When a hashtag on Twitter unites Alex Jones fans and Occupiers Just turn around and walk away..Slowly.—
S.M (@redsteeze) May 25, 2013
It’s not just Occupiers and Alex Jones fans uniting for #MarchAgainstMonsanto. Hollyweird enviro-nannies are more than happy join forces with conspiracy kook Jones to “occupy the food supply” and promote their crusade against agricultural biotech giant Monsanto, a leading producer of genetically engineered seeds and herbicides.
Genetically-modified crops make food cheaper and more plentiful. But try telling that to actress Eliza Dushku and her anti-GMO pals in the entertainment industry. Dushku retweeted Jones’ tweet promoting the May 25 demonstrations.
Think we’re going to pass up a chance to embed the “Alex ‘Hyperbole’ Jones” video? It’s like you don’t know us at all!
The #MarchAgainstMonsanto stream is chock full o’ breathless tweets and retweets from anti-GMO activists, Occupiers (worst farmers ever) and celebs like Mark Ruffalo, Roseanne Barr and Stuart Townsend.
I will be at the March against Monsanto in Downtown LA tomorrow. 11am. Come!—
stuart townsend (@Stu_Townsend) May 25, 2013
They’re all about “choice,” unless you want to choose to consume (or avoid) genetically-modified food.
Because GMOs are the new slavery. Or something.
Bill Maher, Danny DeVito, Dave Matthews and others recorded this propaganda video about “Frankenfoods.”