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Monsanto, lied to D.o.D. in VietNam and swore that "Agent Orange" would only kill vines. The tiger hasn't changed his stripes. Monsanto's goal is to control the food supply in (at minimum) the U.S. He who forgets his history? ....

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04 February 2013 | 16h18

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