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Occupy Monsanto on September 17th, 2012

Occupy Monsanto

This is a Call to Action for a Non-Hierarchical Occupation of Monsanto Everywhere

Whether you like it or not, chances are Monsanto contaminated the food you ate today with chemicals and GMOs. Monsanto controls much of the world’s food supply at the expense of food democracy worldwide. This site is dedicated to empowering citizens of the world to take action against Monsanto on September 17th, 2012.

Step 1: Choose your target
There are hundreds of Monsanto facilities for your protest convenience. Pick your poison on our Facilities page

Step 2: Form a plan
Do you want to make signs, banners or props? Will people dress in costumes? Are you bringing tents, noisemakers, media recording devices? Will you perform a chant, speech, or ceremony? There are so many ways to express your outrage at Monsanto’s devastation of our food, health, and environment, and many considerations.

Step 3:
Take action September 17th, 2012
Join groups across the world for a global protest at Monsanto facilities. Make this a day Monsanto will never forget as we unite with a single voice: OCCUPY MONSANTO.

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4 comments to Occupy Monsanto on September 17th, 2012

  • Jailbreak

    Good Morning, I just stopped in to visit your website and thought I’d say thank you.

    • Brendan Gates – I am greatly encouraged to see that there’s a growing awareness about and revolt against GMO’s put into our food chain without our permission. And to see that children like Taryn are right into understanding the issues & speaking out, that’s just the icing on the cake! I live in Canada now but come from New Zealand, a nation that so far has just tiny traces of GMO’s in the food chain: GM corn was accidentally planted some years ago in New Zealand, and when it was discovered it was ordered to be ripped out / ploughed under, and a whole book was written about the event and surrounding issues (The Seeds of Distrust, Nicky Hager) about the scandal that was termed corngate! Keep up the good fight, make a lot of noise, and as you say 10% we’ll get the non-GMO foodchain we want. Congratulations on doing good work in the fight about GMO’, keep it up mates.

    • The largest anoumt of GM Foods used is not at the consumer level though. It is in the manufacturing level where they have zero regulations for reporting so GM wheat, soy meal, and canola can all be used as base ingredients in conventional foods like pasta, cereals, and breads and not have to identify it.

  • scientists have now grown a buergr in a laboratory. Somehow, I think it will make it’s way to the grocery stores and will eventually be super cheap…but I doubt that Kathleen Sibelius will be chowing down on a laboratory created buergr anytime soon.

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