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March against Monsanto! GMOs you gotta go! Anti-GMO Rap – GMO Bodies


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Arizona—http://gmo-freephoenix.com is a food activist group working to educate consumers on safe ingredients and increase the Non-GMO Tipping Point Network to see that the genetically modified foods and brands are put out of business.

California— While the majority voted against Prop. 37 in recent elections, the Right to Know campaign (http://carighttoknow.org) continues to support Prop 37 through events and the education of people on their right to know what’s in their food.

Colorado—http://gmofreecolorado.org is a grassroots effort to protect residents and pass a statewide ballot requiring GMO labeling of foods.

Connecticut—The Northeast Organic Farming Association, Conn. http://ctnofa.org Chapter is a non-profit organization working toward strengthening sustainable farming and providing consumers with healthy food. While the bill, HB 5117 was recently removed from legislation before Prop. 37 went on the ballot, the organization is commitment to pass legislation in favor of GMO labeling through events and word of mouth.

Florida—Label GMO Florida (http://www.labelgmoflorida.com) is a grassroots initiative to bring to ballot the requirement of GMO labeled food. By 2014 the organization is determined to vote on the initiative.

Hawaii—Label It Hawaii (https://www.facebook.com/LabelItHawaii) is working to promote and pass the proposed bill HB2034/SB2443 in order to give residents the right to know what’s in its food. A series of proposed bills have made it to the Senate thanks to a group of supportive anti-GMO senators.

Idaho—Part of the GMO Free campaign, Idaho is working as a state to raising awareness and promoting local, organic and GMO-free foods.

Massachusetts—Also part of the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Mass. Chapter, the non-profit organization supports organic farming and brings awareness to what’s in food and where it is coming from. The state has proposed a bill, H3276, to label food, but has yet to gain legislation (http://www.nofamass.org/)

Michigan—No GMO for Michigan is a grassroots attempt to educate residents about the food they eat and the direct effect it has on their overall health. Through planned events and protests in an attempt to urge Congress to take action, the organization strives to provide residents the option to eat healthy. (http://nogmo4michigan.org)

Minnesota—Right to Know Minnesota is working to gather supports of GMO labeling to pass through legislation through their proposed bill, S.F. 2563. The coalition is speaking out in favor for people’s right to know what is in their food. (http://righttoknowmn.org)

New Jersey—A propsed bill, HB 1367, through the efforts of Label GMOs in New Jersey was made possible through Girl Scout Troop 86 and introduced to the Senate where it will be heard by several committees. Their efforts are being used to gain a choice in what people eat. (https://www.facebook.com/gmolabeling)

New York—Part of the GMO Free campaign, New York is working to bring awareness about the affects of GMO and educate residents on the right to choose. https://www.facebook.com/GmoFreeNY

North Carolina—The state-propsed bill, HB 446, is part of the overall GMO movement to pass the labeling into law.

Ohio—Also part of the GMO Free campaign, the state is working to bring awareness to residents about what they are eating and where it is coming from.

Oregon—A statewide effort to pass legislation through proposed bills, SB 517 & HB 3346, GMO Free Oregon and Right to Know campaigns are initiatives to bring awareness to the people. http://www.gmofreeoregon.org/

Rhode Island—Proposed bill HB 7494 was introduced in the Senate and was referred to the House Health, Education and Welfare Committee. The committee asked the bill be reviewed further, which Rhode Island is asking residents to make their voices heard by raising awareness and continuing to support the initiative until it is passed into law.

Utah—Millions Against Monsanto under the Utah Chapter is a non-profit organization that is challenging Monsanto for the harm caused by GMO and trying to stop the use of GMOs. https://www.facebook.com/GMOfreeUtah/info

Vermont—A proposed bill, HB 722, was introduced to the Senate in 2012 and referred to the House Committee on Agriculture, which held a hearing on the bill. This legislative session was a big gain in the GMO labeling initiative and will continue to be part of political conversation in upcoming elections.

Virginia—Also propsed a bill, HB 606, in the Senate to pass GMO labeling was initiated by Senator Jill Holtzman Vogel, but has yet to be heard by a committee.

Washington—Label it Washington is working to pass the People’s Right to know Genetically Engineered Food Act, I-522, to the Title 70 RCW. The campaign received over 350,000 signatures and the initiative was submitted to the Secetary of State in January. http://www.labelitwa.org/

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  1. SHARE SHARE SHARE if you think we should have food labeled and SAFE TO
    EAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I call it Monsatan!!!!! >:{ Notice how I said “it” instead of “them”!!!!!

  3. I hope some day you realize how ridiculous is this fight of yours. GMOs are
    as safe and tasty as conventional crops and they can be more ecological and
    nutritious. Monsanto is not even half the monster you created with all this
    fearmonger propaganda and lies you read on eco-pretentious websites and
    media.

  4. Eating genetically modified foodstuffs doesn’t make you morbidly obese,
    eating things that come out of a bucket for every main meal makes you
    morbidly obese. I mean fuck, ALL of our food is genetically modified
    through crossbreeding, now we’re just skipping the steps and doing it
    faster. I hope you all starve.

  5. GMO have been related to kidney damage liver problems, fertility problems
    and altered metabolism, and when an experiment was tried on hamsters by the
    third generation they were unable to produce an offspring! good video btw
    🙂 i am starting to make music against this current system/society to be
    sure to check it out

  6. Loooovvveeed THIIISSSS! Aw man, this is exactly like the work me and my bro
    have done with our music which is primarily hip hop and rap too. I am so
    feeeeeliiiinnggg this Now! Hahaha, great video for the issue. Nicely done.
    THIS MADE MY DAY! The man SAID IT!

  7. Whoa, 2DFTE is LOVING THIS! This is what we’re TALKING ABOUT! We have done
    songs just like this. We have one up we practiced called Genetic
    Alterations. You should check that out. Warning… IT IS INSANE! We’re not
    about them GMOs! Its great to see another one in the game speaking out
    against these GMOs with that raptivism! Way to go MAN! WE”RE WITH THIS
    MAN! Thanks for sharing!

  8. GMO FREE HUMBOLDT< COUNTY <CALIFORNIA!
    Facebook Humboldt Millions Against Monsanto!

  9. That’s the most ridiculous video I’ve ever seen. GMO bodies? What the hell
    is that? This is ridiculous. Idiots like the singer in this song are using
    false association to promote an ideology. There is no scientific basis for
    correlating any of the health morbidities shown in this video with GMO
    food. In fact, most of the health morbidities discussed in the video (like
    obesity, feeling tired, depression, feeling sickly) have many different
    etiologies that are known and can be addressed with appropriate medical
    attention. And to attribute these illnesses solely to GMO food is
    irresponsible. People may forego appropriate medical attention and seek out
    an alternative diet as an attempt to heal their symptoms, which can be very
    serious and lead to death if not taken care of. I wish that instead of
    using false claims and scare tactics to promote an ignorant ideology, these
    people would just stick to the real issues and facts. Namely, the risks
    that are carried when we can’t completely foresee the consequences of
    genetically modifying food. And some losses associated with calculable
    risks are not worth taking.

  10. How can you be sooooo dumb? Really? Did you not look this shit up before
    you did the video? EVERY MAJOR science institute approves of GMOs being
    safe. Seriously, you sound like climate deniers…

  11. I like how y’all all rally against one or two studies that show a negative
    affect from GMOs which can be due to a completly random occurence, or a
    predisposed issue in the test population. Show me evidence where 3 studies
    you the exact same procedures and come to the same outcome. Secondly if
    yall were truly against GMOs yall would be bashing other AgroChemical
    companies other than Monsanto

  12. Are you serious? you want to blame GMO’s for people being fat? It’s not a
    genetic modification that’s makes it so people have so self control! Do you
    research before you attack the agriculture industry.

  13. Most people do not know who monsanto is. Most people do not care what they
    eat. We spend more money on healthcare than any other nation yet we have
    the highest cancer, obesity, autism, diabeties, ect. Most other countries
    will not accept our gmo crops to feed their animals but im sure theyre all
    crazy because our government loves us. They dont talk about there being too
    many humans on the planet and wanting to reduce the population. 

  14. I hope you realise that Europe has an obesity problem too, even though most
    GMOs are banned in the EU.

  15. Hey!
    Just wondering if there was a way to get in touch with the guy who wrote
    the song down here! 😀
    I’m an English teacher in France, and I intend to work on this track with
    my students, but some of the lyrics still remain a mystery to me, even
    after several listenings and the use of all my good will, if I dare say! 😀
    Need help!

  16. Hey there, I like your track a lot!
    Am I allowed to play this song loud on a demonstration against Monsanto?
    And do you maybe even have a mp3 of it for me?
    or who has the rights of this song???