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When GM Multinationals Control the Law

25 December 2012

American farmers call for help, as GM giant Monsanto frequently launched lawsuits against farmers, reported

The United State Department of Agriculture has finalized a report to address concerns from farmers who fear they’ll be next on an ever-expanding list of defendants sued by biotech giants Monsanto, but those worries aren’t about to end.

The Monsanto Company dominates more than just grow fields across the US, as evident in their stellar track record of taking small-time farmers to court and winning cases, an occurrence that Think Progress acknowledges happens roughly a dozen times a year. Time and time again, Monsanto’s patented, lab-made genetically engineered seeds are sold to one farmer, only for Mother Nature to move the crop onto neighboring fields with the help of a bit of wind. Just as often, of course, Monsanto’s team of high-paid litigators take the little guys to court, only to triumph thanks to a legal counsel that collects around $10 million a year just to take other farmers to court.

But as the directors and senior consultants from Monsanto and other MG giants are frequently appointed for some vital positions in US government, what the chance for the American farmers to have their rights defended by the government?

We see none, until these human terminators are locked behind the bars.







A grim and vicious expression dwelled on the face of the head of China's high-paid litigators who defend the interests of corrupt officials, GM companies and criminal organisations.


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