>looks to me like they are in bed together. the
>suckers don't have a chance to win when the deck is stacked. so whats new.
>it is called politics as usual. .
True. But it's also true that all of a sudden things change, when the time is right and a critical mass gives birth to a mass movement. Before TV exposed what the war was like in Vietnam, it was unpatriotic to be opposed to war. Why, I myself said from the start: I will support our president. Give us both guns and send us to the front and I will stand right behind him. Of course he never did go, and I was kind of busy myself.
Monsanto will lose their biotech investmente and the stooges that have played footsie with them will be out of power. Just stick around (and plant more seedling trees). This stuff will all be broadcast. The focus is already there and the bedclothes are too dirty to come clean. The shirt will hit the fan and I don't mean shirt. This will happen, but will not solve our problems. We will have to do that ourselves.
Know anything about phytohormone homolog producing soil micro-organisms? It seems to me that there has got to be a relationship between a healthy soil flora & fauna and an absence or reduction of soil pathogens & pathogenic activity. This is basic stuff, the kind of thing sustainable agriculture is founded on. But I need data for substantiating that, so I can get a project funded. It turns out the scisoc is by subscription and isn't cheap. From where I am, CABI would be a better bet. I've used CARL and Uncover for BioMed stuff, maybe they're good for this type of thing too. The Wallace Institute does this kind of research. Misha is good at this type of thing, but will she look into it after calling her a girl some time back? (It turns out that's not acceptable any more. See, times change Sal, like I told you).
>What does NGO stand for.
Non-governmental organism. They can either represent the public interest or a special interest group; i.e., be a front for a commercial interest.
What does IMHO stand for?
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On 22/05/99 at 6:20 PM Sal wrote:
>I remember the 60 min. TV show where the man who got appertain to pass the
>FDA regulations later became a big shot with the company (same company the
>big Monsanto). it is a old game and they know how to play it . hummmm they
>always win. . I also remember reading where when the same company was trying
>to get the first GMO registered (the one that started all this and open the
>flood gates with the GMO they inject in cows) with the USDA a few of the
>USDA folks were former Monsanto company men. They seem to know when to send
>there big guns in to the fight and stack the deck. . It seems to me they
>exchange people quite often. looks to me like they are in bed together. the
>suckers don't have a chance to win when the deck is stacked. so whets new.
>it is called politics as usual. . So remember we are going up against a
>stacked deck and usually the sucker never knows what hit them. so we public
>comment and public comment and public comment till we are blue in the face
>giving the USDA our best reasoning but its a joke. The whole idea is to
>make us think it is a fair game and the public has a say but it is really a
>BIG CON. IMHO it's a big con and these folks are the biggest con artists
>the world has ever known. so when I hear that some USDA higher up just came
>over from Monsanto I guess I feel here we go again. They are taking us for
>another ride. What does NGO stand for.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Douglas M. Hinds <email@example.com>
>To: Eric D Nash <ednS94@hampshire.edu>
>Sent: Saturday, May 22, 1999 5:50 PM
>Subject: Re: Monsanto Regulatory Affairs Director Now an NGO (fwd)
>> Guess you missed Lucy's post. Doesn't sound good.
>> On 21/05/99 at 2:58 PM Lucy Miller wrote:
>> >She has publicly stated that leaving Monsanto and joining the NET
>> >required no change of heart. (See interview in the latest Ag
>> >>Could it be that Patricia G. Kenworthy became agast and offended by
>> >>what she saw through her at Monsanto and has turned against the
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>> On 22/05/99 at 6:38 PM Eric D Nash wrote:
>> >On Fri , 21 May 1999, Douglas M. Hinds wrote:
>> >> Could it be that Patricia G. Kenworthy became agast and offended by
>what she saw through her at Monsanto and has turned against the company?
>> >> D H
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