David vs. Monsanto

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Patrick Levell· Feb 21, 2014

Dr. Mercola would like you to watch and learn from this documentary film “David versus Monsanto” as it reveals the victory of a farmer, David Runyon, against Monsanto which is one of the most powerful companies promoting genetically engineered foods other known as GMO.



Mercola.com is PROUD to offer a FREE Viewing of this Documentary for a LIMITED TIME. Please show this documentary with all your friends and family! The free viewing expires on November 10th, 2012.


It all began in 1998, at which time Schmeiser had grown canola on his farm for 40 years. Like any other traditional farmer, he used his own seeds, saved from the previous harvest.

But, like hundreds of other North American farmers, Schmeiser ended up being sued by Monsanto for ‘patent infringement’ when more than 320 hectares were found to be contaminated with Roundup Ready canola—the biotech giant’s patented canola, genetically engineered to tolerate otherwise lethal doses of glyphosate.


via http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/11/03/david-versus-monsanto.aspx


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