It's easy to hide knowledge from the public when you run the very industry that the public perceptibly needs. So much knowledge about glyphosate is buried or disregarded because the public now feels that the Roundup chemical is a necessity for both agriculture and lawn care. The industry that made glyphosate a perceived necessity is the same industry that created genetically modified seeds, which were invented to withstand glyphosate and thus create a perpetual need for the chemical.
The truth is that glyphosate is blazing the pathway to modern-day disease by destroying both soil microbiology and human gut microbiology. Today, just about any food in the Western world's diet is tainted with residue of glyphosate. The microbiology of soil systems used for growing food are so depleted, destroying the natural nutrition levels of food.
The animal-advocacy group toasts 15 years of activism with a star-studded event in Los Angeles.
This past weekend, Mercy For Animals celebrated its 15th anniversary with an awards show, gourmet dinner, silent auction, and plenty of celebrity sightings. Held on the rooftop terrace of the swanky London West Hollywood hotel, the black-tie affair was attended by Moby, Russell Simmons, Pamela Anderson, Emily Deschanel, Leona Lewis, Drew Carey, and many more—all who came out to support the groundbreaking work of the organization.