Saturday, October 15, 2011

You Have NO Rights- I Am Not Kidding

 Read on and weep.  I hope these excerpts from a recent legal decision involving a lawsuit against Monsanto will be readable- I had to go to some trouble to get them into this post. 

Well, I bet you didn't know this:

If you didn't see it in the original, you wouldn't believe it.  You do not have the right to own a cow, or consume the food of your choice.  If this is true, I wonder what rights you do have?

Well, here's the capper:

"The Wisconsin judge who recently ruled that we have no right to own a cow or drink its milk resigned to join one of Monsanto’s law firms."

This nation now belongs to the corporations, and the simplest, most basic acts you may wish to perform are forbidden if they interfere with corporate profits.  And this is before we really feel the effects of the recent Supreme Court decision allowing corporations to openly buy candidates for national offices.  Pray that something like Occupy Wall Street works; otherwise we are doomed.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It isn't bad enough that Monsanto is slowly taking over the production of the world's food. They also are devastating ecosystems. Their patented seeds are immune to their own patented herbicides. RoundUP is one of them. So is Monsanto's widely used and very toxic glyphosate herbicide.

Thus when they aerial spray the fields of The Americas with these, everything green, but their own crops, are killed.
Bees that collect the pollen from these crops suffer colony collapse syndrome (individual bees lose the ability to find their way back to the hives). Traditionally such abandoned hives are then invaded by mites which feed on the remains. But mites are not drawn to the hives of bees that have attempted to pollinate Monsanto's patented seed crops. They leave them alone.
This is public knowledge and flys in the face of all that is sacred. Yet no one does anything to stop it. There is not much of a public outcry. Washington keeps opening doors for Monsanto.

Thank you for posting this sobering news of Wisconsin justice.
You're right about this nation belonging to corporations. You're right too when you say "pray that something like Occupy Wall Street works; otherwise we are doomed"