Obviously (what's the Left problem with GM food? + and global ization?)

James Heartfield Jim at heartfield.demon.co.uk
Thu Oct 19 09:14:33 PDT 2000

In message <01251FF6E3BCD21185740008C75DFC94048EC6BD at NSSCZEUSEX6>, Mikalac Norman S NSSC <MikalacNS at NAVSEA.NAVY.MIL> writes
>from the responses to date, i conclude that if socialized GM food were being
>produced and distributed through socialized globalization, then most of the
>listers would favor both GM and globalization. it's the capitalist versions
>that they don't like.

If that's the case, then why should one prefer capitalistically produced non-GM food to capitalistically produced GM food.

If the demand is for the socialisation of production, then I should certainly support it, but instead the demand seems to be for the defence of small businessmen, who, in my experience are even more reactionary than big businessmen.

-- James Heartfield

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