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Why Is the Obama Administration Parroting Monsanto Talking Points?

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By Jill Richardson, AlterNet

Something's very wrong when the chief scientist at the USDA says we'll have to start farming parks, forests and golf courses if we don't switch to biotech.

Guest Opinion: Colonialism Lives In Biotech Seed Proposal For Africa

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Bill Gates and the biotech juggernauts are doing their best to keep Africa dependent on imported technology, just like in the bad old days of colonialism. Gates, Monsanto and Pioneer have joined the long list of those believing they know best how the continent should grow its food. If the history of colonialism and subsequent development practice have taught us anything, it is that all interventions must strengthen resilience, encourage diversity and be locally appropriate. The biotech seed proposal for Africa fails on all three counts.

The Hypocrisy of the Norwegian Government´s Ownership in Monsanto

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By Andrew McMillion
March 17, 2010 Oslo Norway

Activism, especially in the form of civil disobedience, can be life changing to partake in. In my case just hearing about someone else’s activism was a life-changing event.

Analysis of organic farmers vs Monsanto

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Monday, 21 September 2009 12:35

What we talk about when we talk about biotechnology
Kelly Bronson
reproduced from
19 September 2009

Golden Rice Feeding Trials Breach Medical Ethics Code

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GM Experiments involved sick Chinese children

Brian John
GM Free Cymru

Material recently released on the US Clinical Trials web site confirms that Chinese children suffering from varying degrees of Vitamin A deficiency have been used in feeding trials, contrary to the Nuremberg Code (1) which underpins modern medical ethics.

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