Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Monsanto mission - monopoly, pollution, greed

biodiversity and small farmers beat Monsanto

biodiversity and small farmers beat Monsanto

The endless propaganda from Monsanto is designed not to educate, but to distract from a very simple fact: Monsanto’s goal is not to solve world hunger. It’s to control the staple crops that feed the world by locking countries, farmers and food corporations into long-term contracts enforced by intellectual property law (GMO) and the use of their pesticides and herbicides (Roundup / glyphosate). This amounts to re-inventing slavery.

pollution, corruption or healthy food pollution, corruption or healthy food

Farmers used to spray weeds with herbicides ... now they spray the whole crop.

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environment, glyphosate, GMO, Monsanto, reinventing slavery, Roundup, corporate matrix

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2 comments :

  1. #Monsanto mission = #monopoly of food industry - production and marketing

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  2. Barossa Valley biodiversity celebrated in Chris Hall's book biodiversity news

    South Australia's Barossa Valley has long been renowned as a wine region. More recently Maggie Beer put it on the map for its foodie credentials.

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