Monsanto is at the core of a rotten corporate GM apple that is literally poisoning the world. Natural News recently covered the allegations from India that Monsanto conducted GM corn trials without approval. This is just the tip of the iceberg in a laundry list of abuses that we have covered on our own site in four recent key articles:
Monsanto Shifts ALL Liability to Farmers
The Agribusiness Juggernaut; Assault on Nature
A Perfect Storm of GMO’s, Chemicals, and Cancer
Scientists Warn Of Link Between New Pathogen and Monsanto’s Roundup
Countries in Latin America and across Europe have been doing their best to resist the Monsanto invasion. Finally, people are ready to take to the streets in America to publically denounce the practices of the leader of Big Ag.
As Salem-News correctly points out in their announcement of the demonstrations: “Gandhi got his country to reject the products of the British empire. GMOs and vaccines are central products of this empire and each are also bioweapons.
This issue is one that goes beyond left-right divided politics and hits the central nerve of all of us — our freedom to make informed decisions about the health of our families. So, whether you are a farmer or consumer, it’s time to get off the sidelines and become active.
For those who might be unfamiliar with the long history of Monsanto atrocities and the need to march against them, please watch the free film: The World According to Monsanto
Here is the schedule of demonstrations:
Dates for ALL locations is Saturday March 26, 2011 and include (alphabetically):
Ann Arbor MI, Southeast corner of Catherine Street and N. 4th Avenue, just south of the A2 Farmers Market and Kerrytown Shops 12pm – 3pm
Albuquerque NM, UNM 12pm – 3pm
Atlanta GA, Around Centennial Olympic Park across from the CNN Bldg. 11am – 4pm
Austin TX, at The Capitol 12pm – 3pm
New York City, City Hall steps, between Broadway and Park Row 12pm – 1pm
Colorado Springs CO, Acacia Park 11am – 1:30pm
Hollywood FL, Open Air Bandshell Theatre on Hollywood Beach Boardwalk, 100 Johnson Street and North Ocean Drive/A1A 11am – 2pm
Indianapolis IN, 200 W. Washington Street #220 12pm – 2pm
Kansas City MO, The Plaza Downtown Kansas City 11am – 3pm
LA CA, Los Angeles (Westwood) Federal Bldg, 11000 Wilshire Blvd. 11am – 2pm
Maui HI, in front of Long’s streetside on Ka’ahumanu Ave in Kahului 8am – 11am
Milwaukee WI, Water and Wisconsin 11am – 2pm
Montpelier VT, Outside CITY HALL 11am – 3pm
Nashville TN, Nashville Farmers Market, 900 Rosa Parks Boulevard (Eighth Avenue North) 10am – 1pm
Queen Creek AZ, Safeway Food Store, Queen Creek, Arizona East valley Power and Queen Creek road 12pm – 1pm
Saint Paul MN, Minnesota State Capitol Building – South Mall, 75 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd 12pm – 2pm
Salem OR, 900 Court St. NE, Salem, Oregon 97301 12pm – 3pm
Seattle WA, Westlake Park 12pm – 2pm
Tampa Bay FL, Downtown 11am – 2pmb
NOTE: We invite attendees to please submit articles and videos to us following each event to issue first-hand reports that will no doubt counter the mainstream media coverage — if there is any.