If go on the social media and visit some of Hawaii anti-GMO activist pages, here’s some of the typical things you see on there…
What does all of these images share? It’s all about fear mongering. There is no evidence that goes along with many of these pictures and memes, but just the image alone is powerful enough to convince activists of some horrible outcome as the result of any farm other than organic ones. No one ever seems to crosscheck these statements either and thousands of people just believe without a hint of skepticism.
My grandfather was one of those folks that saw things and just believed it. He loved to watch wrestling and was convinced that it was real. My dad would tell him that the stuff he was watching was faked and scripted, to which he’d say, “No way, it’s real!” The funniest thing was that when there was news of Neil Armstrong landing on the moon, he refused to believe it and said that it was fake.
The old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words still applies to this day as we are seeing with our anti-GMO activists. These pictures that are constantly being put out there on the social media to people who lack that ability to scratch their heads and say, “Now is that for real or what?” Neither to many of these folks even know how Google operates to pull up the fear laden sites too when they do a search.
It is of no surprise that the fear lovers are going to start up once again by bringing in Tyrone Hayes in May. They have lost their love our RoundUp and didn’t succeed in getting Senator Josh Green to ban it. Their newest love affair is now with Atrazine and Tyrone Hayes.
Before the anti-GMO club goes berserk on this year’s chemical, Atrazine, let me show you how to do the head scratch bit before you just believe it all. You can read more about the selective reporting done by the author of the article posted by the Babes Against Biotech too.
I’m no Google search expert by no means but I am always asking to debunk things because I don’t straight out believe it. If you enter into Google “debunk Tyrone Hayes” this is what you’ll get in this search.
If you do another Google search, with Tyrone Hayes and Atrazine, you get a slightly different picture with a bit more of the activist sites like Democracy Now and his own page, Atrazine Lovers. His academic papers also come up on the top of the search.
If you’re afraid of reading too many words on Google, like most activists, then you’d scurry on over to their next best research site, YouTube. What do we find on YouTube when we search for Tyrone Hayes? Let’s see.
Holy Atrazine-ites! All you get is activist videos that are full of fear mongering. Typical anti-GMO ways again.
When Tyrone Hayes shows up in Hawaii in May, you know what to expect. You’ll get the same kind of message that came along with Dr. Huber, Stephanie Seneff, Andrew Kimbrell, Vandana Shiva, Hector Valenzuela, and others. I also start to wonder, who’s funding these folks to have nice Hawaiian vacations on many of the islands. Are they doing this out of the kindness of their hearts? Hmmm…