Keep up with the news by installing RT’s extension for . Never miss a story with this clean and simple app that delivers the latest headlines to you.
Israel, Hamas agree to unconditional 72-hour ceasefire
GMO giants DuPont have contracted dozens of retired law enforcement officers to begin patrolling farms in the US next year to spot any potential intellectual property theft.
View full story
Maybe this will teach farmers not to raise Genetically Modified crops - force monsanto to close shop
GMO crops not growing Looks like farmers will have
to use non GMO seeds to make a living like before
New name for the patrolling units: Foodstapo
Motto: if we don't shoot you, we'll feed you GMOs
So the farms in America are now places of police patrolling: the new America is a nightmare
The retired cops have no right to trespass. Wait, Monsanto must have bribed politicians to allow it
Boycott DuPont and Monsanto need to shut them down. now!!! Don't buy their seeds you can find better
"The farmers should instead sue GMO"
Only fight and sue the evill for corrupting Gods nature
Patents on seeds nurtured by cancer causing chemicals? Recruiting Police to promote cancer! Problem?
Authorization required for adding comments
You must follow the link in the confirmation
email before you can log in.
Resend confirmation email
Don't forget to check your spam folder
The confirmation email has been sent
To complete a registration check
A password has been sent to your email address
Retype new password
Monsanto wins California: GMO labeling law defeated
Monsanto lawsuit heading to Supreme Court
Walmart to start selling unlabeled insecticide-laced GMO corn from Monsanto
Monsanto spends millions to fight labeling of genetically modified food
Walmart and Monsanto - the power of money in food
Monsanto demands $1 billion in court
© Autonomous Nonprofit Organization “TV-Novosti”, 2005–2014. All rights reserved.