Thursday, June 21, 2012

[BillTottenWeblog] Busted

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From: Suzanne de Kuyper <>
Date: Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 7:12 AM
Subject: Fwd: [R-G] [BillTottenWeblog] Busted

The seeds have been proven to kill the organisms that eat them. The third
generation of lab mice fed the produce to test it years ago, died. That
international US companies would construct and sell seeds that are deadly to
all that eat the food grown from them is a form of such genocidal depravity
as to be unbelievable. The case against Monsanto in 2011 in the US by a
farmer brought to light the fact that US sale and use of the seeds has been
widespread nationwide for so long that no seed stocks in the country, if not
the whole continent, remain biologically pure. China bought vast stores of
seeds from the US in the last six months, all unknowing the danger and
prevalence of the modified seeds. What happens to the GM seeds intermixed
with biological seeds is generally unknown and the corporations that make
them would lie about the results, backed by the federal government it seems,
even the US State Department.

Now to make the facts known. The International Criminal Court would be a
perfect venue to do so. The UN seems no longer independent enough of the US
to be an effective body as it aids her to break international laws and
norms. Suzanne

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From: Bill Totten <>
Date: Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 9:57 AM
Subject: [R-G] [BillTottenWeblog] Busted
To: Suzanne de Kuyper <>

Biotech Leader 'Syngenta' Charged Over Covering Up Animal Deaths from GM

by Anthony Gucciardi (June 15 2012)

In a riveting victory against genetically modified creations, a major
biotech company known as Syngenta has been criminally charged for denying
knowledge that its GM Bt corn actually kills livestock. What's more is not
only did the company deny this fact, but they did so in a civil court case
that ended back in 2007. The charges were finally issued after a long legal
struggle against the mega corp initiated by a German farmer named Gottfried
Gloeckner whose dairy cattle died after eating the Bt toxin and coming down
with a 'mysterious' illness.

Grown on his own farm from 1997 to 2002, the cows on the farm were all being
fed exclusively on Syngenta's Bt 176 corn by the year 2000. It was around
this time that the mysterious illnesses began to emerge among the cattle
population. Syngenta paid Gloeckner 40,000 euros in an effort to silence the
farmer, however a civil lawsuit was brought upon the company.
Amazingly, two cows ate genetically modified maize (now banned in Poland {1}
over serious concerns) and died. During the civil lawsuit, however, Syngenta
refused to admit that its GM corn was responsible. In fact, they went as far
as to claim having no knowledge whatsoever of harm.

The case was dismissed and Gloeckner, the farmer who launched the suit, was
left thousands of euros in debt. And that's not all; Gloeckner continued to
lose many cows as a result of Syngenta's modified Bt corn. After halting the
use of GM feed in 2002, Gloeckner attempted a full investigation with the
Robert Koch Institute and Syngenta involved. The data of this investigation
is still unavailable to the public, and only examined one cow. In 2009,
however, the Gloeckner teamed up with a German action group known as Bundnis
Aktion Gen-Klage and to ultimately bring Syngenta to the criminal court.

Using the testimony of another farmer whose cows died after eating Syngenta
product, Gloeckner and the team have charged the biotech giant for the death
of over 65 cows, withholding knowledge of the death-link, and holding the
corporation liable for not registering the cattle deaths. The team is even
charging Hans-Theo Jahmann, the German head of Syngenta , personally over
the withholding of knowledge.

The charges bring to light just how far large biotechnology companies will
go to conceal evidence linking their genetically modified products to
serious harm. Monsanto, for example, has even threatened to sue the entire
state of Vermont if they attempt to label its genetically modified
ingredients {2}. Why are they so afraid of the consumer knowing what they
are putting in their mouths?



Jeffrey M Smith / Alex Jones: GMO & Spontaneous Abortions in Livestock 3/4

Additional Sources:

Institute of Science in Society

Syngenta Charged for Covering up Livestock Deaths from GM Corn

This article first appeared at NaturalSociety, pulling back the curtain on
the GMO hoax.


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