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Monsanto Caused 291,000 Suicides In India

from WeAreChange:

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Dr. Vandana Shiva about the current situation in India and how GMO’s have affected farmers there. Dr. Shiva is an Indian environmental activist and anti-globalization author to find out more about her check out

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1 comment to Monsanto Caused 291,000 Suicides In India

  • daddy warbucks

    ‘Green’ massacres nature

    Huge Victory: Monsanto Losing Hundreds of … – InvestmentWatch monsanto-losing-hundreds-of-millions-investors-pulling-out-end-of-gmo -giant-to-come/

    But still not enough awareness on the

    ‘Green’ monster massacring nature (and our wallets)

    And this has been going on since the start of Obama’s fast tracking green energy policies (7 years?).

    “…watched as birds burned and fell, reporting an average of one “streamer” every two minutes”

    Another Green Energy Source Criticized for Its ‘Alarming’ Impact on … stories/ 2014/ 08/ 18/ another-green-energy-source-criticized-for-its-alarming-impact-on-wil dlife/

    “Greed energy illustrates the adverse effects the Obama administrations ‘Fast Tracking’ of large scale renewable energy projects …”

    Remember this?

    Fatal Attraction: Birds and Wind Turbines – KQED QUEST

    … and 7 years later, still no fix:

    Wind Turbines Kill Birds – Daily Kos

    Wind turbines contaminate | World Council for Nature

    Jul 2, 2014 … Oil leak along a wind turbine tower in the Sierra de El Perdón (courtesy of … severe vomiting and diarrhoea with water samples showing high readings of E. … to human health from construction and maintenance of wind farms.

    ‘Wind Farms are OK Because They Benefit Barnacles’.

    Besides being wildly expensive (so heavily subsidised by compulsory levies that they cost six times more than coal energy) they are also: shortlived (because it’s hard to erect such large mechanical structures in such hostile terrain); subject to declining efficiency; they kill an average 110-330 birds per turbine per year; they blight the view from the coast; they disrupt shipping; they kill whales and other marine life; they drive up energy prices; they increase fuel poverty; they enrich rent-seekers; they require vast pylons to carry their costly, intermittent energy from the sea across the land. Happily, all these disadvantages have been nullified by this glorious news, as recounted in Christian Science Monitor: […]

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