Their Reach Sources


2000: Pro-transgenic article via Deborah B. Whitman


2013: Transgenics are found to be very pervasive in animal feed


2015, University of La Plata in Argentina determined the majority of conventional tampons, sterile pads, and q-tips contain cancer causing glyphosate

Further info: 2007 - Chemicals in tampons


2016: Resource - unlabeled transgenic products in your foods


2016: Frito Lay and Pepsi Co. start labeling their transgenic use


Glyphosate, Roundup, & Chemical Pesticides Sources


1995: Toxic effects of glyphosate on sperm production in rabbits

1995: Early study on glyphosate toxicity via animals. Animals fed glyphosate for three months caused reduced weight gain, diarrhea, and salivary gland lesions. Lifetime feeding of glyphosate caused excess growth and death of liver cells, cataracts and lens degeneration, and increases in the frequency of thyroid, pancreas, and liver tumors.


1999: Report: allowable levels of pesticide residues raised 200-fold to benefit transgenics industry


2000: Safety evaluation and risk assessment of Roundup and glyphosate effect on humans


2002: Molecular geneticist Ricarda Steinbrecher states that, "data obtained strongly suggest that the balance of gut bacteria will be affected" by the herbicide reactivation in the gastrointestinal tract. Source: Steinbrecher, R. 2002. "Risks associated with ingestion of Chardon LL maize, The reversal of N-acetyl-L- glufosinate to the active herbicide L-glufosinate in the gut of animals," Chardon LL Hearing, May 2002, London.

2002: Exposure to pesticides as risk factor for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and hairy cell leukemia: pooled analysis of two Swedish case-control studies (first part of many part study, see more below under 2008)


2002: Roundup provokes cell division dysfunction in humans


2003: Glyphosate based products: Amega, Cargly, Cosmic, and Roundup Biovert, induced cell cycle dysfunction in humans


2005: Negative reproductive health issues in human placental cells and aromatase via glyphosate and roundup


2005: Effect of the herbicide glyphosate on liver lipoperoxidation in pregnant rats and their fetuses.


2005: Roundup reduces amphibian populations drastically in Pennsylvania


2006: Victims of glyphosate in Latin America speak out


2006: Studies of ground and surface water from 2001-2006 show high glyphosate levels


2007: DNA damage of Ecuadorian population exposed to aerial sprays of glyphosate


2007: Mutant lettuce lines show glyphosate resistance


2007: “…Roundup exposure may affect human reproduction and fetal development in case of contamination. Chemical mixtures in formulations appear to be underestimated regarding their toxic or hormonal impact.”


2007: Monsanto fined in France for misleading the public about the environmental impact of Roundup

2008: Follow up to 2002 study above, “pesticide exposure as risk factor for non-Hodgkin lymphoma including histopathological subgroup analysis”, they found exposure to glyphosate doubled the risk of NHL.


2008: Transgenic sugar beets are used to make any ingredient named “sugar” that is not explicitly Non-GMO; “real sugar” as an ingredient or marketing point can still contain transgenic GMO beet, and lots of glyphosate, three links:

Link 1

Link 2

Link 3


2008: “Glyphosate Formulations Induce Apoptosis and Necrosis in Human Umbilical, Embryonic, and Placental Cells”


2008: Link between phenoxyacetic herbicides, and glyphosate and increase of non-Hodgkin lymphoma


2009: Mice testis effected after being fed transgenic soybean filled with Roundup herbicide

2009: Parental exposure to pesticides link to brain cancer in children


2009: Glyphosate-based herbicides are toxic and endocrine disruptors in human cells


2010: Reports of birth defects in areas with high use of glyphosate influenced a study, concluding glyphosate inhibits certain gene expression which could contribute to cyclopia, microcephaly, affected cranial neural crest, and craniofacial malformations.


2011: USDA deregulates GE sugar beets


2011: In Mississippi River basin, glyphosate was detected in 60 to 100 percent of all air and rain samples


2012: Hematological and hepatic alterations within mice exposed to Glyphosate-Roundup.


2012: Transgenic corn has FAR less nutritional value than non-GMO corn, also has dangerous levels of glyphosate:

Non-GMO corn contains 437 times more calcium, 56 times more magnesium, and 7 times more manganese than transgenic corn. Transgenic corn was also found to contain 13 ppm of glyphosate, compared to zero in non-GMO corn. EPA “safe” level for glyphosate in American water supplies is 0.7 ppm, and organ damage in animals has occurred at levels as low as 0.1 ppm GMO corn contains extremely high levels of formaldehyde—about 200 times the amount found toxic to animals.


2013: Glyphosate induces human breast cancer cells growth via estrogen receptors. Infinitesimal concentrations of glyphosate had a carcinogenic effect on the studied breast cancer cell lines (T47D), with cell proliferation in the parts per trillion concentration range.


Via Baum Hedlund Aristei Goldman law firm website: “Another disturbing finding in the glyphosate breast cancer study was that genistein, a naturally occurring phytoestrogen in soybeans, exhibited ‘an additive estrogenic effect’ when combined with glyphosate. The finding raises more questions about whether genetically-modified soybeans are adding to the breast cancer epidemic in the U.S., where GMO soybeans are heavily consumed.”


2014: Further links between glyphosate and cancer


2014: Mysterious Kidney Disease Slays Farmworkers In Central America (who work with Roundup)


2014: German studies detect glyphosate residues in animals and humans


2015: EcoWatch article “15 Health Problems Linked to Monsanto’s Roundup”


2016: Exposure to pesticides appears to increase sun cancer risk


2017: July 7, OEHHA lists glyphosate as known to the state of California to cause cancer


2013: Glyphosate resistant weeds are growing, and intensifying


2013: Glyphosate-resistant weed problem extends to more species, more farms


2013: Glyphosate based pesticides mixed with adjuvants are proven to cause human cell toxicity


2013: Increase of glyphosate consumption as compared to increase in many chronic health issues and autism, complete with graphs and sources


2013: EPA raises allowable Glyphosate levels of oilseed crops such as flax, soybeans and canola from 20 parts per million (ppm) to 40 ppm. The EPA also lifts limits on allowable glyphosate in food crops from 200 ppm to 6,000 ppm.


2013: Soil Association publishes Glyphosate Safety Briefing, citing non organic wheat is sprayed with glyphosate to kill the crop in time for harvest.


2014: FESPROSA, Argentina’s union of 30,000 doctors and health professionals call for total ban of glyphosate, stating: “Where glyphosate falls, only GMOs can grow. Everything else dies... Agribusiness cannot keep growing at the expense of the health of the Argentine people. [We] ask that glyphosate is banned in our country and that a debate on the necessary restructuring of agribusiness is opened, focusing on the application of technologies that do not endanger human life.”


2014: Great resource linking all studies confirming Glyphosate residues found in breast milk, urine, and water samples across the US


2014: Referenced above, the Detox Project outlines a number of studies where glyphosate was found in urine, and within the food chain


2015: The World Health Organization declared glyphosate is probably carcinogenic to humans, and “definitely genotoxic”.  The study concluded glyphosate is related to the growth of tumors and cancer development, and has been found in the blood and urine of agriculture employees who encounter glyphosate, as well as their children in vitro.

See statement from the WHO directly here:

2015: The World Health Organization declared glyphosate is probably carcinogenic to humans, and “definitely genotoxic”. The study concluded glyphosate is related to the growth of tumors and cancer development, and has been found in the blood and urine of agriculture employees who encounter glyphosate, as well as their children in vitro. The WHO later retracted their original statement after getting pushback from Monsanto directly.

See statement from the WHO directly here: 

or the original publication from the International Agency for Research on Cancer here:

2016 update: Links between the panel who retracted the statement and Monsanto show collusion


2016: It is confirmed glyphosate reaches bees, our pollinators


2016: Transgenics are all over the world; Portuguese No GMO Coalition tests it’s food and finds high levels of glyphosate: Wholegrain Oats: 10 ng/g (ppb), Wholegrain Wheat: 43 ng/g (ppb), White Flour (Wheat): 46 ng/g


2016: Food Democracy Now! and The Detox Project publish glyphosate tests of popular products including Whole Foods 365 brand Organic Golden Round Crackers, Back to Nature brand crackers, Goldfish, Doritos, and Cheerios


2016: Follow up to above, Food Babe points out the toxic weed killer developed by the transgenic industry is present in non-GMO and organic food, not just transgenics


2017: Arkansas recommends a ban of a toxic herbicide of Monsanto’s Dicamba, after cross contamination started occurring with various crops


2017: Court documents between Monsanto and victims of glyphosate poisoning openly reference many resources regarding the dangers of glyphosate


2017: Monsanto has committed slow poisoning of the people and wildlife of Wales with PCBs and Roundup


Lance Johnson quote


Built on Lies


1999: Study outlines farm worker exposure, declares exposure to Bt sprays may lead to allergic skin sensitization and induction of IgE and IgG antibodies, or both.

Bernstein IL, Bernstein, J.A., Miller,M., Tierzieva, S., Bernstein, D.I.,Lummus, Z.Selgrade, M.K., Doerfler, D.L., and Seligy,V.L. (1999) Immune responses in farm workers after exposure to Bacillus thuringiensis pesticides. Environmental Health Perspectives. July; 107(7):575582


1999: Findings indicate that DNA released from bacteria or food sources within the mouth has the potential to transform naturally competent oral bacteria, and gut bacteria can take up genes and GM plasmids. Also states the uptake of DNA by competent cells in vitro occurs rapidly, especially with the organisms tested here. The conclusion is this process of bacteria transfer opens up the possibility of the spread of antibiotic resistance


2000: Open letter from world scientists to all governments regarding danger of transgenic GMOs


2002: Ultrastructural morphometrical and immunocytochemical analyses of hepatocyte nuclei from mice fed transgenic soybean


2000: Lobbying data found via


2003: Paper from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) outlining all details regarding “pharm crops” and “industrial crops” aka crops which grow materials for pharmaceuticals and biologics (vaccines, antibodies, and blood products)


2007: Studies of mice fed transgenic MON863 corn reveals signs of hepatorenal toxicity


2008: Liver ageing found in long-term study of female mice fed transgenic soybean


2008: Study confirms intestinal and peripheral immune response in weaning and old mice after consuming transgenic corn MON810


2009: Rats fed three types of transgenic corn exhibit issues in kidney and liver, the dietary detoxifying organs, the heart, adrenal glands, spleen and haematopoietic systems


2009: Goes through a full spectrum of negative effects of transgenics on mammals, showing “signs of toxicity”


2010: Overview of transgenic health risks and lack of thorough studies by Monsanto


2011: The insertion of Bt bacteria directly into the food source has negative or unknown effects on gut health and bacteria; there are various health risks associated with the pesticide Bt toxin in many transgenic products, affecting mothers and fetuses, babies are “pesticide factories”. Study calls for more studies into a “new field in reproductive toxicology”


2011: 19 studies of mammals fed transgenic soybean and maize develop liver, kidney and bone marrow damage


2011: Institute for Responsible Technology posts article “10 Reasons to Avoid GMOs”


2012: Transgenic corn has FAR less nutritional value than non-GMO corn, also has dangerous levels of glyphosate:

Non-GMO corn contains 437 times more calcium, 56 times more magnesium, and 7 times more manganese than transgenic corn. Transgenic corn was also found to contain 13 ppm of glyphosate, compared to zero in non-GMO corn. EPA “safe” level for glyphosate in American water supplies is 0.7 ppm, and organ damage in animals has occurred at levels as low as 0.1 ppm GMO corn contains extremely high levels of formaldehyde—about 200 times the amount found toxic to animals.


2012: Rats were fed transgenics for two years and eventually developed tumors. The study was retracted from its first journal, but republished

2017 update: Monsanto scientist David Saltmiras admits to orchestrating a retraction of the study. A. Wallace Hayes, a member of the journal, was on Monsanto's payroll:

Court documents: 

Reference article:


2012: GM corn variety ‘cannot be regarded as safe’ says scientists


2012: Operation Whole Foods hidden camera GMO sting - Bait Organic, Switch to GMO


2012: Whole Foods blog response to above video, admits it carries GMO products


2013: Pigs fed soy and corn transgenics exhibit stomach inflammation and reproductive issues:


2013: Studies proving Gene VI found in GM foods suppresses natural anti-pathogenic defenses by inhibiting RNA silencing. Conclusion states more studies are needed to see if humans could be affected by this process developed for the plant and potential pests/invadors.

(The follow up study for this link has been removed:


2013: Test site for Monsanto in Hawaii devastates local environment and population


2014: All apparent “pros” of transgenics are rebutted:


2014: Center for Food Safety makes a fairly comprehensive list of transgenic foods in your supermarket, although many of these brands have since been sold to transgenic giants, and/or been found to contain glyphosate:


2014: Citric acid is made from transgenic corn:


2014: Subsidized corn permeates the US American’s diet:


2015: Transgenic GMOs cost organic farmers:

2015: New transgenic GMO potato from JP Simplot hits the market, is unlabeled.

See McDonald’s long standing relationship to JP Simplot:


2015: Study outlining danger of subsidies, stating: “Government-issued payments have skewed agricultural markets toward the overproduction of commodities that are the basic ingredients of processed, energy-dense foods,” and that this is “worsening obesity trends in America.”


2016: Transgenic enzymes used in flavoring, fragrance, detergence, and pharmaceutical production are determined to be potent allergens


2016: Dow-DuPont’s pesticides fail to control pests


2016: How your tax dollars are used to subsidize crap foods


2017: In March, an overview of environmental effects of transgenics


2017: Do you know what your meat eats? CNN and others publish a story on farmers feeding cattle transgenic GMO candy:


To see all transgenic crops and their origin, search the Center for Environmental Risk Assessment database


Paid Propaganda/Representation: Corrupt Government Ties & Taxpayer Funded Regulatory Organizations


2000: Reagan connections to toxic transgenic ingredient cover ups


2006: Overview of the globalist perspective of transgenics. This implicates Henry Kissinger, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, the Clintons, George W. Bush, Glickman, and Patent No. 5,723,765, Control of Plant Gene _Expression


2014: Connections between Monsanto partner G.D. Searle and Gerald Ford, George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, Reagan, and toxic aspartame coverup, and more.


For Bill and Hillary Clinton specifically, see connections with: Michael Taylor (former Monsanto attorney who became a major FDA official), Rose Law Firm, Dan Glickman, Jerry Crawford (, the following links, and more:


Hillary often gives lip service to transgenic industry giants:

Link 1

Link 2


2015: List of 181 Clinton Foundation donors who lobbied Hillary’s State Department


For the Bushes, see connections to Dan Quayle, Linda Fisher, Clarence Thomas, Donald Rumsfeld, Tommy Thompson, Ann Veneman, Earle H. Harbison, Stansfield Turner, and the following links:


2001: Copy of article citing Bush & Monsanto connections


2015: George Bush Sr. speaking to Monsanto in 1987


For Barack Obama, see the DARK Act, Monsanto Protection act, connections to Tom Vilsack, Michael Taylor, and the following links:


2014: Monsanto controls both the White House and the Congress, Romney and Obama both globalists


2016: HuffPost piece on Obama’s Monsanto Doctrine / DARK Act legisliation


Transgenic producers have corrupt connections to pro-transgenic GMO members of the scientific community:

1) Calestous Juma

2) Bruce Chassy

Actual email:

Through 2013 and 2014 Chassy frequently appeared as an “independent expert” on the GMO Answers website, a pro-GMO site funded by Monsanto and other transgenics giants. In that role, he answered questions and concerns about GMOs.

3) Kevin Folta

4) Peter Phillips

5) Jon Entine, science journalist who founded Genetic Literacy Project:

6-8) Many mentioned above, as well as David Shaw (MS State), Roger Beachy (Washington University in St. Louis), and Carl E. Pray (Rutgers University)

9) A. Wallace Hayes retracted rat tumor study from journal amidst Monsanto mob pressure

10) Henry I. Miller, academic and vocal proponent of GMOs and contributor to, exposed

2017: Monsanto “Ghostwriting, peer-review, & retraction” links


2017: EPA official Jess Rowland accused of covering up cancer risks

Further info


1992: Scanned documents of some of the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) internal memoranda about genetically engineered foods. They were brought to light through the lawsuit the Alliance for Bio-Integrity initiated against the FDA in 1998.


2005: IG Farben’s connection to Bayer AG and the deaths of many during WWII


2008: “Who Owns Nature? Corporate Power and the Final Frontier in the Commodification of Life” presentation by etc group; highlights Wal-mart’s power. Notes, the prices of meat hit a 22-year high due to record prices of livestock feed (transgenic soybean and corn) which is also subsidized.


2016: More dangerous pesticides are hitting markets thanks to the EPA


2017: Database of connections between Monsanto and government:


2015: More journalists connected to transgenic industry; implicates: New York Times, Nature, Science Insider, Discover, Slate, Washington Post, and others.


2017: Database of USDA connections


Attacks on Anti-Transgenic Advocates & Lawsuits Sources


Transgenic companies attack anti-transgenic opposition:

2015: Canadian teenager Rachel Plant becomes target of GMO lobby


2016: Monsanto Attacks Organic Food


2017: Attacks on Food Babe & Natural News

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2003: Monsanto, Solutia, Pfizer pay $700M settlement for Alabama victims of PCB manufacturing related illnesses from plants operating during 1930-1970s


2012: $93M settlement to citizens of West Virginia regarding Agent Orange dangers


2014: $2.4M to wheat farmers


2014: Monsanto filed 145 lawsuits, 700 more settled out of court, against farmers for “improperly reusing patented seeds”


2016: Monsanto must pay $46.5M paid to victims in toxic PCB-lymphoma case


2017: Syngenta to pay $217.7M for transgenic corn contamination


2017: In May, CNN highlights a story about a former coffee farmer who used Roundup for 5 years. She is now a lymphoma cancer patient, and one of 800 suing Monsanto for not warning of the cancer risk associated with the toxic herbicide. Also links EPA to Monsanto. More connections between glyphosate and lymphoma can be found in the “Glyphosate, Roundup, & Chemical Pesticides Sources” section.

(We are aware CNN is corrupt news, but this article appears to highlight a true event and appears to be legitimate based on our research.)

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