How To Attack the Monsanto Beast And Win by JON RAPPAPORT
(November 14, 2013) Criticize the moneymen who want GMO labeling: you get silence
That's what I've been doing for quite some time. And that's what I get. Silence. Apparently they don't want to argue for their position.
What is their position? Run ballot initiatives saying: "You have a right to know what's in your food." Period. End of story.
But don't attack Monsanto in ads. Don't say Roundup is poison and causes serious illness. Don't say Monsanto genes inserted in food crops are unhealthy. Don't say US growing fields are being overrun and destroyed by superweeds as a result of their immunity to Roundup.
Don't say Monsanto is treating farmers like slaves. Don't say Monsanto has been buying up food-seed companies to form a stranglehold on the food supply.
Don't attack Monsanto in ads.
Don't show a farmer in an ad who is outraged at Monsanto.
Don't inflame the voting public.
Do these money men want to win? Do they? Do they have the stomach for a fight?