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HOAX: If you think Monsanto just patented GMO pot, you might be smoking crack


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(NaturalNews) There's a viral meme running around the 'net today that says Monsanto just patented GMO pot. I looked into it, and this turns out to be a hoax started by a parody website. (You gotta love 'em.)

What makes this hoax so viral is that it seems like precisely the kind of thing Monsanto might really do: Take over the legalized pot market with its own monopoly seeds and strains, all while engineering toxins in the GMO pot that would damage the brains of those who smoke it. Can you imagine the brain damage that would be caused by inhaling glyphosate chemicals sprayed on Roundup-Ready marijuana?

According to Monsanto itself, however, the GMO pot rumor is nothing but a rumor. Then again, Monsanto also claims on its own "hoaxes" page that GMO foods are 100% safe and healthy, so it's hard to trust anything this company says. I'm pretty sure their entire P.R. department has to smoke crack just to show up at work each day and collect a paycheck from the world's most evil corporation.

But there is one interesting link between marijuana and Monsanto that is true. According to Mint Press News:

Monsanto and marijuana do have one other, real connection: Fezisa Mdibi, writing for Africa's Mail & Guardian, reported last month that police in South Africa used Kilo Max -- an herbicide based on glyphosate, the chemical Monsanto developed for use in Roundup -- to destroy cannabis fields grown by traditional farmers, who call the plant "dagga."

Nearby villages found their "maize fields destroyed and people complaining about falling ill" after police sprayed Kilo Max.

Mounting evidence suggests glyphosate can be linked to cancer, including a recent study by the World Health Organization.


I'm posting this story because when it comes to reporting on Monsanto, we strive to get all the facts straight: NO, Monsanto hasn't patented GM pot. But YES, Monsanto is the world's most evil corporation engaged in the widespread poisoning of humanity, the destruction of the world's agricultural soils and the collapse of global seed diversity.

All that's completely true, and if it gives you a headache to ponder, you may want to toke on a non-GMO dooby passed on the left-hand side.

For the record, I don't personally smoke weed, and I don't advocate smoking weed, but I also think the failed war on drugs was a complete fiasco, and I'm totally opposed to the government criminalization of any natural plant. If people want to smoke weed in their own homes, that's their own business. In my book, this falls under the same category as Caitlyn Jenner: Whatever she wants to do with her own life is her business, not mine. Hence, I'm one of the very few people who consistently supports individual liberty and the right to choose your own lifestyle and habits.

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