“Anonymous Press Release Operation Green Rights. 1800 accounts, Monsanto, Bayer, Dow, Dupont and many others HACKED!
Citizens of the world,
Anonymous Operation Green Rights wishes to publicize its opposition to all environmentally destructive business practices. We are prepared to retaliate against the industry giants responsible for polluting and contaminating natural resources with over eighteen hundred emails and passwords from Monsanto, Syngenta, and Bayer, to name a few. However, due to restrictive video uploading rules, we are unable to post this data within this video. We will be releasing this data across several other mediums for maximum exposure.
To those of you who view everything that exists as a commodity to buy or sell in the name of profit and prominence we say: You are next. All of the money in the world will never replace the beauty of unspoiled nature, ever. Your dirty money can never supercede our right to be protected against the exploitation of living beings and Earth itself.
We should not be exposed to and live upon disfigured, exploited poisoned land, due to the corporate demand and use of genetically modified seeds and chemicals such as the herbicide RoundUp, aiming to gain ever larger market share.
Small farmers see their rights denied and their lives and businesses destroyed in the name of corporate profit. Our environment is being destroyed and polluted by the interests of large industries appearing to be relentlessly opposed to our basic right to safe food and a healthy ecosystem, with only their financial interests in mind.
More info here, for what it’s worth. http://vimeo.com/96142062
“Dozens of Indians protest against so-called terminator seeds, genetically modified sterile seeds which present farmers from saving their seeds for the next year. Monsanto says it has never “commercialized sterile seeds.
“Fact: Monsanto has never commercialized a biotech trait that resulted in sterile – or “Terminator” – seeds. Sharing the concerns of small landholder farmers, Monsanto made a commitment in 1999 not to commercialize sterile seed technology in food crops. We stand firmly by this commitment, with no plans or research that would violate this commitment.”