It was recently made public that Monsanto Executive Robert Fraley, Syngenta Biotechnology founder Mary-Dell Chilton, and Institute of Plant Technology Outreach founder Marc Van Montagu, “won” the World Food Prize award.
An Undeserving Trio
Robert Fraley is at the helm of the Monsanto team that successfully mutated and polluted plant DNA with genetics from other organisms. Monsanto, as we all know, works tirelessly to control the food supply and force their genetically modified crops on farmers and the public. However, you may be less familiar with the other two goons. Mary-Dell Chilton of Syngenta, a biotech company that was criminally charged for covering up knowledge that their GM corn was responsible for killing the animals that ate it. Marc Van Montagu, is an empty suit who founded the Institute of Plant Technology Outreach at Ghent University in Belgium; an intelligent sounding organization whose real purpose is to act as a bullish machine that “encourages” the European hold-out nations who reject Monsanto to change their minds.
Sham, Not Award
Why would three repugnant advocates for a mutated food supply win a “prestigious” food award? Because it’s not an award, it’s the Monsanto propaganda machine trying to convince you and everyone else that genetically altered, test tube food is healthy and beneficial. It’s Monsanto trying to plant a polluted seed in your head that their GMO seeds are better than natural seeds. It’s nonsense.
Van Montagu said he hoped “that this recognition will pave the way for Europe to embrace the benefits of [GMO] technology, an essential condition for global acceptance of transgenic plants.” In other words, “Hopefully this will convince you to believe us!”
The Time Has Come for the Revolution
Folks, Monsanto and their cohorts will stop at nothing to get you to believe their trash will save us all. Organic, natural, and sustainable farming is the answer to the world’s food problems, not Monsanto. If you’re sick of mutated food and the propaganda that accompanies it, please join the Monsanto Video Revolt initiative I’ve started with Anthony Gucciardi of Natural Society and Mike Adams of Natural News.
It’s easy, make a video of any length detailing why you object to Monsanto and their tactics. On July 24th, post your video on Youtube and Facebook, send it to Monsanto, send it to the law makers who stabbed you in the back by approving the Monsanto Protection Act. Only together can we make a difference and make ourselves heard.
Visit www.MonsantoVideoRevolt.com for complete details and information.
By the way, in 2008, the World Food Prize Foundation received $5 million from Monsanto to ensure continuation of the annual award… but I’m sure that’s just an unrelated coincidence.
- Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, ND, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM