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Monsanto

Once a controversial chemical company, Monsanto remade itself into an even more controversial agricultural biotechnology corporation that holds a dominant position in both herbicides and genetically engineered seeds. Identified more closely than any other company with the effort to introduce genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into the food supply, Monsanto has been the target of ongoing campaigns for more than 20 years, including annual March Against Monsanto actions in hundreds of cities around the world.

Despite been labeled “Mutanto” and a purveyor of Frankenfoods, Monsanto has not backed down. It has made aggressive use not only of marketing and public relations, but also the courts, where it has frequently brought suits against farmers it claimed were not following the company’s strict rules on how its products can and cannot be used. Some of those cases have gone all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which in 2013 strongly affirmed Monsanto’s patent rights. The company also has friends in Congress, which passed what critics call a Monsanto Protection Act limiting the ability of federal courts to halt the sale of genetically engineered seeds deemed to pose a health risk.

In 2015 Monsanto sought to expand its control over the agricultural chemical market with a $45 billion bid to acquire its Swiss rival Syngenta, but it later withdrew the offer after being rebuffed. In 2016 Monsanto agreed to be acquired by Bayer for some $57 billion but the deal is awaiting regulatory approval.

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The German Club of Clear Words Report: Exposes the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam

The German Club of Clear Words Report: Exposes the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam

The video below, by the German Club Der Klaren Worte, or the Club of Clear Words, takes a deep dive into the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam. The audio is in German but there is a captioned translation at the bottom of the video. See PDF report HERE LifeSiteNews’ editor’s note: To view English, or other language subtitles in the video, click on ‘CC’ to turn subtitles on, then click on the circular gear icon at the bottom right and then follow the prompts to select the subtitles to auto translate into English or whatever language ...
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Another Jury Finds Monsanto’s ROUNDUP Weedkiller Caused a Man’s Cancer

Another Jury Finds Monsanto’s ROUNDUP Weedkiller Caused a Man’s Cancer

The Monsanto corporation’s most notorious product has again been found guilty of causing a man’s cancer. Dealing another major blow to Bayer, who bought Monsanto in 2018, a San Francisco jury has unanimously ruled that Roundup and its primary ingredient glyphosate were the likely cause of a defendant’s cancer. Edwin Hardeman, a 70-year-old Sonoma County, California resident had been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which he claimed was the result of decades of normal usage of Roundup on his ranch property. Less than one year ago, a different jury in the case of DeWayne Johnson found Monsanto guilty of malice ...
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Study: Exposure to Glyphosate-Based Herbicides and Risk for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma - Monsanto Retalliates

Study: Exposure to Glyphosate-Based Herbicides and Risk for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma – Monsanto Retalliates

A meta-analysis of glyphosate, the most widely used herbicide in the world and the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, found the chemical increases the risk of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma by 41 percent in those with the highest exposure levels.1 “Overall, in accordance with evidence from experimental animal and mechanistic studies, our current meta-analysis of human epidemiological studies suggests a compelling link between exposures to GBHs [glyphosate-based herbicides] and increased risk for NHL [Non-Hodgkin lymphoma],” the researchers concluded. It's another nail in the coffin for the increasingly scrutinized chemical and just the latest of many to show a cancer link. Forbes, ...
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AAAS Rescinds Scientific Freedom Award for Scientists Discovery of Glyphosate’s Role in Chronic Kidney Disease and CEO Announces Retirement

AAAS Rescinds Scientific Freedom Award for Scientists Discovery of Glyphosate’s Role in Chronic Kidney Disease and CEO Announces Retirement

Since 1980, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) — the world's largest scientific society and publisher of several journals, including Science — has presented an annual award for Scientific Freedom and Responsibility to "scientists, engineers or their organizations, whose exemplary actions have demonstrated scientific freedom and responsibility in challenging circumstances." As explained on the AAAS website:1 "The types of actions worthy of this award include acting to protect the public's health, safety or welfare; focusing public attention on important potential impacts of science and technology on society by their responsible participation in public policy debates; or ...
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European MPs Peer-Reviewed Study Proves Overturn of Glyphosate in EU was Based on Monsanto Plagiarized Scientific Fraud Paper

European MPs Peer-Reviewed Study Proves Overturn of Glyphosate in EU was Based on Monsanto Plagiarized Scientific Fraud Paper

Controversy over glyphosate has reached an all-time high in the European Union (EU), after researchers accused the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) of plagiarizing a report supporting its safety. The plagiarized sections were largely lifted from a paper written by the pesticide industry, raising serious concerns about the legitimacy of the findings. The scandal asserts that the German risk assessment of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, contains sections "copy pasted" from industry contributions, which likely influenced the EU's favorable vote to renew the chemical's license. Questions Surrounding EU Glyphosate Risk Assessment First Surfaced in 2015 Concerns over ...
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