“So we discovered stuff… yet we don’t realize what it implies.”
On Thursday, April 30th, the Shaka Movement documented a brief with the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
(Claim No. 15-15641, IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT, Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii Case No. 1:14-CV-00511-SOM-BMK)
Basically, it contended for an end to defers and, rather, some genuine activity toward actualizing what the voters of Maui requested last November:
A transitory stoppage of all Monsanto/Dow GMO experimentation in Maui County, and a genuine examination of what those companies have been doing to imperil human wellbeing.
In that brief to the Ninth Circuit Court, there is the accompanying proclamation about the past work of Hawaii Dept. of Agriculture monitors work done before the November vote.
Lock in. It’s a stunner:
“… no testing has ever been led in Maui County to exhibit that the GMO practices are not unsafe, nor are there any allowing prerequisites tending to these damages. (2ER 158-159). The government and state offices that Monsanto and Dow case are regulating these exercises as a matter of fact don’t ensure against any of these damages, nor do they have any principles setting norms for wellbeing. (2ER 021-027). As per the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (“HDOA”), the office which Monsanto and Dow have indicated as the organization in charge of directing the wellbeing of these exercises:
“‘We investigated stream dregs particularly for glyphosate, for Roundup, and we discovered Roundup in the greater part of the specimens that we took. All things considered, we discovered 20 herbicides, 11 bug sprays, 6 fungicides, 7 areas with glyphosate yet no EPA benchmarks, there are no EPA benchmarks for dregs, for glyphosate. So we discovered stuff at the same time, honestly, we don’t comprehend what it means and nobody in, we don’t know how to contrast that with any sort of wellbeing measures. So there’s extra work that needs to be done there. (2ER 268)'”
No directing standards, no managing norms, and no sign about what these assessors were finding, other than glyphosate, which the World Health Organization has quite recently pronounced a likely cancer-causing agent.
You can read the full Shaka brief here.
How everything adds up is: the thing that the damnation is going ahead in Maui County? Who’s minding the store? Obviously, nobody. Also, the splashing of trial pesticides proceeds in the outdoors research facility of Maui. The government judge for the situation, Susan Oki Mollway, seems, by all accounts, to be doing her absolute best to coddle Monsanto and Dow, and markdown, venture on, and obliterate a lawful vote requiring a genuine examination.
Equity? Never knew about it.