Monsanto Attacks on Organic Food in California and A Monsanto Hostage

Bioterrorist Monsanto is fighting desperately to keep its profits up at the cost of sick and dying populace blissfully ignorant of the dangers of genetically corrupt food. We should understand that once genetically corrupt genes are out in the nature there is no way to retract them. Monsanto is one of a handful of companies trying to monopolise seeds in order to control food production and finally population. They are guilty of genetic crimes that constitute a serious thread to our very existence.
http://12160.info/profiles/blogs/genetic-crimes

There are at least four major active Monsanto attacks on food in California going on right now. The last listed exposes the iron fist Monsanto tries to hide.
http://www.activistpost.com/2012/09/four-simultaneous-monsanto-atta...

International Petition to Free James Stewart, an Organic Food Provider and Monsanto Hostage

http://www.change.org/petitions/free-the-farmer-release-the-milkman...

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