解密美国FDA,农业部,环保署不敢接受崔永元采访的原因

崔永元2013年12月赴美采访美国对转基因持不同观点不同领域人士看法的电视纪录片没有采访美国三个相关政府部门FDA(食品药物管理署)、USDA(美国农业部)与EPA(环境保护署)。挺转人士将崔永元不采访FDA、USDA与EPA为美国转基因食品采访报道纪录片专业不合格重要理由之一。崔永元对媒体曾经介绍过,获悉崔永元准备赴美拍摄转基因食品问题电视纪录片后,美国驻华大使馆、美国FDA、USDA与EPA,均表示热烈欢迎,而且要求崔永元老师提出采访提纲。但是崔永元采访了美国驻华大使馆主动推荐来京的一位转基因专家以及收到崔永元团队提供的采访提纲后,在崔永元一行到达洛杉矶向美国FDA、USDA与EPA催问具体安排时,他们的态度高度一致发生了180度大转弯,显然冷淡,表示他们”这一段工作繁忙,没有时间接待”。在未征求崔永元老师意见情况下,本文自作主张解密披露我所掌握的美国FDA、USDA与EPA不敢接待崔永元采访的内情。

 
 

 

解密美国FDA、农业部、环保署不敢接受崔永元采访确切原因Decrypting thedefinite reason why FDA, USDA and EPA was scared to acceptinterview by Cui Yong-yuan

陈一文cheniwan@cei.gov.cn

《转基因技术与人类安全》研究专家、80年代前全国青联委员

《新浪网》陈一文顾问博客//blog.sina.com.cn/cheniwan

 
 

崔永元没采访FDA、USDA与EPA被挺转人士视为采访纪录片专业不合格理由之一

崔永元2013年12月赴美采访美国对转基因持不同观点不同领域人士看法的电视纪录片没有采访美国三个相关政府部门FDA(食品药物管理署)、USDA(美国农业部)与EPA(环境保护署)。

某些挺转人士将崔永元不采访FDA、USDA与EPA解释为美国转基因食品采访报道纪录片专业上不合格的重要理由之一。

 
 

美国FDA、USDA与EPA在接待崔永元采访态度发生180度改变

崔永元对媒体曾经介绍过,获悉崔永元准备赴美拍摄转基因食品问题电视纪录片后,美国驻华大使馆、美国FDA、USDA与EPA,均表示热烈欢迎,而且要求崔永元老师提出采访提纲。

但是崔永元采访了美国驻华大使馆主动推荐来京的一位转基因专家以及收到崔永元团队提供的采访提纲后,在崔永元一行到达洛杉矶向美国FDA、USDA与EPA催问具体安排时,他们的态度高度一致发生了180度大转弯,显然冷淡,表示他们”这一段工作繁忙,没有时间接待”。

崔永元老师对此仅向媒体做过”他们拒绝接受采访”的说明,但是至今没有泄露美国FDA、农业部、环保署不敢接受崔永元采访确切原因。

 
 

陈一文顾问自作主张对此解密

必须说明,本顾问在未征求崔永元老师意见情况下,自作主张解密披露我所掌握的信息。

 
 

崔永元团队向美国三个相关政府部门FDA(食品药物管理署)、USDA(美国农业部)与EPA(环境保护署)提供的采访提纲

【说明:崔永元团队将准备发给美国FDA、USDA与EPA的采访提纲中英文对照文本发给我,我对此进行了少许修改后发回给团队。我不知道团队最后发给FDA、USDA与EPA的采访提纲是否包括了我所有的修改意见,但是因为我做的少许修改绝大部分为文字修饰方面修改,没有什么实质内容的修改,特此说明。】

 
 

给FDA(食品药物管理署)的采访提纲

 
 

1.     FDA这个机构的首要责任是什么?

What are theprimary responsibilities of the institution of FDA?

 
 

2.     FDA在美国的食品和医药管理环节、在国民健康环节,一直都发挥着哪些作用?

What roles is FDA playing in the areas of food and drugadministration, as well as the areas of well-being of nationalhealth?

 
 

3.     中国公众对美国FDA的印象是监管很严格,你们对转基因作物、转基因食品采用了什么样的方式监管?监管对象都有哪些?

Chinese citizens are under the impression that the regulation ofFDA is very strict, so what approaches does FDA use for regulationof GMO plants and GMO food, and what are the objects ofregulation?

 
 

4.     在FDA,转基因食品是不是由”食品添加剂”办公室管理咨询的?

At FDA, is GMO food regulated and consulted by the Office of FoodAdditive Safety?

 
 

5.     2013年5月12日,全球56个国家400多个城市200多万民众举行反对孟山都游行(MarchAgainst Monsanto)。2013年10月12日,全球许多国家民众又举行这样的游行抗议。你们认为全球为什么会有这么多人举行反对孟山都、反对转基因危害大游行?

On May 12, 2013, more than 2 million people participated in theMarch Against Monsanto in more than 400 cities in 56 countries. OnOctober 12, 2013, similar marches and protests were organized inmany countries around the world. Why do you think there have beenworldwide so many protests against Monsanto and againstGMOs?

 
 

6.     美国市场销售的”加工食品”(processedfood)百分比%多少含转基因成分?”加工食品”以外的”全食品”(wholefood)百分比%多少为转基因?市场销售的美国人最主要的主粮,小麦加工的面粉与稻米加工的大米,百分比%多少为转基因?为什么?

What percent of the processed food sold in American markets has GMOingredients? What percent of the whole food, excluding processedfood, has GMO ingredients? What percent of the main food sold inAmerican markets, such as flour made from wheat and rice made frompaddy, has GMO ingredients? Why?

 
 

7.     除了孟山都对抗草甘膦转基因大豆(RRsoybeans)”食用安全性”向FDA提交的毒理学动物喂养试验报告以外,FDA是否委托过任何美国独立研究机构对抗草甘膦转基因大豆(RRsoybeans)的”食用安全性”做毒理学动物喂养试验?为什么?

In addition to the report submitted to FDA by Monsanto regardingthe toxicological experiments of animal feeding to test the foodsafety of RR soybeans, did FDA ever authorize any independentresearch institutes to conduct toxicological experiments of animalbreeding to test the food safety of RR soybeans? Why?

 
 

8.     到目前为止,FDA批准过美国以外哪些国家哪些转基因作物产品和/或含这种转基因成分的加工食品进入美国市场?为什么?

So far, what kinds of GMO food and/or processed food containing GMOingredients have been approved to enter American markets fromforeign countries? From which countries? Why?

 
 

9.     为什么转基因公司曾宣传得很多的(近年来在中国还在宣传),将北极寒带鱼的耐寒基因转入西红柿等,这样的产品在美国现在没有进行市场销售? FDA 有没有收到过这样的转基因作物批准申请?为什么没有批准?

Some GMOcompanies used to promote tomatoes that are genetically engineeredwith the cold-tolerance genes from fish in the Arctic, (and theyare still promoting this kind of tomatoes in China in the recentyears). Why these GMO product presently not sold in the market? HasFDA received application for approval regarding this type of GMOcrops? Why did they not get approved?

 
 

 
 

给USDA(美国农业部)的采访提纲

 
 

1.     美国总共有多大面积可耕地?美国全部可耕地中目前有多大比例进行农业种植?多大比例没有进行农业种植,和/或处于休耕状态?美国目前进行农业种植的全部耕地中,多大比例种植转基因作物?

How mucharable land does the US have? How much percent of the currentarable land in the US is used for agriculture? How much percent isnot used for agriculture and/or left fallow? How much percent ofall agricultural land in the US is used for GMO crops?

 
 

2.     美国的可耕地土地和人口比例怎样?即每个美国人平均对应于多大面积的可耕地?

What is the ratio of arable land to people in the US? Namely, whatis the average arable land available per capita in theUS?

 
 

3.     美国农业部的职责是什么?你们的哪些职责与转基因作物有关?

What are theresponsibilities of the US department of agriculture? Whatresponsibilities are concerned with GMO crops?

 
 

4.     在美国种植的转基因作物,为了防止转基因污染非转基因作物,每种植一公顷转基因作物,平均需要留出多大%面积的农田作为”保护区”或者”避难所”(Refuges)?

When GMOcrops are grown in the US, what percent of agricultural land persquare hectometer needs to be kept as “protected areas”, or”refuges”, in order to prevent non-GMO crops from being affected(“polluted”) by GMO crops?

 
 

5.     转基因作物种植以后, 因为土壤中的基因漂移问题,土地是不是要休耕很长时间才有可能种植常规非转基因传统作物?这样的负面影响通常要休耕多长时间才能消除?

After being used to grow GMO crops, does the land need to be leftfallow for a long period of time before it can be used to grownormal non-GMO traditional crops, due to the gene flow problem insoil? Usually for how long should the land be left fallow in orderto eliminate this negative impact?

 
 

6.     美国农业部是否在组织与支持对美国普度大学顿·胡伯博士(Dr.Don Huber, professor emeritus at PurdueUniversity)致信美国农业部长托姆·维萨科(SecretaryTom Vilsack)报告的转基因玉米、转基因大豆与家畜流产死胎尸体里发现的这种不明病原体(pathogen)进行研究?公众何时可以期望看到该项研究的初步结果?美国农业部如果没有支持这种不明病原体进行全面深入研究,为什么?

Is the US department of agriculture organizing and supportingresearch on the pathogen discovered in GMO corns, GMO beans, andthe body of livestocksmiscarriage, which was reported in the letter to Secretary TomVilsack of the US department of agriculture from Dr. Don Huber,professor emeritus at Purdue University? When will the generalpublic be able to read the preliminary results of this research? Ifthe US department of agriculture has not supported comprehensiveand in-depth research on this pathogen, what is thereason?

 
 

7.     美国农业部对于(新西兰)海尼曼博士(Dr.Heinemann, New Zealand)《美国中西部主要作物生产的可持续性》(Sustainabilityand innovation in staple crop production in the USMidwest)的研究及其结论怎么看?美国农业部对该项研究是否有官方意见?

What does the US department of agriculture think about (NewZealand) Dr. Heinemann’s research and conclusion on thesustainability and innovation in staple crop production in the USMidwest? Is there any official opinion on this research from the USdepartment of agriculture?

 
 

给EPA(环境保护署)的采访提纲

 
 

1.     EPA的主要职责是什么?

What are the primary responsibilities of EPA?

 
 

2.     EPA如何看待转基因作物种植的利弊?你们对转基因作物和环境保护有怎样关系如何看?

How does EPA view the pros and cons of growing GMO crops? What isyour projection on the relationship between GMO crops andenvironmental?

 
 

3. 转基因作物种植时,为什么要设隔离带?如果不设隔离带,或者不设足够隔离带,可能会产生怎样的效果?

Why are buffer zones (isolated areas) set up in the area where GMOcrops are grown? What are the consequences if buffer zones are notset up, or not adequate?

 
 

4.     最近有报道关于加拿大种植大片转基因作物后,3千7百万蜜蜂死亡。请核实此报道,我们的问题是,蜜蜂大量死亡对于农业意味着什么?

A recent report shows that 37 million bees were found dead inCanada after     a large scale of GMO crops were grown there. Please verify thisreport. Our

question: what does the massive death of bees mean toagriculture?

 
 

5.     美国大规模种植抗草甘膦作物及其大量喷洒的孟山都草甘膦除草剂”农达”造成”超级野草”问题,请给我们简单介绍这种”超级野草”在美国泛滥的情况及其数据,造成什么后果及其数据,目前主要采取什么具体治理措施?

Regardingthe problem of growing a large scale of glyphosate-resistant cropsin the US and the “superweeds” created by the massive use of theMonsanto glyphosate based Roundup,
please briefly introduce to us the situation andstatistics of the overspreading of these “superweeds,” theconsequence and statistics, and the specific methods that areadopted to control the situation.

 
 

6.     美国环保部1997年将大豆的草甘膦最高残留限量设置从1982年的6mg/kg提高到20mg/kg,以及今年再提高到40mg/kg,主要是因为有更多科学试验证明草甘膦除草剂残留对动物与人类的毒性更低,不危害健康,还是主要因为抗草甘膦转基因大豆的种植造成越来越高的草甘膦残留?

The glyphosate MRL (max. residuelimit) for soybeans was increased to 20mg/kg in 1997 by the US EPAfrom the limit of 6 mg/kg in 1982 and was increased again to40mg/kg this year. Is it mainly because more scientific experimentshave proved that the residue of glyphosate herbicide is lesspoisonous and is not harmful to animals and human beings, or is itmainly because the cultivation of glyphosate-resistant GMO beansleads to higher glyphosate residue?

 
 

7.     中国目前是草甘膦的最大生产国,也是草甘膦的最大出口国,中国国内喷洒草甘膦除草剂的规模与范围也越来越广。既然美国环保部今年将大豆的草甘膦最高残留限量设置提高为40mg/kg,美国环保部是否建议中国也应当将大豆的草甘膦最高残留限量设置提高为40mg/kg?

Currently, China is the largestproducer and the largest exporting state of glyphosate. The scaleand scope of using glyphosate herbicide is larger and larger. Sincethe US EPA increased the glyphosate MRL (max. residue limit) forsoybeans to 40mg/kg, will the US EPA recommend China to increasethe glyphosate MRL (max. residue limit) for soybeans also to40mg/kg?

 
 

8.     一些美国学者关注到美国一系列恶性疾病近十多年急剧增高,包括甲状腺瘤(甲状腺癌)、肝癌(livercancer)不育(infertility)、生育畸形(newborndefects)、新生儿心脏病(CongenitalHeart Defects)、新生儿低出生体重(lowbirth weight)、早熟(Precociouspuberty)、哮喘(Asthma)自闭症(Autism)、糖尿病(Diabetes)、炎性肠炎(Inflammatorybowel),而且发现这些恶性疾病近十多年急剧增高,与美国喷洒的草甘膦除草剂使用量、转基因大豆、转基因玉米种植量,高度相关。美国EPA是否也在高度关注与研究这种情况,还是认为这种情况与美国喷洒的草甘膦除草剂使用量、与转基因大豆、转基因玉米种植量,绝对毫无关系?

Some American scholars have noticed adramatic increase of a series of malignant diseases in the pastdecade, including thyroid cancer, liver cancer, infertility,newborn defects, congenital heart defects, low birth weight,precocious puberty, asthma, autism, diabetes, and inflammatorybowel. They have also noticed that the dramatic increase ofmalignant diseases in the past decade is highly related to theamount of the usage of glyphosate herbicide and the crops of GMObeans and GMO corns. Is the US EPA also paying attention to andconducting research on this situation, or does US EPA think thereis no correlation between the situation and the amount of the usageof glyphosate herbicide and the crops of GMO beans and GMOcorns?

 
 

美国FDA、农业部、环保署不敢接受崔永元采访确切原因:他们无法在摄像镜头面前回答这些问题中涉及他们明显渎职不作为的许多问题!

 
 

Decrypting the definite reason why FDA, USDA and EPA was scared toaccept interview by Cui Yong-yuan

By ChenI-wancheniwan@cei.gov.cn

Posted on Nov. 17, 2014 at: //t.cn/Rzhx9RG

 
 

“Not interviewing FDA, USDA and EPA”, is claimed by GMO-proponentsas one of the reasons Cui Yong-yuan’s interview video is notprofessional

The interview video by Cui Yong-yuan interviewed individuals fromdifferent fields with different opinions did not include interviewswith FDA, USDA and EPA.

“Not interviewing FDA, USDA and EPA”, is claimed by GMO-proponentsas one of the reasons Cui Yong-yuan’s interview video is notprofessional.

 
 

The 180 degrees change in attitude of FDA, USDA and EPA towardsaccepting interview by Cui Yong-yuan

Cui Yong-yuan had told the media, upon learning that CuiYong-yuan’s visit to USA to film an interview film on the GMO foodissue, the American Embassy in Beijing, FDA, USDA and EPA allexpressed warm welcome, and requested Cui Yong-yuan to submit aninterview outline.

However, after Cui Yong-yuan interviewed an American GMO expertvisiting Beijing recommended by the American Embassy, and afterthey received the interview outline submitted to them by CuiYong-yuan’s team, the attitude of FDA, USDA and EPA reversed 180degrees, became apparently cold, indicating that their “work isbusy during this time, no time to receive” Cui Yong-yuan’sintereview.

To the media, Cui Yong-yuan only explained that “they refused toaccept being interviewed”, but to date has never revealed thedefinite reason why the FDA, USDA and EPA was scared to accept CuiYong-yuan’s interview.

 
 

Advisor Chen decides to decrypt the secret

Must confirm, advisor Chen has himself decided to decrypting what Iknow, without consulting with Cui Yong-yuan.

 
 

The interview outline Cui Yong-yuan’s team submitted to FDA, USDAand EPA

 
 

(Note: Before the interview outlines were submitted to FDA, USDAand EPA, these outlines were also forward to me, to which I made afew revisions and forward back to the team. I do not know if thefinal outlines submitted by the team to FDA, USDA and EPA includedor not all the revisions by me, but the few revisions by me weremainly wording revisions, and not fundamental contentrevisions.)

 
 

The interview outline forward to US Food and DrugAdministration

 
 

1.     What are theprimary responsibilities of the institution of FDA?

 
 

2.     What roles is FDA playing in the areas of food and drugadministration, as well as the areas of well-being of nationalhealth?

 
 

3.     Chinese citizens are under the impression that the regulation ofFDA is very strict, so what approaches does FDA use for regulationof GMO plants and GMO food, and what are the objects ofregulation?

 
 

4.     At FDA, is GMO food regulated and consulted by the Office of FoodAdditive Safety?

 
 

5.     On May 12, 2013, more than 2 million people participated in theMarch Against Monsanto in more than 400 cities in 56 countries. OnOctober 12, 2013, similar marches and protests were organized inmany countries around the world. Why do you think there have beenworldwide so many protests against Monsanto and againstGMOs?

 
 

6.     What percent of the processed food sold in American markets has GMOingredients? What percent of the whole food, excluding processedfood, has GMO ingredients? What percent of the main food sold inAmerican markets, such as flour made from wheat and rice made frompaddy, has GMO ingredients? Why?

 
 

7.     In addition to the report submitted to FDA by Monsanto regardingthe toxicological experiments of animal feeding to test the foodsafety of RR soybeans, did FDA ever authorize any independentresearch institutes to conduct toxicological experiments of animalbreeding to test the food safety of RR soybeans? Why?

 
 

8.     So far, what kinds of GMO food and/or processed food containing GMOingredients have been approved to enter American markets fromforeign countries? From which countries? Why?

 
 

9.     Some GMOcompanies used to promote tomatoes that are genetically engineeredwith the cold-tolerance genes from fish in the Arctic, (and theyare still promoting this kind of tomatoes in China in the recentyears). Why these GMO product presently not sold in the market? HasFDA received application for approval regarding this type of GMOcrops? Why did they not get approved?

 
 

The interview outline forward to USDA

 
 

1.     How mucharable land does the US have? How much percent of the currentarable land in the US is used for agriculture? How much percent isnot used for agriculture and/or left fallow? How much percent ofall agricultural land in the US is used for GMO crops?

 
 

2.     What is the ratio of arable land to people in the US? Namely, whatis the average arable land available per capita in theUS?

 
 

3.     What are theresponsibilities of the US department of agriculture? Whatresponsibilities are concerned with GMO crops?

 
 

4.     When GMOcrops are grown in the US, what percent of agricultural land persquare hectometer needs to be kept as “protected areas”, or”refuges”, in order to prevent non-GMO crops from being affected(“polluted”) by GMO crops?

 
 

5.     After being used to grow GMO crops, does the land need to be leftfallow for a long period of time before it can be used to grownormal non-GMO traditional crops, due to the gene flow problem insoil? Usually for how long should the land be left fallow in orderto eliminate this negative impact?

 
 

6.     Is the US department of agriculture organizing and supportingresearch on the pathogen discovered in GMO corns, GMO beans, andthe body of livestocksmiscarriage, which was reported in the letter to Secretary TomVilsack of the US department of agriculture from Dr. Don Huber,professor emeritus at Purdue University? When will the generalpublic be able to read the preliminary results of this research? Ifthe US department of agriculture has not supported comprehensiveand in-depth research on this pathogen, what is thereason?

 
 

7.     What does the US department of agriculture think about (NewZealand) Dr. Heinemann’s research and conclusion on thesustainability and innovation in staple crop production in the USMidwest? Is there any official opinion on this research from the USdepartment of agriculture?

 
 

The interview outline forward to EPA (US Environmental ProtectionAgency)

 
 

1.     What are the primary responsibilities of EPA?

 
 

2.     How does EPA view the pros and cons of growing GMO crops? What isyour projection on the relationship between GMO crops andenvironmental?

 
 

3. Why are buffer zones (isolated areas) set up in the area where GMOcrops are grown? What are the consequences if buffer zones are notset up, or not adequate?

 
 

4.     A recent report shows that 37 million bees were found dead inCanada after a large scale of GMO crops were grown there. Pleaseverify this report. Our

question: what does the massive death of bees mean toagriculture?

 
 

5.     Regardingthe problem of growing a large scale of glyphosate-resistant cropsin the US and the “superweeds” created by the massive use of theMonsanto glyphosate based Roundup,
please briefly introduce to us the situation andstatistics of the overspreading of these “superweeds,” theconsequence and statistics, and the specific methods that areadopted to control the situation.

 
 

6.     The glyphosate MRL (max. residuelimit) for soybeans was increased to 20mg/kg in 1997 by the US EPAfrom the limit of 6 mg/kg in 1982 and was increased again to40mg/kg this year. Is it mainly because more scientific experimentshave proved that the residue of glyphosate herbicide is lesspoisonous and is not harmful to animals and human beings, or is itmainly because the cultivation of glyphosate-resistant GMO beansleads to higher glyphosate residue?

 
 

7.     Currently, China is the largestproducer and the largest exporting state of glyphosate. The scaleand scope of using glyphosate herbicide is larger and larger. Sincethe US EPA increased the glyphosate MRL (max. residue limit) forsoybeans to 40mg/kg, will the US EPA recommend China to increasethe glyphosate MRL (max. residue limit) for soybeans also to40mg/kg?

 
 

8.     Some American scholars have noticed adramatic increase of a series of malignant diseases in the pastdecade, including thyroid cancer, liver cancer, infertility,newborn defects, congenital heart defects, low birth weight,precocious puberty, asthma, autism, diabetes, and inflammatorybowel. They have also noticed that the dramatic increase ofmalignant diseases in the past decade is highly related to theamount of the usage of glyphosate herbicide and the crops of GMObeans and GMO corns. Is the US EPA also paying attention to andconducting research on this situation, or does US EPA think thereis no correlation between the situation and the amount of the usageof glyphosate herbicide and the crops of GMO beans and GMOcorns?

 
 

The definite reason why the FDA, USDA and EPA was scared to acceptCuiYong-yuan’s interview: They are unable to answer these questionsunder the filming camera which involve apparent dereliction ofduty!

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