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11 Year Old Exposes Monsanto and Tells Them Where They Can Shove It! Must watch!!

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posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 02:46 PM

Originally posted by Wildmanimal
reply to post by CordDragonzord

Well it may be machinations and scripted. But could you imagine reciting and presenting an Intel speech to worldwide
television when you were 11 years old?

For Gods sake, don't shoot the messenger on this one.. Got to get the word out somehow.

This concept will be spread through every private school worldwide.

What have you done? Oh yeah, American Idol......I forgot.

edit on 13-3-2011 by Wildmanimal because: Typo/add in

ok...all you people that think all americans watch american idol...last week 6.5% of 18 to 49 yr olds watched. this is out of a population of 320 million. i bet that there is many more than 6.5% of 18 to 49 yr olds in europe out getting drunk at the local pub, bistro, cafe, on any given night. and there you just listen to the loudest drunkard in the establishment.
look...i, along with the majority of the people i know, already have known this information for quite some's all about having the power (translated money) to change it. actually i enjoy the fact that people think that the majority of americans are stupid, witless, and shallow.
example: i knew a businessman that was from the state of georgia and had a heavy southern accent, and did business in japan some of the times. at his request, he always had an interpreter with him for business interactions. what he never told anyone while there was that he was fluent in japanese. the japanese business associates he dealt with assumed he was a dumb redneck. let's just say, he was able to get a COMPLETELY honest and self-rewarding evaluation of his clueless hosts, which served him well in his career.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 03:59 PM
Standing ovation from me

Thanks that was inspiring! Makes me wish I still had my FB acct so I could post this to share. Oh well, the ole email will help spread the word. Kudos kid.....


posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 04:14 PM
Wow and I had thought that just about all of the new generation kids would be dumba$$es. Smart kid, great post.. This video just totally proves and confirms again, the fact that kids learn from their parents. And another reason why public school should be shunned upon, and/or at least revampt. S+F


posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 04:53 PM
reply to post by Newbomb Turk

If I lived in the midwest or the south, I probably would go this route.

What is the solution for people living in cities, such as in New York City or New Jersey? I might think anything locally grown in very polluted areas of the country would be just as safe as what you might find on the supermarket shelves.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 05:09 PM
I'm all for educating people and making real issues a genuine interest for the masses. But the kids 11, come on. He ought to be running around with other kids, not concerning himself with the state of the world.

Apart from that it's a decent video.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 05:10 PM

Originally posted by Deebo
Wow and I had thought that just about all of the new generation kids would be dumba$$es. Smart kid, great post.. This video just totally proves and confirms again, the fact that kids learn from their parents. And another reason why public school should be shunned upon, and/or at least revampt. S+F


I agree and you know what though...that is also another reason why I have seen homeschooling under attack many times recently is because TPTB WANTS us to remain in their institutions to keep us dumbed down. They DO NOT WANT children learning their correct history and risk them learning the things that perhaps they themselves were fortunate to learn such as scared geometry and the trivium (stuff from the ancient mystery schools that I would be incorporating into my kids studies).

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 05:51 PM
Interesting video although coached and scripted. I lean to the side that an 11 year old should not be worrying about their future. That should be reserved for adults and not laid upon the heads of children.

My concern would be motivation. Pushing this on a child that age is more of an indoctrination than the child coming to their own conclusions. He is parroting somebody who coached him.

A child that age would not be aware that if the world went totally organic right now this minute, millions upon millions would starve to death. Insect damage alone would take our per acre yield back to the level of the early 1900's. There is how it should be and how it can be without doing more harm than good. A child is not ready for that reality at that age. He would not know the difference between being wise and being irrational and is clearly parroting a Parents words.

Since the working poor in the US, still among the worlds richest can not afford organic foods, imagine what that would mean for areas where daily incomes are often under $2 per day. This is a far more complex issue than it's made out to be.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 05:55 PM
future motivational speaker in the making. at least he's not a child televangelist (they always creep me out)

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 06:43 PM
The kid may have been coached or he may be just that intelligent. I was a total nerd kid growing up. In the bottom of my locker, I kept my "locker library" for reading in study hall after finishing my homework. Needless to say, my teachers were regular visitors to my table to find out what I was studying next. I had some wonderful older teachers who encouraged me regardless of perplexed by me. Actually, it wasn't until I got to high school when I encountered people who degraded me for my uniqueness and ideas. I actually had an Algebra teacher who taunted me over the book I was reading and wouldn't accept my work because "I failed to work the problem and came to the answer through logic". I think I bruised his fragile male ego. A year later, I was hated for taking a one person stand against drug abuse. What I learned is people like "Yes people"; the good little girls and boys who never rock the boat or take them out of their safe little worlds to new ideas. That's why so many of us on here get the "yeah, right" from others when we try to fill them in on the reality of life. I hope this kid has better luck with standing up and speaking out.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 08:16 PM
Very cute and entertaining; however, an 11 year old doesn't have the capacity to even understand half of what hes saying. Its obvious that he was taught, and rehearsed with the speech very well from an adult who has an agenda, and is using a child to push that agenda.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 09:40 PM
Monsanto is just another key to the elite controlling everything.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 09:41 PM
I love it! Thank you for bringing this to our attention. This boy has further inspired me to buy organic (which I have been trying to tell family and friends for years). I will continue to being "the nutter" of my close circle of friends to spread these words.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 09:44 PM
I would recommend buying your own seeds, and planting your own.

GMOs are known to contaminate other farmers fields.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 09:52 PM
reply to post by jimmyx

Don't know if this matters or not, but many of my friends watch little to no television at all. It seems people are getting more active. Heck, I was stunned when I saw the demonstrations in Wisconsin. I used to think not many Americans will actualy get up and do something about it anymore, but it seems as thought we are moving to a sort of "convergence". I hope this leads to something bigger. Couple that with the public becoming less arrogant, and more kids actually giving a rat's ass instead of jerking off and listening to Lady gaga, maybe, just maybe, we might actually be able to "change".

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:03 PM

Originally posted by WhizPhiz
Isn't it funny how one child is more intelligent on these matters than the average adult. Adults have been crafted into the system, they've been brainwashed by it, children are our only hope at a different future. Only they can truly see how delusional the adults that run this world actually are.

Now you understand the inside joke from the show "Are you smarter than a 5th grader?"
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posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:05 PM
It's great to see kids being paranoid about GM food. Now we just gotta teach them about the aliens that run our government and Nibiru.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:09 PM
This kid had great delivery -- I'm guessing maybe his dad "helped" him write the speech -- but more power to him; everything he said is true and needs to be heard. The next generation is eating this food and will have to deal with the consequences of untested or unsafe things in the food supply, that are there because SOMEONE can be bought out for a few million dollars, rather than lose a few billion in profit for the food industry.

The BEST takeaway phrase to me; "You can either pay the farmer or the doctor." True. But for families on a budget, a cheap meal or paying 50% more for the "idea" of organic food is not an option. First, they don't appreciate the difference, and secondly -- it costs more.

The idea that people who didn't choose the right financial savings plan, the right "propaganda" on food, the right job because we don't pay a lot for people doing the RIGHT thing -- it's abhorrent. SOME of us, are smart enough or lucky enough to be aware -- but it's disgusting that kids have to win the lottery on parents to get a fair chance in life. EVERYONE should have healthy food, everyone should get the best education and health care available and THEN we can let someone who "earns more" get motivated with more money for a second home.

The truth is; even ORGANIC vegetables don't have to live up to the standards on the labels. And the soil in the ground the crops grow in, has less nutrients than the same soil your grandparents got food from -- that's because of decades of fertilizer without trace minerals. And if some big Agrafarm, with depleted soil suddenly put ORGANIC on the label -- what do we really know about that food other than the label and the price?

If GMO corn with estrogen-like molecules can give cancer to a rat, and isn't what YOU would choose -- it shouldn't be fed to ANYONE.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:10 PM
Dayum!! It's almost like this kid was born to tell us this. Amen to this kid's words and hopefully any parents out here on ATS will take this kid's words into definite consideration!

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:17 PM
Can i just go on a rant about the "old timers" saying that there is no hope for the youth?
It is the youth who are going against the old ideas.
It is the younger generations that are fed up with being slaves.

I am 21
and i am proud to be part of this wonderful life experience.

This kid is awesome.
Its the older people that wont wake up.
Its the older people that want to wage wars and fight.

The younger people who are intelligent know the system is wrong.

posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:19 PM
THere's 1 billion people starving right now. Without pesticides and gm food, 5 billion people would be starving. GM food doesn't cause cancer, 95% of our food is GM. If GM food caused cancer we would all have cancer.
That said, organic food does taste better.
edit on 13-3-2011 by Ghost375 because: Tasty

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