Another Jon Entine psychotic rant blasts Consumer Reports (CR) for discussing milk alternatives!

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According to Natural News, a recent issue of Consumer Reports (CR) discussing the popularity of processed milk alternatives, and whether or not people should drink them, has drawn the infamous pro-GMO vocalist Jon Entine from the depths. The Monsanto-affiliated former shill writer for Forbes spewed a real mouthful in a recent rant, lamenting CR’s decision to warn its readers about the possible presence of genetically modified (GM) soybean derivatives in commercial soy milk products.

The self-proclaimed science expert, who was exposed last fall for physically abusing his wife and daughter, murmured extensively on Forbes about CR’s betrayal of his personal — and verifiably financially motivated — opinions about GMOs, declaring the consumer advocacy group to have lost its credibility.

The CR report, which highlights test results showing that some milk alternatives contain heavy metals such as arsenic, for instance, notes in the soy milk category that “most soybeans are grown from genetically modified seeds,” which is inarguably true. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Economic Research Service (ERS) openly admits that, as per the latest data released in 2014, upwards of 94 percent of all soybeans grown in the U.S. today are GMO.

Entine doesn’t take issue with this particular statement as much as he does with what comes after — an urging by CR to basically avoid these transgenic poisons. Immediately following the information tidbit, CR warns its readers who drink processed soy milk to look for brands that contain the USDA organic seal or the non-GMO verified label, a warranted suggestion in light of the fact that herbicide-tolerant GM soybeans have been linked to decreased fertility, reduced body weight and increased mortality, not to mention the thyroid suppression, endocrine disruption and breast cancer in women, among other dangers.

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For more information, log onto:

http://www.naturalnews.com/048619_Jon_Entine_GMOs_Consumer_Reports.html#ixzz3RpCKSAdk

As explained on the Jon Entine page at TruthWiki.org:

Entine has also worked to undermine Saralini on Wikipedia, using the handle “runjonrun”. GM Watch was alerted by Wikipedia users to the fact that Entine was one of the early editors on a one-sided and originally potentially libellous Wikipedia article called “The Seralini affair”, which denigrated Seralini’s study and Seralini himself.

Entine, under the Wiki user name “runjonrun”, was active in vandalizing the article by rapidly deleting balancing information, for example, about the scientific support for Seralini’s study and the conflicts of interest among critics of the study.

In a previous Wiki spat, “runjonrun” had revealed his true identity as Jon Entine after upsetting other Wiki users by allegedly contravening Wiki conflict of interest guidelines and vandalising articles without justification.

To see some fascinating and interesting clips regarding the truth about Jon Entine and his personal and professional life, one can easily log onto:

http://naturalnews.com/047667_Jon_Entine_biotech_front_man_wife_abuser.html

http://www.naturalnews.com/047666_Jon_Entine_child_abuse_court_documents.html

http://www.naturalnews.com/047665_Jon_Entine_domestic_violence_Forbes.html#ixzz3RjereP6g

http://gmwatch.org/index.php/news/archive/2013/14800

http://www.propagandists.org/propagandists/jon-entine/

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