Joy Gardner
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I started out thinking I was too busy to go on a march. I actually had other plans and I was going to be out-of-town.

But then I was fasting, and I was in a very clear, clean spiritual place, and I was receiving messages from Spirit—very specific messages—about where to direct my energy, and this march came into my awareness.

First I was shown the structure of soil and how utterly different organic soil is from soil that has been treated with Round Up. And then I was told that the march is important because it will bring awareness to people. That truly Monsanto is the enemy of life, and that’s all there is to it.

We need to identify who the enemy is; where the dark forces are. And we need to bring them out into the light and expose them and stand up for what is right.

If you’re not already aware of who Monsanto is, then take a little time out of your busy lives (and by the way, they want you to be busy, so that you wont take the time to learn about who they are) and go to Wikipedia and read about the history of Monsanto.

If ever there was an enemy to focus on, this is the one. The people who want to take away our seeds and control our food – the people who are responsible for creating Agent Orange and then put it in munitions and allowed our solidiers to be contaminated with it – even did experiments with spraying it on our soldt’iers. The people who originally manufactured DDT and PCBs and NutraSweet and who are now responsible for contaminating our milk with bovine growth hormone. Not to mention their role in developing nuclear weapons.

I also want to say something to the people who have disabilities, who said that they will not be in the march for that reason. If you have a wheelchair (and even if you don’t, we can probably find some), I have no doubt that we can find people who will wheel your chair and help you with transportation. Your presence in a march of this nature will be ten times or a hundred times more impressive than the presence of an able-bodied person, precisely because it will be so obvious that it was not easy for you to come.

Also in Wikiipedia you can learn that on May 25, 2013, there was a worldwide march against Monsanto and GMOs. Protesters in 436 cities and 52 countries, numbering at least in the hundreds of thousands and possibly two million, participated in the marches. Let’s make it even bigger this time.

Oh, and by the way, when I bothered to look at the list of cities at I was amazed to discover that there will be a march just down the street from where I’ll be staying.

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