'Monsanto seed of discord brings Latin American Spring'
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Venezuela's pulled its diplomatic staff from Paraguay - in a tit-for-tat response after its Latin American neighbor did the same. Paraguay has been losing diplomatic connections ever since its president was impeached for cracking down on farmers settling on state land. Let's explain this with the help of political analyst Adrian Salbuchi.
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FUCK MONSANTO, out of european markets! We wont get cancer!°!!
Fuck you monsanto
Saddam Hussein all over again. Although this time however, those elites are desperate to have their plan to work because of the masses that finally see through the curtain behind the throne.
Unfortunately, those D.C.-Wall Street elitists don't even bother to worry or anxious when there're reports of Al-Qaeda existence in Libya and now Syria. Of course, Al-Qaeda was already a CIA's funded entity and gave LOTS of innocent human blood for that Hit-lery Clinton to drink.
lol sure pal
Unfortunately, the international bankers funded U.S. economy and the out-of-touch D.C. elitists always use democracy as their excuses to butt in others' matter. Well, the old Soviet Union once did this Marxist diplomacy on others and now U.S. repeat their mistake. I bet those D.C. elitists will fail to answer what is the TRUE government that the Founding Fathers created and what shall be the REAL legal tender of the commerce.
You are getting you off your line there. Be careful when you make a claim that doesn't even prove or claimed by those mainstream media whores.
Indeed. I dont believe many kinds of democracy have actually fared well for the people in general. At least not when applied to large administrative bodies such as countries. If such a thing as a government is needed id personally back up the idea of a governing institution that doesnt hold elections but is accountable to the people and the needs and interestes of the most, if not every citizen.
Welcome to the rice bowl of my country, buddy. Speaking about the money, I do hope that the MYR will backed by assets like golds and silvers or other precious metals/stones.
Those kind of democracy isn't a freedom at all, in fact it's just like a system with two wolves and a sheep that deciding their next meal (and you know who gets the receiving end). U.S. was found as a constitutional republic, NOT a democracy because the American Founding Fathers knew the dark-side of the democracy itself.
GMOs is the new frontier of economic colonialism
Monsanto is a firm with a never-ending record of crimes against the humanity
"The world according to Monsanto"
watch this documentary here on youtube.
I haven't bought any Nestle product in 33 years.
Btw, I had a fantastic time in Aloe Star many yrs ago. My neighbor was Malaysian and i asked if he'd like me to take anything for his family. Because of bus breakdown and banking hours, i arrived late with no Malaysian $. I was looking for the office of the newspaper where he'd worked to leave the package. I asked some guys on the street for directions. As it turned out, they were childhood friends of his and treated me like long-lost family.
Well, at least this thing don't happen in my country, for now. Because I'm one of the citizens that appreciated Nestle's Milo that became an unofficial sports drink. I don't blame corporation, as long as they do honest business. And yes, my country does drink Nescafe as well. What an irony eh.
I was living in Guatemala when this happened. Nestle distributed a "free", 1-month supply of infant formula to tens of thousands of young, uneducated, poor Mayan mothers, 1 month being the time required to stop lactating. At that point, mothers were obliged to buy infant formula, which they mixed with contaminated water. Hundreds of infants died and thousands were sick. After decades of pressure, Nestle admitted what it had done. A few yrs later, Nestle did the exact same thing in Africa.
Whoa, be careful when U.S. decides to pile more debts on your country, because you reject the GMO. And you should know those countries that rejected GMO, mostly gets the short stick.
Well, at least Nestle gave something in return.
@NauatPrincesa: If there is any company I want to see go out of business, it's Monsanto.
lol now Brazil is dangerous, wow who next Sweden??
Yes he was. But the issues with democratically ellected tyrants or plutocratic patrons is quite complex. You cant ignore the obvious buying of votes and the unfair mediaground that praised the interests of those in control of tvstations and other communication outlets.
I think I saw the movie, starred Richard Dreyfus.
Oh boy. Economic warfare in full swing now. Just like the 1930's, and we just finished the roaring 20's boom. Now we wait for WWIII.
Where I live, GMO is illegal, and trust me, I eat extremely well
RussiaToday is like a weird dream I can never quite make sense of.
"Obama ,the first American dictator".
You are not to bright ,aren't you ?