- According to an article that
came out a few days ago, there is a new lawsuit against Monsanto filed
by 60 organic trade groups and family farmers. The farmers want to
prevent Monsanto from collecting royalties on Monsanto toxic gene additives
when natural crops become contaminated. This is offensive because
Monsanto's engineered plants should not be allowed to pollute other crops
period. Why aren't the farmers suing for the potential (or inevitable)
- The lawyers in this new case, the Public Patent Foundation
(PUBPAT) admit on their website that
"support for our work has come from the Rockefeller Foundation, the
Open Society Institute, and numerous individuals..." The Open Society
Institute is a George Soros operation. Why does anyone trust Soros?
The Rockefellers, known for creating the Population Council and eugenics,
are the kingpins behind the GMO scheme- one needs to look no further than
golden rice and the Doomsday Seed Vault. GMOs have been linked to
birth defects, organ damage, infertility, etc.
- It is my opinion that we eat GMO trash not only because
of our corrupt government's collusion with Monsanto and other biotech players,
but also because there is an enemy within. Are these attorneys posing
as consumer advocates, but misdirecting effective action? Doesn't
it make sense that the Rockefellers would buy off the opposition to pursue
their goal of depopulation? If the Rockefellers are willing
to pay to sterilize, abort and plan the mass murder of
people, why is deception so out of the question?
- The new lawsuit also challenges Monsanto's right to patent
seeds. While this may have been a useful strategy a few decades ago,
Monsanto holds voluminous GMO patents. The Supreme Court has upheld
the patent on
life since 1980.
- What if Monsanto did not own patents on seeds, but created
some type of seed without a patent that could only be controlled by their
exclusive patented spray? It seems that even in the unlikely event
that Monsanto patents became invalid, Monsanto could still find a way to
profit from GMO seeds.
- Another organization of lawyers, the Center for Food
Safety, well known for representing farmers in opposition to Monsanto,
receives Rockefeller money, too. This appears to be a very disturbing
conflict of interest.