GE - Re: CHEAPER TO BAN GM FOOD!
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- From: "George Monbiot" <email@example.com>(by way of genetics <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
- Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 18:35:25 +0100
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I've spent precious hours over the last few months emailing lots of people
tring to put this quote right, because it will backfire if we keep repeating
it. In truth, Vandana should have done it, but as I checked with her after I
saw the original article, and queried the quote, I feel I have a
responsibility to tell other people. The paragraph about water circulated
below is hers, not Robert Fraley's (not Farley) and was misattributed by The
Hindu. I have told loads of people, but no one seems very concerned to pass
the message on. I'd be very grateful if you could do so.
From: NLP Wessex <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Undisclosed.Recipients <Undisclosed.Recipients>
Date: Thursday, September 09, 1999 8:20 PM
Subject: CHEAPER TO BAN GM FOOD!
>"Since water is as central to food production as seed is, and without water
>life is not possible, Monsanto is now trying to establish its control over
>water. During 1999, Monsanto plans to launch a new water business, starting
>with India and Mexico since both these countries are facing water
>Robert Farley of Monsanto, THE HINDU, Saturday, May 1, 1999