Comité Para, the world’s first skeptical organisation, takes a new breath

The Comité Para convened its annual general assembly in Brussels last June. For a long time, the French-speaking Belgian association strived to get younger members and wanted to renew its board. And, finally, the general assembly has elected four new critical thinkers at its head. Jérémy Royaux has been elected president, Dorian Neerdael vice-president, Thomas Guiot secretary- treasurer and Emmanuel Marseille has become the assistant secretary.

They plan to give the Comité Para a new fresh start and they give themselves one year to revive the Comité. –See you soon

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Non-GMO GMO news

Activists in France destroyed a farm of non-GMO plant that was most probably created using mutation breeding. This technology is used since the 30th and some of the plants and plants created this way had not been the target of anti-GMO activists so far. Those had even been used in organic farming and product created from them had been sold as “natural” or “organic”. See for example here: Delicious mutant foods: Mutagenesis and the genetic modification controversy

Anti GMO activists now widen the definition of the enemy into such a scale that would practically include all plants and animals – including us.

English translation of the French news: Activists destroy conventional rapeseed (canola) fields in France, claiming they are GMOs