[Market-farming] Roundup controversy
JayGee at jghelp.com
Tue May 17 16:16:35 EDT 2005
On Tue, 17 May 2005 13:28:50 -0500, Elise Lutrick wrote:
> Hi, folks.
> Roundup is likely not as innocuous as Monsanto's own studies have led the
> public to believe. Remember, Monsanto has a huge vested interest in selling
> this product--it's probably their biggest money-maker.
Not only is Monsanto committed to RoundUp in a big
way, they have mortgaged their entire future via
genetic engineering in creating the "RoundUp Ready"
lines of seeds.
All in all, it is a Hummer-like mentality brought about
by arrogance that their way is better for everybody,
when in fact, it is only better for them.
Creating higher crop yields in undeveloped countries
only increases the strains on those countries. It does
not improve lives at all, except for the few who exploit
not a farmer -- but interested in farming
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