Wednesday, June 23, 2010

US Supreme Court lifts ban on sale of GM crop

There's no place to find sanctuary from this scientific dictatorship. The president is a puppet. Congress is subservient to him. And the courts are completely rogue. It's over. Soon not only will you not be able to tell if there is GM ingredients in your food, it will be illegal for manufacturers to tell you their product is GMO-free. If you're not growing and raising your own food, you're being poisoned. It's as simple as that.

Take note that Monsanto argued that the courts should have waited the findings of a study by the USDA, which is staffed by lawyers and lobbyists for biotech and pharmaceutical corporations. Sure, LOL, it's totally safe. Suckers.

    Associated Press -

    The Supreme Court lifted Monday a four-year ban on the sale in the United States of genetically modified alfalfa, which farmers fear contaminates others crops.

    A district court judge in California in May 2007 blocked the US biotech giant Monsanto from selling alfalfa seeds that it had genetically modified to resist its Roundup weed killer.

    The ruling was upheld on appeal in 2009, but Monsanto went to the Supreme Court arguing that any decision should have awaited the findings of a study by the Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).

    "Until APHIS seeks to effect a partial deregulation, any judicial review of such a decision is premature," the Supreme Court said.