19 EU States reject GMO corn; Council approves anyway

EU forcing genetically modified corn on Europe. Down with the EU!

COTO Report

skull corn By Rady Ananda
COTO Report

Nineteen of the European Union’s 28 states rejected Dupont’s insecticidal corn, citing concern for pollinators. Five EU states approved the genetically modified maize, and four abstained.

But because state votes are weighted based on population size, no clear majority was reached either way, which leaves it up to the European Commission, who approved Dupont Pioneer’s TC1507 corn on February 11.

The Commission approved TC1507 for import in November 2005 and five months later approved it for human consumption. This week’s approval will allow for its cultivation.

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6 Responses to 19 EU States reject GMO corn; Council approves anyway

  1. Denise says:

    Down to Hell with the Monsanto Fiends, as well as their apparachiks in the EU.

  2. New England Millennial says:

    http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/science_technology/EU_freezes_Switzerland_out_of_research_funds.html?cid=37974638

    The EU is freezing the Swiss out of €94.7 billion worth of research funds because of the immigration vote last week.

  3. Stary Wylk says:

    Switzerland is somewhat special. Though many UN organizations are headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland is not a member. Until recently, at least, the Swiss armed forces were organized to defend Switzerland rather than police the world.

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