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  • Paperback: 296 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 21, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1494975327
  • ISBN-13: 978-1494975326
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #794,992 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Charles Sutherland was educated at schools and universities in the United States and Europe, including the University of Vienna and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has been an international businessman for over 30 years, with travel to over 60 countries. He has launched a variety of corporations and philanthropic organizations in the United States, Europe (including the Soviet Union), and the Middle East. He has also been Director of Development of The Washington Times, and author of numerous articles and several books, including Disciples of Destruction: The Religious Origins of War and Terrorism; Character for Champions; Red Tape: Adventure Capitalism in the New Russia (co-author); Clash of the Gods (co-author); and The Poison Planters. He has two sons and lives in the Washington, DC area.

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This is an important book. It is not a comforting read. This is not about the gradual natural, 'Mendelian' genetic selection practiced in agriculture by our great grandparents and their forerunners in many civilizations around the World for millennia. The subject goes to the very foundation of the lucrative and increasingly common practice of development, production and use of genetically modified plants and animals, which form a ever-widening foundation of big agricultural and animal husbandry companies.

The author, Charles Sutherland, does a great service to us all by systemically and logically reviewing the myriad of serious health implications of GMO products for our people and planet in ways both large and small. The author has a bias to be sure, but it is an informed and educated bias: he is uncompromising in his advocacy for healthy food products for consumption by people and in expressing his concern for the serious potential risks and hazards to the environment occasioned by use genetically modified plants and animals. This book too is a jeremiad, but one which cannot be dismissed. Mr. Sutherland has painstakingly collected and summarized world class research from inside and outside of the United States. His compendium reminds us that many ethical and brilliant persons around the world have serious, scientifically well founded concerns and reservations about the real and potential inherent dangers to human health and to the environment from the proliferation of genetically modified plants and animals.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on July 27, 2014
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At last, a reference guide on GMO for the concerned consumer who at a minimum has become cautious about eating foods derived from genetically modified organisms. This GMO Food Poison Handbook was compiled by Charles Sutherland and establishes a marker in an area where the breadth of the research does not reflect the importance of the issue -- food and environmental quality and the health and survival of all living things.

Mr. Sutherland has done the best job of anyone to date in providing us with a guide to the known and potential dangers from GMO agricultural practices and GMO foods. This was clearly a labor of love by the author/compiler.

From the outset the now multi-billion dollar GMO industry had major investors and benefactors. Ever since the Rockefeller Foundation and Monsanto joined together to launch research trials of genetically modified organisms in order to 'feed the world,' and then brought in US AID as the US government partner, there has been a certain inevitability that GMO agriculture will advance. Agchem and biotech companies were already wealthy and powerful at the time they told their shareholders that future profits needing the laboratory development of seeds and control of the world's food supply with new seeds that they could patent. The Handbook gives us the data on just how much profit Monsanto and others are making from food they created in the laboratory.

The GMO Food Poison Handbook's reference material awakens us to the disdain the profiteers of the GMO industry have for the well-being of anyone except, well, themselves. A reader has only to open up to a page and read any passage to realize that this little handbook is very important, because it is essential to be informed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kristian Watkins on July 27, 2014
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The GMO Poison Handbook is extremely informative and well cited. As a reference, it is very approachable.
Sutherland sheds light on the revolving door between the government (..."for the people"...) and companies like Monsanto willing to poison, for profit.
These well documented studies and sources demonstrate unequivocally, that GMO food is quietly under nourishing the population, and even causing permanent irrepeperable harm to its consumers.
It is truly scary.
We don't know the extent to which the food supply has become tainted.
We don't when we are eating what agro lobbied to be called a food equivalent.
We don't know the full extent to which these these creations cause harm to people and animals alike, and what we do know is damning!
Finally it is prophetically misguided to allow someone to own patents to building blocks of life.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tim S on July 28, 2014
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Good resource for under published research quashed by billions of dollars in advertising, lobbying, and discrediting academics. The tide is rising against companies like Monsanto. Like the boy crying "the Emperor has no clothes," Mr. Sutherland cries out what people have become scared to say, "GMOs are dangerous and we need more unbiased research."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chip Deyerle on July 12, 2014
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I believe that GMO Food Poison Handbook is very thoroughly researched work that takes us through the inordinate depth of the food processing , from preparing the soil, planting the seeds and dropping the curtain on just what happens when food get processed for profit. Is there no end to the devious ways the marketers can pass off something as "properly nutritional. Just ask a diabetic what should or should not be eaten. Charles Sutherlin pulls back the covers and exposes a diabolical mess with our agricultural and food processors attempts to put a nutritious face on what we eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Al the while, the producers profit, the medical profession prospers, and the funeral homes do the rest. Is there no hope for our present society? Are we doomed to extinction from what we eat? The doctors know the real answer. Just ask your doctor if what Charles Sutherlin has shared in GMO Food Poison Handbook is correct. You will be doubly shocked..
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Charles Sutherland was educated at schools and universities in the United States and Europe, including the University of Vienna and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has been an international businessman for over 30 years, with travel to over 60 countries. He has launched a variety of corporations and philanthropic organizations in the United States, Europe (including the Soviet Union), and the Middle East. He has also been Director of Development of The Washington Times, and author of numerous articles and several books, including "Disciples of Destruction: The Religious Origins of War and Terrorism"; "Character for Champions"; "Red Tape: Adventure Capitalism in the New Russia" (co-author);"Clash of the Gods" (co-author); and "The Poison Planters: Sowing the Seeds of Global Genetic Genocide." He has two children and lives in the Washington, DC area.
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