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posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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You dont need to remember all those company's. Just look at the independence. If it has soy, corn, canola or sugar beats in it then you know its GMO. When you start looking at ingredient you can tell just by the packaging what company's not to buy from. ESPECIALLY the company's that advertize as "all natural" All natural does not mean organic, its kind of a loop hole. Even if its USDA certified, does not mean its not GMO, USDA does not test for GMO products.




posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 03:29 PM
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Originally posted by Infi8nity
You dont need to remember all those company's. Just look at the independence. If it has soy, corn, canola or sugar beats in it then you know its GMO. When you start looking at ingredient you can tell just by the packaging what company's not to buy from. ESPECIALLY the company's that advertize as "all natural" All natural does not mean organic, its kind of a loop hole. Even if its USDA certified, does not mean its not GMO, USDA does not test for GMO products.


That's exactly why it's so hard to get away from them, trust me, I know. You have to go straight to the farmer,and it's too much of a bother for most people

It won't be such a bother when the majority of the population is being destroyed from the inside out. They will want to know why their body is attacking itself. Not everyone is content with hearing "just take one of these every 6 hours..."they will want to know the cause



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 03:40 PM
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Oh, but they are dangerous. Yes, the pesticides are terrible, but the plants alone are as well. The way the mRNA tranfers through your digestive tract to your blood stream and affects your organs in many different ways....mmm tasty. And the way It also passes its genetically altered trait to the intestinal flora, resulting in "round up ready bacteria." it won't be long now before the bt trait is passed on as well, making you a walking pesticide factory.

It's truly disturbing, enraging and heartbreaking all at once
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posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 04:59 PM
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Thank you for this list. I'll imprint it in my memory, and institute it into our family. Monsanto needs to go.

On another note: Oh no, both Pepsi and Coca-cola are listed! Now where am I going to get my poison beverages?



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 06:10 PM
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"Monsanto now owns Blackwater"
Not even an AR-15 rifle .223 caliber bullet would make me eat their monstrosity of food products.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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Good news, I see no beer in the list.

Now seriously, thanks for that list. Will print it and give it to my wife (she buys the groceries).



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 06:18 PM
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Always wondered what brands they had underneath their pyramid..thanks for sharing this!



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 07:19 PM
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Personally i feel we are already too far down the rabbit hole to turn around. The plans of the globalists are already too far along; the web of Trans national corporations too ingrained. I liken it to a glioblastoma/astrocytoma(IV) in the brain. Passivity is usually not beneficial when one is diagnosed with a stage 4 cancer like a Glioblastoma. So one must treat the disease aggressively, if surgery is even possible it is likely to result in the patients disability. Not buying certain food products is in my opinion quite passive, but unfortunately "agressive" options at this point may not be possible and they certainly aren't practical. So what are we left with? I wish I knew. Actually I do know one thing that destroys any type of cancer 100 times out of a 100, the death of the patient.

This is the extent of the global collusion.


FMR Dodge&Cox
\ /
Pfizer
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Monsanto



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 07:43 PM
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While I was trying to find out who the majority shareholders in Pfizer are I came across the financial records for Dodge & Cox and FMR from last quarter. The sold $25.71B and $518.21B in stock respectively last quarter. I don't really understand how the stock market works but that seems like alot of money. Does anyone know if Those are significant dumps. I find it frightening if the ultra rich are packing up shop and running for cover. P2P me if you have pertinent info as I am not trying to derail the thread.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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Thanks to all of you who read and/or commented here so far.

I appreciate the feed back and I hope we can all make a difference and turn the tide against companies like Monsanto, Unilever, Cargill and others.

These monopolistic corporate giants who use bully tactics against small business' who already have a hard time competing in a fair market place. They use unfair tactics and legal means to bleed the small business man forcing them to use or sell their products and if they don't they put them out of business.

Listen to the story of Percy Schmeiser. A small farmer who went up against Monsanto.


Imagine that a storm blows across your garden and that now, genetically-manipulated seeds are in your crops. A multi-national corporation pay you a visit, demand that you surrender your crops - and then sue you for $200 000 for the illegal use of patented, GM seeds. In this definitive David and Goliath battle, one farmer stands up against a massive multinational, and their right to claim ownership to a living organism.


David vs Monsanto

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posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:24 PM
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Considering what's in all that stuff people shouldn't be eating that crap anyways!

Stick to fresh foods, friends. You'll feel better.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:29 PM
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Thanks for your contribution. I don't feel you're trying to derail the thread at all.

It's important to "follow the money" and trace whose backing these companies and their agendas.

The more we know the better equipt we will be to fight back with our pocket books and buys products from other sources who use fair business practices and don't try to ruin our health and the planet.

In this link from the OP you can see Monsanto's own website lists it's division of three parent companies.

Pharmacia, Pfizer and Solutia

Monsanto and Big Pharma


Relationships Among Monsanto Company, Pharmacia Corporation, Pfizer Inc., and Solutia Inc.
Prior to Sept. 1, 1997, a corporation that was then known as Monsanto Company (Former Monsanto) operated an agricultural products business (the Ag Business), a pharmaceuticals and nutrition business (the Pharmaceuticals Business) and a chemical products business (the Chemicals Business). Former Monsanto is today known as Pharmacia. Pharmacia is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Pfizer Inc., which together with its subsidiaries operates the Pharmaceuticals Business. Today’s Monsanto includes the operations, assets and liabilities that were previously the Ag Business. Today’s Solutia comprises the operations, assets and liabilities that were previously the Chemicals Business. The following table sets forth a chronology of events that resulted in the formation of Monsanto, Pharmacia and Solutia as three separate and distinct corporations, and it provides a brief background on the relationships among these corporations.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:33 PM
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That's all junk food it looks like. I don't eat anything on that list... and it's definitely not hard to avoid doing so. I just buy meat, vegetables and starches. Anything that comes in a box or you buy frozen and "put in the oven" doesn't have a place in my kitchen. It's not hard to cook from scratch, it's much cheaper and it tastes 1,000 times better.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:40 PM
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Welp I guess I'm switching to generic.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:49 PM
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Morningstar Farms AND Loma Linda? I don't think we could not eat their foods in this household.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Even worse, all the generic products we can buy from different supermarkets are usually made by the companies you listed on your OP.

So, it's practically impossible to boycott Monsanto and associates...

Pretty scary.

Peace out.
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posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:51 PM
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Oh wow i never realized they owned so much or how many government ties they have. After reviewing the list it just reassures me that were doomed. Either way great post.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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Originally posted by Monsatan

Originally posted by Infi8nity
You dont need to remember all those company's. Just look at the independence. If it has soy, corn, canola or sugar beats in it then you know its GMO. When you start looking at ingredient you can tell just by the packaging what company's not to buy from. ESPECIALLY the company's that advertize as "all natural" All natural does not mean organic, its kind of a loop hole. Even if its USDA certified, does not mean its not GMO, USDA does not test for GMO products.


That's exactly why it's so hard to get away from them, trust me, I know. You have to go straight to the farmer,and it's too much of a bother for most people

It won't be such a bother when the majority of the population is being destroyed from the inside out. They will want to know why their body is attacking itself. Not everyone is content with hearing "just take one of these every 6 hours..."they will want to know the cause


It may be easy for you to go to a farmer but imagine the people from New-York City. If someone only relies on public transportations, how can a bus or subway bring them to a farmer?

It must be easier for people in the country to do so, but people in big cities may have difficulties trying to do so. So I think that when you say "too much of a bother" it's not fair to those people.

Or is there another option that i don't know of?

Peace out.
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posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 09:10 PM
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This near-future of our food supply taken over, messed up, destroyed eve, reminds me of this book I just read:
The Windup Girl...and in this future giant-bleep-ety-bleep agricultural companies control everything...it's crazy how close to this we may come. I wonder if we will tip over the edge, eh? I don't know if I can take out all these products, but I certainly will try to take some out.



posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 09:27 PM
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Aw holy heck! That is just, I don't want to say amazing in extent, how about horrifying? Time for some monopoly busting - bring back the suckers that broke Standard Oil.





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