sorry, it a bit long.
As world wars become more complex, those who control the food seed chain will ultimately weaponise food, having the power to decide who lives and who dies.
[COLOR=rgb(243, 121, 52)] [B]The genetic engineering process that brings about GMO food; [/B]
"DNA strands are cultured in a bacterium and inserted into the host plant’s nucleus using a [COLOR=rgb(124, 112, 107)]virus[COLOR=rgb(243, 121, 52)] - “Bacterium” and “virus”
The supplier who owns the patent to the seeds is the only one who can sell or authorise the sale of the seeds. Farmers cannot grow food from the seeds of a previous GMO harvest even on small patches, which will have dire consequences to food safety and security. A Canadian canola farmer, Percy Schmeiser, was sued for growing a company’s Roundup-tolerant canola without paying any royalty or “technology fee.” Companies which hold Patent to GMO seeds have been going after farmers whom the companies suspects of using GMO seeds without paying royalties
Farmers in Kenya must be prepared to pay technology fees if they should regrow GMO seeds.
Eventually, as can be expected of a third world country, whose people are dimmed only good for slave labour; the seeds could get withheld or too expensive; a precious commodity, as gold, oil and gas; we get cornered \ blackmailed to surrender large chunks of productive land, Forests and Parks such as, Mau forest, the Amboseli etc.
Kenya is mainly an agricultural country dependant on horticultural exports for foreign revenue. Many countries we export to have banned GMO food imports, yet others do not even permit GMO to be grown in their countries. Some of our markets are now seeking out organically grown crops.
What plan does Kwanza Kenya have for the farmers in Kenyan now that they have surrendered to the seed patent holders. Let us remember, one GMO producing field in a village, would disqualify(for export) all other crops from a large section of the entire village due proximity of the GMO crop.