This is a comment attached to this post, that I had to ‘promote’ to an entire post:
The new wave of anti-organic propaganda: organic food is bad for the environment!
And last week, the “7 Myths Of Organic Food” debunked by Robert Johnston, who claims to be an ‘environmental expert’ but I can’t find his credentials anywhere. “these foods are an indugence the world can’t afford, argues environmental expert Rob Johnston”.
“Robert Johnston is a doctor and freelance journalist. He was an executive producer for Lifetime Television in New York and medical adviser for the Millennium Dome Body Zone.”
His ‘article first appeared online before the Indescribablybad picked it up.
If these studies and articles have not been funded and placed by BigAgro then I’m a monkey’s uncle. The thrust of these articles is that only by intensive, chemical-driven farming can we save the world. And we’ll be healthier too.
Smacks of desperation, with a whiff of fear.
It in fact, stinks.
When someone who has the brain of a researcher and who is honest turns the fire-hose of their logic onto these subjects, the shiny surface gets washed away to reveal the pure dirty evil underneath.
Note how it is the usual suspects who eagerly regurgitate the PR lies.