According to Mr. Robert Farley of Monsanto, "what you are seeing is not just a consolidation of seed companies, it's really a consolidation of the entire food chain. Since water is as central to food production as seed is, and without water life is not possible, Monsanto is now trying to establish its control over water..."
Straight from the horses mouth, no less. Of course, the same could be said for air, as we all know. Again , the operative word here is C*O*N*T*R*O*L.
Looks like you got it wrong again, Jimbo! Sulfur content 'has been increasing'! - J. Reynolds
Obviously there is now an opening for us rank and file both to defend the environmental benefits of air pollution.. what about some comment on whether the "air pollution is good" line is utilisable, perhaps in rallies? - Wayne Hall
What we're able to do now is inadvertent.- Patrick Minnis, NASA
Post by Joe_Hillshoist on Mar 7, 2002 19:39:50 GMT -5
Conveinient that 20 % of the world is in drought.
I wonder how long it is before Monsatan delivers the water to you via the weather. "Oh you want rain - just call our toll free number with you credit card details and GPS location and we will do the rest."