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Originally posted by drwizardphd
This story was featured in the documentary The Corporation. If any ATS members haven't seen it, it's my absolute most-recommended movie of all time. It covers many topics that are ATS-worthy and is a major eye-opener to the corruption that is taking place in this country.
If anyone can still take Fox News (or indeed any major news outlet) seriously after this, then I feel truly sorry for them.
Great post OP, Star and Flag.
Originally posted by AeonStorm
Secondly: This is how journalism died. I think we should all take note as to how fear was used in this situation.
Originally posted by Sowhtt
I only just now noticed (due to ATS Live) this great thread Burntheships. Please forgive me for not taking part sooner and thank you for posting my Youtube video in your opening post.
The line between the highest level of governments and Monsanto are so blurred that they are truly one in the same... and the revolving door never ceases. The following is just a glimpse into the criminal(?) conflict of interest:
1) Donald Rusmsfeld, US Secretary of Defense / President of Searle subsidiary of MONSANTO.
2) Justice Clarence Thomas, US Supreme Court Justice / MONSANTO lawyer for Regulatory Affairs.
3) Linda Fisher, Deputy Administrator of US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) / Executive Vice President MONSANTO.
4) Anne Vereman, US Secretary of Agriculture / MONSANTO Board of Directors.
5) Michael Taylor, Deputy Commissioner for POLICY US FDA (Food & Drug Administration) / MONSANTO Senior Counsel.
6) Mickey Kantor, US Secretary of Commerce / Board of Directors MONSANTO.
7) Linda Watrud, US EPA / Biotech Research MONSANTO.
8) William Ruckelshaus, Chief Administrator US EPA / MONSANTO Board Member.
9) US Attorney General John Ashcroft received $10,000 (senatorial campaign) from MONSANTO, Monsanto's contribution to Ashcroft was five times that of any other congressional hopeful.