1. it’s not just the chem/pharma complex. even the american cattlemen’s assn can more than cow bernie sanders.


    he’s as bad as any other. otherwise how would he have survived so well politically?

    my guess is he’s only the popular political direction of the day. for awhile reactionary support of his views will feel like relief from the views forced on us from the rest. these are understandable reactions to the recent and less recent abuses, we’re all getting. in the end, his flavor will be as abusive as what we currently get – just in the opposite direction

  2. It’s not nice to fool mother nature, and mother nature is fighting back.
    Monsanto had to develop a newer version of Roundup to combat widespread weed resistance to glyphosate.
    Many studies show that plants communicate with each other. Orchids can release chemicals that attract wasps that will kill caterpillars. They grow better with classical music playing. I think they have a collective consciousness just as humans do.
    It still amazes me that these huge corporations can get so powerful as to force other countries to buy their harmful products.

  3. marcos anthony toledo

    Maybe there is some justice in this Universe these GODMENCH are finally getting their just deserts. Lets those who believe in a god pray these fiends crash and burn as soon as possible and leave us to live our lives in peace and safety. DEATH TO GMOs the sooner the better.

  4. Wow, market forces do work. So, if just 10% of the populace were to pull their money out of the “Tape Worm” (CAF Maxim), what other serious damage could be done to those Tape Worm entities that desperately deserve it? Is the question. Apparently, the Tape Worm counts it’s profits thrice a la Enron. It feels good not supporting the people that are trying to harvest you.

  5. This kid Tony from Natural Society has been banging away at the poison food industry for a while now (the voice in the internet wilderness and it seems presidential candidate’s are reluctant to touch on this issue publicly). I’m surprised Berney Sanders hasn’t at least mentioned it along with his criticisms of the petro-chemical industries,maybe in his stumping speeches he has, but I heard nothing about it in the democratic debate. Now is the time to hold the politicians feet to the fire over the GMO issue and get some air time so the rest of the public can be informed of new studies finding’s that is becoming available. The elections are a great opportunity to challenge the corrupt industry,its certainly an attention getter if you can survive the lawsuits and gag orders that will inevitably follow.

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