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Though the controlled corporate media apparatus is suppressing the story, 40 tons of GMO crops were torched, prompting an FBI investigation. There has been a COMPLETE MEDIA BLACKOUT, outside of local circles has dared to mention it, perhaps because government fears that if the public learns that other people are getting fighting mad (literally), they might join in, and become an actual revolution. It was only reported locally live on KXL Radio and echoed by the Oregonian, where the ONLY web mention exists, hard to find because the headline wording is carefully avoids the most likely keywords f
Originally posted by babybunnies
In November 2012, Americans had the chance to vote to know if the food they were eating was genetically modified, and overwhelmingly voted "No", about 70%.
Many of us shook our heads at the time and had postings on bulletin boards such as these talking about the craziness of this vote, and were shot down in flame wars that "americans don't care what's in our food"
Apparently, just over six months later, you do.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by purplemer
Is the US beginning to wake to the plight of GM foods.
Ecoterrorists are nothing new.
And what about the BILLIONS of gallons of monsanto's weed killer finding its way into our water supplies? Is that not Eco-terrorism?
In a riveting victory against genetically modified creations, a major biotech company known as Syngenta has been criminally charged for denying knowledge that its GM Bt corn actually kills livestock. What’s more is not only did the company deny this fact, but they did so in a civil court case that ended back in 2007. The charges were finally issued after a long legal struggle against the mega corp initiated by a German farmer named Gottfried Gloeckner whose dairy cattle died after eating the Bt toxin and coming down with a ‘mysterious’ illness.