Current Date: 28 Sep, 2023

Kenya embraces GMOs: European Colonialism Wears Off a Little More In Africa

There is genuinely no positive thing about Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Still, it exposed European hypocrisy when it came to science. For example, experts knew their energy mainly came from Russia, not domestic solar power, and also labeled their organic food as from the east.

Or from nations forced to use processes that are not efficient or be blocked out of European stores -so that Europe could compete without paying higher subsidies. Former Europe colonies were banned from sale except if they obeyed Europe when it came to food.

Now Africa has seen the light. Africa was once dominated by a wealthy few that lined their pockets while they colluded with European politicians. 

Kenya has joined others in lifting the ban on genetically modified foods, and the ban was put in place thanks to politicians playing the European game and environmentalists in rich countries who scared people that don't understand the science.


Kenya embraces GMOs:  European Colonialism Wears Off a Little More in Africa

Scientifically, under no circumstances can a precision GMO not be labeled organic, while a shotgun mutation approach such as mutagenesis is. 

It seems arbitrary other than the $100 billion industry behind it makes its money from selling food derived using mutagenesis. GMOs came later, just before the same Clinton administration that legitimized an organic process with dizzying exceptions legitimized homeopathy in the American government to keep the money rolling in.

Scientific reality: What possibly changed their minds from 10 years ago? If things were at their finest, and only poor people were starving, embracing the wealthy elites' food process could be done, but now Kenya is suffering droughts. 


Kenya embraces GMOs:  European Colonialism Wears Off a Little More in Africa

Ancient processes won't be able to solve that, but science can. Kenya knew this, but Beth Mugo, former Minister for Public Health, was a part of the problem and insisted on fraudulenert studies by Gilles-Eric Seralini  which claims that science causes cancer in rats had human implications.

Ten years later, Kenya recognizes that even if the results were accurate, rats are not little people. It was just exploratory and had no relevance to humans. Also, that science exists whether someone bought off by activists claims otherwise.

Excellence Chukwuma Chukwunaedu

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