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Breaking: Monsanto Forced Out of UK by Activists

Anthony Gucciardi
February 3rd, 2012
Updated 11/06/2012 at 12:33 pm
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It has been a truly rough week for Monsanto. After being slammed with a lawsuit by concerned farmers over their GMO crops and thrown out by China, now the corrupt juggernaut is being thrown out of the United Kingdom. In an unprecedented announcement, Monsanto announced a major departure from the UK due to “intense opposition” to genetically modified foods from activists.

As a result, the company is now closing its genetically modified wheat growing operation based in Cambridge. Monsanto officials even went on record stating that the move was a result of opposition against their own ‘Frankenstein Foods’.

Furthermore, the company is even looking to liquidate their GMO crop facilities based in Germany, France, and the Czech Republic. Monsanto is making a run for it, and food good reason. Nations have been openly voicing their opposition against the biotech mammoth, with officials and individuals nationwide taking a stand. France is one of many nations to call out Monsanto’s crimes, citing health concerns among the many reasons to reject Monsanto’s GMO crops.

Monsanto Thrown Out Across the Globe

India has also joined the conglomerate of nations directly opposed to the agricultural corruption brought upon by bloated biotechnology giant Monsanto, declaring legal action against the corporation for a crime dubbed ‘biopiracy‘. Peru even went as far as to pass a monumental 10 year ban on genetically modified foods.

It seems that the United States officials are among the few who still swear allegiance to Monsanto, even allowing their genetically engineered hormone RBGH to run rampant in the U.S. despite being banned in 27 nations. Shockingly, the synthetic hormone (RBGH) is actually created using molecules and DNA sequences that are a result of molecular cloning. Are U.S. officials truly convinced that Monsanto’s GMO crops are truly safe, or does it have to do with the fact that many Monsanto employees are at the heart of the U.S. government? Decide for yourself — click the image below to see the relationship between Monsanto and the U.S. government:

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1.thumbnail Breaking: Monsanto Forced Out of UK by ActivistsGoogle Plus ProfileAnthony is the Editor of NaturalSociety whose work has been read by millions worldwide and is routinely featured on major alternative and mainstream news website alike, including the powerful Drudge Report, NaturalNews, Daily Mail, and many others. Anthony has appeared on programs like Russia Today (RT), Savage Nation, The Alex Jones Show, Coast to Coast AM, and many others. Anthony is also dedicated to aiding various non-profit organizations focused around health and rehabilitation as well as the creator of the independent political website Storyleak

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  • Nancy

    This site says that the Experimental GM wheat growing is continuing in 2013, where did you read that it is stopping?

  • Gaura Das

    How many farmers in India did you inspire to commit suicide this year ?

    One in every 30 seconds. What a wonderful job you are doing of population control. Is that another one of your "contributions" to society.

    I have been a non-violent vegetarian for the past 36 yrs, but if I had Governmental power, I would sue every last penny from Monsanto for all the people's lives you have destroyed. Then I would subject everyone that worked for Monsanto to Capital Punishment, to relieve you of all your horrendous karma that you are building up for yourselves, so that you will not have to suffer even more in your next life for all of your atrocities.

    • Hare Rama

      Well said….I agree wholeheartedly with every word x

  • deb

    Why does this article keep popping up? Oh I see… gets a lot of hits.

  • monsanto hunt

    Name them. Know THEM. eugenics Psychopaths. Lairs.

    Filthy Few

  • Heidi Stevenson

    China has not thrown Monsanto or GMOs out. The conclusion of the article referenced in support of the statement concludes "…the authorities will further increase the technology research and development of genetically modified corn, the early introduction of a more excellent genetically modified maize varieties." (That's a Google translation of the article.)

    The article discusses delays in genetic modification of some crops, and it discusses the fact that corn is becoming more popular. Therefore, there will likely be more focus on GM corn and less on other grains. That probably explains how the confusion about what the article states came about.

  • Gaia Health

    A bit of a problem – the information this article references is from 2003.

    Nothing Monsanto is doing has anything to do with public outcry. The fact is that it won't be long before GM crops are in European supermarkets – and the people will not be informed. The EU is signing all the same treaties that the US and China have signed. Those treaties mean that they won't be able to keep GMOs out – and Monsanto knows it. So they're giving the public the impression that they've won. It's misdirection from the reality: Monsanto and BASF Pull Out of Europe: Good News or Sleight of Hand?

  • Anonymous

    I love the fact Monsanto felt so threatened by this that they commented on the article..

    • glittermama

      Psychopaths always get defensive. They know they are wrong but they still convince themselves they are right ! ASSHOLES !

  • Nikki

    This was mistakenly dated as is from 2003…. .

    • Anonymous

      Which is strange because there's MSM on it dated February 3, 2012 too… yet it is now deleted:

      • mark

        This whole article is a terrible mismatch of copy and past from lots of outdated articles which has been altered with lots of spelling mistakes, to make it appear new news, also it is full of incorrect and misleading facts and statements. shame on the journo who threw this together, u should be reassigned to the employment wanted section. Monsanto Left the UK and some other countries some time ago, because of activists? NO because of $ they are now huge in CHINA and their employee and labour costs have reduced dramatically. China heavily subsidize them and china and the United States are working to have GM foods in most large supermarket chains by the end of 2012, they are even marketing the gm food under the banner of sustainability!

        • anon

          thanks monsanto!

  • Susannah

    Love the article, support the cause. There are glaring spelling mistakes throughout that government chart. Someone should fix that.

  • We are anonymous

    Thanks Monsanto for only disagreeing with one point. That means everything else is true!

  • MonsantoCo

    Contrary to various reports on the internet and social media channels, Monsanto is not pulling out of the United Kingdom or other countries in Europe. We have a strong business in Europe and are in the busy run up to our farmer customer’s spring planting season.

    Internet sources are citing a Daily Mail (UK) news article. Because of the way the Daily Mail web site displays search articles – showing the current date instead of the original publication date – it gives the appearance of being a current article. In fact, the article was published on Oct. 16, 2003.

    • Anonymous

      Strong business in Europe is the same thing as infiltration of government. Your products poison more humans and destroy more ecosystems than any corporation on the planet. Thanks Monsanto!

    • Anonymous

      Your Farmers?

    • Mary

      MonsantoCo, You are the $CUM of the earth. I don't know how you or any one working for you sleeps at night. You must not have children because it is clear that you do not care about what you are doing to the earth that our children & the children to come will inherit.

  • Anonymous

    Amazing, this is stirring up quite the controversy today.

    Why is the MSM deleting these stories?

  • Anonymous

    Very strange, I did see this in the recent news feed then it was deleted from MSM…

  • sam

    the daily mail article was published on 16/10/2003, i think you have your wires crossed.

    • Anonymous

      Checkout the new updated link though:

      • Mary

        Anonymous, thanks for the info, but when I when there, it read "sorry, the page you requested was not found." Do you have any other links? Thanks!

        • Mike

          Same here

    • Nikki

      yes indeed ):

    • patriot 0f freedom

      This is the 3rd article I have come across so far with that same problem.

      Is it possible that someone is trying to feed us disinfo? It's a good bet that they are for whatever reason.

      Point being, lets try and get actual up to date info published. Especially when it comes to issues like this.