When Japan, at least half of which is radioactive, won't buy US Incorporated wheat, that should tell you all you need to know in regards to what is most dangerous.
There are entire countries the USI destroys with missile strikes that are not nearly as dangerous as Monsanto. People need to wake up and get their priorities straight.
Bang on, Dog-One - corporate responsibility laws are currently a joke - $1,000,000 fine for something that has already cost the farmers now stuck with their crops $350 - $500 mil, in Oregon alone? Messing with the food chain on such vast levels should be a company disbandment offence at minimum.
I'm keen to watch the full docco on Monsanto now:
HOLY S@*T - Now I'm sure that other people have already put these pieces together, but seriously - it's insidious and underhanded and disgusting!!!
Watching this from March 30 after the uproar over the initial bill being snuck into law as a subsection, it puts the context of this wheat leak into crystal clarity.
I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but this one is pretty damn close.
Using humor to discuss how the bill came to be, this from John Stewart back in April:
So now, they can't export it, they can't bar it from sales to the general public, and they can't get rid of it.
Where's my tin hat?
Interesting addition to the conversation, the most comprehensive testing on GMO's to date has been completed, and the results are covered in this clip: