This is a wonderful article. I learned so much about the Mexican point of view – what strong, vibrant, intelligent, determined, colorful and interesting, diverse peoples. I understand so much more about what they are going through and their own struggles against the corporate seed/chemical giants (basically Dow / Dupont / Monsanto / Syngenta soon to be ChemChina ?) BASF ) I feel terrible for them and all the other countries that are experiencing this force. I feel so hopeless in the US, like we can never get our land back from these mega monsters; I want to see them succeed – their courage, outspokenness and activism is awesome.
Soledad Barruti investigates what can be learnt from Mexico in its struggle against genetically-modified corn, and tells of the daily violence experienced by those on the frontline.
The leader in lamestream mainstream: Forbes lies & promotes mad science that is destroying our environment and our bodies.
Forbes and Forbes.com are capitalistic media outlets that are privately held (by Forbes Inc.) and promote corporate America as a money-making enterprise, at any cost. Forbes was founded in 1917 by a financial columnist for the “Hearst” papers Bruce Charles Forbes, who’s motto then was that Forbes magazine is “The Capitalist Tool.” BC Forbes’ partner, Full Article…
Just the lowdown on how chemical poison giantMonsanto mutated to being America’s major seed supplier/agricultural goliath/food producer ; funny yet sad as to how in your face unethical (i would venture to murderous) these giant globalists are; insane
The Undercurrent delves into the world of mass agriculture to ask how one company has such control over food supply. The name Monsanto was once synonymous with Agent Orange, but today it’s the dominance of the widespread herbicide Roundup which helps keep the company on top. (Time 5:14)
GM crops and honey bee research.In an investigation colonies of honey bees infected with the parasite nosema and fed with the pollen of the genetically modified maize MON810, collapsed much earlier than those colonies which were fed with conventional maize pollen.