martes, 21 de junio de 2011

After being arrested twice dedicated activists tie themselves to tractors to stop plantings of GM potatoes

When petitions, protests, and even sit-ins were not enough to stop the biotechnology giant BASF from planting its genetically-modified Amflora potato in Sweden, Greenpeace activists there "walked their talk," so to speak, by literally tying themselves to the tractor plows that were about to be used to spread the GM seeds throughout fields.As we recently reported here on NaturalNews, an initial group of activists, for the second year in a row, had been blocking the entrance to the BASF warehouse near the field where Amflora was to be planted, that is until police came and arrested them .Now,...

Source:
http://healthyken.com/2011/06/after-being-arrested-twice-dedicated-activists-tie-themselves-to-tractors-to-stop-plantings-of-gm-potatoes.html