onsdag 12 november 2014

Snacka om verklig terror: - Monsanto har orsakat 291 000 självmord i Indien efter 1995

Monsanto syns sällan eller aldrig i mainstreammedia eftersom det är viktigt för kapitalet som finansierar företagets USA-ledda globala verksamhet, att hålla folk ovetande och ignoranta om riskerna med företagets GMO-strategi och företagets planer på att kontrollera matproduktionen i världen...
Den världskända miljöaktivisten och anti-globalisten, Dr. Vandana Shiva, berättar i en intervju för Luke Rudkowski, att Monsantos verksamhet orsakat över 291 000 självmord i Indien...

- Monsanto Caused 291,000 Suicides In India.

Publicerades den 3 nov 2014 WeAreChange
In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Dr. Vandana Shiva about the current situation in India and how GMO's have affected farmers there. Dr. Shiva is an Indian environmental activist and anti-globalization author to find out more about her check out http://www.navdanya.org/ 

Snacka om verklig terror: - Monsanto har orsakat 291 000 självmord i Indien efter 1995
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  1. Monsanto to pay $2.4mn to farmers over 2013 GMO-wheat scare

    November 13, 2014

    GMO giant Monsanto will have to fork out $2.4 million to settle a lawsuit with US wheat farmers after its genetically engineered strain, supposedly banned and scrapped a decade ago, was found alive and well in Oregon in 2013.

    $2.15 million will go towards a settlement fund for farmers in Oregon, Idaho and Washington, who all sold the wheat between May 30 and November 30, 2013.

    A further $250,000 will go to wheat grower’s associations, including $100,000 to the National Wheat Foundation, and $50,000 each to the wheat and grain growers associations in the above states.

    Out-of-pocket costs by the plaintiffs’ council will also be reimbursed.
    ‘Roundup Ready’, as the wheat strain is amicably known, was supposed to be either destroyed or stored 10 years ago when it was outlawed.

    The miracle strain was resistant to Monsanto’s Roundup pesticide, and was one of a number in a whole range of Roundup Ready products.

    Alarms were raised in 2013 when an Oregon farmer noticed that wheat plants on his property were still growing after the field had been doused with pesticide. He promptly alerted the USDA, which got involved.[...]


    READ MORE: Unapproved Monsanto crop found growing in Oregon


  2. -Monsanto’s Roundup and Other Glyphosate-Based Herbicides Directly Linked to Chronic Disease Spike-

    By Christina Sarich 2014 Natural Society 13 November 2014 / Global Research

    A new correlation study published in the Journal of Organic Systems has linked glyphosate, the primary ingredient in Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide, Roundup, to an enormous increase in chronic diseases across the United States.

    Supporting countless studies before it, this new report is a detailed analysis proving an undeniable link between glyphosate-based herbicides and the rates of chronic disease all over the country.

    Dr. Nancy Swanson and the President of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), Andre Leu, led the research team which proved – once again – that glyphosate and Roundup are lethal, even in small amounts.

    The chemical is prevalently used on crops across the nation and world. Friends of the Earth Europe, says that more than 650,000 tonnes of glyphosate products were used over five years ago, with the amount being used increasing each year.

    This increase in use is contributing to the development of diseases such as diabetes, obesity, lipoprotein metabolism disorder, Alzheimer’s, senile dementia, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, autism, and cancer.

    The report details how there is a direct correlation between the incidence of these diseases and glyphosate use.[...]



  3. --Monsanto’s GMO Creations Caused 291,000 Suicides in India--

    Indian Farmers Facing Debt, Reliance on GMOs

    By Mike Barrett - Natural Society / Global Research, November 17, 2014

    It is no secret that Monsanto is making life difficult for countless farmers in America with its parented seeds. After all, the biotech giant has already filed 145 lawsuits, or on average about 9 lawsuits every year for 16 straight years, against farmers who have “improperly reused their patented seeds.”

    But did you know that Monsanto is also leading hundreds of thousands of farmers to suicide?

    Biotech has attempted dismiss the rise in farmer suicides in India due to the introduction of genetically modified crops, but the problem is too pervasive to wipe under the rug. While there are numerous contributing factors to farmer suicides in India, debt is the largest concern, which is largely fueled by non-viable crops.

    Biotech sells seeds that either don’t grow or lead to the development of unstoppable superweeds and superbugs. Subsequently, biotech urges and nearly forces farmers to purchase RoundUp and other herbicidal chemicals which the farmers can ill afford. Thus, the mind-numbing cycle begins. Read this post for more in-depth information.

    What’s worse is that after a farmer commits suicide, the debt falls on the remaining family members. Monsanto, Dow, Bayer, and other suicide seed sellers have essentially created a generational slave economy based on their toxic chemical and seed monopolies.

    Now, Monsanto has caused a massive 291,000 suicides in India with its GMOs, chemical creations, and shameless business practices.[...]



  4. Rising suicide rate for Indian farmers blamed on GMO seeds

    November 22, 2014

    Monsanto, which has just paid out $2.4 million to US farmers, settling one of many lawsuits it’s been involved in worldwide, is also facing accusations that its seeds are to blame for a spike in suicides by India farmers.

    READ MORE: Monsanto to pay $2.4mn to farmers over 2013 GMO-wheat scare

    The accusations have not transformed into legal action so far, but criticism of Monsanto has been mounting, blaming the giant company for contributing to over 290,000 suicides by Indian farmers over the last 20 years.

    The author of a documentary on Indian farmers’ suicides, Alakananda Nag, who has interviewed dozens of the relatives of those who have taken their lives, links the rise in the suicide rate to the use of GMO seeds. She believes small farms are particularly vulnerable.

    “The large farms certainly have the funds to support themselves and get on, but the smaller ones are really ones that suffer the most,” Nag told RT. “Monsanto definitely has a very big hand to play[...]




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