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International Monsanto Tribunal In The Hague to Announce Crimes Against Humanities Verdict

If you’re sick and tired of Monsanto’s scheming to monopolize the food supply with patented crops, and their insistence on poisoning your family and the planet as a matter of business, you’re far from alone.

The Monsanto Tribunal first convened at The Hague, Netherlands, in October 2016. This panel of distinguished judges investigated questions about human rights violations, the danger Monsanto poses to the environment, how they circumvent regulations and even “ecocide.”

On April 18, the panel provided their official legal opinion on Monsanto. Not surprisingly, the result is damning. While Monsanto continues to regurgitate their hackneyed and long-debunked talking points, a panel of experts in the field pulled no punches when dismantling their arguments. To view the legal decision of the International Monsanto Tribunal in The Hague and additional materials click here.  

On the list of “horrible” things Monsanto does on a regular basis: paying scientists to develop support for its toxins. When the IARC concluded that glyphosate is a probable carcinogen, Monsanto was quick to demand a retraction, charging the internationally recognized experts with conducting “junk science.” This time the charge didn’t stick, however — probably because the IARC is considered the global gold standard for carcinogenicity studies.

The steering committee for the Monsanto Tribunal includes Vandana Shiva, Corinne Lepage (former environment minister of France), Gilles-Éric Séralini (toxicologist researching toxicities of GMOs and glyphosate), and Olivier De Schutter (former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food), among others.
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