Argentine farmers dismantle Monsanto facility in act of defiance, refuse to continue being poisoned

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Julie Wilson
Wednesday, August 17, 2016

A coalition of farmers, activists and citizens has successfully stopped the expansion of a Monsanto seed facility in Malvinas, Argentina. Tired of being poisoned by GMOs, the activists managed to stop construction of the plant by descending on the property in masses and refusing to leave.

“Residents of an Argentinian town have forced one of Monsanto’s half-completed GMO seed plants to be dismantled,” says Christina Sarich, writing for the Underground Reporter.

“Activists have been marching, petitioning, and talking to the government as well as Monsanto for three years now to urge them to disallow the company’s latest expansion — a multi-million dollar, genetically modified seed plant.”

Activists create blockade preventing construction of GMO facility

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