[permaculture] Monsanto versus Steve Marsh: First GM legal battle in Oz
Lawrence F. London, Jr.
venaurafarm at bellsouth.net
Sat Jan 22 20:27:54 EST 2011
On 1/22/2011 6:06 PM, Douglas Hinds wrote:
> Saturday, January 22, 2011, Lawrence London posted a disturbing news
> For Western Australian Government's Agriculture Minister Terry
> Redman, coexistence signifies contamination and anything less he
> calls "unrealistic".
> What percentage of Western Australia's crops are either
> organic or conventional transgenic-gene-free?
> What percentage of Western Australia's farmers plant crops that are either
> organic or conventional?
> An Agriculture Minister that makes grossly irresponsible statements such
> as the ones quoted here, displays an intention to deny accountability for
> damages done to others.
> Will he and Monsanto be able to get away with this?
Think how many portfolios and mutual funds include Monsanto stock and
that of other ag & ag biotech firms of their ilk. Therein lies much of
their support and describes a community they are beholden and answerable
I think you know the solution to the problem, Douglas:
BOYCOTT THEM and all companies economically tied to them in any way.
Form and sustain a new and separate agriculture movement and community
of farmers and gardeners, regardless of size.
Got a better plan?
You read the news I posted about our French ambassador involved in a
long term scheme to force GMO's on the EU countries against their will.
Tactic: the baloney method, erode their resistance one thin slice at a time.
If the you-know-whos try to buy the government and force us out of
business then what legal options are available to us and I mean all of
us across the globe?
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