Several months ago, the Babes Against Biotech ventured from their concrete farm in Waikiki to wreak some havoc on the Big Island. They had to spread their aloha there for A’ole Margaret Wille’s Bill 79. While there, they met up with Roseanne Barr who made some pretty hateful statements about GMO crops. This was a meme featured on the Babes Against Biotech page after the testimony was given:
Not only did she encourage crop burning but she also spread a lot of vile accusations of GMO poisoning and even had followers promoting more crop burning:
There was even a response by my dad in the Truth about Trade and Technology calling this kind of tactic out. Pretty disgusting what this A’ole Aloha actress could do about this entire issue. It is pretty clear what these activist groups want because it’s written all over the place. There is not hiding what their agenda is, especially on their Twitter feeds:
So when this latest incident of papaya destruction occurred in Puna several days ago, no one can deny that it may have a high likelihood of agroterrorism since that has been the talk all over the social media for the past year. I’ve seen it all over various A’ole GMO pages. Some A’oles even have the gall to promote crop destruction on the Star Advertiser Facebook article (note another ignoramus “likes” it too):
So why not ask them to help solve a mystery. This is what I posted on several A’ole GMO pages:
I suspect that most of of the posts were removed from these walls or ignored but I did get a response to it today:
Of course they had to add their A’ole GMO issue with crop contamination and corporate hate and that they actually support an exemption of papayas??? And then to mention a rumor that the papaya farmer did this himself to collect insurance is yet another odd comment. Funny how they smother the love and no hostility comments too. That they claim to support farmers is a joke because what else do they demand? A label that would actually harm the small farmers who use this technology. I had to respond back to this person with:
She then came out with this reply:
It is not surprising at all that they keep recycling the same old anti-corporation hate, Agent Orange, and so on. I wish these women would research their stuff a bit more because to me, it makes women look bad and not smart. My reply to her was:
And I, being the science supporter that I am, was compelled to put include some factual information as well. They of course deleted the chart that shows some of the organic pesticides used and its toxicity to bees. I reposted it on there as such:
And before you know it, when you hit them with facts that they don’t like, you get a ban. Here’s their reply to me that got sent to my email:
It is quite funny that they think I am spreading biotech propaganda when the source is clearly not from the biotech industry at all rather from the Xerces Society. This is a nonprofit dedicated to looking at how to save the pollinators. Shouldn’t A’oles love that kind of group? I guess not. It just goes to show that A’oles do not read anything outside of anti-GMO propaganda and when faced with facts, they duck or run! These honeys show you exactly what they are made of!
- The Babes Against Biotech Honeys (nogmomeansnoaloha.com)
- Ecoterrorism? GMO Papaya Trees Cut Down on Big Island (civilbeat.com)
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I’ve been banned too! It’s like a science award.