Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE has one of the most impressive list of accomplishments in environmental science and the anthropological study called ethnology. At 26 years of age, she journeyed to Tanzania with an overwhelming passion, camera and notebook. Goodall became a sensation in National Geographic Magazine, demonstrating a remarkable behavioral understanding of free-living chimpanzees. In fact, she learned more about these mammals than anyone in the world.
From tender beginnings, Goodhall became a champion of our earth’s living systems, long calling for cooperation and scientific integrity across all disciplines and spectrums. Still strong at 82 years young, Jane recently commented about the destructive and subversive world of genetically modified foods. She wrote a forward in Steven Drucker’s book, Altered Genes, Twisted Truth, a detailed expose of the lies behind FDA approval of these death induced seeds.
Natural News reports, “Goodall condemns the entire process of genetic engineering, which essentially transforms nutritive foods into toxic impostors. ‘[T]his very real difference between GE [genetically engineered] plants and their conventional counterparts is one of the basic truths that biotech proponents have endeavored to obscure,’ she wrote. ‘As part of the process, they portrayed the various concerns as merely the ignorant opinions of misinformed individuals — and derided them as not only unscientific, but anti-science.’
“‘Druker describes how amazingly successful the biotech lobby has been — and the extent to which the general public and government decision makers have been hoodwinked by the clever and methodical twisting of the facts and the propagation of many myths,’ she added. ‘Moreover, it appears that a number of respected scientific institutions, as well as many eminent scientists, were complicit in this relentless spreading of disinformation.'”
You’re right, Jane. They’re liars.