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RT REPORTING ON A CASE INVOLVING MON(STER)SANTO

Well, if you've been holding your breath waiting for the Amerikan lamestream media to report anything about the GMO foods debate, you're probably turning purple by now. And here's a story that you probably didn't hear about while you were holding your breath:

Farmers demand an appeal in Monsanto GMO case

The essence of this lawsuit is here:

"Last February, District Court Judge Naomi Buchwald dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association in which the plaintiffs sought legal protection from Monsanto, a billion-dollar corporation that has grown exponentially in recent years to become a dominating figure in the American agricultural market. Small time farmers say there is a reason for that, though, and they want the courts to do something about it.

"Before Judge Buchwald rejected their plea, the plaintiffs wanted the government to step in to make sure small time farmers would no longer be sued by Monsanto, a company that has introduced a number of lawsuits in recent years against independent growers.

"In addition to being a titan in the agricultural field, Monsanto is also known for patenting genetically modified seed types that can spawn crops that rival the ones made by Mother Nature. While those products are a hot commodity among some farmers, others aren’t fortunate enough to add them to their fields. That isn’t to say the occasional wind gust or other method doesn’t move those GMO seeds onto unlicensed farms, though, and Monsanto has spent millions to sue farmers that infringe, even accidently, on their costly patent.

That's right. Mon(ster)santo and other "agribusiness" companies sue farmers who didn't even want their seeds, and who end up with fields containing Mon(ster)santo products by dint of some act of nature: birds that eat the monsterseeds and drop them, wind gusts...

This, of course, is not justice, but we shouldn't really expect that from a government system wholly bought and paid for in classic mercantilist fashion. You read it correctly: those who don't want the damned crap don't even have "standing" with the "court."  Only those able to offer a few hundred thousand dollars in campaign contributions, or in "consultancy contracts" (bribes), have "standing."

But what is really galling - in view of the sickeningly Disney-esque commercials of said company now appearing on lamestream television of happy smiling GMOed farmers -is that the story had to appear in RT.  It is a sad indicator in one sense, of how far gone the culture in North Amerika now is, but in another sense, it is yet another reminder that, all along, that lamestream media has been feeding a carefully crafted directed narrative. This time, that "feeding" is quite literal, and both the "food" and the narrative accompanying it, are carefully crafted.  Let's all hope that more countries around the world wake up to this danger, and save the real seeds for future generations, because it won't be happening here any time soon.

See you on the flip side.

10 thoughts on “RT REPORTING ON A CASE INVOLVING MON(STER)SANTO”

  1. It appears that U.S. farmers may need to take their case to Russia in order to find an honest ear…and why not? Hell, the U.S. administration seems to think it can flout American ‘law’ all over the planet, in pursuit of shielding predatory capitalists and, as Smedley Butler defined them, their military thugs.

    That’s Ronnie Raygun’s “Shining City on a Hill” the equivalent to JRR Tolkien’s Mordor, a bleak, desolate and brutal place, devoid of any humanity, full of shadows and death.

    Let us hope that the rest of the planet can quarantine the spread of Mordor’s creeping crud before it snuffs out the host that gives us shelter.

    1. Thank You Margaret and thank you Russia TV for breaking through the curtain of Wisner’s Wurlitzer!

    2. oops, sorry, meant to send link, not embed RT video

      Most countries have seed banks for preserving their crop diversity. The Svalbard global seed vault, opened in Norway in 2008, was created as a duplicate repository for seeds held in gene banks around the world. Sounds like a good idea, but who are the major funders/sponsors? The usual suspects: Bill Gates, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Syngenta, DuPont. Lots of worrisome connections there re eugenics [Hitler, spermicidal GMO corn, abortion vaccines and more], gmo biowarfare, patenting. And Rockefeller and Ford foundations also control most of the private ‘third world’ seed banks. It may be coincidental that the governing trust is in Rome. I don’t know if Dr. Farrell has covered this elsewhere, but here’s a ‘must read’ article by F. William Engdahl, author of Seeds of Destruction: Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation:

      http://www.globalresearch.ca/doomsday-seed-vault-in-the-arctic/23503

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Great article & book.

        Engdahl’s new book is also outstanding:
        Mtyhs, Lies and Oil Wars.
        In it, he definitively shows that oil’s source is geological, NOT biological.
        Oil is abiotic/ NOT biotic.

    3. Robert Barricklow

      Great video!
      Shows their modus-operandi of spreading poisons onto clean environments, and then sueing mother nature for being poisoned.
      Monsanto should be one’s sued, anywhere their poisons contanminate the orgainic farms.
      It’s the fake news, faux democracies, upside-down world of the elites; sueing innocence, for naively becoming infected by NWO parasites.

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