Monthly Archives: November 2015

Monsanto’s Giving Tuesday, December 1

A Poem by M.Lapin Monsanto, too, celebrates Giving Tuesday. It gives to lawyers to patent life. It gives to scientists to change their results. It gives to research journals filling them with bias. It gives to stop GMO labeling in … Continue reading

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Monsanto Thanksgiving

A Poem by M.Lapin The CEO said he was thankful for the greed they sowed, the money spent on mislabeling, corrupting editors, purchasing journals and scientific research to change results, and he hoped the people advocating for those with Agent … Continue reading

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Monsanto Scientist in Hospice

A Poem by Donal Mahoney He wants to do certain things he should have done before old age and illness reaped their harvest. The doctor gives him days perhaps a week to breathe but he can’t remember what he wanted … Continue reading

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Postcard from Saigon

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Children Of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance | Agent Orange Survivors “If we fail to realize that March Against Monsanto is not about GMOs alone, then we have already lost the battle.”Kelly L. Derricks Let us also honor the children and … Continue reading

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GUEST…………

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett ‘remembering Monsanto and Dow Chemical’ You arrive wearing your fatigue like a uniform. Your face pale, the texture of wax. Your feet, Sir –, so swollen the leggings Won’t give. The tongue’s chafed thus It … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day 2015

An Essay by Richard D. Hartwell Project Agent Orange The first time I was ever thanked for my military service by anyone outside family was in 1985, by a co-worker. This was eighteen years after I returned from Vietnam. The … Continue reading

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