Following the great success of campaigns like March Against Monsanto, the new Monsanto Video Revolt brings the online revolution against Monsanto to life.
Susan G Komen for the Cure, part of the Komen Foundation, announced recently that it would be cutting several cities from its three-day fundraising road races that have garnered the organization millions of dollars over the years for misdirected cancer research and education.
In an effort to protect themselves, U.S. organic farmers tried to create some legal shield from being sued if Monsanto’s seeds were to drift into their organic crops, but an appeals court sided with Monsanto. Surprise surprise.
Companies should own every single bit of water on the planet, according to Nestle’s former CEO and now-Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe. His position, shared by many others in his ranks, is one of profits over people and corporate rights over human rights. They advocate a sort of survival-of-the-richest, where only those with money should have access to “privileges” like water.
Monsanto’s tale of destruction is far from new. As a matter of fact, Monsanto has been harming people for decades.
Photos posted by one mother of her children protesting Monsanto at the March Against Monsanto were labeled as ‘abusive’ and ultimately led to a ban.
In a recent study, participants taking cannabis experienced a healthy weight within the year, pain symptoms and inflammation decreased while mobility and fluidity increased, and much more. Further, 72 percent of participants were able to reduce their drug intake by an average of 1.7 medications per day by the end of the study.
In case your wondering why the term “Medical Mafia” is used occasionally to describe the unholy trinity of AMA (American Medical Association), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), and Big Pharma, here’s a brief historical summary.
Monsanto has given up pursuing operations in Europe and other nations around the world — but when will they be kicked out of the US?