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EPA hid truth about glyphosate and cancer for decades to protect Monsanto's corporate profits

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) Did the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency run cover for biotech behemoth Monsanto for years to hide the cancer-causing properties of one of the agri-giant's most profitable chemicals? Absolutely, asserts Dr. Anthony Samsel, a research scientist and consultant who says he has EPA documents in his possession which allegedly show that Monsanto was aware of research tying glyphosate, the primary chemical in the company's popular Roundup herbicide, to cancer since the 1970s.

Call to action on a Monsanto Roundup class action suit

BY Fassa:(NaturalNews) A civil suit accepts a preponderance of evidence instead of evidence that proves guilt without any doubt. This civil suit demands a jury to hear it. It's simply suing Monsanto for false advertising with Roundup, the world's best selling herbicide.

According to the plaintiffs attorney T. Matthew Phillips, the science is there and he has scientists willing to testify. If it does go to the requested jury trial, the facts disclosed within that procedure become part of the public domain. These facts could publicly incriminate Monsanto as a toxic menace.

German ministers call for EU-wide ban on Monsanto's deadly glyphosate herbicide

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Monsanto may be expanding its operations in the United States, but elsewhere, lawmakers, scientists, activists and ordinary citizens are increasingly questioning (and in many cases banning) the introduction of GM crops, along with the use of the glyphosate herbicide (Monsanto's Roundup).

State consumer protection ministers in Germany are advocating an EU-wide ban on glyphosate herbicides in response to the World Health Organization's (WHO) categorization of the chemical as "probably carcinogenic."

Hillary Clinton's devotion to Monsanto's GMOs scares away Democrat voters

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton's ties to agri-business giant Monsanto, the largest manufacturer of genetically modified seeds and crops, are costing her support in the crucial early primary state of Iowa, itself a bastion of agricultural production.

Monsanto knew 35 years ago that its glyphosate-soaked 'food' causes cancer

By Huff: (NaturalNews) Key data outlining the toxicity of glyphosate (Roundup) was recently uncovered, revealing that Monsanto knew about the cancer-causing effects of its best-selling herbicide more than 35 years ago, as did the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and yet neither entity chose to make this information known in the interest of public health.

Monsanto gets sued for falsely advertising glyphosate as non-toxic to humans

By Devon: (NaturalNews) A class action lawsuit coming out of California could deal another hard blow to the infamous Monsanto Corporation. The lawsuit is pointing out what - that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup, is killing not only plants but also targeting specific enzymes in the microbiome of the human gut.

Monsanto operatives bully academics who discuss cancer links to GMOs and glyphosate

BY Heyes: (NaturalNews) Agrochemical and biotech giant Monsanto claims it is just a global company seeking to help mankind engineer a better life. However, the company is increasingly behaving more like an element of organized crime, especially when faced with science that refutes its claims about how "safe" its genetically modified crops and seeds are.

The company sends its operatives to intimidate and bully academics whose work produces results that counter Monsanto's claims.

Monsanto's National Farm Mom of the Year will be the next decade's national CANCER mom

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) What mom -- or any person for that matter -- wouldn't enjoy winning $10,000? It's a wonderful prize, not to mention an especially timely one with Mother's Day right around the corner.

Well, it's happening, and the warm and fuzzy feel-good contest is sponsored by none other than Monsanto as part of their search for America's Farmers "Mom of the Year" contest.

Monsanto CEO claims GMOs are the only way to feed the world - Ever heard of permaculture?

By Benson: (NaturalNews) If Monsanto was a person, it would be a certifiable sociopath -- obsessed with itself, unaware of everyone and everything around it, and utterly delusional when it comes to facts and reality. And this seems to describe Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant to a T, as he recently told the U.K. paper The Independent that genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) are the only way to feed the world, apparently oblivious to permaculture growing methods that have been feeding people naturaly for millennia.

People reject GMOs because of Monsanto's 'hubris,' claims CEO of most evil company in the world

By Huff: (NaturalNews) In an ironically ostentatious and patronizing public relations stunt, the CEO of the world's most evil multinational corporation, Monsanto, recently offered some personal insights into why he believes people oppose genetically modified organisms (GMOs).