(NaturalNews) Here's something exciting you just can't miss: a new "GMO mini-summit" has been announced by Jeffrey Smith and John Robbins, and it's FREE to register and listen in. The mini-summit begins in two weeks (Oct. 25 - 27) and features remarkable guest speakers like Ken Cook, Rachel Parent, Andrew Kimbrell, Vandana Shiva, Robyn O'Brien, and of course Jeffrey Smith and John Robbins.
In case you're wondering, I was not able to participate in this mini-summit, but I wholly support its key founders Jeffrey Smith and John Robbins, and I'm passionate about their mission. Truthfully, I've been too deeply involved in the groundbreaking project Natural News will be announcing around Christmas, and I simply haven't had time to get involved in much else lately.
But just like you, I'll be listening intently to this mini-summit so that I can stay up to speed on the latest need-to-know information about GMOs, our health and the environmental outlook for the entire planet.
This GMO mini-summit is yet one more way that the online activism community is breaking new ground and empowering people with precisely the kind of knowledge the mainstream media would never dare broadcast. By listening to this summit, you are discovering hugely empowering truths the status quo does not want you to know. This summit is, in effect, the best example of what "they" don't want you to know about GMOs.
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