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Monsanto announces huge profits despite public backlash

04.04.2013 16:04

Amid widespread protests against the ‘Monsanto Protection Act’, the biotech giant has reported a 22 percent increase in net profits – an announcement that may spark further outrage about the provision that protects the company from financial damage.

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Anonymous user 07.06.2013 06:02

No longer am I watching the world go by, I am now sadly watching it die.

Anonymous user 05.06.2013 05:11

Could the GMOs be what's killing the bees?
No. The culprit is a nicotin pesticide made by Syngenta.

Anonymous user 04.06.2013 21:22

Why should the right to life disturb the profits of Monsanto?
They just want to swat us.

Anonymous user 04.06.2013 21:04

The concentration camps of the NA.ZIs were also quite profitable.
Luci fer is happy: growing shares!!

Anonymous user 31.05.2013 21:10

We are just getting started, prepare for a fall Monsatnto, your time is past. We will not falter.

Anonymous user 31.05.2013 20:28

Profits thru' pain! Monsanto's seed is mutant rubbish!So,keep it off all continents!

Anonymous user 30.05.2013 04:59

Grow it fast, grow it tasteless. Corporate greed at its best. Shareholders more important than food

Anonymous user 27.05.2013 15:35

Continue the protests non violent and public awareness.the politicians are supporting this company.

 

Gary M. Marino 25.05.2013 09:31

The only thing that will stop Monsanto is Violence. We must offset their profits through destruction of property...

Anonymous user 17.05.2013 10:09

It's dang obvious the USA Leaders have an agenda of death at this point in time. They want to kill.

Anonymous user 15.05.2013 09:14

What was it the real American once said Only when last tree etc realise cant eat money!

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 15:25

GMO food is harmless, its like normal plant breeding but accelerated.

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