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Grassroots: After GMO Labeling Shot Down, Citizens Start Labeling Themselves

Activists and concerned citizens around the world have had enough with corrupt corporations censoring their right to know what’s in their food, and frankly they’re beyond upset. And if the government will not side with the 90 plus percentage of consumers who are in favor of GMO labeling, then they’re going to do it themselves.

As it turns out, many are doing just that through the ‘DIY’ GMO labeling campaign known as ‘The Label It Yourself Campaign’. Sporting a skull with cornstalks for crossbones, the DIY labels inform customers as to whether or not a product ‘may’ include GMO ingredients or most certainly does.

Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/gmo-labeling-shot-down-citizens-la...



Report says Anti-GM Bill defeated by election fraud; 3,000,000 votes allegedly not counted: http://www.stuartwilde.com/2012/11/anti-gm-hijacked/

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Is this a form of peaceful

Is this a form of peaceful resistance or protest? You know there will be many here, including myself, who will question the destruction or vandalism of private property...on the other hand the Boston Tea Party wasn't exactly non destructive and sent a strong message about what the people wanted to see on their product packaging.

It's because those taking

It's because those taking part in the Boston Tea Party knew the difference between monopolistic and privileged property ownership of big business and private property within a free market. The biotech industry(mainly Monsanto) is even worse in this case. Trying to blur the lines between property and real private property is a mistake.


Yes. This is a form of peaceful resistance and protest. I hope to God you're not insinuating that the Boston Tea Party was less destructive than sticking stickers on packages. Dude, I think your comment is way out there man, pretty far out...

adam t

vandalism is not good

I don't think people should stick these on someone else's property, like in a grocery store or something. But it would be fun to use them at the home of family or friends who you know wouldn't get upset about it. Or maybe put these on your own stuff if you ended up with GMO food somehow and wanted to donate it to people who don't care about GMO's.


I'm depressed now.

adam t