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White House Blocking Release of Monsanto-Linked Lobbyist’s Email

February 23, 2012
Madison Ruppert, The Intel Hub
2/22/2012

The Obama administration is now blocking a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by an environmental group, Public Employees for Environment Responsibility (PEER), which is attempting to uncover Obama’s connections to Monsanto-linked lobbyists.

Keep in mind, Monsanto’s products have been linked to some horrific effects on biological systems like the human body, not the least of which is creating necrosis and significant mutations in critical cell types.

Also quite noteworthy is the fact that Monsanto was actually recently found guilty of chemical poisoning in the case of a French farmer.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. February 25, 2012 5:55 pm

    Given the case as presented I would say proceed but would try one additional attempt and that it to contact Obama directly on this.
    I am saying this because we had to fight Hillary Party “insiders” from the day Obama was elected. I say Hillary because of their constant effort to undermine Obama and bring Hillary back. You see this effort from State Department self appointed decision makers which is easy to
    follow because it hit the papers. Obama does not think an open party fight, given the nature of the Republicans and the fact they often agree with those insiders. nothing positive will come of it. If you want to succeed find out quietly who is the insider’s contact for these lobbies. Do you home work without headline until you are ready.

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