Thursday, May 23, 2013

March(es) against Monsanto*

Interesting: While the US Supreme Court only recently has unanimously solidarised with the criminal bastards of Monsanto, on Saturday in several countries demonstrations are planned.

One of them in . . .

If there will get 'millions (on the streets) against Monsanto ... we shall see. 
Or not.  
Anyway, my deep throat intends to participate ("with my walker").

"Did you know that Bill Gates has 500, 000 shares of the company?" Claude asks.

Well, yes, I know. Mr Gates is a fine altruistic gentleman, after all.
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I have a dream: One day neither the politicians nor the journalists on their payroll, nor their unscrupulous lawyers nor even their ruthless privat armies will save the masters of Monsanto. One day their utterly mighty and rich beneficiaries will have nothing to eat but their fucking certificates, their patents and stocks.
Perhaps though, if mankind is lucky, they will already have been sent to hell. After all, in God they trust.
End of the rant.
Do I feel better now?
Well, not really.
But after all, I spake out.

And here a copy of one of those documentations that now and then out of the blue would disappear, but there's no round-up against the truth, obviously.
And I am pretty optimistic, there will never be one. 

* Well, for quite a while  – about three years? –  I have not mentioned one of the most evil bunches of bastards on this planet: Monsanto & Co.

However, my stats are decreasing, and thus I think some visits from St. Louis and diverse branches of the evil might do my stats good.


  1. Oh... So you don't believe them?

    "Monsanto is an agricultural company. We apply innovation and technology to help farmers around the world produce more while conserving more. We help farmers grow yield sustainably so they can be successful, produce healthier foods, better animal feeds and more fiber, while also reducing agriculture's impact on our environment"

  2. Monsanto is far and away the most dangerous corporation on the planet. If you need any further proof this is an excellent overview.

  3. Thank you again, Sean.

    When I arrived on the internet, years ago, I had no clue. I started to read your posts and get information. I was flabbergasted. I was scandalised. And I thought, "Well, now people know. So it will stop."

    How naive! It's bigger than ever. It's more criminal than ever. I cannot read Monsanto's sins without crying. This is the world that I'm leaving to my grandchildren.

    The least we can do is to protest.

  4. I abhor them, DQ.
    I abhor them!

    they are.
    Thank you for the link. There are quite a few trying their best.
    Would be nice to live long enought to see their best ist good enough. ...

    You are welcome, Claude.
    Imagine myself at you side on Saturday. :)

  5. I am no fan of Monsanto. Although catalytic asymmetric hydrogenation is pretty nifty; and I am no fan of atomic weapons but I am a great admirer of Richard Feynman, who helped make the first one... and... life is complex..., and there is an awful lot of rubbish out there about most things (some of it written by me too :) The peace of a pesticide- and patent- and GMO-free night to you.

  6. Uff, dear Don,
    this is neither a post about nuclear weapons, nor any written rubbish, nor about any complexity in general and in particular. This is a post about a most sinister corporation whose masters are evil bastards. Basta!
    I wish them to become deathless, with lots of pain, slowly rotting testicles would be fine, and may each of them lose all teeth except one (for 59 minutes toothache per hour).
    The peace of the night. :)