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Monsanto stock price down 10% since protest action

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Yes there will be some that say the stock (share) price was beginning to drop before the protest, but that was in reality the price reacting to the very popular and well publicized ‘March against Monsanto’.

So on basic mathematics we need 9 more marches against Monsanto to finally destroy Monsanto. I for one would be happy to give up the time.

Yes this is proof that protest does make a difference.

Another big thanks to the organizers and those who helped make it happen.

Bees dying by the millions

More information on Monsanto killing bees

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Ontario, Canada: Elmwood beekeepers reported over 37 million bee deaths after farmers planted GMO corn with air seeders that also blow neonicotinoid pesticides into the air. [The EU has banned neonicotinoids, but North American officials and politicians, which are financially beholden to the biotech industry, continue to pretend that there is no problem.]
One of many dead hives at Schuit's Saugeen Honey, in Elmwood.

One of many dead hives at Schuit’s Saugeen Honey, in Elmwood.

  •  ELMWOOD – Local beekeepers are finding millions of their bees dead just after corn was planted here in the last few weeks. Dave Schuit, who has a honey operation in Elmwood, lost 600 hives, a total of 37 million bees.

“Once the corn started to get planted our bees died by the millions,” Schuit said. He and many others, including the European Union, are pointing the finger at a class of insecticides known as neonicotinoids, manufactured by Bayer CropScience Inc. used in planting corn and some other…

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Protest art , people and some puppy dogs from March Against Monsanto.

Monsanto, monopoly, money supply and mass murder

Monsanto food supply tagged

Robot bees and food monopoly

Robotic bee developed for mass production

Robotic bee developed for mass production

Honey bees are in severe decline in the US, the principle culprit is believed to be Neonicotinamides developed by Monsanto. Honey bees are responsible for pollination 2/3 of all food crops people eat, so without them we are in real trouble.

Rather then admitting responsibility for the damage they have done with neonicotinamide pesticides, Monsanto are developing Robot bees to have an even larger control over nature and your food supply.

How would you feel being forced to pay Monsanto to hire its robotic bees to pollinate your crops after its pesticides killed all the natural bees?

It’s not enough for Monsanto to have control over your seeds and food that want to control what get pollinated also, dangerous.

Global Day of Action – March Against Monsanto

62101_566004610084730_718215090_nMonsanto is a mega corporation which was founded in 1901.
Its key market is the agricultural sector and focused on pesticides and synthetics until around 1983 when they announced that they had successfully genetically modified a plant cell.

Much of Monsanto’s modern marketing has targeted the need to grow food almost anywhere on the planet, it’s quite an exciting idea, cheap crops that can be grown in the most extreme conditions.

Hey if this is true then whats the problem?

There are several issues that come into the spotlight.

  • Commercial distribution of Monsanto products has only flooded the market in the past 50 years, So we are still the guinea pigs.
  • Monsanto product is modified to prevent fruits & vegetables from reproducing seeds.
  • Patents taken out on seeds means the idea of food can be owned.
  • Their monopoly on the market is pushing organic farmers out of business.
  • Suspicious bypassing of government regulations in local markets.
  • Their food doesn’t taste the same as nature intended it, a lot of their food tastes like nothing and the list goes on.

Just like many other multi national corporations, Monsanto uses their power to pursue government officials and organisations such as the world trade  organisation and international monetary fund to completely reform trading system to allow access into a market and push out local businesses with often money and resources that lots of countries just don’t have.

Farmers world wide were at the front of the anti-globalisation movement in the late 90s trying to get the world to act on the threat for these mega corporations, the weight that these mega corporations have on local markets often makes it impossible to complete and killing local industry especially organics.

Monsanto is the world’s largest seed company (global market share: 27%) and owns over four fifths of the planet’s genetically modified (GM) seed and is listed as Forbes 16th most innovative company in the world.

People world wide are demanding more answers about what they are being fed and farmers and customers are worried that fair competition and choice is a thing of the past.

On May the 25th people around the world will be protesting in the local cities to raise awareness about Monsanto and our food supplies and protest governments which allow them into local markets and destroy farmers lives.

If you want to help organise the event message us or visit https://www.facebook.com/monsantomarchmelbourne

Haitians protest Monsanto seed "contribution".

Haitians protest Monsanto seed “contribution”.
Food Sovereignty, Not Agricultural Slavery
As the new earthquake continues to shake, this seemingly benevolent donation of vegetable seeds will forever change the paradigm of Haitian agriculture and thus lead to its further dependence on seeds that poison both the soil they are grown in and the bodies that consume them and that create financial dependency on the biotechnology firm Monsanto. “Our people will never be autonomous if Haiti has to suffer through what is called generosity, but makes us dependent on corporate control in agricultural production,” said Catherine Thélémaque of Action SOS Haiti in Montreal

Also see:

https://occupymelbourne.net/monsanto/

 

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