Small farmers still provide most of the world’s food, and that they are often much more productive than large corporate farms.

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Barbara H. Peterson on May 29th, 2014

While organic farmers try and figure out how to survive in the face of what appears to be an unstoppable government backed onslaught on their very right to exist, biotech firms along with their flunky farmers are doing the happy dance. Why? Because they are apparently immune from any type of liability if their GMO crops contaminate and ruin organic farms.

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Barbara H. Peterson on May 28th, 2014

If a new proposal passes, Monsanto and Syngenta get to decide whether or not to ban their own products in the EU.

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Barbara H. Peterson on May 14th, 2014

Agenda 21 here we come, riding on a whole slew of endangered species that evidently, need their own space void of cattle, people, and common sense.

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Barbara H. Peterson on May 9th, 2014

We are losing our ability to choose as we quickly advance, DNA in hand, towards a terminator planet filled with only genetically engineered, artificial constructs controlled by the very rapist that forced it’s polluted genetic material into it the first place.

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Barbara H. Peterson on May 8th, 2014

Under the selective radar of mainstream media, Barack Obama has been carving out a whole new level of support for Monsanto and other destructive biotech giants.

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