Monsanto lobbyist and former Greenpeace member Dr. Patrick Moore claims that Round Up weed killer is safe to drink, but refused a glass when offered. So basically, he said that this product is safe for humans to ingest and those who have attempted suicide fail because of the safety of this particular product.
When speaking with a journalist for French cable channel Canal+, Dr. Moore said that the weed killer is not dangerous to humans. He claimed that the active ingredient in the weed killer, glyphosate, has not caused increased cancer rates in Argentina.
So, if this product is so safe to drink, then why did he refuse the glass of it that was offered to him?
He told the journalist, “You can drink a whole quart of it and it won’t hurt you.”
When the journalist claimed to have some of the weed killer handy for him to drink a glass, at first, he said “Okay,” but then subsequently refused. He told the journalist, “I’m not stupid.”
The interviewer asked, “So, it’s dangerous?”
Dr. Moore replied, “It’s not dangerous to humans.”
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It appears that the World Health Organization would take issue with the claims that Dr. Patrick Moore is making about the safety of the product Round Up. The WHO’s cancer research center, the International Agency For Research On Cancer, classified the herbicide as “probably carcinogenic to humans.”
We would certainly rather take the word of the World Health Organization over the word of some stupid doctor who doesn’t know the meaning of the term: “put your money where your mouth is”. What a loser. Perhaps he should take a drink from the glass of weed killer – because his kind of thinking is an obvious cancer on society.
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