Why I keep writing about Monsanto vs. Maui

“It’s about massive human experimentation with unapproved non-commercial GMOs and chemical pesticides. With no informed consent.”

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Why I keep writing about Maui vs. Monsanto

Tearing away the curtain

By Jon Rappoport
April 16, 2015

First, an important development in the case I’ve just become aware of. There has been virtually no discovery process.

Meaning: The people of Maui want to know specific details of Monsanto’s years of experiments with unapproved pesticides and GMOs in their county. They want records, files, internal communications; the whole nine yards.

They’re getting nothing.

Monsanto’s history of unbridled human experimentation is still obscured in a cloud of mystery. And danger.

And this is five months after the people of Maui voted in favor of putting a temporary ban on all such experimentation.

That vote has been suspended in a void, while Monsanto and its allies have been suing Maui.

I keep writing about this case because, for one, the people of Maui voted for something far stronger than labeling GMOs…

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