by Hesh Goldstein, Natural News:
he market with the biggest potential for growth, as far as corporate agriculture is concerned, is putting its foot down and saying no. Chile, Colombia and a growing number of other Latin American countries are taking a stand against Monsanto and its ilk by rejecting advancements to further convert their sustenance to the patented seed stocks owned by the biotechnology cabal, a move that could be a major game-changer on the GMO front.
New reports indicate that a coalition of family farmers and others in Chile has successfully put a stop, at least temporarily, to efforts by Monsanto to gain more patent rights. Truth-Out.org reports that grassroots opposition by indigenous farmers and rural communities was enough to block a bill known as the “Monsanto Law,” which would have allowed agribusiness companies the right to patent any seed they develop, modify or even just discover.
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