Monsanto Puts Small Farmers out of Business

Monsanto Puts Small Farmers out of Business

100s of American farmers have been sued. Century-old seed stocks were destroyed. 100,000s of Indian farmers commit suicide by drinking monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide after massive GMO crop failures bankrupted them. Monsanto uses the courts aggressively. It has sued hundreds of American farmers for patent infringement in connection with its GE seed. In a high profile case in Canada, which Monsanto won at the Supreme Court level,

Monsanto sued an independent farmer, Percy Schmeiser, for patent infringement for growing GMO genetically modified Roundup resistant canola in 1998. Percy Schmeiser is a Canadian farmer whose canola fields were contaminated with Monsanto’s Round-Up Ready Canola by pollen from a nearby GMO farm. Monsanto successfully argued in a lawsuit that Schmeiser violated their patent rights, and forced Schmeiser to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages.

Mr. Schmeiser maintained that this was accidental. He testified that in the previous year, 1997, he had suspected contamination by genetically modified Roundup resistant canola along the roadside in one of his fields and hence had sprayed along the field edge with Roundup, whereupon he found that about 60% of the canola survived. The farm hand performing the harvest saved only seed from this contaminated roadside swathe for replanting in the next year, 1998, and presumably this seed was genetically modified Roundup resistant seed.

The court found that Mr. Schmeiser and his farming company (damages were assessed only against the company as Mr. Schmeiser was found to be acting in his capacity as director), “knew or ought to have known” the nature of the seed which was planted in 1998, and that by planting, growing and harvesting it, there was infringement of Monsanto’s patent on canola cells genetically modified for Roundup resistance. This finding was upheld at the appellate court level.

Monsanto Lawsuits Against Farmers In the United States

This type of biotech bullying is happening all over North America. The non-profit Center for Food Safety listed 112 lawsuits by Monsanto against farmers for claims of seed patent violations. The Center for Food Safety’s analyst stated that many innocent farmers settle with Monsanto because they cannot afford a time consuming lawsuit. Monsanto is frequently described by farmers as “Gestapo” and “Mafia” both because of these lawsuits and because of the questionable means they use to collect evidence of patent infringement.

And MORE: Top 10 Facts YOU Should Know About Monsanto

1.No GMO Labeling Laws in the USA!
2.Lack of Adequate FDA / USDA Safety Testing
3.Monsanto Puts Small Farmers out of Business- Farmer Suicides After GMO Crop Failures
4.Monsanto Products Pollute the Developing World -500,000 Agent Orange Babies
5..Monsanto Blocking Government Regulations
6.Monsanto Guilty of False Advertising & Scientific FRAUD
7.Consumers Reject Bovine Growth Hormone rBGH in Milk
8.GMO Crops Do NOT Increase Yields
9.Monsanto Controls U.S. Soy Market
10.Monsanto’s GMO Foods Cause NEW Food Allergies

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Note: This clip was taken from the web address above for information purposes only to help inform local farmers and ranchers and Grocers what Monsanto is doing.  Don’t be taken in by their attempts at improving public relations, or their  propaganda, scholarships, bribes, laws suites etc.  Learn how Monsanto is poisoning our food supply.  There are more important things than Money.  Monsanto seeds don’t increase your crop yield!.  Stop Monsanto from operating in your State!  Monsanto genetically modified and genetically engineers products are hazardous to your health.  Their crops planted next to yours can contaminate yours and they may sue you for it claiming that you are using their product.

Monsanto, is tinkering with Gods good work.  Do not cave in to their propaganda, threats or bribes.

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