While Monsanto pleads to have the recent cancer classification of glyphosate retracted, the public is getting a glimpse of the emperor with no clothes. The recent classification of the GMO herbicide ingredient glyphosate as a 2B carcinogen by the World Health Organization now designates it in a class directly alongside the sexually transmitted, cancer causing human papillomavirus (HPV) as well as the Human Immunodeficiency virus (HIV.)
Why is there an aggressive push to vaccinate all children (and adults) against HPV due to its dangers when we continue to spray our food with glyphosate – an apparent equal to HPV which vaccines are trying to protect against? The integrity and trust of government regulatory agencies, the entire medical community, and common sense will be lost with each continued day of glyphosate spraying on our food.
Logic would dictate that, if these ‘possible carcinogens’ traded places, having a public being inoculated with the live, full strength HPV and HIV virus everyday would not be ethical in the eyes of medicine, human rights, and society. So what’s with the continuous glyphosate exposure now that this information is public?
Interestingly enough, in the case of HPV, this sexually transmitted virus is thought to be so deadly that Texas Republican Gov. Rick Perry acted outside law by using an executive order that bypassed the legislature in 2007 to make Texas the first state to mandate all schoolgirls get vaccinated against the virus. Governor Perry’s mandate forced girls entering the sixth grade to take Gardasil, Merck & Co.’s vaccine against strains of human papillomavirus.