To contaminate everything with GMOs is the intent, because it renders any resistance useless.
This is also the reason for the GMO security research, where small agribusiness front firms, which are directly connected to the agribusiness giants like Monsanto, Syngenta, DuPont-Pioneer, Dow Chemical, BASF, KWS Saat and Bayer, create with almost no oversight, small GMO test fields (usually around 9 square meters) as close as possible to the seed banks, whose responsible it is to keep our seeds as pure as possible.
In Germany these criminals get €350.000 for each of those 9 square meter test fields from the government to contaminate our food supply.
This is not a conspiracy. This is real.
Notice that it is the chemical industry that wants to be in charge of our food supply!
What could possibly go wrong?
Meet the real terrorists:
– US Conspired to Retaliate Against European Nations If They Resisted GMOs: Wikileaks Cable Reveals
MUTANT canola crops genetically engineered to survive repeated sprayings of herbicide have been approved for planting.
This is despite the furore over GM contamination of an organic farm.
The West Australian Minister for Agriculture and Food, Terry Redman, has called on the organic industry to bend its rules to permit some GM material, declaring purity to be “unrealistic”.
WA grain farmer Steve Marsh was stripped of his organic certification this week after GM canola seeds allegedly blew 1.5km over his boundary from a neighbouring property at Kojonup, southeast of Perth. He is now setting an Australian precedent by threatening to sue for damages.
“The GM industry must control its technology,” Mr Marsh said yesterday.
“If a GM farmer wishes to grow it, that’s his business, but he must be responsible that it doesn’t impact on his neighbours.”
Mr Marsh said he was considering legal action but was awaiting the results of a WA government investigation.
A spokeswoman for Monsanto — which sells the GM canola seeds as well as the Roundup herbicide used to spray it for weeds — yesterday said the multinational corporation would support the GM farmer if the case ended in legal action.
She said the GM farmer — whose identity has not been revealed — had complied with his obligation to keep a 5m buffer between his GM crop and the adjoining farm.
“The canola grower has met all his legal requirements,” the Monsanto spokeswoman said.
“We’d certainly be looking to support him in any way we could.
“Having a couple of canola plants blow into a farm should not be affecting its organic wheat status. Both farmers have done everything they should have.”
Read moreAustralia: Monsanto GM Strain Blows Organic Status Away