Agent Orange Victims Aren’t Enough for Monsanto; Now GM Food


Danang, Vietnam I have written about the evils of the company called Monsanto several times now.  For those of you who do not know, Monsanto was not only the largest producer of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War, but the components of Agent Orange that they produced consisted of the highest concentration of dioxin – which is one of the deadliest poisons known to man.

Monsanto is the maker of Round-up.  Monsanto was the maker of Aspartame.  Monsanto is now the world’s largest producers of GM (Genetically Modified) seeds in the world.  Aside from trying to play God and manipulating life at its very core, Monsanto strong-arms farmers to buy their seeds, and if they do not, the farmers are sued, taken to court, caused to file bankruptcy – and in the case of India, hundreds have committed suicide as a result.  The crop yields promised by Monsanto is NOT what is resulting.  The reduction in use of the herbicide Round-up is NOT what is resulting.  We now have several cases pending at the Federal level that could indeed put this company out of business for good, but we need your help.  Remember friends, this is the company that  killed and maimed so many of us and other innocent victims – and now, three generations later, the terrible affects are no where near gone.  How would anyone use their products, eat food from the crops of their seeds, is beyond me.  But even worse, the gene manipulation that is taking place could indeed cause such calamity in the human race as well as our environment – unknown horrors will indeed occur.

Our fellow activist and colleague, Mr. Len Aldis, is a man who has done more for Agent Orange Victims here in Vietnam than anyone else I know.  Please take a few minutes and visit the below link.  Read the article.  Post a comment showing your support.  It is this kind of grass roots movement that we MUST have to end the insanity known as Monsanto.

Semper Peace!

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Marine Combat Veteran, served with 1st and 3rd FORCERECON. RVN 1970-1971. Currently living, writing and working in Da Nang, Vietnam. Agent Orange and Unexploded Ordinance activist and researcher.
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