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Beware of 'Monsanto collaborators' website: it may be a trap to discredit anti-GMO activists and skeptics

Monsanto Collaborators

(NaturalNews) After analyzing the Monsanto Collaborators website for the last day or so, I've come to the conclusion there is a very high likelihood this site has been launched by the biotech industry to serve as a trap for GMO skeptics.

The site, which names what it calls "Monsanto collaborators," was launched immediately after my own article went live describing GMOs as a Nazi-style holocaust. (The Holocaust killed 6 million people, and GMOs are already blamed for hundreds of thousands of suicides in India, with the number growing by the hour. The future death from GMOs may reach 100 million or more...)

Since then, the Monsanto Collaborators website has started naming all sorts of journalists it describes as "Monsanto collaborators," including people I've never even heard of.

And then, just hours later, biotech shills began running carefully-prepared press releases which falsely stated that anti-GMO activists were now somehow calling for the killing of GMO scientists.

It's blatantly obvious this was all planned in advance: False Flag?

All this is just too carefully orchestrated. Whoever issued the press releases characterizing GMO skeptics as murderers clearly has been running this social engineering operation from the start. All they have to do now is wait for the entire community of GMO skeptics to be baited into endorsing this mysterious website, and then the GMO shills running it will post some sort of call to action that demands the murder of everyone listed there, perhaps venturing into militant threats of extreme violence.

In one fell swoop, they can paint the entire GMO skeptics movement as violent murderers when, in reality, GMO skeptics are people who love and honor life and who wish to protect the environment, protect seeds and plants, and protect their own health from the devastating effects of GMOs.

Even the GMO advocates may have no real knowledge of what's really going on

It's also very likely that only the most radical branch of the biotech operatives are running this, and other GMO writers or scientists likely have no awareness of the true depth of the subterfuge taking place.

There does exist a violent radical branch of the biotech industry, by the way, that plots and carries out all sorts of nefarious activities such as death threats, intimidation tactics, attempted blackmail and much more. MonsantoCollaborators.org just looks like their latest attempt to sucker everybody in so they can pull the trigger. The very fact that I am publicly calling out this site as a possible trap now places my own life at risk, by the way, and there's no telling how many other false flag attempts they are likely to make in order to carry out their schemes.

For this reason, I am recommending that people do NOT link to MonsantoCollaborators.org until more can be determined about its origins and intent. So far, the site is just a list of names and a few articles. There's not really much there. But it's easy to see how this could be part of a bait-and-switch (false flag) tactic to try to discredit the community of GMO skeptics.

I have always called for non-violence

As far as my own beliefs go, I do think it's a great idea to document the names of all those who are contributing to what may soon because a GMO "holocaust" resulting in widespread death and destruction.

The historical record needs to know who promoted it and looked the other way while the "seeds of destruction" were sown. I wholeheartedly agree with the need for historical accuracy on all this as well as the need to charge these collaborators with crimes against humanity once enough evidence has been gathered against them. Everyone deserves their day in court, however, and vigilante justice only leads to chaos.

I'm a very strong believer in the rule of law and due process, even for people who have been accused of heinous crimes against humanity that rival those of Nazi collaborators.

In fact, in my own article on all this I wrote, "For the record, in no way do I condone vigilante violence against anyone, and I believe every condemned criminal deserves a fair trial and a punishment that fits the crime. Do not misinterpret this article as any sort of call for violence, as I wholly disavow any such actions. I am a person who demands due process under the law for all those accused of crimes."

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