This arbitrary, groundless retraction of a published, thoroughly peer-reviewed paper is without precedent in the history of scientific publishing, and raises grave concerns over the integrity and impartiality of science. These concerns are heightened by a sequence of events surrounding the retraction: the appointment of ex-Monsanto employee Richard Goodman to the newly created post of associate editor for biotechnology at FCT…
That a former Monsanto scientist should find himself in charge of a specially-created post at the very journal that published two landmark studies questioning the safety of that company’s products should surprise no one who is aware of the Monsanto revolving door. This door is responsible for literally dozens of Monsanto officials, lobbyists and consultants finding themselves in positions of authority in the government bodies that are supposedly there to regulate the company and its actions.
Yes on 522 might not have succeeded at passing a labeling law. Although labeling advocates are disappointed, progress can be found elsewhere, if not in state congresses throughout the United States.
Anthony Gucciardi of NaturalSociety breaks down how Monsanto’s propaganda has killed the GMO labeling initiative in Washington and the company is becoming even more desperate than ever in this report.
With Monsanto taking the lead, millions of dollars have been funneled illegally through a slush fund to try to sway voters in Washington state against passing the 522 Initiative that would require grocery stores that sell foods containing GMO food to label it as such.
Voters are already mailing in ballots for food labeling initiative I-522 in Washington State, where large food corporations have set a state record, contributing 17.1 million dollars, to defeat the truth-in-labeling initiative. Shameless and arrogant agribusiness behemoth Monsanto leads the way with 4.8 million dollars in donations to defeat the initiative. Other large donations were made by General Mills, Inc. ($598,819), PepsiCo, Inc.($1,620,899), Kellogg Company ($221,852), and Nestlé USA, Inc. ($1,052,743) .
A worldwide rally against genetically modified food giant Monsanto is being held across the globe. Activists are protesting the use of potentially harmful chemicals in food production, something Monsanto says is the only way to feed the globe’s growing population. Hundreds of cities are set to take part in the march across more than 60 countries.
Monsanto has utterly failed in convincing the public that their disease-linked genetically modified creations are ‘safe’, and the only option left is to resort to an assembly of dirty tricks. Spending a whopping 8.2 million just to fight GMO labeling in Washington, we have really begun to see the desperate and clinging nature of the failing biotechnology giant.
Thanks to the intellectual campaigns against the agricultural corruption brought upon by Monsanto and its GMOs, we are now winning the overall war against the corporate monopoly and genetically modified creations at large.
In a major victory brought upon by serious activism and public outrage, new legislation changes will shut down the Monsanto Protection Act rider that granted Monsanto protection from legal action and was set to renew on September 30th
Abby Martin breaks down how the Ag giant Monsanto has established a permanent revolving door in Washington, highlighting major conflicts of interest between top government officials who have personal stakes in the company.
Most anti-GMO supporters are aware of the dangers of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). However, they are unaware that one of the top goals of GMOs is to use them as bio-weapons to achieve the objectives of certain biotech companies. With the right technologies and techniques, biotech companies can create GMOs that can be used to affect certain genes to the point where they can cause certain health conditions to manifest, such as cancer, obesity, diabetes or infertility. Certain controlling globalists who are in control of the largest biotech companies (Monsanto, DuPont) believe that the world is too overpopulated; therefore, they need to create GMOs that can cause infertility.
GMO giant Monsanto’s latest endeavor involves taking advantage of loopholes in European laws that would allow them to patent common fruits and vegetables.
While a USDA approval is expected, as is typical of all GMO crop applications submitted to the agency, there has been an excessive amount of consumer concern over the safety of the new strain of soy crops.