Anonymous Message to Monsanto: We fight for farmers!

To the free-thinking citizens of the world:

Anonymous stands with the farmers and food organizations denouncing the practices of Monsanto. We applaud the bravery of the organizations and citizens who are standing up to Monsanto, and we stand united with you against this oppressive corporate abuse.

Monsanto is contaminating the world with chemicals and genetically modified food crops for profit while claiming to feed the hungry and protect the environment. Anonymous is everyone, Anyone who can not stand for injustice and decides to do something about it, We are all over the Earth and here to stay.

To Monsanto, we demand you STOP the following:

– Contaminating the global food chain with GMO’s.
– Intimidating small farmers with bullying and lawsuits.
– Propagating the use of destructive pesticides and herbicides across the globe.
– Using “Terminator Technology”, which renders plants sterile.
– Attempting to hijack UN climate change negotiations for your own fiscal benefit.
– Reducing farmland to desert through monoculture and the use of synthetic fertilizers.
– Inspiring suicides of hundreds of thousands of Indian farmers.
– Causing birth defects by continuing to produce the pesticide “Round-up”
– Attempting to bribe foriegn officials
– Infiltrating anti-GMO groups

*there are links at the bottom corresponding with each of the above.

Monsanto, these crimes will not go unpunished. Anonymous will not spare you nor anyone in support of your oppressive illegal business practices.

AGRA, a great example:

In 2006, AGRA, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, was established with funding from Bill Gates and The Rockefeller Foundation.

Among the other founding members of, AGRA, we find: Monsanto, Novartis, Sanofi-Aventis, GlaxoSmithKline, Procter and Gamble, Merck, Mosaic, Pfizer, Sumitomo Chemical and Yara. The fact that these corporations are either chemical or pharmaceutical manufacturers is no coincidence.

The people of the world see you, Monsanto. Anonymous sees you.

Seeds of Opportunism:

Climate change offers these businesses a perfect excuse to prey on the poorest countries by swooping in to “rescue” the farmers and people with their GMO crops and chemical pesticides. These corporations eradicate the traditional ways of the country’s agriculture for the sake of enormous profits.

The introduction of GMOs drastically affects a local farmers income, as the price of chemicals required for GMOs and seeds from Monsanto cripples the farmer’s meager profit margins.

There are even many cases of Monsanto suing small farmers after pollen from their GMO crops accidentally cross with the farmer’s crops. Because Monsanto has a patent on their brand of seed, they claim the farmer is in violation of patent laws.

These disgusting and inhumane practices will not be tolerated.

Anonymous urges all concerned citizens to stand up for these farmers, stand up for the future of your own food. Protest, organize, spread info to your friends!


We are Anonymous
We are legion
We do not forgive
We do not forget
Expect us

– Bullying of farmers:…

– Infiltration of anti-GMO groups:

– Bribery: (Indonesia) (Canada)

– Destruction of soil, air quality, groundwater contamination, deforestation:…

Birth defects caused by Monsanto chemicals:…

– Farmer suicides in India:…


ITALIANO: ALL INFO ON MONSANTO (site vulnz, IPs, dirt on the corporation, past history of opmonsanto, etc etc) :

What is the Plan?

OPERATION: ONSLAUGHT (July 30th 2011 Nightfall and 9PM EST)

19 responses to “Anonymous Message to Monsanto: We fight for farmers!

  1. yes yes yes!!!!!!!! i think i’ve died & gone to heaven!

  2. finally! someone to defend us against monsanto! all living things shall flourish again!

  3. I believe Pandora’s box has been opened and the damage is done; however, this IS good news!

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  5. Don’t know, don’t care, who anonymous is, but I felt a heartsurge when I read this. Shared it on facebook. This makes me very excited!!!!!

  6. I’m in line with the rest of you…I feel like Anon is our long awaited Defender! Yes, evesdaugher, a heartsurge is a good way to describe it. GO ANON!

  7. Isn’t it ironic that Monsanto and other for-profit corporations seem sooo powerful–yet the people running them have no power without hiding behind a mysterious corporate “entity.”–legal lingo—words designed to protect their true identities while they sneak policies into government, which no citizen ever voted for.

    Journalists, lawyers and special interest groups need to start reporting on the individuals behind the sheltered walls of these corporations. What are their individual histories and affiliations? The shame is on all of us if we choose to keep spending our dollars on what these pampered bullies produce and push.

  8. The European Union and the United States have strong disagreements over the EU’s regulation of genetically modified food. The US claims these regulations violate free trade agreements, the EU counter-position is that free trade is not truly free without informed consent.

  9. sounds like a lot of talk to me without a lot of substance or an action plan… and ginaann, don’t you find it ironic that you are talking about corporate individuals hiding behind sheltered walls. the name of this message is Anonymous. who’s hiding…

    I personally think it is great that these big corporations are concerned about world hunger and improving technology in order to feed the millions of people that go hungry every day while we here in America sit at our computers sipping our clean water and enjoying whatever lunch we chose from the frig or snack machine that day. We can’t go back now. We have destroyed so much of our environment already. We can’t sustain the pace at which we are populating our world. These big corporations and their leaders are not just worried about their bottom lines.

    • AM, Yes, I adore the poetic irony of Anonymous mirroring the very fear-mongering insidious methods used by corporations. It’s exquisite. The gig is up. Corporations are not God after all.

      Let’s quit talking about corporations as people who “care.” I worked in too many of them and I know too well what happens, even to the good people who work in the lower ranks who look the other way to keep their 401K. Everything becomes about bottom lines at the cost of human lives. (And don’t include me in the Americans who sit comfortably at computers sipping bottled water from toxic plastic, while they are stupid enough to eat from vending machines and take pharmaceutical cocktails all prepared by “corporations.” Believe me, Americans are not comfortable–they are slowly dying and brainwashed by the lies of Big-Marketing.)

      The real problem is that people actually believe in corporations like gods who are the only saviors of human existence. That alone should give you pause. Do you really believe that this complex organism of a planet, with its infinite unique micro-ecosystems spanning the globe, can only feed people through the methods of a few corporations? What people like you sadly need to realize is that holistic, sustainable, biodiverse growing models produce MANY times more nutrient-dense food to sustain us all many times over. And what you also don’t seem to want to swallow is that the very corporations you bow to are killing farmers, wiping out precious soil systems and causing unnecessary starvation all over the world — in the name of profit. But they hide behind language–and call it saving the world.

      Your good will seems sincere, but your misinformed mission only feeds these sheltered criminals who could care less if you or me die. In fact, that’s what they want.

    • “I personally think it is great that these big corporations are concerned about world hunger and improving technology in order to feed the millions of people that go hungry every day…”

      what hogwash.

      I’ll tell you what, let’s start forcing the richest families to live in the toxic environments they created in order to gain their wealth; let’s force them to eat the GMOs and pesticide laden foods they make so much money on; let’s redistribute their wealth so that those who actually make things are the ones with the most money; and, finally, let’s vaccinate their children into autism oblivion and take away their health care benefits which they are so fond of denying to those who have health insurance.

      After we’ve done that and they’ve all died… then we move on to the next richest segment of society and repeat it.

      revolution, baby, revolution

  10. The fact is that even at present the world has enough food to feed these 800
    million hungry mouths. If the food that is currently available is to be
    evenly distributed among the 6.4 billion people on the planet (providing
    each individual with a minimum intake of 2,500 calories), there would still
    be a surplus left for 800 million people. The problem, therefore, is not of
    production but clearly of access and distribution. It involves more of
    politics than technology, with biotechnology having virtually no role to

  11. As a special expert on social engineering, corporatist rhetoric, and Newspeak mind play, I must address AM directly witht he fact that the text, and the underlying subtext of your post fits perfectly the profile of a corporatist toady, a plant, a shill if you will.
    The MO , as is said “fits all the hallmarks of”…etc etc etc…

    You like many naive citizens have little idea of how easy and simple it is to become a target of opportunity for such goonery. One can be totally innocent of any real crime and still be wound into one of these deadly theatrical games. That is one of the points of tension in a police state.
    At some point it sinks in that when the law is out of bounds, just being at the wrong place at the wrong time can be a life changing experience.

    If you really believe that because you are “on their side,” that you are actually under some sort of special protection? This is foolish, they eat their own everyday. They have millions of usefull idiots to draft into web drone activity such as you are involved in.

    You should, for your own illumination, try to grasp some of the critiques of your commentary, and get a handle on what it is that is obvious to us, but that you are clearly missing.

    Being on the wrong side of history means to be on the side that falls into the abyss.
    You have been advised. It is now on record. This is the Book Of Life you bare your soul to.

  12. I am saying to you here it is you that have to change things and not count on a group who may or may not be helping. Anon usually hacks website and if they get data they post it to the web. They may not be large in number anyhow. I don’t know that fact.

    I do know this if you google a resource based economy you will find the solutions needed for what is going on now.

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  14. Our Government is responsible for Monsanto … our government is the one who tells the farmers to buy these seeds from Monsanto … Our government is the one who gives Monsanto millions of dollars to kill us…

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