>> He (Hendrik Ver faillie) then travelled secretly to Britain
>> to talk to the Soil Association and others
>> Looking drawn and troubled, with an important meeting with
>> reportedly upset shareholders ahead of him, Mr Shapiro was
>> He promised wide consultation and to
>> listen carefully.
> Missing from the following account is any mention of how
> corporate mea culpas and 'reaching out' to critics have become
> the lastest new tactic in the PR world.
Your post really bothers me.
1. I don't think they (we) are monsters, just all too human
2. Your tone is sort of like "kick em good when they're down"
3. You are not adding anything to the debate, just engaging in personal
The people I know in Monsanto, and in the industry in general are operating
with good intentions. Sure, they want to make money, but they believe (and
so do I) that the current GMO products are good, healthful, useful to
farmers of all sizes, and mostly harmless to the environment. Their big
fault is being politically naive.
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