China Produces “Rice” Made From Plastic

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Raw Story reports:

China’s history with food safety is a rocky one, but even in the annals of robbery and abuse, this will go down in infamy.

Various reports in Singapore media have said that Chinese companies are mass producing fake rice made, in part, out of plastic, according to one online publication Very Vietnam.

The “rice” is made by mixing potatoes, sweet potatoes and plastic. The potatoes are first formed into the shape of rice grains. Industrial synthetic resins are then added to the mix. The rice reportedly stays hard even after being cooked.

The Korean-language Weekly Hong Kong reported that the fake rice is being sold in the Chinese town of Taiyuan, in Shaanxi province.

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  • Andrew

    Monsanto are wishing they thought of this.

  • Andrew

    Monsanto are wishing they thought of this.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

      That’s really hilarious. No really, you’re a retard. There’s a reason why credible scientists don’t protest GMOs. I don’t agree with Monsantos overuse of pesticides, but their use of genetic engineering is a step forward in agriculture. With GMO biotechnology toxic pesticides will be a thing of the past. Fields will generate more fruitful crops that are resistant to certain pests and other potentially threatening environmental events, without the need for hazardous synthetic chemicals. Humans have been genetically altering food for centuries. What do you think farmers do? Sometime this century we can grow meat without killing animals and shut down factory farms that harm the environment. Keeping food organic is nothing but naive piffle that conscientious people with little education about the food they eat tout religiously. .

      • 5by5

        LOL. “Credible scientists don’t oppose GMO”? Really?

        How are you defining “credible”? As perhaps “funded by Monsanto”?

        Come off it. You know damn well that PLENTY of scientist have serious reservations about this, to the point that their recommendations in Europe and elsewhere have been taken seriously enough to provoke the passage of laws not only mandating labeling but also in many cases mandating outright bans of the stuff. Additionally, the development of genetically manipulated “terminator” seed (in addition to seed manipulated to have a reliance on Monsanto’s chemicals) has caused huge “seed saving” movements in places like India, where this genetic manipulation has so decimated agriculture that farmers are committing suicide by the hundreds. Additionally, there is Norway’s Arctic “seed bank” which, in part, was provoked into creation by the desire to preserve seed DIVERSITY, as oppose to the kind of homogenization that is created by GMO produce.

        So at least you’re simply deluded as to the reality of this around the world, and at worst you’re a paid disinfo hack from Monsanto’s PR/grey hat marketing division engaging in intentional selective omission.

        One of the central differences between the kind of selection that farmers do, versus the kind of GMO manipulation is TIME. When a farmer saves seed, or selects for breeding, something which happens is that – for instance in the case of seed, the seed itself becomes adapted to the particulars of that soil on that land, and that environment, to become more fruitful. GMO seed does not benefit from this, and indeed tends to deplete the nutrients in the soil faster, and is frankly so new, at times we haven’t adequately tested what it’s long-term impact of introduction into the ecosystem will be. GMO corn for instance is devastating to native, more nutrient-rich and fruitful corn grown in the region since ancient Aztec/Mayan times.

        The notion that you can “control” this reminds me of that Jeff Goldblum line in Jurassic Park, “Life finds a way.”

        When you introduce a new species into an environment which has inherent aggressive survival instincts, you really can’t predict the ultimate results. And you certainly can’t control what impact cross breeding — literally on the wind – will have.

        Thus, “credible scientists” have concerns. Valid ones. Perhaps we shouldn’t be either so dismissive of those concerns, or so quick to adopt some scientific manipulation of the very foundation of life, without first considering the precautionary principle. We sure as hell didn’t do that with nuclear issues when science began fiddling with the foundation of matter. Perhaps that recklessness then, should inform our caution now.

        • chubby

          yeah, I was like wtf? besides, crossing the genetic lines has never been done, evolution or whatnot created a definite line, crossing those lines has never been done, and no one knows what the effects shall be.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

          “Life finds a way.”

          Of course it does. Evolution is an ongoing process. Every biologist that supports GMOs knows this. That’s why we need to evolve our technology. This isn’t Jurassic Park either. We’re manipulating genes as we always have, we’re just using a different method. While there may or may not be severe consequences, they can’t be worse than the ecological disruption all our human activities already produce. Your arguments are based on the chicken little syndrome. You are the reason why people think global warming advocates are lunatics.

          • chubby

            some of us who actually hybridize for vigor and other traits, think this thousands year old practice is somewhat different than short term profit imho

          • Captain Geoffrey T. Spaulding

            ‘Jennifer A’

            I think you’re either very young or very naive, or maybe your mother was prescribed some ‘perfectly safe’ medication by a company whose interests lay with their shareholders and/or accountants and NOT the general public. Or maybe they just added too much alcohol to the jar you came in, who knows !.

            But As a charitable kind of guy, I’m inclined to the former,
            You argument that GMO etc is ‘as good as safe’ because ‘It can’t be any worse than the ecolgical disruption we humans already produce’ is spuriously transparent. That’s like me walking up to you after you’d just been raped (for instance) and thinking ‘Well, maybe I should have a quick go myself before the ambulance turns up, AFTER ALL IT CAN’T BE ANY WORSE THAT WHAT’S ALREADY HAPPENED !’ (at least I assume, that is ( :-P) )
            You claim that we are simply ‘manipulating genes as we always have’ is also similarly palpably absurd, before Boyer,Cohen et al.in 1973 it was theoretically possible but in practice impossible, Selective breeding (which I think you are comparing it with) is hardly the same thing, and I quite sure that unless you are an idiot (a possibility I have not yet ruled out) you must realise this.
            (Imagine I invented ‘Rocket Powered Jet Pants- That could travel close to the speed of light, and then said ‘Of course their safe, we’re just moving from one place to another just like we have always done.’ You see the non sequitor in your claim now ?)

            Far from being a luddite I WORK in ‘technology; and you mentioned qualifications I HAVE TWO Degrees.
            But working in IT teaches you that most people are criminally ill-informed when it comes to technology, and the various Manufacturers and Sales Companies (and other con-men) exploit this fact. I would be greatly suprised if that was THE ONLY field in which such behaviour was the norm
            .
            Anyway. Jennifer as you skip down gum drop lane to you ginger bread house, where tha forest creatures help you with the housework I hope one day you have recourse to join the rest of us in the real world.
            or maybe your Daddy could buy you another Pony instead !

            Monsanto’s ‘terminator’ seed are a cynical and un-natural exploitation of both their customers and the very organisms they sell .with ideas like that I’m not suprised that BlackWater (or whatever their latest name is) mercenaries now do the ‘Security’ and ‘intelligence(!)’for Monsanto now.

            And to the guy that mentioned ‘Soylent Green’ – everytime I hear the term ‘Human Resources’ It makes me think of Soylent Green
            (I keep wanting to say ‘Human Resources IS PEOPLE !)

      • Toxiczen

        so making seeds for plants that cannot re-produce so farmers need to continue to but them “Profit” is progress? for really? not knowing the long term effects of GMO’s and doing it anyway? progress? for what more people? arent we the earths biggest problem pretty much?

      • Artor

        What, are you paid by Monsanto? Humans have been altering foods for millennia by selectively breeding them, not by introducing genes from some other organism, often not even in the same genus! Do you think Monsanto actually knows what unintended effects will happen when their monstrosities are released in the wild? Several yrs ago, they made corn that produced it’s own pesticides. Great idea! But it produced them in every part of the plant, even the kernels (making it unfit to eat) and the pollen, (killing off millions of migrating butterflies) The test fields were sterilized, (I hope) but those genes are still out there, cross-pollinating with food crops. Farmers in India are destroying Monsanto “test fields,” in the middle of their prime rice territory. I’m glad to see the Indians have more sense than stupid, ignorant Americans like yourself.
        BTW, can you define “credible scientist” Does that mean only industry scientists who you agree with?

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

          Great rebuttal. Yes, I am personally paid by Monsanto, as they are the only company producing genetically modified organisms, and they even go as far to pay the most well respected biologists and scientists to publicly support GMO use and research. You say the exact same thing all the other scientifically illiterate fools who spew the same anti-GMO rhetoric and completely ignorant of biology. How come most authors and public figures against GMOs don’t have science degrees? Maybe because they’re not scientists and have little knowledge of the subject they’re arguing against. Yes, most biologists support GMOS, that goes for Richard Dawkins, Carl Zimmer, Jared Diamond and the like. Everything we do to produce food and goods disrupts the balance of biodiversity in our ecosystems. We might as well kill ourselves off if we must vilify ourselves for inadvertently killing off species. As far as genes splicing goes, most of our DNA is the same as that of all fruits and vegetables we eat. How is putting one new gene in going to destroy the world anymore than regular genetic mutations do?

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3QIGXNT3SZCI44L6443AMVMRJA Chris

        Looks like someone is on the GMO payroll.

        Honestly, the cross-family or cross-kingdom gene splicing is what really troubles me. Putting Flounder genes in fruit is asking for trouble as is making bio-luminescent cats and putting super strength genes in spider monkeys.

      • Franklinthemerryturtle

        I find it very disheartening that people like yourself exist in the world today. first off, this chinese rice shit doesnt even make sense. secdondly, there is this thing called the food chain. things feed of eachother in this world, and when you stop them from being able to do that, the ripple effect is enormous. in germany, where very little of their food is genetically altered, they are reporting losses of 15% or so in bee populations. a pivital part of the food chain, the bees help pollinate plants like your precious corn, you evil monsanto bitch, and without the ability of pollination, plants do not reproduce. that means no more food. because animals eat plants, and if plants die, then the animals eat eachother, and when their all dead, there isn’t much life left, and shit will begin again, only this time without the arrogant cancer like species that genetically fucked itself over. however, in the stupid gay united states, they are reporting 80-90% loss in bee populations, where over 75% of their agricultural EVERYTHING NOT JUST CORN is genetically fucked with. even if my facts are not 100% accurate, your a stupid evil bitch and you’re the reason why most of our species missed the rapture with your stupid one track mind.

  • saint_al

    “The rice reportedly stays hard even after being cooked.”

    Sounds like the rice stays hard even after being shat!

  • saint_al

    “The rice reportedly stays hard even after being cooked.”

    Sounds like the rice stays hard even after being shat!

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Goddamit…at this rate, the Chinese will beat the US to Soylent Green. I’ll have to travel if I want to live my perfect Heston moment.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Goddamit…at this rate, the Chinese will beat the US to Soylent Green. I’ll have to travel if I want to live my perfect Heston moment.

  • WhiteRose

    Is it low-Cal :) no wonder they stay so skinny! I want plastic food now! WTF Washington?

    • Allyson

      LOL :D Yes, we want plastic food to stay skinny!!!

  • WhiteRose

    Is it low-Cal :) no wonder they stay so skinny! I want plastic food now! WTF Washington?

  • Ssameerlove

    hahaha, crazy they’re counterfeiting rice now.

  • Ssameerlove

    hahaha, crazy they’re counterfeiting rice now.

  • Adam

    That’s neat, and so innovative, I might as well just eat my plastic water bottle for supper, what a grand age we live in!

  • Adam

    That’s neat, and so innovative, I might as well just eat my plastic water bottle for supper, what a grand age we live in!

  • Allyson

    LOL :D Yes, we want plastic food to stay skinny!!!

  • Ironaddict06

    When you hear anyone say “I wish we could be more like China” please remind them of stories like this. As bad as it might seem living in the U.S. atleast you can provide a roof over your head, have clean water, and have real food.

  • Ironaddict06

    When you hear anyone say “I wish we could be more like China” please remind them of stories like this. As bad as it might seem living in the U.S. atleast you can provide a roof over your head, have clean water, and have real food.

  • Lichbros

    And here I though rice was the cheapest commodity on the planet. What this says is that after factoring in the cost of potatoes, plastic and other binders, and the fabrication of the rice-mold (assuming some form of mass production machine here and not a room of grannies making white blatties) its still cheaper to manufacture fake rice than to grow it. Funky.

  • Lichbros

    And here I though rice was the cheapest commodity on the planet. What this says is that after factoring in the cost of potatoes, plastic and other binders, and the fabrication of the rice-mold (assuming some form of mass production machine here and not a room of grannies making white blatties) its still cheaper to manufacture fake rice than to grow it. Funky.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

    That’s really hilarious. No really, you’re a retard. There’s a reason why credible scientists don’t protest GMOs. I don’t agree with Monsantos overuse of pesticides, they’re use of genetic engineering is a step forward in agriculture. With GMO biotechnology toxic pesticides will be a thing of the past. Fields will generate more fruitful crops that are resistant to certain pests and other potentially threatening environmental events. Humans have been genetically modifying food for centuries. What do you think farmers do?

  • 5by5

    Rice is such a centerpiece of Chinese society and economy, this is huge. They executed some of the business geeks who were responsible for the melamine scandal — I shudder to think what they’re going to do against whoever the idiot was who came up with this little idea….

    But yeah, Monsanto is probably looking at this and kicking themselves that they didn’t come up with this.

  • 5by5

    Rice is such a centerpiece of Chinese society and economy, this is huge. They executed some of the business geeks who were responsible for the melamine scandal — I shudder to think what they’re going to do against whoever the idiot was who came up with this little idea….

    But yeah, Monsanto is probably looking at this and kicking themselves that they didn’t come up with this.

  • 5by5

    LOL. “Credible scientists don’t oppose GMO”? Really?

    How are you defining “credible”? As perhaps “funded by Monsanto”?

    Come off it. You know damn well that PLENTY of scientist have serious reservations about this, to the point that their recommendations in Europe and elsewhere have been taken seriously enough to provoke the passage of laws not only mandating labeling but also in many cases mandating outright bans of the stuff. Additionally, the development of genetically manipulated “terminator” seed (in addition to seed manipulated to have a reliance on Monsanto’s chemicals) has caused huge “seed saving” movements in places like India, where this genetic manipulation has so decimated agriculture that farmers are committing suicide by the hundreds. Additionally, there is Norway’s Arctic “seed bank” which, in part, was provoked into creation by the desire to preserve seed DIVERSITY, as oppose to the kind of homogenization that is created by GMO produce.

    So at least you’re simply deluded as to the reality of this around the world, and at worst you’re a paid disinfo hack from Monsanto’s PR/grey hat marketing division engaging in intentional selective omission.

    One of the central differences between the kind of selection that farmers do, versus the kind of GMO manipulation is TIME. When a farmer saves seed, or selects for breeding, something which happens is that – for instance in the case of seed, the seed itself becomes adapted to the particulars of that soil on that land, and that environment, to become more fruitful. GMO seed does not benefit from this, and indeed tends to deplete the nutrients in the soil faster, and is frankly so new, at times we haven’t adequately tested what it’s long-term impact of introduction into the ecosystem will be. GMO corn for instance is devastating to native, more nutrient-rich and fruitful corn grown in the region since ancient Aztec/Mayan times.

    The notion that you can “control” this reminds me of that Jeff Goldblum line in Jurassic Park, “Life finds a way.”

    When you introduce a new species into an environment which has inherent aggressive survival instincts, you really can’t predict the ultimate results. And you certainly can’t control what impact cross breeding — literally on the wind – will have.

    Thus, “credible scientists” have concerns. Valid ones. Perhaps we shouldn’t be either so dismissive of those concerns, or so quick to adopt some scientific manipulation of the very foundation of life, without first considering the precautionary principle. We sure as hell didn’t do that with nuclear issues when science began fiddling with the foundation of matter. Perhaps that recklessness then, should inform our caution now.

  • chubby

    yeah, I was like wtf? besides, crossing the genetic lines has never been done, evolution or whatnot created a definite line, crossing those lines has never been done, and no one knows what the effects shall be.

  • chubby

    yeah, I was like wtf? besides, crossing the genetic lines has never been done, evolution or whatnot created a definite line, crossing those lines has never been done, and no one knows what the effects shall be.

  • chubby

    yeah, I was like wtf? besides, crossing the genetic lines has never been done, evolution or whatnot created a definite line, crossing those lines has never been done, and no one knows what the effects shall be.

  • Toxiczen

    so making seeds for plants that cannot re-produce so farmers need to continue to but them “Profit” is progress? for really? not knowing the long term effects of GMO’s and doing it anyway? progress? for what more people? arent we the earths biggest problem pretty much?

  • Anonymous

    What, are you paid by Monsanto? Humans have been altering foods for millennia by selectively breeding them, not by introducing genes from some other organism, often not even in the same genus! Do you think Monsanto actually knows what unintended effects will happen when their monstrosities are released in the wild? Several yrs ago, they made corn that produced it’s own pesticides. Great idea! But it produced them in every part of the plant, even the kernels (making it unfit to eat) and the pollen, (killing off millions of migrating butterflies) The test fields were sterilized, (I hope) but those genes are still out there, cross-pollinating with food crops. Farmers in India are destroying Monsanto “test fields,” in the middle of their prime rice territory. I’m glad to see the Indians have more sense than stupid, ignorant Americans like yourself.

  • http://hubpages.com/hub/DNA-Freight-reviews-demitri-Temesov dna freight

    Maybe Chinese is trying to develop food the will help their people. For me it is better to eat cereal, wheat and natural rice. That plastic rice is not yet introduce here in the Philippines and I don’t know what is the side effect of that artificial rice to our health. It is my first time to read that kind of rice made by Chinese.

  • http://hubpages.com/hub/DNA-Freight-reviews-demitri-Temesov dna freight

    Maybe Chinese is trying to develop food the will help their people. For me it is better to eat cereal, wheat and natural rice. That plastic rice is not yet introduce here in the Philippines and I don’t know what is the side effect of that artificial rice to our health. It is my first time to read that kind of rice made by Chinese.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

    Great rebuttal. Yes, I am personally paid by Monsanto, as they are the only company producing genetically modified organisms, and they even go as far to pay the most well respected biologists and scientists to publicly support GMO use and research. You say the exact same thing all the other scientifically illiterate fools who spew the same anti-GMO rhetoric and completely ignorant of biology. How come most authors and public figures against GMOs don’t have science degrees? Maybe because they’re not scientists and have little knowledge of the subject they’re arguing against. Yes, most biologists support GMOS, that goes for Richard Dawkins, Carl Zimmer, Jared Diamond and the like. Everything we do to produce food and goods disrupts the balance of biodiversity in our ecosystems. We might as well kill ourselves off if we must vilify ourselves for inadvertently killing off species. As far as genes splicing goes, most of our DNA is the same as that of all fruits and vegetables we eat. How is putting one new gene in going to destroy the world anymore than regular genetic mutations do?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

    “Life finds a way.”

    Of course it does. Evolution is an ongoing process. Every biologist that supports GMOs knows this. That’s why we need to evolve our technology. This isn’t Jurassic Park either. We’re manipulating genes as we always have, we’re just using a different method. While there may or may not be severe consequences, they can’t be worse than the ecological disruption all our human activities already produce. Your arguments are based on the chicken little syndrome. You are the reason why people think global warming advocates are lunatics.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

    “Life finds a way.”

    Of course it does. Evolution is an ongoing process. Every biologist that supports GMOs knows this. That’s why we need to evolve our technology. This isn’t Jurassic Park either. We’re manipulating genes as we always have, we’re just using a different method. While there may or may not be severe consequences, they can’t be worse than the ecological disruption all our human activities already produce. Your arguments are based on the chicken little syndrome. You are the reason why people think global warming advocates are lunatics.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FYH67T7YQ5BDBFA4L3NY72TNA4 Jennifer A

    “Life finds a way.”

    Of course it does. Evolution is an ongoing process. Every biologist that supports GMOs knows this. That’s why we need to evolve our technology. This isn’t Jurassic Park either. We’re manipulating genes as we always have, we’re just using a different method. While there may or may not be severe consequences, they can’t be worse than the ecological disruption all our human activities already produce. Your arguments are based on the chicken little syndrome. You are the reason why people think global warming advocates are lunatics.

  • chubby

    some of us who actually hybridize for vigor and other traits, think this thousands year old practice is somewhat different than short term profit imho

  • disinformationist

    Jennifer, This website’s slogan applies directly to you. That’s all.

  • disinformationist

    Jennifer, This website’s slogan applies directly to you. That’s all.

  • Gasface

    Hey Jennifer, send me your address so I can personally cornhole you. I assume you would prefer the GMO variety you ignorant bitch.

  • Henry Haks

    Make it tasty but indigestible and there goes the obesity problem.

  • Henry Haks

    Make it tasty but indigestible and there goes the obesity problem.

  • Dunzain

    It seems to be the other way around sometimes. Plastic in chinese laptops mixed with rice..

  • Dunzain

    It seems to be the other way around sometimes. Plastic in chinese laptops mixed with rice..

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3QIGXNT3SZCI44L6443AMVMRJA Chris

    Looks like someone is on the GMO payroll.

    Honestly, the cross-family or cross-kingdom gene splicing is what really troubles me. Putting Flounder genes in fruit is asking for trouble as is making bio-luminescent cats and putting super strength genes in spider monkeys.

  • Captain Geoffrey T. Spaulding

    ‘Jennifer A’

    I think you’re either very young or very naive, or maybe your mother was prescribed some ‘perfectly safe’ medication by a company whose interests lay with their shareholders and/or accountants and NOT the general public. Or maybe they just added too much alcohol to the jar you came in, who knows !.

    But As a charitable kind of guy, I’m inclined to the former,
    You argument that GMO etc is ‘as good as safe’ because ‘It can’t be any worse than the ecolgical disruption we humans already produce’ is spuriously transparent. That’s like me walking up to you after you’d just been raped (for instance) and thinking ‘Well, maybe I should have a quick go myself before the ambulance turns up, AFTER ALL IT CAN’T BE ANY WORSE THAT WHAT’S ALREADY HAPPENED !’ (at least I assume, that is ( :-P) )
    You claim that we are simply ‘manipulating genes as we always have’ is also similarly palpably absurd, before Boyer,Cohen et al.in 1973 it was theoretically possible but in practice impossible, Selective breeding (which I think you are comparing it with) is hardly the same thing, and I quite sure that unless you are an idiot (a possibility I have not yet ruled out) you must realise this.
    (Imagine I invented ‘Rocket Powered Jet Pants- That could travel close to the speed of light, and then said ‘Of course their safe, we’re just moving from one place to another just like we have always done.’ You see the non sequitor in your claim now ?)

    Far from being a luddite I WORK in ‘technology; and you mentioned qualifications I HAVE TWO Degrees.
    But working in IT teaches you that most people are criminally ill-informed when it comes to technology, and the various Manufacturers and Sales Companies (and other con-men) exploit this fact. I would be greatly suprised if that was THE ONLY field in which such behaviour was the norm
    .
    Anyway. Jennifer as you skip down gum drop lane to you ginger bread house, where tha forest creatures help you with the housework I hope one day you have recourse to join the rest of us in the real world.
    or maybe your Daddy could buy you another Pony instead !

    Monsanto’s ‘terminator’ seed are a cynical and un-natural exploitation of both their customers and the very organisms they sell .with ideas like that I’m not suprised that BlackWater (or whatever their latest name is) mercenaries now do the ‘Security’ and ‘intelligence(!)’for Monsanto now.

    And to the guy that mentioned ‘Soylent Green’ – everytime I hear the term ‘Human Resources’ It makes me think of Soylent Green
    (I keep wanting to say ‘Human Resources IS PEOPLE !)

  • Franklinthemerryturtle

    I find it very disheartening that people like yourself exist in the world today. first off, this chinese rice shit doesnt even make sense. secdondly, there is this thing called the food chain. things feed of eachother in this world, and when you stop them from being able to do that, the ripple effect is enormous. in germany, where very little of their food is genetically altered, they are reporting losses of 15% or so in bee populations. a pivital part of the food chain, the bees help pollinate plants like your precious corn, you evil monsanto bitch, and without the ability of pollination, plants do not reproduce. that means no more food. because animals eat plants, and if plants die, then the animals eat eachother, and when their all dead, there isn’t much life left, and shit will begin again, only this time without the arrogant cancer like species that genetically fucked itself over. however, in the stupid gay united states, they are reporting 80-90% loss in bee populations, where over 75% of their agricultural EVERYTHING NOT JUST CORN is genetically fucked with. even if my facts are not 100% accurate, your a stupid evil bitch and you’re the reason why most of our species missed the rapture with your stupid one track mind.

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