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Environmental attorneys have started submitting legal actions versus Monsanto for cancer cells deaths associated with their product Summary. The U.S.A.'s Lawyer Mike Papantonio talks about how these lawsuits reveal an initiative both on the part of Monsanto as well as the United States government to minimize the message concerning the threats of Summary in relation to human cancer cells. Register for the Ring of Fire for extra:

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  1. Posted by Michael Conway, at Reply

    Cite the study you are referring to. This is old news, if it’s the same study from the 80’s it’s been revoked by the publisher and the author has been outcast by the scientific community. If you’re going to report on a scientific topic like this you need to at least cite your source.

    • Posted by Steve Martin, at Reply

      Michael Conway Google Roundup studies on mice. And it’s only the original assertion that it’s cancerous that is from the 80’s. The cancer deaths that are being sued for have happened since then.

    • Posted by Michael Conway, at Reply

      Steve Martin just saying if you’re going to make a video about science and talk about studies you should mention your source.

    • Posted by Michael Conway, at Reply

      Michael Williams I’m less inclined to comment on the validity of the claim they’re​ making and more confused why don’t don’t link the paper.

    • Posted by Steve Martin, at Reply

      Michael Conway I can’t disagree with that, I took a journalism class.

  2. Posted by peks0556, at Reply

    cite your sources – this is classic anti-gmo crap

    • Posted by Adrian Ratcliffe, at Reply

      literally the opposite – GMO’s are designed to naturally defend against pests, so that less (expensive) pesticide can be used!

    • Posted by Michael Foley, at Reply

      Adrian Ratcliffe you are both correct. to the degree that a gmo plant can fight off pests , the anti pest properties of such gmo plants are utilized to their full albeit limited potential. After that pesticides are used to control the problem. In any modern farm both techniques are being used. They are designed to work in conjunction. More round up has been needed to be used. (Monsanto owns round up.) because nature has evolved a resistance due to its prolific usage. That alone demonstrates a massive trend of overuse. Plants by the same company (monsanto) have been created to be tolerant of round up and not die. So first they expose massive amounts of pesticides to the environment. Secondly they create plants to withstand higher concentrations as usage skyrockets even further. This is a terrible trend. Gmo in theory is great. but it is being used for greed most of the time. and The moral implications arent settled when people come on here and debate nutrition. You know if monsanto pulled the plug right now, many many people would starve. They have even infiltrated our government and created laws to protect themselves. We shouldn’t give the power of food production over to a capitalist corporate infrastructure that must surely be aware of its own potential for massive influence by withdrawing their resources. They will use or will threaten to play this card before its over.

    • Posted by george cbk, at Reply

      this is a classic anti logic moron

    • Posted by Voidsworn, at Reply

      Agreed. Food production (as well as other things fundamental to just survival) should probably be kept out of corporate hands.

    • Posted by IngetKant, at Reply

      Even if GMOs were not directly mentioned, It’s still anti-GMO crap. These debate about glyphosate is largely being held by people who are against Monsanto for making GMOs. Even if you are convinced this is about Glyphosate and not GMOs, they should absolutely still cite sources.

  3. Posted by TheSonOfAGunFrom410, at Reply

    It’s almost like GMO companies are a bad idea.

    • Posted by Patternicity, at Reply

      only if they;re not well regulated

  4. Posted by Maggie Garden, at Reply

    A few month’s before Obama left office, he signed a bill that Monsanto can not be sued. What’s that tell you about ouw government…are they here for us or the corporate fat cats?

    • Posted by Guillermo Biasini, at Reply

      Maggie Garden this should be top comment. and the answer is no, the goverment is not thete for us, democrats or republicans.

    • Posted by Steve Martin, at Reply

      Maggie Garden Both parties are bought. The only hope is Justice Democrats. If justice democrats are unethically obstructed, then unparalleled mass protests and perhaps even civil disobedience.

    • Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

      *BUT RUSSIA!!!* Evil Putin has undermined the flourishing democracy by exposing the corruption within Democratic party (actually, there is no evidence that the Russian government had any role it this though, but lets accept this conspiracy theory for a second as correct one).

  5. Posted by Michael Williams, at Reply

    Monsanto is a prime example of how corporations have taken over our democracy. It is disturbing how many politicians come from executive positions at Monsanto.

  6. Posted by Patternicity, at Reply

    At no point in this video did you even mention if this was about the exposure that farmers have to this or the people eating the food produced.

    • Posted by Michael Williams, at Reply

      Patternicity obviously farmers are exposed the most, but anyone who eats contaminated food will have glyphosate in their bloodstream.

    • Posted by Patternicity, at Reply

      whether or not (& to what degree) a chemical is carcinogenic or otherwise harmful can depend on the dose and how long it takes your body to process it

  7. Posted by Jacob Hansen, at Reply

    Member back in 2011 when Cenk had stocks in Montesanto?
    Ohhhh I member.

    • Posted by Latesha H, at Reply

      ‘Member when Jacob Hansen would claim to be from a different country in every video? Yeah I ‘member….

  8. Posted by Lou Goes, at Reply

    Most of those chemicals are used on crops that feed animal agriculture :

    • Posted by Michael Williams, at Reply

      Lou Goes so does that make it ok? all those animals are now carrying that poison in there body, sound tasty?

    • Posted by salvatornado, at Reply

      Michael Williams i think that was why the op included the “:”. it is terrible.

    • Posted by Shain Andrews, at Reply

      Feed everybody, not just livestock. Keep in mind Monsanto also has also genetically modified corn to tolerate this herbicide. It is everywhere. Gets sprayed on ditch banks and field ends so it certainly has direct contact with the water supply.

  9. Posted by Guy Spencer, at Reply

    There are no safe poisons. Its poison. Maybe I’m the only farmer in the comments section, but I’ll tell you right now that the chemical companies have an agenda and its about controlling the worlds food system. The safest and most cost effective form of weed control is mechanical weeding, not herbicides. We have been growing food for thousands of years without chemical inputs. Healthy soil, healthy food, healthy people thats my agenda.

    • Posted by Michael Conway, at Reply

      The dose makes the poison.

    • Posted by Nas PB, at Reply

      Guy Spencer I wish there were more people like you

    • Posted by Alexia Tr, at Reply

      Guy Spencer Monsanto is the worst there is. They want a monopoly to control food supply. They coars People into selling their land, they lie to people to get in contracts that are deceitful. Their modified seeds are killing and invading other fields and then that sue them for “growing” their plants when it’s actually them invading them. There is a lot of other things they are doing, but since mostly all if these happens in Africa, people don’t pay attention or don’t care. But it is just getting stronger.

    • Posted by Alexia Tr, at Reply

      Guy Spencer Monsanto is the worst there is. They want a monopoly to control food supply. They coars People into selling their land, they lie to people to get in contracts that are deceitful. Their modified seeds are killing and invading other fields and then that sue them for “growing” their plants when it’s actually them invading them. There is a lot of other things they are doing, but since mostly all if these happens in Africa, people don’t pay attention or don’t care. But it is just getting stronger.

  10. Posted by Val Jones, at Reply

    Lawsuit in California, that framers have filed and won, found internal emails executives at Monsanto sent spoke of ghost writing reports in their favor. Plus they have an email from the president of Monsanto standing the EPA official will kill the investigation on evaluating whether glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, causes cancer.

    • Posted by Eric Dickson-Peppler, at Reply

      Don’t forget the email about ‘hiding the decline’ in global warming, and the email proving pizza gate.

    • Posted by IngetKant, at Reply

      Source please.

  11. Posted by Daniel the Spaniel, at Reply

    Something else Alex Jones exposed years ago, catch up TYT.

    • Posted by Alexia Tr, at Reply

      Daniel the Spaniel he was not the only one and was not the first, he only added that it was due to Obama or the Democrats or the Devil. But this been going on for decades, and it started​ with Reagan deregulations.Most of all it was corporations with help of the republicans that started all this, and they have continued​ will it together with establishment Democrats.

    • Posted by Jonisdaman, at Reply

      Daniel the Spaniel well now your boy Alex Jones is a government cheerleader blowing Donald Trump while he rebuilds the swamp.

  12. Posted by Where R Ewe, at Reply

    IT’S NOT LIKE THIS IS BREAKING NEWS YOU KNOW? WHAT HAS KNOWING ABOUT THIS DONE TO CORRECT IT,BESIDES NOTHING? :- [

    • Posted by Michael Williams, at Reply

      Where R Ewe if most people stop purchasing GMO foods and animals feed with GMO then it will make a difference. So keep spreading the word even when people don’t want to listen and hope for the best.

  13. Posted by Walkertongdee, at Reply

    Truly the evilest corporation on the planet, don’t get me started ..

    • Posted by lynda williams, at Reply

      Just remember they merged with BAYER… Monsanto no longer exists… they change their name and wander off killing more people. BOYCOTT BAYER!

  14. Posted by Mat Broomfield, at Reply

    They’re pure scum. I hope they all die in agony for this. Just like the thousands they condemned.

    • Posted by lynda williams, at Reply

      remember they merged with BAYER. BOYCOTT BAYER

  15. Posted by rehab joe buffet, at Reply

    Monsanto can suck creamed corn out of my anus!

    • Posted by Fiery One, at Reply

      Careful..Bill Nye may pop out surfing a kernel..

  16. Posted by Sanguine Mathghamhain, at Reply

    The Seralini paper is the anti-GMO version of the Wakefield paper. When you use a breed of lab mouse that is known to grow tumors in a certain period of time and run your experiment well past that time, that is bad science and unethical. When you come to a conclusion that is directly disputed by your published data (such as the fact that in the paper it showed that males that consume glyphosate are healthier than those that don’t), that is bad science. When you attempt to disregard that the control population also had a massive rate of tumours and try to make it seem that it was only in the treatment population, that is bad science. A great way to at least start to look into this subject if you aren’t science-savvy is to take a look at the videos on the topic by Miles Power (powerm1985 here on youtube) who is a chemist and the videos and podcasts on the topic that he and James Gurney (a research biologist) due called the League of Nerds.

    Finally when you report on science without actually looking into the topic and try to build an “Oh aren’t science and corporations so scary” narrative that is based on bull, well that is US news media in general but in this case, it is TYT.

    • Posted by Zak Chb, at Reply

      do you live in dnal drawckab?

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      Why would anyone bother to troll their way onto a video like this in order to defend Monsanto unless they were paid?
      If you aren’t paid then you’re the kind of ignorant peasant who would’ve defended the divine right of kings in the old days. LOL troll

  17. Posted by wiseass 5000, at Reply

    Another Bastard we need to get rid of. Monsanto is nothing but poison.

    • Posted by wiseass 5000, at Reply

      By the way. its killing Honey Bee’s also.

  18. Posted by Ricky, at Reply

    I like this guy, we need to see more of him.

  19. Posted by GiantBelgian, at Reply

    I’m not sure why we’re expected to know what exactly a C-class carcinogen is, or what makes the change to a D-class carcinogen horribly, but luckily google holds the answer:
    C-classification seems to mean something has “suggestive evidence of carcinogenic potential”. Meanwhile, PhIP (which is commonly found in cooked meat) has a 2B-Classifcation – “the agent (mixture) is possibly carcinogenic to humans. The exposure circumstance entails exposures that are possibly carcinogenic to humans”.

    The title is highly misleading at best and a flat out lie at worst. The video hides facts that aren’t supporting of the predefined narrative…

    You guys are pretty on point with socio-economic and political issues, but you really need to step up your game when it comes to the science stuff.

    • Posted by johnathan gant, at Reply

      Thank you for your assistance with the classification explanation.

    • Posted by GiantBelgian, at Reply

      I’ll be honest, i don’t fully understand them myself either. I have no idea if each classification has a certain range of increased risk attached to it, or if they’re just up to the author’s discretion. Neither did i find where exactly on this scale (if it exists) Roundup falls. I’d expect the article to shed some light on this, but alas…

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      I’m glad at least one other person has at least two brain cells to rub together. It amazes me how many conspiracy theorists there are out there.

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      GiantBelgian, if it’s something that hasn’t been proven, it’s a theory. If it is a sinister collusion of entities, it’s is a conspiracy.

  20. Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

    Why would anyone bother to troll their way onto a video like this in order to defend Monsanto unless they were paid? LOL trolls

    • Posted by Clown Molester, at Reply

      Nice serious profile pic there Jake, didn’t you had a degree as Joke-gestapo, sorry

    • Posted by Clown Molester, at Reply

      Honestly, what is Alex Jones audience doing on this channel all the time anyway ?

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      LOL, tremendous reply. NOT ONE WORD even attempts to suggest I’m wrong or have the facts incorrect in any way. Only framing.
      I sincerely hope Monsanto isn’t paying you top dollar for the pathetic weaksauce you dribbled here today.