And even the obligation

Oh yes, the ever-popular Incitement to Murder as Political Dissent routine.

Knight Science Journalism’s Paul Raeburn has weighed in on the increasingly sordid Mike Adams fiasco.

He writes: An anti-GMO activist has compared some science journalists and publications to the Nazis, saying they are “Monsanto collaborators who have signed on to accelerate heinous crimes being committed against humanity under the false promise of ‘feeding the world’ with toxic GMOs.”

In the post on his Natural News blog, Mike Adams also writes that ” it is the moral right — and even the obligation — of human beings everywhere to actively plan and carry out the killing of those engaged in heinous crimes against humanity.”

Oh. Uh. But…that’s just rhetoric, right? He didn’t say kill these specific named people, right? It’s just hot air?

It is not known whether Adams is behind a separate website that appeared called Monsanto Collaborators, which listed more than a dozen science writers as collaborators, including Keith Kloor, Jon Entine, Brooke Borel, and others. It also listed Discover, National Geographic, MIT’s Technology Review, and, among others, as “publisher collaborators.”

NOTE: The GLP has been able to confirm that Adams is indeed the mastermind and financier behind the Monsanto Collaborator’s website. The story has now taken an even more bizarre twist, as Adams, facing multiple investigations from law enforcement officials, including the FBI, is now trying to make it appear that not only did he not oversee the project, but that it was a set up by Monsanto in a twisted plot to discredit anti-GMO critics.

Not just hot air then.


  1. Crip Dyke, Right Reverend Feminist FuckToy of Death & Her Handmaiden says

    That rhetoric, more than anything, reminds me of the rantings of Ted Kaczynski.

    With the caveats that I can’t see *literally* everything and that it’s theoretically possible that Monsanto or pro-Monsanto folks could set up such a website (however unbelievable it may be that Monsanto would bother and however reasonable it is to believe that a person would be willing to set up a “monsanto collaborators” website if that someone were willing publicly to say things to the effect of “Monstanto collaborators must be killed by any right-thinking human with the opportunity.”) everything that I see makes me think that this is a would-be murderer who is getting the right kind of attention in the nick of time, if not a bit too late.

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