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On August 15th, 2015, WAM hosted a rally in front of the Monsanto headquarters in Winnipeg.
Due to very few people showing up, we decided to put together a video on why GMOs are bad and why people should eat organic. We even compared GMO fruits to organic fruits.
For far too long Monsanto has monopolized the agricultural market and have pushed poisonous foods on the vast populace. Monsanto’s days are numbered as more and more people everyday are learning about the corporation and how they’ve illegally victimized farmers across the world.
Monsanto’s been banned in countries all over the world, however, we’re not pushing a ban, we’re not pushing regulations. Monsanto is a product of government and corporation working together. It’s a fascist company. Asking government to solve a problem it created isn’t ethical. We need to inform the people of the dangers of Monsanto so they vote with their dollar by not buying Monsanto products that have a huge monopoly in grocery stores and restaurants across the world.
There are so many studies that prove GMOs pose a risk to health that it would take a book to document them all.
On September 8th, 2015 California actually announced their plan to label Monsanto’s RoundUp agent as cancer causing. We’ll keep you updated on that as the story develops.
A big thanks to John Doull and John Sneisen for their help creating this very informative video!
For future reports by Josh Sigurdson, see World Alternative Media!
Video shot and edited by Josh Sigurdson
Graphics by Bryan Foerster
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