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The March Against Monsanto has seen millions in 436 cities in 52 countries challenging biotech corporations and protesting against genetically modified foods, which despite bans in some states due to potential health hazards remain legal in many others.
RT's Anastasia Churkina reports from New York City.
'Monsanto is all-in-one horseman of GMO Apocalypse' - YouTube
A wave of rallies is rolling across the globe in protest at biotech giant Monsanto. Thousands of campaigners and environmentalists in more than 40 countries accuse the multi-national corporation of aggressively expanding into the food market and spreading hazardous products.Protest against biotech agricultural giant, Monsanto in South Africa - YouTube
Geopolitical analyst and author of "Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of GMO" F. William Engdahl explains why Monsanto menaces farmers and food producers around the globe.
Protestors in Durban and Plettenberg Bay today joined thousands of others worldwide to protest against biotech agricultural giant, Monsanto.Americas Tax Money Funding Monsanto To Promote GMO's! - YouTube
The US company monopolizes the global seed industry and produces gentically engineered seeds.
Monsanto promotes GMO abroad with US tax money? - YouTube
Amid accusations the Monsanto corporation enjoys protection from the authorities, a recent report showed the US government has been aggressively lobbying for GM foods all across the world. RT America correspondent Megan Lopez reports.'Monsanto monopoly pushes farmers to suicide' - YouTube
Nick Bernabe, who's a social media director for March against Monsanto, claims in some parts of the world the corporate giant's tactics are even leading farmers to suicide.Monsanto promotes GMO abroad with US tax money? - YouTube
Amid accusations the Monsanto corporation enjoys protection from the authorities, a recent report showed the US government has been aggressively lobbying for GM foods all across the world. RT America correspondent Megan Lopez reports.