Chemical warfare: the State of Hawaii vs. the people

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Chemical warfare: the State of Hawaii vs. the people

by Jon Rappoport

November 25, 2014

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Barry Kurren is the federal judge overseeing Monsanto’s lawsuit against the county of Maui.

Monsanto sued, after the people of Maui dared to say no. After they voted to stop new Monsanto/Dow GMO development on the Island.

This is the same Judge Barry Kurren who ruled against the people of Kauai in a similar case.

As the New York Times put it (8/26/14): “A federal judge in Hawaii has struck down a local ordinance that would have restricted or regulated the use of pesticides and genetically modified crops on the island of Kauai, saying the measure was pre-empted by state law.

“United States Magistrate Judge Barry M. Kurren wrote in one of his two related decisions…‘The court’s ruling simply recognizes that the State of Hawaii has established a comprehensive framework for addressing the application…

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One Response to “Chemical warfare: the State of Hawaii vs. the people”

  1. Jon’s concluding remarks are hilarious! 😀

    I’m all for labeling GMOs—only my label would be different. It would read, in very large letters: “This food product is from Monsanto. They fiddled and diddled with it. They made sure it was sprayed with poison. Do you want to ingest it? Are you sure? Check your head. Are you completely crazy? Suicidal? Did you know Monsanto is subjecting the people of Hawaii to chemical warfare?”

    That’s a nice label. It would improve my “shopping experience.”

    Dear Judge Kurren: which jurisdictional government entity would approve my label?

    Jon Rappoport

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