I mean, if you are citing the work of Kaayla Daniel and Joseph Mercola, how firm are your facts anyway?
...These two are on a anti-soy disinformation campaign like nothing else. Should hemp foods realize a significant share of the natural foods market (and I have no doubt that in time it will), the tables will most likely be turned on hemp--that's just the game of denigrating the competition I guess.
I guess business is business
But as far as factual denigration of hemp, that would be hard to do! It's such a fabulous resource. Everything can be made from hemp, it seems. The market is growing. But, you're right about it being demonized -- will probably be alot of the "this is a drug" propoganda, which will be echoed by conservative lemmings
Soy does get a bad rap. And most of it comes from agenda-ladened anti-soy groups. I do think, though, that isolates/powders should be avoided for optimal health. I think occasional tofu, yuba, tempeh, soy sauce, etc. are all okay, though, and some do have some benefits.