Reply: AG Committee
The place to start is the AG committee. There is a list of these people.......all Democrats.....they just picked up where the Republicans left off.
De Lauro of CT, is the author of HR 875 which is a Monsanto inspired piece of legislation. Her hsuband a consultant to MONSANTO. Guess where she got all the ideas posited in 875? ...
by Marti Oakley (28 articles, 0 quicklinks, 2 diaries, 84 comments [15 recommended]) on Tuesday, Mar 10, 2009 at 1:06:37 PM
There is no Stanley Greenburg in my listing of Monsanto employees Perhaps he is a consultant - I truly don't know.
Nor frankly do I care much. I don't see the relevance. Again, Monsanto has no interest in this bill!
My wife is involved with efforts to improve the lives of women in South Asia. Should Monsanto get credit for this?
by Brad Mitchell (1 fan, 3 articles, 0 quicklinks, 0 diaries, 50 comments [12 recommended]) on Tuesday, Mar 17, 2009 at 5:03:33
Brad is a Director of Public Affairs at Monsanto. Prior to coming to Monsanto, he was with the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources where managed the Department regulatory and environmental programs. Brad has been working in agriculture for fifteen years. Aside from his work in the US, he worked on projects in India, Nepal and El Salvador. He has a particular interest in the relationship between agriculture and nutrition.
"There is no Stanley Greenburg in my listing of Monsanto employees Perhaps he is a consultant - I truly don't know."
Stanley Greenberg is not listed as an "employee" but he works for Monsanto nonetheless, and in a major capacity. His PR company helps plan globalization moves for corporations, claims Monsanto as a "progressive client," takes credit for helping elect presidents, and for helping them govern. Did Greenberg's firm help get Obama to put their client Monsanto's people in at FDA, USDA, USAID, trade and give them influence at the EPA and promote Monsanto's plans to control all US food with S 510?
"Nor frankly do I care much. I don't see the relevance. Again, Monsanto has no interest in this bill!"
A Monsanto VP and lawyer designed the food safety bills, is the Food Safety Czar at the FDA now, where his "food safety division is attempting in court to remove Americans's rights to food and health, is expected to run the agency it would set up, and would have police state power over everyone in the US who "holds" food (unlimited "remedies," no Congressional oversight, and no judicial review over even the validity and appropriateness of his orders if this or a similar section is poured into S 510. Monsanto would control all food in the US and all people.
That depends on what she is doing to "improve the lives of women in South Asia." In India, Monsanto is claiming to liberate farm women when, in fact, Monsanto's Bt cotton has "liberated" them via the suicides of their husbands.