Question Re: BIOTECH, and other Euphemisms, Power Words
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- From: email@example.com (Peter M. Ligotti)
- Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 07:18:07 -0700 (PDT)
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I appreciate your question, Trevor.
Only those such as the GE industry
who think genetic engineering of food
is inevitable would want to consider those
three as one.
Why I would want to separate them? I've already
fully addressed that. Those three, drugs, conventional
crossbreeding, and GE food, already are totally distinct
and separate. I'm simply exposing the strategy of the
GE industry. (and that it's not gonna work)
The Genetic Engineering industry
wants to hide the fact that they are experimenting en masse
by Genetically Engineering the food supply.
Peter Michael Ligotti
Please use these words: Please avoid these words:
GE Industry Biotech
Genetic Engineering Industry Biotech Industry
Chemical Industry Biotech Companies
Genetic Engineering/Chemical Industry Biotech Multi-nationals
Genetic Engineering Companies Biotechnology
Genetic Engineering Multi-nationals Biotechnologists
Frankenstein Food Industry Biotech food scientists
Frankenfood Industry Food scientists
Genetically engineered food
Genetically manipulated food
Genetically tampered food
Test-tube created food
Peter M. Ligotti wrote:
> The genetic engineering industry wants to
> obfuscate what has been genetically engineered with
> what has been created with conventional crossbreeding.
> They want to lump drugs, conventional crossbreeding,
> and GE all together and call all these things "Biotech."
Why would you want to separate them?
(And what do you call those things when they are considered as one?)