Tuesday, May 29, 2012

U2, Bono? Celeb partners with Monsanto, G8, to biowreck African farms with GMOs

Rady Ananda
Activist Post

At the G8 Summit held two weeks ago at Camp David, President Obama met with private industry and African heads of state to launch the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition, a euphemism for monocultured, genetically modified crops and toxic agrochemicals aimed at making poor farmers debt slaves to corporations, while destroying the ecosphere for profit.

And Bono, of the rock group U2, is out shilling for Monsanto on this one.

It’s phase 2 of the Green Revolution. Tanzania, Ghana, and Ethiopia are the first to fall for the deception, with Mozambique, Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and other African nations lining up for the “Grow Africa Partnership,” under Obama’s “Global Agricultural Development” plan.

In Obama Pitches India Model of GM Genocide to Africa, Scott Creighton writes:
But African civil society wants no part of this latest Monsanto aligned ‘public private partnership.’ Whatever will the progressives do now that their flawless hero has teamed up with their most hated nemesis to exploit an entire continent like they did to India not that long ago?

With a commitment of $3 billion, Obama plans to ‘partner up’ with mega-multinationals like Monsanto, Diageo, Dupont, Cargill, Vodafone, Walmart, Pepsico, Prudential, Syngenta International, and Swiss Re because, as one USAID representative says ‘There are things that only companies can do, like building silos for storage and developing seeds and fertilizers.’
Of course, that’s an outrageous lie. Private citizens have been building their own silos for centuries. But it’s true that only the biowreck engineers will foist patented seeds and toxic chemicals on Africa.

Creighton continues:
Bono says that there has to be a ‘public private partnership’ in order to get this done and that they are going to be using the ideas of the African people and farmers. Really? This is what the African farmers say to that…

We request that: – governments, FAO, the G8, the World Bank and the GAFSP reconsider their promotion of Public/Private Partnerships which, as they are now conceived, are not suitable instruments to support the family farms which are the very basis of African food security and sovereignty.’ African Civil Society Organizations

I wonder if that could be any clearer. They don’t WANT the public private partnerships involved in this process…. It’s not enough that huge mega-corporations are bleeding the nations of Africa dry by sucking the valuable mineral resources out of their hills. No. As Bono says about the development in Africa:

‘They’re future consumers for the United States. The president is talking business. This is good. It’s a whole new development paradigm today. The old donor/recipient relationship… it’s over.’
Volatility chimed in:

The history of corporate agriculture and its ‘Green Revolution’ is a perfect example of the unfulfilled promises, and therefore proven lies, of corporatism. What was the Green Revolution? With a huge one-off injection of fossil fuels, and building upon ten thousand years of agronomy, corporate agriculture temporarily increased yields within the monoculture framework.

But, in the Green Revolution, writes Volatility:

Non GMO Heirloom Seed Bank
The soil is stripped of all nutrition and zombified by ever-increasing applications of synthetic fertilizer. Monoculture is ever more dependent on the increasing application of ever more toxic herbicides and pesticides. Deployment of GMOs escalates these vulnerabilities. Factory farms can exist only with ever increasing use of antibiotics. All these systems are extremely tenuous, vulnerable, not robust, not resilient. They’re all guaranteed to collapse. Hermetic monoculture, and industrial agriculture as such, is one big hothouse flower which requires perfect conditions to survive….

[T]he Green Revolution was a scam to use cheap fossil fuels to increase monocrop yield, drive tens of millions off the land, and use the stolen land and food to render food temporarily artificially cheap for Western consumerism.

Like with Monsanto’s Bt cotton deployed in India, at first yields improved and farmers profited. Now, however, according to a leaked Advisory from the Minister of Agriculture obtained by the Hindustan Times last month:

Cotton farmers are in a deep crisis since shifting to Bt cotton…. In fact cost of cotton cultivation has jumped…due to rising costs of pesticides. Total Bt cotton production in the last five years has reduced.

The Advisory definitively links farmer suicides to debt-enslavement enabled by the synthetic food model spawned by Monsanto, Dupont and other ecocidal corporations: “The spate of farmer suicides in 2011-12 has been particularly severe among Bt cotton farmers.”

That’s not all the harm wrought by the petrochemical synthetic ag industry, as this 2012 superweed map by the University of Wisconsin shows:

Over half of US states are now plagued by agrochemically-induced superweeds.  An industry sponsored study of pesticide use predicts that by 2016, nearly a billion pounds of these toxic chemicals will be poured on US soils.

Insects have also developed resistance. As reported last August, “The Western rootworm beetle – one of the most serious threats to corn – has developed resistance to Monsanto’s Bt-corn, and entire crops are being lost.”

In March, two dozen corn entomologists warned regulators that the only way to defeat growing insect resistance to genetically modified corn is to plant non-GMO seed. “Increasing pesticide use or buffer zone size will not solve the growing problem of rootworm resistance to corn genetically modified.”

But if that doesn’t deter African farmers, these petrochemicals have also been linked to human birth defects. Where “Roundup Ready soy is being cultivated on a massive scale,” reports Dr. Mercola, “widespread reports exist of immediate illness defects from massive glyphosate spraying operations.”

In fact, “Monsanto, Philip Morris and other U.S. tobacco giants knowingly poisoned Argentinean tobacco farmers with pesticides,” reports Courthouse News Service, “causing ‘devastating birth defects’ in their children, dozens of workers claim in court.”

The Bt toxin used to engineer cotton and corn also kills human kidney cells, reports Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji, and the drift from aerial application of Roundup prompted the Mississippi Rice Council to sound a national alarm over genetic damage to natural rice, calling for severely restricted aerial application.

Newly emergent pathogens have appeared, reports Dr. Don M. Huber, a plant pathologist who coordinates the Emergent Diseases and Pathogens committee of the American Phytopathological Society, as part of the USDA National Plant Disease Recovery System. Last year, his team discovered a “self-replicating, micro-fungal virus-sized organism which may be causing spontaneous abortions in livestock, sudden death syndrome in Monsanto’s Roundup Ready soy, and wilt in Monsanto’s RR corn.”

Huber’s warning to the USDA to halt GM crop approvals, and specifically, genetically modified alfalfa, was not only ignored, but two months ago, Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack hastened the approval process for genetically engineered crops.

“The new rules will cut the time needed to approve biotech crops in half,” reports Dr. Mercola, “from an average of three years, to about 13 months for new versions of already existing crop technologies, and about 16 months for brand new technologies.”

Obama’s Global Agricultural Development plan conspires with multinational corporations to foist these ecological and human health costs onto the public while siphoning the profits. As Creighton says, “Socialized costs, privatized profits. All in the name doing good and saving the people of Africa.”

Let’s hope these “public/private partnerships” are met with firm resistance by African farmers, as supported by this Declaration from a group of African civil society organizations.  The last thing Planet Earth and all its organisms need is more toxic industrial chemicals.

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Anonymous said...

Bonehead Pox's "charity" work is just a monument to his ego.

Anonymous said...

So....what exactly is Bono's deal? I can't really figure out from various articles why he is supporting all these various causes. Do you think it's the notoriety? Maybe it strokes his ego to talk to all these various elite people? I know he avoids taxes but I think that's a completely separate thing. Maybe he gets money under the table?

Anonymous said...

So he can feel the love from people bashing him for helping when he doesnt need to.

Rady said...

somewhere I read something about him getting paid, but I didn't pull the article and read it in full... I think this might simply be a case of Bono pulling a Robert Wagner, getting paid to be the ad front man.

Some might call it psyops.

Rady said...

Russ, over at Volatility, added this comment:

"... many pieces like this one emphasize how this is intended to be a massive land grab.


The presidents of Ethiopia, Tanzania and Ghana have agreed to policy changes aimed at improving the business climate, Shah said, such as tackling corruption and reforming access to landownership.

The reforms vary by country, Shah said. For example, in Ethiopia, reforms will allow more private-sector access to land and better titling of land, especially for female farmers, who represent more than half the farmers in Africa. Knowing they have legal title to their land could give small farmers the security to invest in upgrading their irrigation systems and soil, Shah said.

Africa’s farmers have the gall to believe they are naturally part of the land and don’t need the artifice of “property”, which they rightly suspect is a trap. The Plan will serve as a pretext to drive millions more off the land and into concentration camps, er, shantytowns, while a newly legible “property” registry provides the legal vehicle for corporate enclosure.

Here’s another piece which has a graphic depicting the corporate Lebensraum plan.


It also puts in perspective Obama’s alleged concern for the women farmers of Africa. Consider this when considering how liberal elites like Obama and Bono want to force them into cash cropping:

Organic farming in Kenya is not about hugging a tree. It’s a simple financial matter. Those who rely on purchased inputs must use their scarce income to buy them. In Thika, where the population is concentrated and land sizes are tiny, many women supplement their farming income with prostitution. The area’s AIDS rate is sky-high, although it has come down from the 37 percent high it reached a decade ago. Poverty breeds AIDS by pushing women into prostitution, but AIDS also breeds poverty, as children are orphaned when their parents die. Some are raised by grandparents, others live in child-headed households. By allowing farmers to keep their money instead of spending it on costly inputs, organic farming gives hope of breaking this cycle. How many fewer women will need to enter prostitution if they can instead make ends meet by farming?"


Anonymous said...

The lesson here as with most celebrities who inject themselves into politics is that 95 percent of the time they are clueless and we should stop giving them airtime.

Skully said...

U2 Bono is a lame ass sell out he sold out YEARS AGO to PETA and the big thing for me as a FORMER U2 fan I actually wanted to take my daughter to see them and then I found out as a fan already and having bought cds I was of course EXPECTED TO PAY TO JOIN THIER FAN CLUB!!

U2 IS A JOKE they lost any talent before Joshua Tree.....

david llewellyn foster said...

US corporate gangsters and Monsanto thugs OUT OF AFRICA

Anonymous said...

When one of the richest men in Ireland is also one of the scruffiest his cultural statements matter far less to us than his earlier great music.
If we drop the 'Bono' and call him Paul Hewson we'd send him a message to go forth and multiply his fortune, as his opinions in our real world are irrelevant. Make music, Paul, not politics.

Rady said...

ah, I never knew his real name... Paul Hewson

spaceshipearth said...

I bet this guy is being led around by his we we, and his ridiculous lifestyle's money demands. I don't want to imagine how deep this clown must have gotten himself in by the looks of this desperate move.

spaceshipearth said...

Most are corruptable. This shows how hard I'm going to have to fight and how much we might want to unify NOW againstt this monster, GMO.

Mark Segall said...

I've never cared for Mr. Hewson as a lyricist, and he's at his worst and weakest when attempting social-poliltical statements. If I met him I guess I'd have to tell him, "I know Phil Ochs and you, sir, are no Phil Ochs."

REM & U2 came along and developed dedicated long-term fans around the same time. I quickly came to consider myself a pro-REM, and anti-U2 type guy. Mr. Hewson & co. always struck me as somewhat phony; Stipe, Buck, Berry as reasonably real. Plus, I generally prefer songs that take some figuring out to ones that "beat you over the head". In my mind, the main purpose of U2's existence was to provide a steady paycheck for their long-time producer, Brian Eno, as his wonderful recordings never sell nearly as well as they deserve to.

The political sentiments I've been able to draw from REM's extensive song catalogue also seem sound, progressive, and, well, intelligent. Guess I prefer the clever & obscure to the simple-minded & obvious.

mothman777 said...

Bono would only need to check out the articles by Mike Adams to know how lethal GM crops are. How could he betray these terribly vulnerable and defenseless people like this? Using organic farming methods, Incorporating the use of basalt rock dust and other mineral rich rock dusts totally defeats any possible argument that GM producers might have.
Rock dusts totally remineralize the soil, making super abundant harvests of extremely nutritious crops, which are also much hardier against climatic problems, pests and diseases, due to their very vigorous growth.
Take into account that chemical farming in conjunction with GM crops will continue to destroy the structure of the soil, leading to erosion of all arable soil within 60 years, whilst it continues to destroy marine life in rivers and estuaries.
Rock dust as fertilizer instead of NPK chemical fertilizer will maintain the physical integrity of the soil and prevent soil being blown away or washed away, something that GM technology can never do. And chemically fed crops are junk anyway. Mike Adams reported that an apple grown today has only 3% of the mineral content of one grown in 1916. Dr Samuel Epstein, two times Nobel laureate, stated that 95% of all human disease is caused by mineral deficiency.
Basalt rock dust puts 100% minerals back into the crops, as nature intended. Rock dust is surely the only way to provide people with food, and never GM crops, which have very sinister side effects of sterilizing animals that eat them, and other horrific side effects, also Mike Adams has revealed how it is now established that RNA transfers from GM plants into the bacteria in our guts, actually altering the function of human organs, thus creating a trans- human species, truly a genie that no one will be able to put back into the bottle.

Anonymous said...

I've been watching Monsanto over the last few years creeping into Africa, and in my country - South Africa. Sadly I've been banned from all their forums on FaceCrook and blocked on their "promotional" videos on youtube - no for foul language, just for posting facts that Monsanto obviously doesn't want sheepil to know. They're already in bed with the SA government, having passed legislature to ban farmers from turning over more than R100 000 on heirloom seeds. The good news is that organic farming is taking off in SA (permaculture, hydroponics etc) and there's a lady in JHB fighting the atrocious labeling laws, one of them being the right to know if a food product is GMO or not. There's a big fight coming, but I'm not enthusiastic that organics will win, because there's too much money on Monsanto's side, and too many "officials" willing to line their pockets.

Rady said...

ah, but money can't defeat our sheer numbers, SA.

If moneyed interests refuse to accede to our demands, we simply tear out their poison crops, or burn them as many Indian farmers did.

See this list of GM crop destructions taken by ordinary people.

Anonymous said...

Some people are naive and belive in the Win-Win scenario. Others like to play with that. It is not possible to combine food and nutritional sovereignty & security AND agri-food-corporations voracity. There is no room for win-win scenario. Bono Vox and other King NGOs (such as WWF, CI, TNC and others) play this game. Are they naive? I am not sure about that.

Unknown said...

Anyone on Monsanto's side does not understand why we have biodiversity in nature. Put all your seed in one kind and you are sliding down the hill of destruction and no food of that kind.

Anonymous said...

Cui Bono? Bono Bono!

Anonymous said...

Bono is a Globalist and at his level it's more likely he really believes in the NWO Agenda , so I doubt he needs to be bribed but Believe it , there is ALWAYS a payoff , whether in future Music deals , book , movies , etc etc bcs these people NEVER make enough money and remember what they give , they can take away , probably their WORST FEAR for " Elite Entertainers"

Anonymous said...

Why not simply give them REAL seeds and food to grow instead of this GMO crap?....I tell you why, because there's no profit in it for them just like the vaccine push on Africa...corporations are ruining the people and the land.

Rady said...

@anon 6/4 10:50. yeah, that seems 2B their plan.

Anonymous said...

When I was doing research into the evil financial manipulators at the Peterson Group, there was a picture of Phono/Bono cavorting with the crooks (in the Peterson Group photo gallery). If you want to know what's coming next, just go to the Peterson Group website. They brag about how they write the bills Congress passes. They have a specially designed bills written in advance so they are always ready to take advantage of problems they create themselves.

Anonymous said...

But Monsanto is our latest food safety czar. Isn't Bono Suppose to support our czars? Or maybe he just owns their stock.

Anonymous said...

Look into the eyes of this psychopatic snake!

Rady said...

one of Obama's (many) lies of his campaign speech was that he wouldn't hire lobbyists into his administration... this infographic by geke.us doesn't even capture all the connections between Monsanto and the fed gov revolving door.

Missing from that terrific graphic is that Obama nominated Elena Kagan to the US Sup. Crt. She's known for defending Monsanto's "right" to grow GM alfalfa when she served as Solicitor General and intervened on a US Sup Crt case (despite scientific confirmation that alfalfa seeds cannot be contained and WILL contaminate natural alfalfa).

It also fails to include Ag Sec'y Tom Vilsack, who was Biotech's Governor of the Year when he served in Iowa.

Now, technically, neither worked as Monsanto "employees" but they certainly worked for Monsanto in their government roles.

The US government is corporate owned, and Monsanto is one of the main players.

Anonymous said...

Dale likes this summation: "The US government is corporate owned,,,"

The simple truth. When the interests of the state and the corporations merge, we have what Mussolini defined as "fascism." The way to merge interests is for the corporations to take over the government. Time to complete the American revolution and create a commonwealth based on equality and democracy.

Anonymous said...

It is really unfortunate that so many of the people who voted for Obama really have no idea how deep his corporate affiliations go. He was supposed to bring Hope and Change...the issue of GMOs is a very real and very important issue that gets swept under the rug come election time.

Rady said...

I'm with you all the way, Dale.

auro said...

Thats so uncool. really loved their music though, pre Joshua.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure he's got money invested in the company.

Rady said...

Monsanto, of course, is not alone; the entire biotech industry is jockeying for market share. Those folks are just too healthy when provided with enough food. Might as well goof with their DNA like they do with ours. But they’re also feeding us nanofoods. Nanotech has married biotech, and that’s what they’re feeding us. Look out, Africa, here they come… watch your fresh milk and cheese get criminalized, like they’ve done to us in half the states.

“Not fit for human consumption”? Are you kidding me? And then Whole Foods warns people who buy their smoothies:

“WARNING: This product has not been pasteurized and, therefore, may contain harmful bacteria that can cause serious illness in children, the elderly and persons with weakened immune systems.” ~ Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market will not label its genetically modified foods, only its “conventionally” grown, aka “chemically grown.” WFM won’t advise you which products contain nanotech, either. But it feels compelled (by whom?) to warn that fresh fruit, vegetable or nut may be harmful because it hasn’t been pasteurized?

Sayer Ji found that on his and his daughter’s servings and wrote:

“Good lord. I can buy genetically engineered (GE) food in this country (which should bear the skull and crossbones), without any label warning me of this fact, but I can’t buy an organic raw juice without being told that it may contain ‘harmful bacteria’ and could cause serious illness in my child because it was not pasteurized????”

As shocked as some may find that, he scores another point:

“Knowing that people have recently been threatened with arrest, or actually arrested in this country for selling raw milk products, made this situation all the more irritating. How can I go down a block to a highly-subsidized fast food joint and order and consume food that I should rightfully be required to wear a Hazmat suite to interact with, and yet they bear no warning stickers?”

And these are the corporations going to Africa.

Anonymous said...

Fuck this asswipe Bono. Just fuck this mother fucker

Johnzoid said...

Is he working Pro Bono?

Anonymous said...

U2 aint shit without Brian Eno.

Anonymous said...

Bono, the person previously known as Paul Hewson is in good company with Obama; both are monumental frauds of the first order. The only person Bono serves with his concern for the poor and starving in the Third World is himself. There are poor, starving people in the Republic of Ireland; you never hear of him talking or campaigning for them.
Musically U2 have been bankrupt since Achtung Baby, probably the reason it still features heavily in their live shows. I used to be a big fan of U2 - not any more!!

Anonymous said...

Bono is a complete fraud.
1. Despite preaching to governments to give tax money to Africa, Bono moved his operations out of Ireland so his taxes would be reduced.
2. Of the 15 million collected by Bono's charity "One" something like only 850,000 went to actually helping people. 8 Million went to executive salaries. Bono said the charity was to education people.
3. Bono created a business in Africa making jewelry to give Africans jobs. When Bono found out he could make more money moving the operations to China, he moved 90% there.
4. Being an elite with privileges, Bono was able to buy in Facebook a year before the IPO, thus earning him 1.5 billion after the IPO. How much do you think he gave to poor Africans?

Bono cares about Bono. The only reason he does these charities is so Bono can make more money. He is a slimy hypocrite POS.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he could write a song about how great Monsanto and their evil buds are, sing it @ concert and watch the crowd turn on him! Now that would be a show I'd be willing to pay for!

@nnie said...

Bono & Gates already have so much African blood on their hands through their participation in the HIV & AID$ scam, surely they don't have room for any more?
We don't need nor want either of them meddling in OUR African affairs.
~KwaZulu Natal~ annie46664 on You Tube.

Anonymous said...

I've never liked his music or his ridiculous sunglasses.

Anonymous said...

Bono, oh, Bono, you have gone from hero to zero in record time. Enjoy all you money at the end of the world.

Anonymous said...

@MarkSegal Yeah REM are a fine band and I like both to be fair. U2's Achtung Baby is better than anything REM have ever come out with and stands as one of the greatest reinvention in rock's history.

transiendreams said...

Yes, it's a 'Land Grab'. Yes, Bono is being paid & Sold Out long ago, numbly & willingly! Yes, it's all about the money, power, prestige & control. Yes, we can fight it, Win It, and HAVE to for the sake of rational sanity and environmental preservation alone!

Is ANYONE Listening??~

Anonymous said...

Bono, Geldof, A. Jolie etc are the worst hypocrits dishonest scams there are! STOP consuming them! They thrive on the misery of others because it makes them feel important and they really are NOT! THEY ARE NOT QUALIFED to anything - but being very lucky!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like he is just another Illuminati puppet pushing the global agenda for them.GMO,chemtrails,fluoride in the water,poisonous chemicals in foods,it's all a form of population control.They make you infertile and sick and you die.They are messing with our DNA because they are scared shitless of our awakening.More power to the Africans.We are all One.

simian said...

African Independence was just a window dressing for recolonizing Africa under a different name.
The following statement couldn't be more true:

Rady said...

Russ, over at Volatility, added this comment:

"... many pieces like this one emphasize how this is intended to be a massive land grab.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's all a scam---that is because you are too...
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Anonymous said...

Gnostic Radio, nice try... BEWARE of these "light worshipping" frauds...

Gnosticism = Luciferianism

They try to sell their bullshit as science, but it's just an ancient cult.

R.C. said...

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Activist Post is where the action is, one of the last truly intrepid sites.

Contemporary treasure.

Anonymous said...

Bono turned from something to nothing in last 15 years. He betrayed everything U2 stood for. But, God took their gift for that, and the last couple of meaningless albums are proof of that. Talking about reinvention, make the album about monstrousity of your new buddies who you sold out or shut up forever!

Anonymous said...

Don't make this out to be a popularity contest between Bono and his detractors. Bono is an intelligent guy, he MUST have a valid (humanitarian) reason for backing this. Let us reason with him. Bono, have you checked this out thoroughly?

wikipedia: The general principle of producing a GMO is to add new genetic material into an organism's genome. This is called genetic engineering and was made possible through the discovery of DNA and the creation of the first recombinant bacteria in 1973; an existing bacterium E. coli expressing an exogenic Salmonella gene.[4] This led to concerns in the scientific community about potential risks from genetic engineering, which were first discussed in depth at the Asilomar Conference in 1975. One of the main recommendations from this meeting was that government oversight of recombinant DNA research should be established until the technology was deemed safe.[5][6] Herbert Boyer then founded the first company to use recombinant DNA technology, Genentech, and in 1978 the company announced creation of an E. coli strain producing the human protein insulin.[7]

In 1986, field tests of bacteria genetically engineered to protect plants from frost damage (ice-minus bacteria) at a small biotechnology company called Advanced Genetic Sciences of Oakland, California, were repeatedly delayed by opponents of biotechnology. In the same year, a proposed field test of a microbe genetically engineered for a pest resistance protein by Monsanto Company was dropped.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, guidance on assessing the safety of genetically engineered plants and food emerged from organizations including the FAO and WHO.[8][9][10][11]

Small-scale experimental plantings of genetically modified (GM) plants began in Canada and the U.S. in the late 1980s. The first approvals for large-scale, commercial cultivation came in the mid 1990s. Since that time, adoption of GM plants by farmers has increased annually.


Anonymous said...

Bono is a Jackass Monsanto SUCKS!

ShootyMcBang said...

If it speaks for the corporation. It is deceitful.

David Stromberg said...

The less Africans born to be Muslims that die of starvation the better.

If I am not politically correct I don't give a fucking damn.

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