Thus far, however, GE applications in agriculture have only made the problems of industrial monocropping worse. Rather than supporting a more sustainable agriculture and food system with broad societal benefits, the technology has been employed in ways that reinforce problematic industrial approaches to agriculture. Policy decisions about the use of GE have too often been driven by biotech industry public relations campaigns, rather than by what science tells us about the most cost-effective ways to produce abundant food and preserve the health of our farmland.
Excuse me, but you must not be in a religious position if you believe that this is correct. "You do not mind working in our country"? Well perhaps we do not want you to work in our country if you are morally and spiritually incorrect and will help in the destruction in our country. Genetic mutation is exactly how it sounds. A mutation. It is not a "beautiful creation" or any of that misunderstanding bull. It is a game that scientists play in order to get their little awards. God did not create these things this way. They are what they are for a reason. Ever heard the phrase "science only goes so far and then comes God"? Science can only go so far in its limitations before they hit a brick wall. God created those animals to be the way that He functional them to be, not puppets of scientist.
Companies that produce GMOs have far more power to determine how these technologies get used than people around the world who are affected by them. Biotech companies severely restrict the ability of independent scientists to investigate the health and environmental impacts of GMO crops since patent laws give GMO manufacturers the legal power to determine how their seeds get used, both in farming and research. Thus, independent research is often subject to seed company approval. There is also a profound lack of funding available for independent science on the safety and efficacy of GMOs.