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  • File Size: 314 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
  • Publisher: Kanthan Publishing; 2 edition (April 30, 2013)
  • Publication Date: April 30, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CMLP460
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,963 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Chris Kanthan lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, has traveled to more than 30 countries, and deeply cares about politics, finance and food. He has degrees in Physics and Engineering with a minor in Economics (and, just for fun, a diploma in Paralegal).

A sample of his works:
* Interview about "Deconstructing Monsanto" http://bit.ly/10XQQ3U
* How GMO-free Diet Changed My Life http://bit.ly/17SwKSS
* Greece Crisis 2015 - What The Media is Not Telling You http://bit.ly/1KIWstM
* About Fake Food http://bit.ly/17k1sAS
* March Against Monsanto http://bit.ly/19RyWoB
* About our Fake Economy & Fake Capitalism http://bit.ly/1ucghRJ
* GMO Labeling and Prop 37 http://bit.ly/NUkhlS
* Understanding the Troubling Trends in America http://bit.ly/1vl7zxm
* Elections in Greece http://bit.ly/JhH1ey
* The Fed's Giant Ponzi Scheme http://bit.ly/1QP3C4R
* Why we shouldn't go to war with Syria http://bit.ly/183Lt8o
* Lessons in Economics from Thailand http://bit.ly/1dxVvES
* Crisis in Ukraine: In-depth Discussion http://bit.ly/1cS15hz
* Zombie Economy, Living Bubble http://bit.ly/1SIwU2q
* The Vaccine Conundrum http://bit.ly/1AcGVgI
* Marketing for Activists http://bit.ly/12zBFlH
* Facebook Valuation http://bit.ly/Jwegf0
* Obama's Debate Performance: http://bit.ly/10dsjIJ

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Esquer on May 19, 2013
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Deconstructing Monsanto by Chris Kanthan is a hugely impactful book that will literally take only an hour or two of your time to read. What do I mean by "impactful"? This book is written in a conversational, non-preachy way but you will never look at food the same way again after you read it. And that's a good thing.

In a span of 16 years, Monsanto -- best known for being the chemical company responsible for Agent Orange and Roundup -- has taken over the food supply of Americans (and much of the rest of the world). With no oversight by the FDA or any other regulatory agency, the company has pumped our food full of carcinogens. As much as 70 percent of the food in your average grocery store is GMO and full of poison. Is it any wonder that our food is making us sicker and not giving us the nutrients we need? How do you feel about feeding your family this kind of food?

The author has done a great job showing why assurances that GMO crops are safe are empty promises. The truth is, nobody knows the longterm impacts of GMO exposure (because Monsanto has effectively shut down scientific studies), but it doesn't take a genius to understand that if most of the food you eat is GMO (which it is), you're consuming vast amounts of herbicide. You know: That stuff you're supposed to not inhale or have touch your skin when you're spraying the weeds in your backyard.

If you're at all curious about what the big deal about GMO food is, why people around the world are leading movements to label GMOs, and why entire countries have managed to outright ban GMOs and Monsanto -- this easily digestible book is for you. I highly recommend it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Gray on August 2, 2014
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This book about the role of Monsanto in connecting the world's food supply with deadly chemicals and the livelihood of farmers--to the detriment of all living beings on Planet Earth--is gripping, infomative, and delivers a devastating warning. Chris Kanthan has researched the role of Monsanto--from its production of Agent Orange during the American war in Vietnam to its world-wide lobbying strategy (including its success in having the FDA whitewash the terrible differences between GMO crops and their ancient antecedants)---and has found an effective way to tell the painful truths that lurk within this continuing story. He sets up a dialogue between "me" and "friend" that allows the reader to learn about research into the horrors of GMO crops, and the brutal tactics being used to make farmers, distributors, and consumers dependent on them (provided by "me"), through the kinds of erroneous assumptions that most of us ("friend") must have, given the huge lobbying and advertising budgets expended by Monsanto to keep us all in the dark--until it is too late to do anything about it and all the ancient bounty of Gaia, evolved over the eons, have been replaced by GMO equivalents--which are not equivalents. They just look similar-- like the replacements in "The Body Snatchers". Soon it may be too late for us to wake up . . .
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By billworld on May 6, 2013
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This piece is quite well done. The conversational approach is very accessible. But that doesn't mean its short on hard data, facts and links to reputable sources to support arguments. This piece should appeal to:

1) People who know nothing about GMOs
2) Ardent anti-GMO folks who are looking for a good place to point non-believers
3) Pro-GMO folks who are open to better understanding the topic
4) Anyone who wants to absorb "controversial" information in a pleasant non-confrontational conversation-like manner

In the end this topic is really about common sense and I believe Chris demonstrates a lot of that in this piece.

Buy this--as I have--and encourage others to as well!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Buvana Sankar on May 5, 2013
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Hey Chris,

What a meticulous and methodical research you have done!

I had read some media reports recently, about the GM crops, the herbicides and pesticides that are in use nowadays. Those reports gave me an impression that they are well researched, tested and very safe to use. So I never bothered to check for a label in any of the products (American/Indian) that are marketed in India. Just can't believe that FDA or EPA just approves them without testing them. No wonder cancer, obesity, infertility and other new health issues are on the rise!

Suing the farmers for pollination, which is a natural event and monopolizing the whole world by causing imbalance in the ecosystem...just can't understand how some people can be that evil! Won't their conscience hurt? What will Monsanto's bigwigs and government policy makers feed their family? Organic food?

[Speaking of Organic foods, are they 'truly organic'? It would be nice if you could throw some light on this matter.]

And to see that GM seeds are being introduced by Monsanto in India, is really scary!!
The hyperlinks at the appropriate places to support your argument in this book, has given me more information to extend my hands in support and spread the awareness to my near and dear ones!

This book has surely made an impact on what I will eat and feed my family from now.

Keep up the good work.

Buvana Sankar.
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