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Monsanto’s unchecked power is corrosive to the health of our democracy, our wellbeing and our planet and it must be stopped. As free citizens, it is our right and our duty to protest their unlawful encroachment into the most basic and fundamental aspect of our lives, the food that we eat and the laws that govern our lives.

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モンサントの歯止めがかからないパワーは、我々の民主主義の健全性と、私達の健康と幸せ、そして私達の地球を蝕むものであるので、止めなくてはならない。私達の生活のもっとも基本的で根本的な側面である口にする食べ物と、生活を司る法律への彼らの違法な侵略に抗議するのは、自由な市民としての我々の権利であり義務である。

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