Category Archive: Rappoport Reports

Investigative Journalism from Jon Rappoport

Nov 27

“Official records show massive spraying of restricted pesticides on Kauai” by Jon Rappoport

November 25, 2014 I don’t know whether this is the complete record of dangerous pesticides sprayed on Kauai, but it is an enormous list. The category “restricted use” means “even the authorities admit significant toxicity.” Here’s the link: “Kaua’i Agricultural Good Neighbor Program RUP Use Reporting: Aggregate usage of Restricted Use Pesticides as reported …

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Nov 26

“Tainted Federal Judge just screwed the people of the Big Island” by Jon Rappoport

November 26, 2014 And he’ll do it again to the people of Maui, who voted to block Dow and Monsanto from continuing GMO/pesticide experiments on their Island. Read my previous articles (archive here) about Judge Barry Kurren and his wife’s connections to Dow and Monsanto, via The Nature Conservancy and First Hawaiian Bank.

Nov 26

“Exposed: The Judge in the Monsanto-Maui lawsuit is tainted” By Jon Rappoport

November 25, 2014 In a previous article, I ran down Judge Barry Kurren’s wife’s connections to big biotech in Hawaii. Now I have more. Much more. Judge Kurren is overseeing the Monsanto/Dow lawsuit against Maui, where the people recently voted to halt Monsanto/Dow GMO research.

Nov 25

“Chemical warfare: the State of Hawaii vs. the people” By Jon Rappoport

November 25, 2014 Barry Kurren is the federal judge overseeing Monsanto’s lawsuit against the county of Maui. Monsanto sued, after the people of Maui dared to say no. After they voted to stop new Monsanto/Dow GMO development on the Island. This is the same Judge Barry Kurren who ruled against the people of Kauai …

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Nov 24

“Is Judge in Maui GMO case connected to Monsanto?” by Jon Rappoport

November 24, 2014 After the citizens of Maui just voted to stop Monsanto and Dow from further GMO development, Monsanto filed suit. Barry Kurren is the US federal magistrate overseeing the court battle between Maui and Monsanto. Judge Kurren’s wife, Faye, is the past president of the University of Hawaii Foundation, which is the …

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Nov 23

“Smoking Guns: why Maui can defeat Monsanto” by Jon Rappoport

Smoking gun 1: 1993 Joint Resolution of the US Congress, signed into law by President Clinton, 21 years ago today (November 23, 1993) Smoking gun 2: Hawaii State Constitution Smoking gun 3: US Constitution November 23, 2014

Nov 21

“Alert: Monsanto is trying to crush Maui right now” by Jon Rappoport

November 21, 2014 Right now, the heart of the ACTUAL American struggle against Monsanto is in Maui. On Election Day, voters in Maui County passed a local ballot measure blocking Monsanto and Dow from further development of GMOs. Maui is a very importance piece of Monsanto’s empire. Because of the year-round weather, they can …

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Nov 20

“Support GMO labeling or turn the oil tanker around?” by Jon Rappoport

November 20, 2014 Face it, America is in a shopping trance. A consumer trance. A buying trance. So it’s natural that the more “enlightened shoppers” would see labeling GMO foods as a way to create a revolution. Inside that bubble-trance, labels feel like a revolution.

Nov 20

“Anti-GMO movement’s PR agency represents who??” By Jon Rappoport

November 20, 2014 Remember this name: The Mellman Group. In my last several articles, and a number of earlier pieces, I’ve been highly critical of the anti-GMO political movement in America. Whereas many other nations have chosen to enact full or partial bans on GMO food, in the US we have had…what?

Nov 20

“Who is Gary Hirshberg, and why is he bankrolling a losing anti-GMO campaign?” by Jon Rappoport

November 20, 2014 “Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev recently announced that Russia will no longer import GMO products, stating that the nation has enough space, and enough resources to produce organic food. ‘If the Americans like to eat GMO products, let them eat them. We don’t need to do that; we have enough space and …

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