‘March against Monsanto’: Global movement plans 2nd protest

‘March against Monsanto’: Global movement plans 2nd protest

Joining six continents, 52 countries and over 500 cities, ‘March against Monsanto’ is planning its second mass rally Saturday against the biotech giant and genetically modified food. A number of Agent Orange victims are expected to join the protest.

“Saturday is a big day of action against Monsanto. We took our  lights out to a local cornfield. Monsanto is bad for our food and  bad for our planet,” the March against Monsanto’s movement  posted on its Facebook page.  
  The rallies, which come four days ahead of World Food Day on Oct.  16, will call on millions of activists to boycott “Monsanto’s  predatory business,” genetically modified organisms (GMOs)  and other harmful pesticides, which threaten “health,  fertility and longevity.”

On October, 5, Movement against Monsanto launched a global  ‘Twitter storm’ asking people to tweet and post certain hashtags  as frequently as possible.

TED aligns with Monsanto, halting any talks about GMOs, ‘food as medicine’ or natural healing

TED aligns with Monsanto, halting any talks about GMOs, ‘food as medicine’ or natural healing

(NaturalNews) Allow me to be the first to announce that TED is dead. Why? Because the group that organizes so-called “TED talks” has been thoroughly hijacked by corporate junk science and now openly rejects any talks about GMOs, food as medicine, or even the subject of how food can help prevent behavioral disorders in children. All these areas of discussion are now red-flagged from being presented on any TED stage.

This is openly admitted by TEDx itself in a little-known letter publicly published on December 7, 2012. Click here to view the letter.

In that letter, TED says that people who talk about GMOs are engaged in “pseudoscience.” Those who discuss the healing potential of foods are spreading “health hoaxes.”