Oprah has a house on Monsanto-pesticide-poison Maui
by Jon Rappoport
December 1, 2014
“I love, love, love my house,” she says. “It’s a gem, so sweet and exquisite. Such a real, normal house. It feels like a nice blanket. A lovely and soft cashmere one.” (Daily Caller, 1/6/14, “Michelle Obama spending extended vacation at Oprah’s Maui home”)
Michelle Obama spent a few days there with Oprah in January. Michelle, of the organic gardens and healthy food.
The two Os don’t seem to be aware (or care) that Monsanto and Dow, every day, are pumping “restricted use” (highly toxic) pesticides into the air on Maui, or that voters recently blocked further GMO/pesticide experiments on the Island—only to have Monsanto and Dow sue them, saying they have no right to live healthy lives.
President Obama and Michelle have vacationed at another house on Maui as well.
Let’s see. What other famous people have homes on Monsanto/Dow’s poison factory called Maui?
Shane Victorino (MLB outfielder).
Chris Berman (ESPN).
In addition to her house, Oprah also owns 63 acres of land on the Island.
I’m going to take a wild guess: these people didn’t move to Maui for the express purpose of breathing the pesticides.
Somebody might want to tap the celebs on the shoulder and mention what is going on under and inside their noses.
Maui is one of Monsanto/Dow’s chief research centers, because it has four growing seasons. These corporations use (own) the Island to develop new GMO seeds and new chemicals for spraying GMO crops.
It’s not a little deal. It’s a big deal.
Informed, the famous stars might have a few things to say. And the press might cover it.
“Make my day, Monsanto.”
—Instead of just strolling through the land and pretending it’s still paradise.