"While the film makers of Santo Movie were researching for the film, they came across a little known fact that should be sweeping the internet and informing farmers across America and other countries facing territorial Monsanto.
Even though the Monsanto protection act is in place and even though Monsanto is known for it’s brutal attack of patent infringement, typically leading toexpensive court battles for farmers and ultimately the demise of the heritage built for those farmers who cannot afford the legal battle, there is a glimmer of hope that has been discovered.
The shining light is simple and vastly overlooked.
If the farmers across America simply test any plants that could be cross contaminated on their organic or natural farms from Monsanto GM, that farmer can demand Monsanto to remove those contaminated plants from their property BEFORE Monsanto ever tries to sue them for the said infringement.
If Monsanto refuses, and demands the farmer to not touch those plants, under jurisdiction of patent rights, the farmer can exorcise it’s right to tell Monsanto their plants are on the farmers property and therefore trespasses.
Then the farmer can remove the plants and send Monsanto the bill.
If Monsanto refuses the bill, the farmer can file a small claims court case for the amount of removal and thus get paid from Monsanto and avoid the dreaded notorious gag order not to ever talk about their settlement that almost inevitably comes with any agreement Monsanto makes with farmers.
While this might seem simple enough, it is a fact that not many farmers even know they have this recourse.
Please help spread the word and help this go viral.
Sometimes it is artists such as these film makers who discover the innocent weapons that can bring the war to a halt.
We applaud Santo movie for this poignant surprise against Monsanto.
Knowledge in this case truly is the powerful weapon.”
I wish Tumblr had a “I feel your pain” button
because I feel terrible whenever I “like” one of your sad text posts
and it looks like I enjoy watching you suffer
because I don’t
I really don’t
Don’t wish death upon your enemies wish for them to have this for the rest of their life
Oh, that is beautifully cruel.