Comments on: Monsanto in Paradise: How to Stop Big-Ag From Destroying Hawaii Entering a Time of Natural Health, Elevated Consciousness, Sustainable Living and Total Freedom. Wed, 16 Apr 2014 19:40:03 +0000 hourly 1 By: tony rohl Thu, 02 Jan 2014 19:42:18 +0000 The reality is that the farm isn’t testing gmo corn. That takes place on the mainland. The corn grown in Hawaii is merely raised and harvested for distribution to interested growers worldwide and the reason for growing corn in Hawaii is that there are 3 growing seasons as opposed to one on the mainland

By: leon Mon, 15 Oct 2012 20:17:07 +0000 My question is this…if Hawaii has recently taken back it’s land and become the Hawaiian republic once again, separate from the US, they can opt out of the UN and other world orgs and kick Monsanto out! So why aren’t they? They are once again their own government and can make the changes within if they so choose!

By: Edward Durney Tue, 10 Jul 2012 06:09:07 +0000 Mr Dylan Charles
Just to let you know that your Senators Akaka and Inooye Plus
Mazie Hirono and Colleen Hanabusa are on Monsantos pay roll so you have a very small to no chance to get rid of Monsanto,Dow,Pioneer,
Basf and Syngenta Thru petitions or Courts on Monsanto payroll at my last count is 1,380,000 an counting that I know of.I can do the job of getting Monsanto and Partners out of Hawaii but their brain
will be scrambled they will not be able to put 2+2=4 together again
The cost will be $250,000 Into my account Take down 500 personal.

By: Jack and Jeri Sat, 07 Jul 2012 03:01:05 +0000 Jeri and I grew up in Hawaii and left 38 years ago. We knew that the old Hawaii,Jeri is part Hawaiian,and had a special place in our hearts was changing over the years under the influence of mainland money and greed. We never imagined that it would be poisoned. Hawaii was at least in some parts one of the most pristine places on Earth. It is time for the people of Hawaii to take their home back.