| Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money is a 60 minute, award winning film by Bertram Verhaag about GMOs and the need for the independence of science. Nearly 95% of genetic engineering research is paid for and controlled by international corporations such as Monsanto. This film exposes how these globalist companies manipulate and suppress scientific research to hide the dangers of genetically altered plants and animals.
Using stunning visuals filmed on three continents, veteran German
filmmaker Bertram Verhaag tracks the fate of two scientists at the
hands of a multi-billion dollar industry that is desperate to hide the
dangers of their genetically modified organisms (GMOs). When scientist Arpad Pusztai reported that genetically modified (GM) foods caused serious health problems in rats, he was a hero at his prestigious UK institute--for two days. But after two phone calls (apparently) from the Prime Minister's office, he was fired, gagged and mercilessly attacked. When UC Berkeley professor Ignacio Chapela discovered GM corn contamination in Mexico, he too faced a firestorm of distortion and denial that left him struggling to salvage his career. Find out how the biotech industry "engineers" the truth and what they are trying to hide from you. Their
stories not only illustrate the danger of corporate control of
scientific research, but also the serious risks of the new generation of
gene-spliced food and crops.
DVD also includes a 30 minute bonus film. Monster Salmon documents how one private company, now supported by the US FDA, wants their patented, genetically engineered, super-sized salmon in the food supply. However, critics warn of dire consequences to our health and the decimation of the natural fish populations.