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Monsanto Committed Ecocide
« on: December 24, 2017, 03:56:39 PM »

Of course Monsanto is not the only compay that should be put out of business, but one must start somewhere.

as our founder would say: monetarism has created a "culture of death". Personal responsibility is unavoidable at some point, we'll have to stand up for ourselves and quit asking the next generations to fix the mess we are in. The Future is now!!


The  Monsanto Tribunal is an international civil society initiative to hold  Monsanto accountable for human rights violations and ecocide. Eminent  judges heard testimonies from victims and experts. Then, they delivered a  legal opinion following procedures of the International Court of  Justice (on April 18th 2017, The Hague). They concluded that Monsanto’s activities have a negative impact on basic  human rights. Besides, better regulations are needed to protect the  victims of multinational corporations. Eventually, international law  should be improved for better protection of the environment and include  the crime of ecocide. Now, it is up to us, the civil society, to spread  the conclusions of the Monsanto Tribunal and push for these essential  changes.
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Re: Monsanto Committed Ecocide
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2018, 03:09:53 PM »

I didn't donate any $ this time because that are the people who have to march in the street by the millions
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