(8-13-13) Now that US grown Genetically Modified commodities like GM Corn, Soy, Wheat and Cotton are so prevalent in the world's markets, how does this relate to the fact that nation-states around the world are banning GM crops in Europe etc.?
Will this precipitate a parallel market in non-GMO commodities?
Even as Europe and India are banning Monsanto GM crops, what will happen to the global commodities market if this trend continues unabated?
Assuming that there is no intervention by governments, the planet's population is going to be 9 billion by the year 2050 and the assumption is that people will be dying because the planet can't keep pace with the increase in population.
The global trend, however, is that nation-states are refusing to import Monsanto, Syngenta, and Dow GM crops because they understand the dangers of untested Genetically Modified commodities.
Will the GM crop business then slowly wither away as the population becomes more aware of the toxic, untested and unsustainable nature of these crops?
Will the GM business die like the unsustainable Bushonian Cabal?