Lady Casa's Five Reasons to Hate Monsanto
Photo by German Munoz
Being a PLUR warrior isn't just something you do at 2 a.m. in a dark club, it's a 24/7 job. You've got to awaken people to a higher consciousness and use your powers for good at every moment possible, even if it means marching on a couple hours of sleep.
Lady Casa (formerly known as Molly Casa) and her brilliantly clad buddies take their job seriously, so they hit Lincoln Road on Saturday morning while most of you party people were sleeping off hangovers.
They took part in a worldwide march against Monsanto, joined by about 100 other caring activists, to raise awareness about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), how they may be effecting you, and what you can do to help yourself.
Photo by: German Munoz
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It's in everything
Coca Cola, Frito Lay, Kraft, Hormel, General Mills, Lipton, Post: All these brands and more contain Monsanto GMOs. "You see the lists of GMOs and its our common brands," Lady Casa said. "Kellogs, (almost) any brand you can think of, things that you like. It's just in everything. It's hard to get away from."
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We've been eating it our whole lives
"It's been under the radar for the last 30 years," she said. "GMOs have been in the agriculture for at least 20 years, so basically our whole lives. Our cells have been forced to adapt to these genetically modified products. If you look at our parents, they have 30 years of healthy food on us, but they're the ones that are now getting cancer, autoimmune disease, thyroid disease. Just because our cells have adapted to this poison, doesn't mean that we're going to be healthy 30 and 40 year olds."Next Page
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