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Monsanto legislating against Organic farming

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HatTip rense for the pic above



Also see:

Iraq the Genocide, also Monsanto’s rule

Video: The world according to Monsanto — Banned in the USA

Honey for the Waste Incinerator

Monsanto’s Bt Cotton Kills the Soil as Well as Farmers

Shareholders ask Monsanto to defend US constitution. Iraqi farmers legally forced to use Monsanto seeds. Ex director advises Obama

Monsanto in law



Monsanto is heavily involved in Europe too.


From 2001:

The Earth is not dying, it is being killed, and those who are killing it have names and addresses. – Utah Phillips

Appendix 1: UK Locations:
Monsanto UK Ltd. (PBIC) The Maris Centre 45 Hauxton Rd. Trumpington Cambridge CB2 2LQ England tel. 01223 849200 www.monsanto.co.uk www.monsanto-ag.co.uk registered office for Monsanto UK Ltd
Monsanto UK Ltd. Tulip House, 70 Borough High St. London SE1 1XF England tel. 020-7864-9913 This is the company’s government and public affairs office. This is a small office (maybe just a couple of desks) in a large office building housing a number of different companies.
Monsanto PLC PO Box 53 Lane End Road, High Wycombe Bucks. HP12 4HL
Monsanto PLC appears to be a remnant of old Monsanto/Pharmacia, the company has no employees and is registered at Pharmacia’s UK head office. It has two directors: Philip Greenhalgh and JG Lee. 73

From: http://archive.corporatewatch.org/genetics/commercialisation/monsanto.htm#strategy

Written by morris

April 9, 2009 at 9:42 am

Posted in Environment, food, Monsanto

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