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Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act Into Law After Promising GMO Labeling in 2007

Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act Into Law After Promising GMO Labeling in 2007

President Obama has signed into law the notorious Monsanto Protection Act legislation hidden inside of the Continuing Resolution spending bill, which protects Monsanto and its genetically modified creations from federal courts.

by Anthony Gucciardi
NaturalSociety.com
March 28, 2013

Passing up the chance to veto the bill in favor of stopping Monsanto’s increasing monopoly on the food supply, Obama pushed the bill through into a law in a move that reminds us of his failed 2007 promise to ‘immediately’ label GMOs upon his election.

Contained in the rider (Farmer Assurance Provision, Sec. 735) of HR 933, Monsanto is now even protected (at least under this law) from the United States government.

As I pointed out in a previous article, the Monsanto Protection Act’s success actually proves how corporations have more power than even the United States federal government. Monsanto’s lobbyists managed to slip the rider into the major bill, which — despite the rider — has virtually nothing to do with the topic.

This is a typical and routinely practiced move by lobbyists to insert an incognito line of legislation into a bill generally viewed as favorable overall. One that has proven to be effective for Monsanto.


2007 Promise to Label GMOs

The result is now major outcry against Obama for signing the bill into law and protecting the biotech juggernaut Monsanto. Many fail to remember, however, that Obama first decided to allow Monsanto to continue pulverizing the food supply and the health of the nation back in 2008 when he went back on his promise to ‘immediately’ label GMOs. It was in 2007, during a campaign speech, that Obama first stated his support of non-GMO and GMO labeling activists, in which he promised to swiftly label GMOs.


You can see the video from our Youtube channel here:



For a brief period before the bill was passed by the Senate and now signed into law by Obama, both myself and many others in the alternative news community crusaded tirelessly to alert politicians and activists in order to stop the Protection Act from going through. Unfortunately, time was not on our side. The hasty vote by the Senate and the news blackout from the mainstream media were enough to break through the warnings of concerned activists (and people who just want real food). Now, however, renewed interest in the GMO labeling campaign and the fight against Monsanto brews.

With such a blatant and cocky act against the United States and its people, Monsanto has set itself up to fail. Let’s remind Obama of his promise to label GMOs he made many years ago.

http://intellihub.com/2013/03/28/oba...ing-in-2007-2/
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Old 03-29-2013, 06:37 AM   #2
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Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act Into Law After Promising GMO Labeling in 2007

President Obama has signed into law the notorious Monsanto Protection Act legislation hidden inside of the Continuing Resolution spending bill, which protects Monsanto and its genetically modified creations from federal courts.

by Anthony Gucciardi
NaturalSociety.com
March 28, 2013

Passing up the chance to veto the bill in favor of stopping Monsanto’s increasing monopoly on the food supply, Obama pushed the bill through into a law in a move that reminds us of his failed 2007 promise to ‘immediately’ label GMOs upon his election.

Contained in the rider (Farmer Assurance Provision, Sec. 735) of HR 933, Monsanto is now even protected (at least under this law) from the United States government.

As I pointed out in a previous article, the Monsanto Protection Act’s success actually proves how corporations have more power than even the United States federal government. Monsanto’s lobbyists managed to slip the rider into the major bill, which — despite the rider — has virtually nothing to do with the topic.

This is a typical and routinely practiced move by lobbyists to insert an incognito line of legislation into a bill generally viewed as favorable overall. One that has proven to be effective for Monsanto.


2007 Promise to Label GMOs

The result is now major outcry against Obama for signing the bill into law and protecting the biotech juggernaut Monsanto. Many fail to remember, however, that Obama first decided to allow Monsanto to continue pulverizing the food supply and the health of the nation back in 2008 when he went back on his promise to ‘immediately’ label GMOs. It was in 2007, during a campaign speech, that Obama first stated his support of non-GMO and GMO labeling activists, in which he promised to swiftly label GMOs.


You can see the video from our Youtube channel here:



For a brief period before the bill was passed by the Senate and now signed into law by Obama, both myself and many others in the alternative news community crusaded tirelessly to alert politicians and activists in order to stop the Protection Act from going through. Unfortunately, time was not on our side. The hasty vote by the Senate and the news blackout from the mainstream media were enough to break through the warnings of concerned activists (and people who just want real food). Now, however, renewed interest in the GMO labeling campaign and the fight against Monsanto brews.

With such a blatant and cocky act against the United States and its people, Monsanto has set itself up to fail. Let’s remind Obama of his promise to label GMOs he made many years ago.

http://intellihub.com/2013/03/28/oba...ing-in-2007-2/
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I totaly agree. This is bad news.

Now when the Republicans take back control of the white house in 2016 can we expect this law to be repealed?
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Old 04-04-2013, 07:18 PM   #5
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I really, really dislike this company. And I really really dislike this law.
My thoughts as well. I have no problem with us developing GMO's, but they should be labelled, and I have a big problem with Monsanto's methods. The President said one thing and did another, so in this case he either didn't read the bill, was powerless to stop the "We Heart Monsanto" rider, or didn't care, and none of them reflect on him particularly well.

And I would hope it gets repealed first day no matter who President Obama's successor is, but I have a feeling it won't. By 2016, we'll likely have a whole new crop of outrages to fume over.
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Old 03-29-2013, 04:37 PM   #6
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This whole thing pisses me off. ****ing insane.

They have free reign to make as much Frankenfood as possible with zero potential for litigation, if they **** up?
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Old 03-29-2013, 09:07 PM   #7
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This whole thing pisses me off. ****ing insane.

They have free reign to make as much Frankenfood as possible with zero potential for litigation, if they **** up?
Yeah, because somehow calculated genetic engineering introducing known genes is less precise then bombarding seeds with radiation or selective breeding.

You know, the two ways we developed new strains of crops before genetic engineering.
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Yeah, because somehow calculated genetic engineering introducing known genes is less precise then bombarding seeds with radiation or selective breeding.

You know, the two ways we developed new strains of crops before genetic engineering.
You're not factoring in the "being exempt from litigation, laws and regulations" part... I guess.
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Old 03-29-2013, 09:59 PM   #9
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You're not factoring in the "being exempt from litigation, laws and regulations" part... I guess.
And that these are patented and owned crops...while they buy up the seeds around the world. Power hungry and greedy rolled into one.
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This whole thing pisses me off. ****ing insane.

They have free reign to make as much Frankenfood as possible with zero potential for litigation, if they **** up?
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We have a right to know what is in our food and if it was genetically mutated.

You are a billion $ company and you give some money to politicians they just slip this into a bill and no one knows until its too late. Or they have to blow up the whole bill and start again.

Billion $ companies and politicians screwing the consumer. I know it happens daily. But, this type of brazen ****ing the consumer in the wallet to grab more corporate profits pisses me off.
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And Michael Taylor, former V.P for Public Policy at Monsanto, is now the Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine at the FDA. No conflict of intrest there.

You have to scroll to the bottom of the page below to find that little nugget.

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Other positions held by Mr. Taylor include senior fellow, Resources for the Future; professor, School of Medicine, University of Maryland; partner, King & Spalding law firm; and vice president for public policy, Monsanto Company.
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I'm not a big fan of Monsanto at all. And I do think they overstepped their bounds with some of this. But at the same time, there was a lot of good things in this bill as well.

I would like to point out that also included in this bill is:

• Money to pay for food inspectors who would have been furloughed because of budget cuts required under the Budget Control Act.
• Increase in funding for the Special Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) in order that every low income person at nutritional risk can be served by this program.
• Prevented the ending of the Conservation Stewardship Program, which rewards famers and ranchers for engaging in practices that are environmental beneficial.

So it wasn't all bad. The litigation and regulation aspects sound sneaky and evil. But with everything in the government, you have to take quite a bit of bad with whatever good they actually manage.

Regarding GMOs. People are very fearful of GMOs for the most part. And a small bit of that is certainly justified. But we've been using GMOs for decades now. The higher yields, resistances, reduced insecticide usage, etc. have actually saved millions of lives already in poorly developed countries. Many poorer nations are already very dependent on the benefits these GMOs provide. And with the ever rising population of the world, that dependence is going to keep increasing. GMOs will likely play a big part in managing to feed our future population.
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Regarding GMOs. People are very fearful of GMOs for the most part. And a small bit of that is certainly justified. But we've been using GMOs for decades now. The higher yields, resistances, reduced insecticide usage, etc. have actually saved millions of lives already in poorly developed countries. Many poorer nations are already very dependent on the benefits these GMOs provide. And with the ever rising population of the world, that dependence is going to keep increasing. GMOs will likely play a big part in managing to feed our future population.
We have not been using them for decades. This started in the 1990s and we're being used as guinea pigs.

They have not saved millions of lives. In fact it has not delivered any sizeable gain in food production for the world, most of which has still been done by traditional methods per my reading. The world can still be fed without GMO products. This type of propaganda is from Monsanto and vested interests.

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We have not been using them for decades. This started in the 1990s and we're being used as guinea pigs.

They have not saved millions of lives. In fact it has not delivered any sizeable gain in food production for the world, most of which has still been done by traditional methods per my reading. The world can still be fed without GMO products. This type of propaganda is from Monsanto and vested interests.

As usual, you have no clue what you're talking about. We have absolutely been using GMOs for decades. Any product you buy that has high fructose corn syrup comes from GMO corn. Two of the enzymes used to make HFCS, alpha-amylase and glucose-isomerase, are genetically modified to make them more stable. GMO corn is cheaper and produces far more yield, so it's the perfect choice for HFCS. Good luck finding food at your supermarket that doesn't contain HFCS.

GMOs have already had a dramatic effect on many countries in the world. The Hawaiian papaya industry would be completely gone today, were it not for GMO improvements.

Read: http://www.truthabouttrade.org/2012/...n-for-america/

Another really good example is the Casava in Africa. It's a major food staple in Africa, but the plant isn't very nutritional. We've already seen incredible results with making GMO Casava to provide the essential nutrients needed to make a huge difference in malnutrition in Africa.

Read: http://www.modernghana.com/news/4240...n-gm-cass.html

GMOs are in everything, and they have been for a long time. And that's going to keep increasing.
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As usual, you have no clue what you're talking about.
Project much?

Your first link verifies what I said. This has been since the 1990's.
I say, if you don't follow natural health or organics then you're the one who has no clue.

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Nope. I think you need to specify what you mean by decades because that sounds like more than a couple.

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Any product you buy that has high fructose corn syrup comes from GMO corn.
You mean the stuff that makes people fat? This isn't really related to the points I raise. Besides, I already knew this and it's really bad for you too.
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In a recent study published in the January issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), a team of scientists have found that consuming fructose effects how our brains deal with hunger. The study finds that the part of the brain that deals with feeling full, did not kick in, when consuming fructose.

Delia Quigley, of Care2.com, reports, "Scientists at the Yale University School of Medicine enlisted 20 adults who were each given 75g of pure glucose and another time 75g of fructose to drink. Their brains were scanned before and after consuming the drinks, leading to some interesting observations. The glucose caused a reduced blood flow to the brain’s hypothalamus signaling that the body was satisfied and full; while the fructose caused an increase in blood flow signaling that it was not sated and wanted more."

The artificial sweetener High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is genetically modified to decrease glucose, and increase fructose. From Wikipedia, HFCS "comprises any of a group of corn syrups that has undergone enzymatic processing to convert some of its glucose into fructose to produce a desired sweetness." http://www.thegoodmanchronicle.com/2...aking-you.html
Keep making excuses and be a guinea pig. See if I care. Meanwhile, I will eat organic, from my own garden or a from a cooperative where I know where and what the food is from. I don't like ****ing with nature in this way.


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Two of the enzymes used to make HFCS, alpha-amylase and glucose-isomerase, are genetically modified to make them more stable. GMO corn is cheaper and produces far more yield, so it's the perfect choice for HFCS. Good luck finding food at your supermarket that doesn't contain HFCS.
Well, I don't buy all my food in a supermarket. Thank gawd!

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GMOs have already had a dramatic effect on many countries in the world. The Hawaiian papaya industry would be completely gone today, were it not for GMO improvements.
There's contrary facts per what I've read. Lots of it. The sources for this are those pushing it. So of course, they make such claims.


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GMOs are in everything, and they have been for a long time. And that's going to keep increasing.
Specify a "long time." Particularly, since your own link says since the 1990's.
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