Because «he» does not exist. Monsanto is a global corporation that stems from the chemical, industry and developed pesticides. The seeds business is as far from the chemical industry as you can imagine.
Seeds are to Monsanto corp. a patent, something that is registered and privatized! That is why it is important that we do not just watch it happen.
Do we want the crops and the seeds to be mutated and made to something that is far from the creation. A laboratory creation that can drive the bees to extinction?
Therefore the March against Monsanto that was on the 25th of May, is super important to us. Here is the Press from the event. People came together globally, thanks to social media, to raise awareness against the threat of Monsanto.
Dr Vandana Shiva educates us why it is important;
on the May 25th walk
Pollution V.S Pollination
The dangerous polluting seeds that Monsanto is promoting is killing the bees, the main pollinator, here is a website for the film the queen of the sun
The world according to Monsanto is not the world I want to live in , it is explained in this full length documentary;
Good First Steps
While it’s extremely difficult to entirely avoid Monsanto, there are some basic guidelines that anyone can use to minimize the genetically modified organisms in their lives.
Avoid processed foods. In particular, eliminate High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) from your diet and be sure to read labels. HFCS appears in everything from sodas to wheat bread.
Consider going vegetarian, limiting your meat consumption, or buying grass-fed varieties. Over 60 percent of genetically modified corn goes to feed cattle on polluting concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in America.
Buy organic dairy products to make sure animals weren’t given Monsanto’s recombinant bovine growth hormone.
Buy organic cotton when you can. Monsanto is a major player in the cotton industry. Even though cotton makes up only 2.5 percent of the world’s crops, it is doused with 16 percent of the world’s pesticides. Cotton pesticides, most of which are listed as “extremely hazardous” by the World Health Organization, turn up regularly in water sources around the globe.
To avoid supporting the companies that buy polluted crops from Monsanto here is the full list;
- Hundreds protest Monsanto in Austin (kxan.com)
- Worldwide protests held against Monsanto (aljazeera.com)
- The world ‘Marches against Monsanto’ Saturday (kdvr.com)
- Monsanto Hires Infamous Mercenarys Blackwater To Track Activists Around The World (lunaticoutpost.com)
- March against Monsanto: Rallying for our Future (rt.com)
- International March Against Monsanto: May 25, 2013 (labofsocialchange.wordpress.com)
- Global Protests Against Monsanto – the All-In-One Horseman of GMO Apocalypse’ (aworldchaos.wordpress.com)
- Suicide Seeds: HOW MONSANTO DESTROYS FARMING (secretsofthefed.com)
- Worldwide Protest in 436 Cities Targets Monsanto and GMOs (mashable.com)