Another “safe and effective” Product People Have Been Deceived into Accepting for the Last Century

By John C. A. Manley recently published an article reporting how TV shows are being digitally remastered to cater to woke millennials. Many people didn’t realize it was satire.

I can understand why.

Already, classic novels are being scrubbed and edited to cater to far-left ideologies (if they haven’t been outright banned altogether). Re-woking TV shows to make them more “inclusive” doesn’t sound all that far-fetched.

But, yes, it was just a joke (I hope) put on by the pseudo-woke gang at In the same article, they propose a rather dystopian episode of Gilligan’s Island:

“When a box of seeds washes up on the island the castaways set to work making a vegetable garden. Little do they know that Gilligan had used the top of the box marked ‘GMO seeds Made in Wuhan, China’ to make a stool. Gillllligaaaannn! The Skipper transforms into a woman, the millionaire and his wife die, Ginger and Mary Ann mutate into bats, and the Professor comes down with Down syndrome. Will Gilligan, the only person on the island who doesn’t eat vegetables, be able to save his friends and then not be murdered by them?”

This brings up a point of a division that I’ve long noted between “liberals” and “conservatives” which, in recent years, has been sent into an ideological tailspin.

Traditionally, I’ve observed conservatives quite supportive of genetically modified organisms and the use of herbicides and pesticides in agriculture; while liberals were typically the organic granola-eating Gaia worshippers.

GMOs and pesticides were almost akin to fossil fuels, with the conservatives saying we can’t live without them, and the liberals saying they are destroying the planet.

But now, as I pointed out in a recent post, those on the conservative side of the agricultural debate are starting to realize that non-organic agriculture may be partly to blame for the unnatural rise in gender dysphoria and homosexuality — as well the ever-increasing incidents of heart disease, cancer and dementia (all of which were rarities in the 1800s).

For a deep dive into the evils of the world’s most widely used herbicide, check out Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer, and the Corruption of Science by veteran journalist Carey Gillam.

Here’s the blurb from the back cover:

“It’s the pesticide on our dinner plates, a chemical so pervasive it’s in the air we breathe, our water, our soil, and even found increasingly in our own bodies. Known as Monsanto’s Roundup by consumers, and as glyphosate by scientists, the world’s most popular weed killer is used everywhere from backyard gardens to golf courses to millions of acres of farmland. For decades it’s been touted as safe enough to drink, but a growing body of evidence indicates just the opposite, with research tying the chemical to cancers and a host of other health threats.”

More than an exposé, Whitewash is a page-turning story about farm families devastated by cancer, whistle-blowing scientists who’ve had their reputations destroyed and Big-Ag manipulating public perception about these “safe and effective” chemicals being sprayed all over our food (and then draining into our water supply).

John C. A. Manley is the author of the full-length novel, Much Ado About Corona: A Dystopian Love Story. He is currently working on the sequel, Brave New Normal. John lives in Stratford, Ontario, with his son Jonah, and the ever-present spirit of his late wife, Nicole. You read his full bio, find out more about his novel or subscribe to his Blazing Pine Cone email newsletter.


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