GMO Free: Russia to Become Top Producer of Organic Food

U.S. Media Silent as Putin Declares Russia GMO-Free

Most of you know that Russian President Putin has Russia saying “not yet” to GMOs and asserting their national focus on establishing themselves as the world’s largest exporter of organic food, as well as providing their people with healthy non-GMO food.

This wasn’t just a spare of the moment decision either. It came about following years of analyzing the downside to using GMO foods and their overall effects on its consumers. Since there are no biotech industries that thrive there, Russia had no real dog in the fight, so to speak.

Part of Russia’s agricultural system includes small private rural “gardens” that provide produce to the country’s overall welfare. It is estimated that around 40 percent of all vegetable and fruit crops come from that sector alone

As part of Russia’s drive to provide nothing but organic food for itself, as well as other nations in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, it is reported that the Kremlin has been awarding land free of charge to farmers or gardeners who pledge to produce only organic fruits and veggies.

This was found in an article by Baxter Dmtry on

‘A report prepared by the Security Council (SCRF) circulating in the Kremlin today [Janurary 9, 2016] states that President Putin has issued orders that his people must be protected from GMO “food” and Western pharmaceuticals “at all costs.”

Dmtry’s article has Putin concerned about the westernized business model of poisoning its people with GMOs, junk fast foods, and vaccines, all for personal gains.

According to Dmtry’s article, the Kremlin report includes this statement from Putin:

“We as a species have the choice to continue to develop our bodies and brains in a healthy upward trajectory, or we can follow the Western example of recent decades and intentionally poison our population with genetically altered food, pharmaceuticals, vaccinations, and fast food that should be classified as a dangerous, addictive drug.”

It continues,

“We must fight this. A physically and intellectually disabled population is not in our interests.”

According to Dimrty’s recent article on the Kremlin report, Putin or someone involved with the report got fairly creative with this depiction of the average American as an “intensively vaccinated borderline autistic fat man slumped in front of a screen battling a high-fructose corn syrup comedown.”

The report states further that such tactics used by governments to subjugate their citizens are not only “dark/evil” but “counter-productive in the medium to long term.” Of course, these tactics suit the depopulation agenda, culling the herd’s “useless eaters” by controlling food and vaccinating everyone.

Most Americans would prefer to think that Putin is just an off-key communist tyrant. It’s easier to accept mainstream media infotainment, whilst maintaining their comforting illusions.

And this seems to be the comfort zone of the populous: ignoring their own government’s extreme corruption with its puppet at the head of internal corruption.

A prior example of this is when Venezuela’s Health Minister, under Hugo Chavez, removed Coca-Cola’s Zero sugar soda from its market. Instead of understanding the health issues of drinking diet drinks which contain aspartame, among other toxic ingredients, the socialism vs capitalism card was played and that move was considered an attack against “free enterprise”.

There is still a minority that understands that Putin is a dedicated nationalist and a man of his word, and not necessarily communist or capitalist man he is made out to be. His concerns are certainly more elevated than his puppet counterparts, which are owned by the major corporations of the western world. The Russian Bear has been awakened and it wants to remain clean, green and healthy.

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Articles by: Eco News Media

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