Monsanto’s Roundup = Agent Orange

Agent Orange = Monsanto Roundup….a “herbicide” used on farms everywhere!

EXTRACT –  The American photographer traveled to Hanoi and tracked down a group of young Vietnamese whose health has been ravaged by the chemical, the site Feature Shoot reported.

For three weeks, Mr Driscoll made his way south through remote villages, ending his journey in Nha Trang about 640 miles from the capital.
During his travels, Driscoll got to meet and take pictures of teenagers and children as young as 5 suffering from debilitating conditions, among them Nguyen Pham, 11, who is deaf, blind and mute. The boy has been bed-ridden for most of his life.
Agent Orange is the combination of the code names for Herbicide Orange and Agent LNX, one of the herbicides and defoliants used by the U.S. military as part of its chemical warfare program, Operation Ranch Hand, during the Vietnam War from 1961 to 1971.
In the course of 10 years, American forces sprayed nearly 20million gallons of the chemical in Vietnam, Laos and parts of Cambodia in an effort to deprive guerrilla fighters of cover by destroying plants and trees where they could find refuge. 

David Turnbull
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One Response to “Monsanto’s Roundup = Agent Orange”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Monsanto have killed the Bees, so they are in effect killing everyone.
    Do we really need to be buying Monsanto shares.
    Are the Union investment funds going into these killer GMO’s and Sprays.

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