Prayer is ActivismSubmitted by Katherine on Tue, 08/30/2011 - 07:26
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A growing area of concern is corrupt behavior on the part of
multi-national corporations. Watchdogs are pointing out the current initiative by Monsanto (a world-wide seed corporation engaged in genetic modification of foods) which now seems to be engaging in the purchase of seed companies all over the world in an apparent effort to control the seed market in order to push their GMO seeds. Another example of corporate corruption is apparent efforts by BP to avoid responsibility for continued pollution on the Gulf coast. Join us as we uplift people everywhere to a higher consciousness of corporate behavior, especially those working within the nationwide media and local governments who seem to be downplaying these problems because of economic interests.
Edit: Another example of corporate corruption is the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. There are two basic problems with this proposed hazardous and unnecessary pipeline. One, they want to run a 1,700-mile pipe and they're going to run it through some of the most sensitive land in this country: The Ogallala Aquifer (which provides drinking water for 20 million people) in the middle of the country. The second problem may be the bigger issue. Even if you can get all that oil to Texas without spilling it, what you've done is open up a huge pipeline into the second-largest pool of carbon on Earth, after the Saudi oil fields. Leading scientists say if oil companies tap this huge pool of tar sands in a big way, "It is essentially game over for the climate."