The young man above is from the Detroit March Against Monsanto which was held this past weekend, and he obviously is smarter than I am. I’ve followed the marches in previous years and expected to see live streams and tons of videos on the internet and the main street and local news. I was wrong, but WHY? When millions of people worldwide (people from approximately 40+ countries and well over 400+ cities) march in protest, that is news, but obviously not when it comes to the lobbyists and others who want to keep the truth from the consumers who are more interested in profits over people. This type of censorship is unacceptable.
As I was searching various cities where I knew the marches took place, I couldn’t help but notice that even on Facebook, a lot of the sites had no information, no articles and no videos, unlike previous years. Knowing how strong and commited the various groups have been in the past, one can only assume there is an answer to the “why” – one that will only make me work harder to be part of the non GMO activism.
Readers and activists – DON’T STOP NOW! The march is over for this year, but there is so much work that still needs to be done. Keep up the calls, e-mails, tweets, letters, and Petitions to our representatives, and watch for political candidates for the 2016 election that cares about the health and well being of the people when deciding on who you will vote for. What is their stance on GMOs, on labeling, and what connections do they have to large corporations and who is contributing to their campaign?
Media Coverage Blackout Over Anti-Monsanto Protests
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I was fortunate enough to come across the video below. It seems that the March Against Monsanto is news in other countries. Again, I ask, why wasn’t there any more coverage here in the U.S.A.? It isn’t because people don’t care because I can assure you from my blog, Facebook, and twitter account, the two most popular subjects are about GMO and the Right to Life. Perhaps the drop in profits of Monsanto have something to do with it. Perhaps the increase in organic non GMO foods is increasing in popularity and more and more people are shopping for healthier foods – foods that don’t cause cancer and other dangerous health issues. Are our voices being quieted because more and more companies are going non GMO and it is hurting the large corporations and politicians who seem to be in bed with them?
A few headlines about Monsanto:
- Monsanto Forced Fox TV to Censor Coverage of Dangerous Milk Drug
- Monsanto propaganda scientists brainwash Bill Nye into changing position on GMOs
- USDA betrays American people, approves Monsanto’s new GMOs
- Monsanto playing dirty in elections
- What parents need to know about Monsanto: “By 2025 one in two children will be autistic”
- Monsanto pushes farmers to grow bee-killing soybeans
Learn more about the coverage of Monsanto: http://www.naturalnews.com/Monsanto.html#ixzz3bBiuruSk