You can lead journalists to a scandal, but how do you get them to drink?
Pt 3 of the Insignificant Trilogy. Green activists are controlling policy debates by denying other voices in stakeholder dialogue.
How I discovered the activists and Greens needed me to be their face of evil. Why I decided to stand with Monsanto.
Things are not looking too rosy for the big NGOs. Being crowded out of a market they had established, losing touch with online communities and grassroots support, having gurus steal their issues, seeing the nature of the game in Brussels change …
My Top 10 Stupidest Moments of 2016. How I wish 2017 would be reasonable.
Getting thrown out of the Monsanto Tribunal was absurd; sustaining several days of personal attacks was obsessive compulsive. A personal journey into how activists control the message.
If journalists are actually covering the fake €500,000 Monsanto stunt in The Hague, they can use research on the testimonies in this blog.
This event attempts to bring farmers into the debate on food. Activists want to ban agri-technologies, but maybe farmers should have a say!
Vandana Shiva rarely listens. 200m from the Monsanto Tribunal, we will have farmers speaking about why they need agri-tech. Will she listen?
See the Risk-Monger’s event at the Monsanto Tribunal. Attend, donate to the costs and send a message to the Organic Consumers Association!