesticides: DDT.  (Big Pharma & Pesticide & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  ibid.

 

102,336.  The military’s top producer of a deadly chemical weapon known as Agent Orange.  (Big Pharma & Pesticide & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  ibid. 

 

102,337.  The new chapter … Aspartame … a growing health controversy … Rumsfeld joined Reagan’s administration.  (Big Pharma & Pesticide & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons & Aspartame)  ibid.    

 

102,338.  Every administration has worked closely with Monsanto … Obama has been one of the most pro-Monsanto presidents so far.  (Big Pharma & Pesticides & Poison & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  ibid.  

 

 

106,453.  We used to be a nation of farmers but now it’s less than 2% of the population.  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Genetically Modified Food)  The Future of Food, 2004

 

106,454.  Nerve gas developed during World War II was slightly modified to make insecticides.  DDT was the hero of its generation.  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Genetically Modified Food)  ibid.  

 

106,455.  97% of the varieties of vegetables grown at the beginning of the 20th century are now extinct.  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Vegetable & Genetically Modified Food)  ibid.   

 

106,456.  A pesticide treadmill: the more they sprayed, the more they had to spray.  The increased use of fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides increased costs, polluted water and created health risks.  Then in the 1970s Monsanto introduced Round Up, because of its ability to kill most weeds it became one of the most popular herbicides in history.  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Genetically Modified Food)  ibid.  

 

106,457.  Monsanto genetically modified its seeds to be Round Up ready.  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Genetically Modified Food)  ibid.  

 

106,458.  Estimates are that Monsanto has sent out 9,000 letters to farmers; most farmers choose to pay to avoid lawsuits.  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Genetically Modified Food)  ibid.  

 

106,459.  ‘They’re opposing labelling … A key way to get these corporations liable for the health affects.’  (Food & Pesticide & Farming & Agriculture & Genetically Modified Food)  ibid.  

 

 

124,321.  The vast majority of genetically modified crops are engineered to make it easier for farmers to kill weeds.  (Genetically Modified Food & Sick & Pesticide)  Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives, 2012

 

 

124,322.  Round-Up & Birth Defects: Is the Public Being Kept in the Dark? (Genetically Modified Food & Sick & Pesticide)  ibid.  EarthOpenSource online article 

 

 

99,576.  Coca-Cola strenuously denied the pesticide claims, and went on a PR battle.  (Corporation & Pesticide)  Mark Thomas, Dispatches: Coco-Cola, Channel 4 2007    

 

99,581.  Skin rashes and the fish have died.  (Corporation & Pesticide)  ibid.

 

 

99,518.  Organosphates: ‘The farm workers were pretty alarmed.’  (Food & Pharmaceuticals & Farm & Pesticide)  Mark Thomas Comedy Product s6e1, worker      

 

99,519.  Organophosphates were actually developed by the Nazis … cheap food thanks to the Nazis!  (Food & Pharmaceuticals & Farm & Pesticide)  ibid. 

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