Activists and concerned citizens around the world have had enough with corrupt corporations censoring their right to know what's in their food, and frankly they're beyond upset.
And if the government will not side with the 90 plus percentage of consumers who are in favor of GMO labeling, then they're going to do it themselves.
As it turns out, many are doing just that through the 'DIY' GMO labeling campaign known as 'The Label It Yourself Campaign'.
Sporting a skull with cornstalks for crossbones, the DIY labels inform customers as to whether or not a product 'may' include GMO ingredients or most certainly does.
Below is one label taken from the campaign website that activists are now placing on products found in grocery stores, homes of friends and family (to incite discussion), and just about everywhere else:
People Will Not Stand for Corporate Food Lies Any Longer
With 80% or more of many staple crops like corn and soybeans already genetically modified, there is a large chance that most products containing these ingredients (or derivatives) does indeed contain GMOs.
Even more so for highly processed high-fructose corn syrup and other harmful ingredients which are arguably modified 100% of the time. You can print out the labels from the campaign website and stick them on products for yourself.
With a lack of real GMO labeling thanks to dirty tricks by pro-GMO groups like No on 37, grassroots initiatives are the only methods of alerting the public to what they are putting into their mouths.
Now, citizens are fighting back through peaceful grassroots initiatives.
As a picture from one Treehugger blog shows, consumers are honestly labeling processed foods across the shelves of international grocers:
As for the legal aspect?
The Label It Yourself Campaign states:
When government legislation is shot down through corruption, it becomes a grassroots responsibility to take action and make a real change.