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12 thoughts on “Judge Dismisses the Case Against Monsanto

  1. Not Impressed says:

    This is a very sad development. Please, everyone, wake up and think of the consequences. Natural law will trump the legal shenanigans and the whole human race will be in jeopardy. Think about it.

  2. If Monsanto wants to control their patented seed, then they should be forced to grow them under controlled (i.e. non-open) fields. If a wild bee cross-polinates an heirloom plant with one of Monsanto's hybrids, the only ones who should be sued is Monsanto for not keeping "their" pollen controlled.

  3. jim28threg. says:

    Best way to protect your crop from unwanted cross breeding would be to eliminate the offending crop. I would think that would be simple
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  4. senior viking says:

    To many rights and freedoms are being eroded away.
    What Monsanto does is wrong. The judges are wrong.

    Now – how do we correct it?

  5. Bill McCroskey says:

    This lawsuit and the decision rendered by the judge leaves me scratching my head and thinking of some pretty weird applications of her legal logic in areas other than seed patent infringement that would be laughable. One would think that it will be overturned on appeal.

  6. barbarossa says:

    Sounds like a certain judge is getting a new beach house courtesy of you-know-who. Investigate the money trail and start the appeal process…
    This is serious stuff, folks. Monsanto is overturning millions of years of evolution with haphazard decisions that could ruin or taint our food supply forever. This company cares about nothing but profits. They have designed some of the most lethal and poisonous compounds known to man, and have unleashed them on the earth. It's up to the people to stop the insanity. Contact your Congressperson and demand that they stop Monsanto!

  7. Every day our freedoms are being taken away. We are no longer America but a shadow of what once was. I feel sorry for my children and my grandchildren. Their world will be bleak, full of starvation and dictatorship. And most of the freedoms we lost in the name of safety.

  8. Doug Smith says:

    Monsanto pseudonymous with Agri-bully. It's time to stop Corporate farming from destroying the family farm and all small farming operations. These seed producers want to destroy the farming of heirloom crops and replace it with a monoculture that goes against nature and sets crop production up for huge failures because of a lack of diversity.

  9. TheGovtIsNuts says:

    Boycott Monsanto!
    Buy Non-GMO!

    1. Boycott Monsanto. Courtesy, http://www.opednews.com/articles/A-Call-to-Boycot

    The following U.S. dealers stock Seminis/Monsanto seeds for the home gardener. DON'T BUY THESE BRANDS:

    W Atlee Burpee, Dege Garden Center, E & R Seed Co., Earl May Seed, Garden Trends, Gardens Alive, Germania Seed Co., Johnnys Selected Seeds, J.W. Jung Seed Co., Lindenberg Seeds, Mountain Valley Seed, Nichols Garden Nursery, Park Seed, Rocky Mountain Seed Co., T & T Seeds, Ltd., Tomato Growers Supply, Willhite Seed Co.

    When you buy seeds, make sure they are heirloom seeds, and not hybrid or genetically modified. Check out the companies, and if they purchase their seeds from Seminis, find another company because you are supporting Monsanto when you buy their products. Save the seeds from your heirloom crops and start your own seed bank, because very soon, clean seeds will be unavailable unless they come from you or your neighbor. It is up to us to do the research, ask the questions, then follow through by action.

    2. Buy Non-GMO Products – Free Shopping Guides:

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  10. Monsanto bans GMO foods in their own cafeterias!
    http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/gm-food-

  11. More on Monsanto's twisted logic ,http://www.naturalnews.com/034745_Monsanto_GM_foods_safety_testing.html

    In the Why aren't you running human clinical trials on GM crops? section of Monsanto's Food Safety page, the biotechnology giant explains its opinion that GMOs are "substantially equivalent" to natural organisms. According to Monsanto, since concentrations of proteins, carbohydrates, and other nutrient factors vary among natural crops, as well as among natural and GM crops, then these differences are automatically unimportant in light of GMO safety. Furthermore, Monsanto claims that its injection of foreign DNA into its GM crops is also automatically safe because, get this, DNA is present in natural crops as well. Never mind that the injected DNA is foreign and unnatural, and is used to alter the entire genetic structure of GM crops — according to Monsanto, its unnatural DNA is automatically non-toxic because every other plant also has DNA. Case closed.
    Based on Monsanto's pseudoscientific nonsense, everything can be considered non-toxic and safe because it is all made of atoms, just like our bodies!