I have not seen any UFO’s, but lately I have seen an awful lot of big, ugly drones -not the sleek fancy ones they show killing people overseas but squat, loud things with no windows and crazy fast propellers on the wings, like a sci-fi parody of one of the old twin engine prop planes. No idea what they are for or why they are flying towards MacDill from the Gulf side, but it sure is odd that I never saw them before and the last week they’ve been over all the time.
Lots of big helicopters, mostly Coasties too. If I was a suspicious person I would guess something is going on out in the Gulf that is not on the news. I hope someone like Dutchsinse figures it out and posts about it soon.
Solidarity across borders is the only way to beat multinational corporations. The corruption in governments allows them to do much as they wish in each country, but this cannot go on.I do not know the exact tactics it will take to stop Monsanto, one of the biggest and most evil, but I know we will find them and employ them!
Monsanto continues expansion
Community opposes the construction of transgenic seed factory.
“It changed our lives,” the people of Malvinas Argentinas are saying. They are referring to the arrival of the multinational agribusiness Monsanto, which announced the construction of a seed production plant that will be the “largest in the world,” less than a kilometer (0.6 mile) away from this town in the central province of Córdoba. There is a fear of environmental damages, and through the Asamblea Malvinas en Lucha por la Vida, or the Malvinas Assembly Fighting for Life, the community is looking to stop the company’s progress locally. Monsanto has been operating in Argentina since 1956. In 1980, the company started bottling the glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup in Zárate, in the province of Buenos Aires, and in 1996 got government approval for RR soybeans, which are Roundup-resistant. Last June…
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