We watched the first part of the series by DENKmal, a German film company. They drive home the point that pollution didn’t use to be so bad. Eventually it dissipated, it was diluted and no longer harmful.
Genetically modified organisms MULTIPLY instead of being diluted or dissipating.
Canadian organic farmers’ canola is polluted with neighboring GM canola despite the buffer zone due to high winds. The new genetically modified salmon will probably exterminate salmon as we know it.

GMO Trilogy – Unnatural Selection (part 1 of 5)

This explosive exposé reveals what the biotech industry doesn’t want you to know – how industry manipulation and political collusion, not sound science, allow dangerous genetically engineered food into your daily diet. Company research is rigged, alarming evidence of health dangers is covered up, and intense political pressure applied. Chapters read like adventure stories and are hard to put down: * Scientists were offered bribes or threatened. Evidence was stolen. Data was omitted or distorted. * Government employees who complained were harassed, stripped of responsibilities, or fired. * Laboratory rats fed a GM crop developed stomach lesions and seven of the forty died within two weeks. The crop was approved without further tests. * The only independent in-depth feeding study ever conducted showed evidence of alarming health dangers. When the scientist tried to alert the public, he lost his job and was silenced with threats of a lawsuit. Read the actual internal memos by FDA scientists, warning of toxins, allergies, and new diseases – all ignored by their superiors, including a former attorney for Monsanto. Learn why the FDA withheld information from Congress after a genetically modified supplement killed nearly a hundred people and disabled thousands. The GMO Trilogy’s was released in April 2006 in conjunction with Earth Day (April 22) and International GMOpposition Day (April 8)—a coordinated 30-nation campaign to raise awareness about genetically modified (GM) food.

This documentary is well worth watching even though it’s 5 years old.