The YouTube Movie That Will Make You Shake Your Head: “Stop Monsanto From Poisoning Hawaii: Genetic Engineering Chemical Warfare”


If you’re like me, you think of Hawaii as this pristine and gorgeous state where you’d love to own a retirement home.

After seeing the YouTube documentary called “Stop Monsanto From Poisoning Hawaii: Genetic Engineering Chemical Warfare”, I think you’ll change your mind pretty quickly.

As it turns out, Hawaii has been the global center for open-field testing for genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). Over 5,000 tests have been conducted by companies such as Monsanto, Dow, Dupont, Syngenta and BASF, and toxic chemicals get sprayed on an almost daily basis.

Furthermore, GMOs contaminate the local organic farms, which make it difficult, if not impossible, for people to grow or consume non-GMO food.

The situation in Hawaii is beyond appalling, and this movie does an excellent job of telling the story of something that very, very few people know about.

I find it mind-boggling that landowners, such as Kamehameha Schools, could allow such beautiful terrain to be treated with such recklessness. Do these people have absolutely no moral compass?


If you want to fight back against GMOs, here are a few things that you can do.

1) Get involved, donate money, and spread the word about the California ballot initiative to label GMOs.


Right now, we are the only developed country in the world not to label GMOs. If we can make the labeling of GMOs mandatory:

– the demand for GM-food will drop.

– the demand for organic will surge.

– toxic pesticide use will decrease, thus making our water supply cleaner.

In California, citizens – instead of politicians and bureaucrats – will be voting on this issue later this fall and if California approves this measure, other states will most likely do the same.

Please read this post about the California ballot initiative and consider donating money.

I have read that the major chemical and seed companies have committed to spend $60 million to kill this proposed measure.

2) Sign up for Just Label It, the federal campaign headed by Stonyfield’s Gary Hirshberg, and tell the FDA to make GMO-labeling mandatory.

3) Buy organic food, and avoid GM-food. Money is an extremely powerful tool, and we have to vote with our dollars every single time we to go to the market or to a restaurant.


  • George says:

    I think that guys suggestion of starting a student farm. You can’t just learn everything about farming in 6months to a year. Its a different way of life, it requires a lot of mechanical and financial knowledge, to name a few.

    And I doubt any of those “students” will have enough money or even be able to get enough loans to operate a profitable commercial farm.

    Some of the things these guys say is true, and some of the other things they say don’t even make sense.

    They keep going on about mono culture, that may be true with what Monsanto is doing, since they are trying to produce seed. But mono-culture farming isn’t a common thing, most large farmers plant a different type of crop every year, and rotate their fields around.

  • Chris Sawyer says:

    What do you think 100 years of growing sugar cane and pineapples on the same soil did to that soil. One of the richest growing areas in the world….. going downhill fast. I lived there 10 years from 76-86

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Chris,

      It is a real shame what it going on out there. Hopefully, the situation can be reversed before it is too late.

      Live well,

  • Henry says:

    I wish you write more of these and inform us about the ill effects of the same. What are the kinds of foods we have in the market that are GMO produced?

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Henry,

      I write about GMOs quite a bit but will try to do more.

      Buy certified organic food – this food does not allow GMOs to be used. Also, if you are eating conventionally-grown corn, soy, and/or canola, there is a very, very high probability it is GMO.

      Live well,

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