Zz Monsanto: Seed Monopoly, Food Supply Control, Bee Killing - Poem by Saiom Shriver
Monsanto wants to
patent all God given seeds
and control the world's
The deaths of tens of
millions of bees they decreed.
.. they're the essence of
scofflaw cruelty and greed
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Monsanto's GMO plants cause cancer, as they eliminate the cell's ability to expel toxins
Republicans on US Supreme Court rule Monsanto still owns seeds blown by the wind to neighbors' fields and can violate neighbors' property removing them. Monsanto had sued 22 farmers in the US
US: Though Clarence Thomas a former Monsanto attorney, he has refused to recuse himself in Monsanto cases.
A Canadian federal court in Saskatchewan ruled that Monsanto may violate a farmer's property to remove seeds which their Monsanto's negligence caused windblown growth on neigbor property
http: //scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi? article=1014&context=dltr
Monsanto in India causing farmer suicides... over 200 of them
Monsanto has a new monopoly on Indian cotton seeds
Monsanto in Iraq
Paul Bremer, 'czar' of Iraq, formerly with Kissinger Associates, forbade Iraqi farmers from saving their own crop seeds. They were ordered to buy from Monsanto or other countries.
Monsanto in Hungary.. so unethical Hungarian government orders their crops destroyed
Monsanto Protection Act quietly extended by US Congress
How senators voted on the bill
Monsanto spying on anti Monsanto activistws
Vote with your dollars. Boycott Monsanto products
Monsanto 1 of companies killing the world's bees
Though he was a Monsanto attorney, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Republican, has failed to recuse himself in decisions involving Monsanto, as fellow
Republican Antonin Scalia failed to recuse himself in Gore V Bush, though 2 of his sons worked for 2 of Bush's attorneys, as Alito failed to recuse himself in a case involving his investment company.
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