Seeds and Oil: Media complicit in crimes against humanity http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2011/08/seeds-and-oil-media-complicit-in-crimes.html
The media is pimping for the oil and gas industry in Montana and North Dakota and covering up the Navajo commercial farm's use of genetically-modified Monsanto seeds. The media is complicit in crimes against humanity.The Navajo Nation's commercial farm, Navajo Agricultural Products Industries near Farmington, N.M., is still using Monsanto seeds and even promoting these seeds on its website. It is the same farm that has a Raytheon Missiles factory on its farmland, a story censored by Indian Country Today. The corn grown at NAPI is used in commercial products such as potato chips.
All over the world Indigenous Peoples have banned and burned Monsanto seeds, but the Navajo farm still promotes these seeds. On its website, NAPI says, "We purchase our seed from Pioneer Seed Company, Syngenta Inc., and Monsanto, companies producing the best quality genetic hybrid corn seed on the market today."However, Indigenous Peoples around the world know that the Monsanto seeds will destroy their traditional crops in the region through cross-pollination and destroy the health of people eating foods made from these genetically-modified seeds.
Mayans in Chiapas and Guatemala have taken a strong stance against Monsanto's genetically-modified seeds. Mayan ceremonial leaders are urging Indigenous Peoples to use, and save, their traditional seeds because of what the future holds for humanity.From India to Hungary and Haiti, farmers are building bonfires and burning Monsanto seeds. As for Raytheon Missiles on the Navajo farm land, the Navajo Nation Council has continued to promote Raytheon Missiles on the farm. This information was censored by Indian Country Today, while I was a staff writer there. In fact, the ICT executive editor told me not to even research the topic. The media is also now cheerleading for the deadly oil and gas industry.