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14-year-old teen GMO activist schools ignorant TV host on human rights, food labeling

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

Her name is Rachel Parent, and she’s suddenly an internet sensation for her cool-headed debate about GMOs on a popular Canadian TV show. (She’s also the founder of the Kids Right to Know GMO Walk.) As you’ll see in the video below, Rachel calmly argues for the basic human right to know what’s in our food, even as the condescending bully of a host named Kevin O’Leary [from TV show ‘Shark Tank’] does Monsanto’s bidding, verbally assaulting the girl and practically accusing her of murdering children.

During the debate, Kevin O’Leary, co-host of the The Lang And O’Leary Exchange show, viciously attacked Rachel, first accusing her of being a “lobbyist” against GMOs (an absurd accusation that O’Leary knows is false, as there is no corporate interest in honest food labeling), and then equating her position of questioning GMOs with somehow supporting a holocaust of widespread death of children. Despite the outrageous attacks, Rachel Parent simply countered his utterly contrived accusations with the facts: GMO crops don’t out-produce regular crops, GMOs are a dangerous global experiment using human beings as lab rats, and consumers should have the right to know what they’re buying or eating.

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7 comments to 14-year-old teen GMO activist schools ignorant TV host on human rights, food labeling

  • wauhoo

    Whiz kid deluxe!

    • Ed_B

      Absolutely. It is fine young people like Rachel who give us all faith in the future. It is interesting that a teenager had to show the host of this TV show how to behave like an adult, presenting her point of view in a calm and rational manner.

      As to GMO labeling, there is absolutely no reason not to label foods with what they are. Only those who are ashamed of what they sell will try to avoid truly descriptive labeling.

      One other thought… growing our own food is not rocket science. In fact, many of us find it an enjoyable past-time as well as being delicious. Nothing from a store tastes anywhere near as good as something fresh from the garden. Even just a few pots on a patio or deck can grow quite a few tasty veggies. Tomatoes and cucumbers work especially well in pots. For larger amounts, turn to your local farmers’ markets. The foods there are generally not GMO and it is good to make friends with those local folks who grow food for a living.

  • The shill is Kevin. This crap is changing food crops permanently across the planet. Something that schmuck Kevin decided to avoid. Don’t forget the crops don’t reproduce and force farmers to purchase seeds from Monsanto. Oh and don’t forget, you cant go after GMO producers legally if they kill millions with bad food this is baked into the cake also.

  • Pepe

    He keeps saying how people’s lives will be saved in other parts of the world by GMO. How many countries are refusing to let this poison in?

  • johns

    Oleary confirms it’s an “experiment” about 6 min. mark.

  • Slvrizgold

    When Kevin Leary points a finger and says “shill” there are 3 fingers pointing back at him. I wonder if this young lady didn’t receive her AMA prescribed shots to reduce her IQ. Not many 14 year olds who can be that articulate and think so well on their feet under pressure. She isn’t eating any garbage, wonder why. Look how healthy she looks. She showed them up big time. Kevin O’Leary = douche bag supreme. I think they sell that at Taco Schmell. He looked like such a dumbass when he tried to say GMO rice will keep a half million kids from dying of blindness and vitamin deficiency, and she said they need to eat 27 bowls a day to get enough Vitamin A and maybe they ought to try eating a different food. LOL

  • Jeff

    Typical media douche bag. I wish she would have brought up the issue of suicide rates of farmers in India who had these GMO crops rammed down their throats.

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