GMO Dangers: Genetic Engineering—Hidden Killer of our Health 1/2

80% of the babies they examined
had Bt toxin in their umbilical cords. This is not a GMO.
But it's GVM – genetically modified microorganisms. And we don't want that stuff anymore.
100% of the sugar beet in America is genetically modified. 100%. Is GMO Really Unnatural? Well, let's do some.
If you wear Bt cotton clothing , you are carrying a pesticide. No wonder there is an
incredible increase in skin problems , especially among children. They just don't want to
perceive this broader worldview. Because it means they are
no longer doing business. Hello! I'll try to speak as slowly
as possible so the translators can follow me
because it's a very tough job. But I have 300 slides
and only half an hour … So let's see
how far we can get.

OK? I'm going to talk about GMOs –
genetically modified organisms. And I would like to briefly introduce what they are and how they are made
so that we can see how unnatural they are. And then I'll tell you a little bit about its impact on the ground. And
I will also address the effects of pesticides on the soil. OK? And in the end, hopefully, we'll have time –
then I'll tell you a little bit about what we can do.

Then I pass the microphone on to Lukas, he
has many answers for you. So I am the bearer of the bad
and he of the good news. OK. There is something in nature that is called
"The Earth's Food Web". Everything in nature – in a perfect environment, is beautiful and connected.
There are many elements that work in the earth – from fungi
and bacteria to microbes – from photosynthesis through the plants,
into the roots and down into the earth itself. Organic matter is created,
has energy, has life. Everything is in balance. And bacteria, fungi and little root promoters
called nematodes and a lot of other things we don't even know are there – and help keep it in balance.
They give and they take – it's perfect.

And the whole food chain – right down to
earthworms and larger insects and protozoa – protozoa, which are amoebas –
and many other types of fungi and bacteria. Right down to the insects, and the birds, as well as the animals
that feed on them – everything has a reason to be there. Everything there
is absolutely wonderful. Yes it really is. We have this incredible food chain –
that's the soil. So – what happens when we create life? GMO?
What if we create GMOs? What if we add that to the
earth's food web? Well, we'll get to that
in a moment, but first I'll tell you what GMOs are.

I'll start with this
wonderful Nobel Prize winner – he won the Nobel Prize in Biology –
and has since passed away, but he was a professor of biology at Harvard.
George Wald, he issued this warning in 1979: Recombinant DNA technology –
that's what GMOs used to be called – Recombinant DNA – He said : Recombinant DNA technology
poses problems to our society that are not only new
in the history of science, but for all of life on earth. It puts in human hands the capacity
to reshape living organisms … It is the greatest breakthrough in nature
that there has ever been in human history. " That is incredible power.
And with it, it SHOULD be
an incredible responsibility .

This is a biologist who has the whole
world in mind. He sees ecology, the environment,
as a COMMON, living ecosystem. Geneticists convince the world
that this view was wrong. They see life through
the eyes of a worm, or through a microscope. And that's all. Anything beyond that –
that preoccupies them zero. That's what they say. Of course, not ALL geneticists are like that,
but those who support this industry ARE just like that. They want this broader
worldview just don't perceive. Because then they go broke.

If they accept this broader
worldview. Okay, so – is GMO really unnatural?
Well, let's do some. Okay, that's a picture of ei A gene cassette – that's the foreign DNA we're going to put into this cell, okay? Let's say we want to
do something similar to GMO corn. Let's address each of these elements:
We need something called a promoter. It's a bit like the aluminum that is
injected with a vaccine – it FORces the DNA to turn on,
the foreign DNA to turn on. To have an effect. It's called the cauliflower mosaic virus;
it causes cancer in cauliflower, broccoli, and other cruciferous vegetables. It's very
fertile, very virile. And occasionally it has a
gene attached to it – the other end of its DNA called gene 6, which is absolutely toxic to EVERYTHING that lives. But that's the promoter – it's designed
to tear a hole in the organism 's DNA,
the DNA you're trying to recreate. And then it sends its troops in –
the transgene. Okay, the transgene is
the behavior you 're trying to bring about, the new change.

Let's say we want insect resistance.
Because all of our grain has been eaten by insects, so we want to make it resistant. So let's introduce Monsanto's Bt toxin,
which is a protein producer. Okay, so this DNA
is turned on by the promoter, it stays alive and producing continuously –
100% of the time – we've heard about the energy in food.
And GMO destroys …

Turns it on – the DNA doesn't turn it off –
the cells use so much energy producing that DNA that they have nothing to give in
terms of nutritional value. And, by the way, this toxin,
this Bt – Bacillus thuringiensis – is on
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's list of pesticides. It is listed as a pesticide itself. So when you eat Bt corn, you are
eating a pesticide. If you wear Bt cotton clothing
, you are carrying a pesticide. No wonder there is an
incredible increase in skin problems, especially among children. OK? So let's move on.
That's the less toxic stuff. We leave that behind.
[Laughs] We don't know what else is in there.
A bit like the vaccines – nobody knows what exactly is in there.

It's a trade
secret, so other things are mixed in and injected – at least that's what
some of the researchers say. There's a terminator too – but it's
not the terrible terminator gene that
is supposed to kill seeds and make them sterile. It is supposed to CONTROL the transgene, i.e.
its behavior. With the command: "Switch on now", "Switch off now". In reality it doesn't work.
Often times it goes to a different area of the DNA in this cell.

And turns off something there
that should be on. OK? So when we inject this – and HOW
is it injected? It's fired from a pistol – you load your DNA in,
and you fire it into cells of some kind from a pistol – and
hope something sticks somewhere. But how do we
know it stuck? Well we test it. We need some kind of
marker to test it.

That is done by antibiotics. We added a gene
that is resistant to antibiotics. these are the two most common antibiotics used – kanamycin and ampicillin – and resistance to those antibiotics –
kanamycin is used, I think … it is used for dogs that
have diarrhea, okay? And ampicillin is a very common
strand of penicillin. That's why we see a lot of resistance
to antibiotics in humans and animals, and that's why there is an increase in antibiotics, and it's a vicious circle. So, you also eat
antibiotics in your diet. So what they do is – they douse
the new DNA with antibiotics. IF it dies –
then the insertion was a failure. If it succeeds – if it is LIVE – it is still alive, it is resistant
to the antibiotics – then it is a complete success. Well, that sounds pretty unnatural to me.
I don't know what you think about it, but …

I don't
think Mother Earth produces food like this. I'm right? It's very strange that it's done
that way. But there is more, okay? In order for the DNA to adhere, enzymes must be used. So, and to hold them all together
and really adhere, within the cell
into which they are introduced. And they're called restriction enzymes,
and it's not a mistake, by the way, that they 're shown upside
down here. Because the role of the restriction enzymes
is NORMALLY to prevent the foreign DNA
from getting inside the cell of the organism. To keep this organism,
this cell, pure. But the geneticists turned it upside down,
they turned this enzyme so that this natural function is upside down.
So nature was literally turned upside down, so that these enzymes actually
encourage the foreign DNA to get into the new,
living organism. OK. So – Bt. I will
keep mentioning Bt throughout the talk, but now I want to point out to you that this GMO, this toxin –
can be transmitted to humans. It has been found in the blood of pregnant mothers.

That was in a study done at the
Quebec Hospital – 93% of pregnant mothers had Bt toxin in their blood. In Canada. Okay, 80% of the
babies they examined had Bt toxin in their umbilical cords. This GMO goes straight to the fetus
, the baby. So, when you hear reports
that these genes CANNOT be transferred –
they are denatured and no longer work –
but that is not true. They are carried over to all forms of life.
And they don't turn off. You keep working. Okay, a little bit of info on what the most popular GMO crop is.

And that's from 2012, these are the latest
numbers I could get. But what's interesting here is
– it is – I'm going to use this magical pointer now – you see that? The global, the GLOBAL coverage … The global coverage of soybeans
is 81% – this has increased because China has just opened its doors to GMOs.
Okay, that was last year so this is going up here. You can't use soy products at all
– you must avoid all of them. Even health food stores that sell organic soybeans – if you put them in the water – will they grow? Will they sprout? If not,
then something is wrong, okay? Cotton – 81% of global vegetation are GMO cotton.

That is ENORMOUS. Okay Maize – this is corn, 35%, canola- 30% – ALL canola
from Canada is GMO canola because it spreads so quickly outdoors,
if the pollen is blown by the wind, then it will pollinate any non- GMO crops
and then you have GMOs. So it's a HUGE industry. But you can't have GMOs –
without pesticides. The reason we have GMOs
is because we had pesticides. Pesticides – glyphosate, kills all plant life;
it is a chelator, it strangles all new cells and sprouts and suffocates them.

When farmers
first distributed this product to their fields, they thought it was wonderful
as all the weeds disappeared – but with it their crops. So GMO came as a 'helper' from Monsanto and Co.
and other bio-tech companies, so that both the crop spreading and the
pesticides were in use. This gave the farmers resistance
in the crop to the pesticide. And earlier this year, a wonderful thing happened: glyphosate was classified as "likely to cause human cancer"
by the World Health Organization. All animal studies show that it causes TERRIBLE
cancers and tumors. It also causes
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in humans, especially agricultural workers
exposed to the agent. It's a terrible poison and it's getting worse and worse because the Bt seeds are
now being coated with neonicotinoids, which is a genetically
modified pesticide, so they are more resilient,
more resistant to pesticides, and they are now splattering more and more
because of that Super weed. Super weeds are growing because of
the pesticide problem.

We have a super weed problem
in Italy right now – they don't grow GMOs there – at least not legally.
But it is being done in Spain and Portugal and Romania – and, recently, in Germany too.
GMO potatoes. Anyway, we have a problem:
none of this is natural. Glyphosate – How
Does It Affect Soil? I'll take earthworms
as an example, okay? And we've already had a great … talk about nitrates, especially
because that's part of what I'm about to tell you. Glyphosate – first of all, it reduces the reproduction
of earthworms, I had trouble pronouncing the word – by over 50% in 3 months.
Well, do we need worms? Yes we do. For the ground. They aerate the soil,
they help to clean the soil. They bring oxygen into the soil.
You are very important. So when we inject glyphosate,
we reduce the number of our earthworms. That means we get an imbalance
of life in the soil. Because – who's doing all the work now? Which should actually be made by them? Glyphosate also leaves incredible amounts of nitrates in the soil – and we heard
how toxic nitrates are, okay? – In the ground, up to 1,500% –
because if you spray a whole row, a weed area,
then suddenly they all die, very quickly.

Where do all these nitrates go? Phosphates too – 120% increase. The earth absorbs some of it, some of it is washed off, which then goes into the water supply,
into our rivers. And so it pollutes our water. Glyphosate is a very toxic substance.
And there are more and more toxic substances that are offered on the market, and are also approved and
used – e.g. 2.4 D, which is one of the components of Agent Orange that was used in the Vietnam War. Dicamba is used, which is even more toxic
than glyphosate.

And they are now being used in combination too, because nature isn't doing what the GMO companies want it to do. So they have to try to keep poisoning nature so that it does what they want it to do. OK. Why can't we just remove the weeds the
normal way? OK?
We have a lot of people on this planet and we're being taught
that we can all learn and do our part, and just do a little gardening. Okay, this is my garden – it's a little overgrown. It's a catch crop, okay? I don't have a market fruit yet,
but it's a start. We should never have waited that long –
now the weeds have completely gained the upper hand. And that's really what's happening on many American farms right now – that the super weed is
completely gaining the upper hand. They're resistant to the pesticides,
they're resistant to the GMOs. The superinsects are also gaining the upper hand.
Because there is incredible resistance to GMO insecticides, such as Bt toxin.
So, in Africa – it was reported from South Africa that where – where they got Monsantos …
I think it was Bt maize 810 – which is one of their own brands –
they found that the insects were not killed when they went into this Bite crops.

So what did the farmers do? They stopped spraying
and dug up half of the Bt and planted conventional crops instead.
So that the insects on the conventional crops went over to kill those insects that were not killed by the
poisonous Bt crops. Does that make sense for you? It doesn't make sense to me, but that's
how it's done. OK. Let's talk about something beautiful in the ground.
We're talking about mushrooms. I've always thought that mushrooms
only grow between my toes , but I think they
are very important for the soil as well. We're looking at a certain species,
mycorrhizal mushrooms, okay. It's a really great,
beautiful mushroom. He brings so much life to plants.
He clings to the roots of a plant and says: feed me –
but I will feed you too. You don't have to go that
far into the ground – especially if the ground isn't very
soft or not easy to penetrate – we'll do the work for you. We go down,
even up to 100-200 – maybe a thousand times deeper than you could otherwise reach.
We bring you water and nutrients.

The plants are very happy.
The floor is happy. The mushrooms are happy. The microbes are all
very happy. You get less sickness; You get a more nutritious plant,
and crop. So, it is better for all of us if the animals
or insects eat it. And you don't have to water it, at least not half as often, okay? This is nature. Works wonderfully.
Okay, so – what about Bt corn? How does that work
in this context? Well, let's first take a
look at what happens to Bt corn
once the crop is picked? And then … you might be thinking, yes,
that's it. It's no longer poisonous.
Well that's not true. Even when it begins
to biodegrade, the Bt toxin promotes – up to 200 days after , i.e. when this plant has
actually been cut off and the remains remain in the field.

Then the soil
will still absorb the Bt toxin. Ok what does that mean?
Well, for mycorrhizae that means – then you have, here on the left , you see … this wonderful cover, there you have good growth, here, because the mycorrhiza
feeds the roots of this plant – with nutrients, with water , okay?
And on the right, it's exhausted. OK? There isn't that much there.
All is not gone, but there is not so much left. And there have been several studies –
this is just one that I am listing here.

But there are several studies, and this is
a good journal of botany, that Bt toxin, Bt maize, destroys and depletes mycorrhizal function.
So it brings imbalance in the soil , which means the
farmer needs to water more. It means the pesticides are being sprayed more
because the plant is sick, so the farmer thinks, "Something is wrong, so I
need to spray a little more." It means there are fewer nutrients.
The soil is not that healthy. Bless you. These are not good news.
OK? Everyone is proof of it – this was reported in
Mums Across America, this is a very good
website, they do a lot of scientific reporting.
But there was a study – and that's actually not Bt,
that's Roundup-ready corn. Glyphosate resistance, okay? We have calcium, magnesium,
and manganese as examples of good nutrients from these crops. GMO maize, parts per million –
14 – 2 – 2.

Non-GMO maize: 6130 – 113 – and 14.
437 times more, 56 times more, 7 times more. Non-GMO corn gives you incredibly more nutrients, and there is a long list there – I'm not just picking the raisins out here;
but I'll give you the best examples, but the list is really long – and at no point do you see that the GMO corn,
in any way, produces MORE healthy things
than the non-GMO corn. Okay, so what does GMO corn really give us? Does he give us nutrients? Well, he gives us … toxins. Glyphosate – 13 parts per million. Formaldehyde – 200 parts per million. OK? Formaldehyde, a class 1 carcinogen
, causes cancer. GMO cultures promote formaldehyde in their cells.
They promote carcinogens, okay? So, I know which variant I'm going to eat.
I choose the non-GMO corn, right? I don't get any poisons from him.

OK? But I do get poisons from GMOs
. So when you see politicians –
because it is primarily politicians these days, and occasionally bought-in scientists,
who stand up and say: GMOs are more nutritious. Now you have evidence to say no, it isn't.
That is not true. OK. Well, that's something I took away from the
lectures yesterday. I had a moment of enlightenment
and was so excited I almost jumped out of my chair yesterday. I see the connection between
the seed and the soil microbiome , the way a baby is born
and protected by the amniotic fluid, and then we have a seed that
is protected by the shell of the seed.

But it's all surrounded by these wonderful
microbes, and when the seed comes out it starts to germinate – and like the baby,
that sac rips and the baby goes
through the birth canal. It's exactly the same – the microbes
jump on top of them and say, "Hey, we give you life,
we give you immunity, we give you strength and we show you the way."
That is really wonderful. It's absolutely wonderful. It was very special
to see this connection there. That we are so connected to the ground. So how is the GMO affecting here?
Well, for me it's a cesarean section – a GMO is a cesarean section of the floor. OK. Because you are full of antibiotics – if you are GMO – you are sprayed with chemicals
and drugs – the mother is anesthetized when
she has a caesarean section and the behavior is abnormal. The behavior of the plants,
this GMO culture, is not normal because the introduction of the DNA is
so random – that it can produce ANY effect.

We may not be able to see it,
but chemistry has changed, and the way it behaves has
fundamentally changed. The way GMOs relate to the
microbes in the soil – it kills them. That's not natural, okay, so this was real …
a moment of enlightenment for me. There's a difference, of course –
sometimes a caesarean section is necessary, but that's not a necessary rationale for GMOs.
None at all. OK. I think we are on time? Lukas still looks very
calm, that's good. Okay, can we … watch the clip now? How does the industry react to the
poisoning of soils? They know about it
, they know they do – and here is your solution. For the original
clip on YouTube, please click here. So, that really got me
thinking when I saw this. What do we get for it, what is the result? Genetically modified microbes … is that possible? The final point that Rob Frey, the CEO –
or was he the chief scientist for Monsanto – he said: We feed the world.
That's a lie.

That is an absolute lie. More food is currently being produced
than we need to feed the world. We have already been shown
how we can feed the world – by regenerating our soils. By taking
better care of our livestock. By adopting, you know,
a much more natural way of life. So is the earth's food web. What if we put these
potentially modified microbes in the soil? What should happen there? Well, I researched this
company – Novozymes. I did a bit of detective work and they are treated as sustainability companies
by the financial institutions,
that surprised me. Why would you work with Monsanto?
Because we all know that Monsanto is all about the money, nothing else. Well, Novozymes – here is a
document I just received. When I was trying to figure out
what this company is about. This is a "Generally Accepted
Safe" application to the Food and Drug Administration for a genetically modified enzyme. OK? I'm not going to argue scientifically now
, but – asparaginase – this enzyme – which is also used in
chemotherapy, with terrible side effects – and it gets into
our food supply! French fries, potato chips, cookies, crackers,
breakfast cereals – in the junk food supply, I should say.

Yes, but also in coffee, chocolate products. Will they produce genetically modified
microbes? – Well, it's not quite like that. But, if you remember last year, it was a long time ago, but I was talking about L-tryptophan, which is a supplement to help people in
America relax and sleep. In the 1980s, over
10,000 people became seriously ill and more than 100 died. Many of them are physically disabled,
even a year later, from the effects of L-tryptophan , which was traced back to a Japanese company
that made genetically modified products.

An enzyme, off – they went through a GMO process
and they made an enzyme … and part of that product
turned out to be toxic. But it was a very,
very, very small amount that is triple A – AAA – the amount was so small
that it couldn't be detected. Okay, and these things get into our food. The process Novozymes uses is the same
as that used by this Japanese company. If you get biology
to produce and produce, and do so in an unnatural way, then it will end up attacking itself.

And everything else it uses, too.
I think we run the risk that everything we produce
will end up being full of these products. Full of GMO processes. They will be in
everything we consume. And they don't have to be labeled,
according to any law in the world. OK? They don't have to be called GMOs,
it's not a requirement, okay? They're not even called GMOs –
Monsanto, Novozymes wrote a letter saying, "This is not GMO". But it's GVM – genetically
modified microorganisms. It's a HUGE industry. It's in agriculture,
and it's in the pharmaceutical industry, and so we have genetically modified vaccines, and medicines, and we now have
genetically modified crops that have been injected with vaccines.
The hepatitis B vaccine is, I think, in bananas? But I think you can find it in corn too.
They're tested – tested on people – so we don't know what we're going to get,
we have to be really careful.

OK. How do we stop GMOs?
I have a few minutes left? OK. Oh, I'll take 10. In 1958, the US government introduced
this wonderful law: the Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics Act. It requires the rigorous testing of EVERY
food additive, and GMO is an additive – DNA is an additive –
that can change its nature, behavior, or properties. The manufacturer must provide ALL evidence to demonstrate the safety. There must also be scientific consensus. Independent scientific approval of security. OK? Compliance with this law is checked – in medicines, additives to food and cosmetics. It's been checked very strictly,
and it has been even stricter since around 2000. But GMOs are ignored – so …
the government agencies that promote these GMOs are breaking their own laws. If someone – in America, a politician –
were aware of this and couldn't ignore it with a clear conscience,
but instead enlightened the American nation and said that these GMO companies were allowed to
continue producing but actually had to comply with this law now – then they would go bankrupt immediately. It CAN be done, okay?
It can be done. And the GRAS, which is documented here –
GRAS – this law says that you can apply for an exception to the "generally classified as safe" IF you meet these requirements.

But only if you
meet these requirements, okay? So, it's just the politicians and the corporations who break the law,
and they know it very well. The laws are already in place, we do n't need a new law in America to get rid of GMOs,
it already exists, it is being enforced in other areas, but on GMOs it is just ignored. As soon as it is carried out
, something will change. At this level – it's changing now –
the news, the last few days in America The turning point has been reached.
People reject GMOs because they no longer want genetically modified sugar
beets in their diet. And now manufacturers are doing everything in their power to get unmodified and natural
cane sugar. And they're desperate
because consumers are saying, "We have enough. No more poisons. No more toxins." –
This is awesome because people are now voting
with their feet – consciousness has reached them
and they say we are now looking for
the information ourselves.

We know we have a problem
and we don't want this stuff anymore. 100% of the sugar beet in America
is genetically modified – 100%. That ends up in every type of processed sugar.
OK? – If it's cane sugar, it hasn't been changed. So always buy cane sugar.
Check. I find it amazing that this is happening.
We're having a glyphosate rebellion! I don't really like rebellion,
but people say NO to glyphosate. The stores are removing this
pesticide from their shelves. In many countries – it's really happening, because of this World Health Organization statement, it's really happening. Change is coming. I believe our path is leading us
away from the GMO, we are now on the right path. And it is – to me it is wonderful. Then I don't have to
talk about this topic anymore. Okay –
maybe for a few more years if you keep inviting me. Okay, so – I'm not done yet. There's more;
I'm not done yet, thank you.

I still want to talk about this gentleman
because this man has become a true folk hero, he is a
lawyer for the public interest, Steven Druker, in America. He has ruled that the GRASS "Generally Classified
as Safe" document states that this is against the law. And so he sued the FDA – he called
together a lot of experts, executives – no, not executives, sorry
– scientists, and also a lot of people with religious backgrounds.
They were all against GMOs because … it violates the natural
law of nature. You sued the Food and Drug
Administration. It went to court – but there was no trial because the FDA produced 44,000 pages of their
own documents, by their own scientists,
stating that GMOs could not be classified as safe. It cannot be released, it should not be
released, either to the public or to animals,
in any way. Your own scientists said that! So there was no trial.
Because nobody argued against the facts. Everyone said, "Yes. It's not safe." But: the judge, he ignored this,
as a legal question, what was right, but not in the sense
of the law – and so they just ignored all evidence
and carried on as if nothing had happened, because the politicians
were controlled by the industry.

The White House was in
the pocket of industries that said, "So
let's do this now, and that's it." And that's how it was done. So
the politicians and the industry convince each other that it was a really great idea. The scientists in these agencies
do nothing against them either. They say: "No, that is
wrong and dangerous." But they are silenced. OK? So no one is denying the facts.
If you can get this book in English, it is a really special book. It's a right tome, but it's really well-written. It reads like a thriller. You couldn't make up a story like that
.

The authors of our time do not even know how to tell such a story,
what is going on. So, he convinced me, he said,
"We can change. Yes, we can drag people to court,
but the real change comes when we understand how the planet
works – as a unified being." He is the founder of … an institute that supports organic farming. They encouraged a
broader and clearer understanding of what nature is really about. Okay, and he said the big change –
he's tried the legal route, he's a lawyer, and he knows – even when you have all the facts,
they twist the evidence against you. But – if someone stood up and said,
"We're all going to implement the 1958 law" – that would be the end of GMOs. But he says the change
comes from the individuals. Of knowledge and awareness and the REAL understanding of how life should REALLY be as opposed to what it has been twisted into.

OK. And this year – I'll be done in a minute – but this year has been a monumental
year for the European Union Because every nation … Every nation was given the option to
turn away from GMOs and say "No more GMOs".
You had until October 5th this year, okay? And some other countries outside the EU
have also said "no". – I would like to say " Thank you very much" to these countries because it really makes
a big difference. We also have a Scotsman here somewhere
in the audience – at least he's wearing a kilt – but Scotland, thank you very much for
saying "no to GMO" growing. Russia – not in the EU, – but Russia also gave a clear "no" to the GMO proposal. They said, "We'd rather have organic farms now because we
know organic farming is healthy." Well done Russia! Thanks very much. So – what does that mean for us
before I hand the microphone over to Lukas – thank you, Germany, you
also said "no" to GMOs.

That's it –
I'm done. Thanks very much..

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