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The Global March Against Monsanto Saturday, May 24, 2014

There’s been a frenzy of consumers fed up with having their food supply hijacked by chemical companies — and for good reason. One company in particular, Monsanto, is the leading culprit of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) who, along with the FDA, conspired to covertly introduce GMOs on to every single person in the U.S., we the unwitting participants in a devious experiment since the 1990’s, when GMOs were pushed into the entire food supply across the landscape of the U.S. — and that experiment is taking place, still, to this day. 

If you’re not outraged by this, you should be, considering the adverse health implications that GMOs cause — from digestive disorders, cancer, organ failure, sterility to premature death in rats fed GMOs — if this is happening in rats, what do you think GMOs are doing to us?

Monsanto has fought against our right to know what’s the in the food we eat by putting up close to $50 million to defeat several GMO labeling bills that would have required a label on foods that contain GMOs.

While most Americans in the past year were debating the economy, gun control and immigration, Barack Obama quietly signed his name to a controversial bill with a provision which allows companies that make dangerous laboratory created products to get off scot-free if these foods are found to be harmful to our health.

Of particular concern with the bill was Section 735, popularly known as the “Monsanto Protection Act,” which stated that federal courts cannot intervene and stop biotech companies from planting and selling GMO foods to the public, even if testing proves them to be potentially hazardous to consumers. Luckily, the provision expired on September 30, 2013.

All of us, those of us who eat, and I’ll presume we all do, the majority of all corn, soybeans, cotton, canola and sugar beets (sugar) grown in the United States are genetically ‘mutated’ organisms unless it is USDA Certified Organic. Fifty percent of papaya grown in Hawaii is GM. Small amounts of yellow “crook neck” and zucchini squash are also GM.

These chemical companies who now have a strangle-hold on almost the entire US food supply, try to pass themselves off as “agricultural companies” (but they’re anything but), buying up seed companies, placing a monopoly on seed supplies and destroying seed heritage that has been passed down through generations that span over ten thousand years. This is what fascism looks like, folks; buying up every last seed company so they can control the food supply and not have a competitive market.

We must realize that almost all packaged food that lines the grocery store shelves are derived from corn, soy and other genetically mutated food sources. Literally millions of food items are being sold with GMOs in them, and none of them have ever been tested for their safety on humans!

Is the rise in diseases since the 1990’s, when GMOs were covertly introduced into the entire food supply in the US just a coincidence, or is it more likely that the  diet of genetically modified foods the cause of autoimmune diseases, food allergies and celiac disease? And, are the alarming numbers of cancer which have increased since the 1990’s just another coincidence as well? Well, we really don’t know, and because there is no label on the foods that we buy and eat stating that they’re genetically modified, there is absolutely no accountability; no finger pointing back at the very corporations that created GMOs.

The chemical company Monsanto, if you haven’t already heard, is a company rich in coercion, corruption, fraud and deception and have been voted by the millions who oppose them, to be the most destructive company on the planet.

Last year in May 25th 2013, a grassroots movement swept across the world from Australia to Africa, from Bangkok to Belize, from New Zealand to Zürich and the US. The rise in opposition to GMOs has sparked off yet another global March Against Monsanto protest. Last year’s event was so huge, that a reported number of over 250 events in 34 countries took place at this global event — and they’re about to do it again.

It’s time to take back our food. It’s time to March Against Monsanto yet again!

If you’d like to be a part of this worldwide event, follow the links below and join the March Against Monsanto.

When: May 24, 2014

Where: Worldwide

Mission Statement: For a clear understanding why the March Against Monsanto is so important to every single person on the planet, read the full mission statement here: http://bit.ly/16maNt2

Global Event List: http://bit.ly/1hkR7qJ

Start your own march: http://on.fb.me/16qw2r4

More info: www.march-against-monsanto.com

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  • Troy Achers

    Monsanto is such a big company and has so much influence, I don’t think any of this will do any good cuz they’ll just buy off politicians and governments and push their gmo’s.

    What’s the point really?

  • http://twitter.com/ClimbingOutBlog Climbing Out Blog

    i understand where you are coming from troy….sometimes it does feel hopeless, but should the time arrive that my kids look in my face and say ‘why didn’t somebody do something’ i’d rather tell them ‘a lot of us tried really hard’ than ‘because we didn’t think we could win’

  • Debbie

    Yes, they are big…but so was Enron at one point. I am in Canada and it seems to me that our politicians are just as ‘bought’ as American ones are. That doesn’t stop me from taking a stand and objecting. I vote with my shopping dollars, I protest, I sign petitions, I inform others, I continue to read and study and inform myself of the latest research. I am astounded at the shift in awareness since the so-called defeat of Prop 37 a few months ago. The momentum is building rapidly. I have dug my heels in and I will not be moved!

  • OneEyedJack

    You make a really good point. Especially knowing that our children will be the ones having to deal with this problem unless we do something about it first.

  • MonicaD

    I have to agree with Troy Achers. Monsanto has such a tight grip on politicians and other government agencies that it seems almost impossible to think that they’ll ever go away and stop killing all of us with their frankenfoods.

  • First Officer