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death pollen
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, March 23 2013 @ 12:15 AM EDT
How does this work ??? Farmer "A" uses Monsanto seeds which
mature and blow pollen into farmer "B"'s field. Does farmer
"B" end up with sterile seeds?

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Monsanto’s Death Patents
Authored by: artp on Saturday, March 23 2013 @ 12:29 AM EDT
It's been tried. The lawsuits against Monsanto have failed.
The specific lawsuit I saw claimed that pollen from bt-corn
(which contains the poison expressed by bacillus
thuringensis) is violating the laws on chemical trespass. The
courts didn't buy it. The double standard strikes again.

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Userfriendly on WGA server outage:
When you're chained to an oar you don't think you should go down when the galley
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Shouldn't Monsanto be the one being sued?
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, March 23 2013 @ 09:14 AM EDT

Yes, but how many rich farmers do you know?

Simple. There aren't any. I grew up on a farm. Hiring lawyers wasn't
something we did with the scant resources we had, except for wills or land
sales.

Wayne
http://madhatter.ca

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