It seems that “organic” does not mean “safe from tampering.” What sorts of “business interruptions” justify using non-organically produced annual seeds? I’m willing to bet that the dramatic effects on crops due to drought from climate change easily warrant such activity, under this clause; however, I just as easily would bet that it could mean anything in a court of law, from a lack of staff or machinery issues to financial losses in a particular quarter. As vague as it is, a “business interruption,” could be any problem a corporation faces in making duplicated or better profits from year to year. This is apparently a fully exploitable loophole. Let’s look at it all in a bit more detail…
Read it and weep. The CEO of corporate America, on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, signed into law, the Monsanto Protection Act, which is section 735 of H.R. 933.
While we run in circles trying to get someone in Congress to listen, we could be going straight to the source and giving people the information they need to understand that GMOs are unhealthy, have been put in our food without our consent or knowledge, and the only way to stop the GMO takeover is to get informed, get mad, and stop buying them.
In order to sell your home grown fruit at the now centrally planned “farmers market” you must submit a “crop plan” and have your Garden inspected by filling out a “farm schedule.” After that’s done you’re more than welcome to sell your oranges once you fill out your various tax forms, sign the ten page 8000 word contract agreement with the city manager, pay your filing fees and attain your organic certification and proper permits.
Ag Day – March 8, 2012 – Graphic: In celebration of the sellout of conventional farming to biotech interests, and the phony “New Green Revolution.” Enjoy!
The endgame? Complete deregulation for all genetically engineered crops, courtesy of your good friends at the USDA and their co-conspirators, Monsanto, et. al.. Paperwork? We don’t need no stinkin’ paperwork!