Archive for January 2014

Farmer’s File Last-Ditch Effort to Protect Selves Against Monsanto

“As a seed grower, who has spent the past 37 years of my life protecting and maintaining the integrity of my seed stock to provide clean, wholesome food to my customers, I find it unconscionable that Monsanto can contaminate mine or my neighbors’ crops and not only get away with it, but potentially sue us for patent infringement,” said Jim Gerritsen, an organic seed farmer and President of lead Plaintiff OSGATA, according to “The appeals court ruling fails to protect my family and our farm and has only complicated matters.”

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There are those who tell me GMO is not an issue. To those I say, this behaviour by Monsanto is issue enough.

You can read this article here.

I worked on the US drone program. The public should know what really goes on

Few of these politicians who so brazenly proclaim the benefits of drones have a real clue of what actually goes on. I, on the other hand, have seen these awful sights first hand.

I knew the names of some of the young soldiers I saw bleed to death on the side of a road. I watched dozens of military-aged males die in Afghanistan, in empty fields, along riversides, and some right outside the compound where their family was waiting for them to return home from the mosque.

You can read this Guardian article here.

Google and the World Brain

An interesting article by Jon Rappoport on the erosion of copyright and the individual in favour of the collective.

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