5 Responses to “More evidence of government collusion with Monsanto over Roundup.”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    14.04.2019 Author: F. William Engdahl
    Glyphosate Worse Than We Could Imagine
    https://journal-neo.org/2019/04/14/glyphosate-worse-than-we-could-imagine/What is becoming clearer is the colossal and obviously deliberate official blind eye given to potential dangers of glyphosate-based pesticides by regulatory bodies not only in the EU and the USA, but also in China, which today produces more glyphosate than even Monsanto. Since the Monsanto Roundup patent expired,

    Despite the overwhelming evidence, however, EU Commission bureaucrats and the USA EPA continue to ignore prudence in not banning the toxic chemical pending thorough independent investigation over longer time. If I were cynical, I would almost think this continued official support for glyphosate-based herbicides is about more than mere bureaucratic stupidity or ignorance, even more than simply corruption, though that for sure plays a role. The nutritional quality of our food chain is being systematically destroyed and it is about more than corporate agribusiness profit.

  2. kendrickdm says:

    There were many valid points to Monsanto or Bayer as it now is, it is its practice of lawsuits against farmers who would not buy its products along with the contractural tie ins to using roundup to those that do, but by and large is is that corporations in courtrooms as non human entitites are being given the same rights in law as a human being when they should have the same rights as a thing or entity. A block of wood can be prosecuted but has no entitilement to a defense. A fundemental flaw in all legal systems is they have been hijacked to treat legal entities as people without a single law being passed to that effect. A corporation with limited liabilities should never be treated as equal or better than a human being, it is like allowing your toaster to sue you for infringing its rights to make toast using your electricity and bread.

  3. ian says:

    Sorry for being off subject, but it appears that I can only comment on my own posts.
    Regarding climate change and the David Bellamy article above, Sir Dave Attenborough makes great use of the recent outbreak of wild fires in California and other West coast areas. Now there are numerous very credible conspiracy claims, but I’ll spare you all but this one. Please check this out.

  4. ian says:

    It is only highlighting a select part of the link, but if you highlight the whole address then “go to address” it should work.

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