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Argentinians protest Monsanto as pesticide usage increases rates of birth defects, cancer


Ever since the biotechnology industry first made inroads into South America back in the 1990s, rates of birth defects, cancer and other illnesses have steadily increased, a direct result of pesticides and herbicides being sprayed near residential areas. And one group of mothers from Argentina, known as "Mothers of Ituzaingo," is demanding that the industry's largest player, Monsanto, be removed from the country for the safety of all Argentinians and their children.

Millions against Monsanto: 5 Lessons from the Battle against GMOs


Twenty years after the controversial introduction of unlabeled and untested genetically engineered foods and crops, opposition to GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and Monsanto has created one of the largest netroots-grassroots movements in the U.S.
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Monsanto and GMO lies revealed


In May 2013, two million people in over 50 countries expressed outrage over Monsanto’s desire to own the food supply through genetically-altered (and patented) seeds that threaten all life on this planet. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are when a plant or animal has been genetically engineered with DNA from bacteria, viruses or other plants and animals. Whether you like it or not, you are eating genetically manipulated food without your consent.
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Vaccine Danger: Merck is Big Pharma’s Vaccine Monsanto


The pharmaceutical giant Merck enjoys vast revenues if they’re able to advertise and “lobby” politicians to pass laws promoting their vaccinations, even while still paying huge fines and settlements for the toxic aftermath of their other medicinal drugs.

Monsanto Funded Anti-GMO Labeling Campaign Gets Away with Impersonating Govt. Agencies


Misuse of a United States government seal can lead to a $250,000 fine, twenty years in prison, and three years of supervised release — unless you’re a campaign organization funded by major corporations like Monsanto. In a move completely ignored by the mainstream media (many of which have financial ties to such corporations), the anti-GMO labeling No on 37 Committee paid for and disseminated a physical piece of direct mail that not only entirely misused the FDA logo but even sported a fabricated quote.
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Monsanto now overriding natural law by attempting to patent multiple common vegetables, fruits


Global biotechnology megalith Monsanto is no longer content with simply manipulating and patenting its own genetically-modified (GM) counterfeits of nature. According to a new petition created by the human rights advocacy group Avaaz, Monsanto is right now attempting to exploit little-known loopholes in European law for the ultimate purpose of patenting common fruits and vegetables that exist naturally in nature - and the president of the European Patent Office (PAO) has apparently given his blessing to this malicious endeavor.
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Glyphosate toxicity to humans: An overview


Monsanto's infamous Roundup contains the hotly debated compound called glyphosate. This merciless herbicide is also found in 750 or more U.S. products. An herbicide like this infiltrates the landscape and accumulates in mammals, especially bone, hindering cellular detoxification along the way.

Health Ranger update: Monsanto Video Revolt and SCIENCE website expansion


The Monsanto Video Revolt that we held yesterday was a huge success. It was a LIVE broadcast that accompanied all your uploaded videos, and together we easily reached millions of people with a message to resist Monsanto's genetic pollution and food poisoning efforts.
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Millions against Monsanto: On the Road to Victory


After enjoying a year of maximum profits, record stock prices, the defeat of a major GMO (genetically modified organism) labeling campaign in California, pro-industry court decisions, and a formidable display of political power in Washington, D.C. - including slipping the controversial Monsanto Protection Act (http://www.organicconsumers.org) into the Federal Appropriations bill in March - the Biotech Bully from St. Louis now finds itself on the defensive.
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