March Against Montsanto – May 25

On May 25th 2013, rallies across the world are organizing, from Australia to Germany, from New York to California… A “March against Monsanto” is going to take place.

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With President Obama’s recent signing of the Monsanto Protection Act, food safety advocates are up in arms. As GMOs fill grocery store shelves at an alarming rate, more people are growing aware of the health risks associated with genetically altered organisms. People are growing tired of this disease-promoting, genetically manipulated food. They are sick of controlling multinational corporations like Monsanto dictating their food supply. May 25th 2013, rallies across the world are organizing, from Australia to Germany, from New York to California. A March against Monsanto is expected to take place.

How important is real, organic food to you? Do you want to support small farmers and their independence? Do you want to protect the future of the seed and health of your family?

Research – look for ways to speak up and make a difference. Join a march against Monsanto rally on May 25th in your city: http://occupy-monsanto.com/tag/march/

Miami March Facebook Event link:  https://www.facebook.com/events/607444785948659/

Monsanto Protection Act awakening the republic

This new “Monsanto Protection Act” signed on March 26th, 2013, gives executive powers to the USDA that grant permission to companies like Monsanto to sell its genetically modify seed to farmers without any judicial accountability. The provision is written in a way to assure farmers a profitable and safe venture with GMO seed, but in reality, this law is designed to grant GMO producers like Monsanto legal immunity from the health problems their products will cause down the road.

This provision removes the judicial system from the picture, allowing Monsanto to dominate agriculture, selling genetically altered seed to farmers and damaging human genes – all without any real justice.

Government complying to Monsanto’s demands, despite health risks

Dave Murphy, founder of Food Democracy Now, said, “I think the Monsanto Protection Act, how it was passed and how it was slipped into law is just another example of how this company (Monsanto) operates, how they manipulate our democracy, and how they buy off our elected officials.”

It’s apparent. The industry demands profit. Instead of upholding justice, the government is bought off to pass laws that permit companies like Monsanto to trample the people’s health and environment.

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