Watch Stop Monsanto from Poisoning Hawai’i

by Ann Marie Michaels on October 27, 2012

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Watch Stop Monsanto from Poisoning Hawai'i for Free

I love Hawaii. It’s one of my favorite places in the whole world. If you’ve ever been there, you know how precious and beautiful it is. (You can read about our most recent trip to Maui here: Our Hawaii Vacation Part One and here: Our Hawaii Vacation: The Food.)

If you care about Hawaii and the environment, you simply must watch this movie, Stop Monsanto from Poisoning Hawai’i. It’s truly shocking. But nothing’s really shocking when it comes to Monsanto, makers of Agent Orange, DDT, Roundup, Posilac (synthetic growth hormone fed to dairy cows), etc.

Can you believe that Monsanto has the audacity to call themselves “A Sustainable Agriculture Company” on their home page? I guess they can’t call themselves what they really are, “An Evil Multinational Corporation Poisoning the Planet with Plans to Control the World’s Food Supply.”

I hope watching it will inspire you to do something to help stop Monsanto from destroying our planet.

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Beth October 27, 2012 at 10:38 AM

This is heartbreaking and infuriating, and the fact that almost nobody realizes the enormity of the issue is worrisome. American citizens need to wake up and realize what much of the rest of the world already knows and has acted on.

If GMOs are safe, like the corporate chemical-food-pharmaceutical giants claim, then just label them. If they’re not safe, then get them out of the food supply and environment.

We’re at a turning point.
California voters, please realize the power you wield.
Vote YES on Prop 37!

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Sally_Oh October 27, 2012 at 1:31 PM

Excellent — thank you for sharing this. I love when activists find a pocket to pick that will have some effect. Picking Monsanto’s is slow going. But the school can be shamed into doing it’s stated duty!

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Krissy October 28, 2012 at 1:53 AM

Thank you for sharing this, I just finished watching this–it makes me so darn mad! I so hope Prop 37 passes!!!!! Please people in all 50 states….donate to help Prop 37 pass–it will help us all.

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Bebe October 28, 2012 at 1:57 PM

Very good documentation. I have been aware of some of the issues with GMO corn and papayas on the islands from my Hawai’ian friend who lives on the island of Hawai’i but is from O’ahu. Monsanto’s devastation is horrible by any standards but especially wrenching to a people who are culturally tied to the land, who view it as a sacred thing to be cared for in perpetuity. We illegally overtook their government and confiscated their land and now we allow the raping and pillaging of that very land. Shameful.

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Nicole October 28, 2012 at 4:28 PM

A big mahalo for sharing this! It is so sad to see one of the most beautiful places in the world used and abused as a testing ground. I live in Hawaii (thankfully, on the Big Island where GMO testing is not as bad as the other islands) and visited Kauai a couple months ago. We drove on a desolate road for miles surrounded by destroyed land. I was not surprised to see the Sygenta sign, but I was very saddened by the state of the land. The worst part was that after driving through all of the fields (or lack thereof) was one of the most beautiful beaches I have have ever seen. The drainage to the ocean was very obvious. With more awareness, I hope we can soon make the islands a place of sustainability by returning to the Hawaiian values of respecting and co-existing with our aina.

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