Natural News 
May 8, 2013
A popular revolt against corporate fascism is under way across the planet. Simultaneously spanning 286 cities across the planet, the March Against Monsanto on May 25th aims to spotlight the crimes against nature, farmers and food consumers currently being pursued by Monsanto, a company widely believed to be the “most evil corporation” on the planet.
Marches are already planned in hundreds of cities across the planet. Click here to find the march nearest you. 
Or, if you wish, start your own March Against Monsanto in your local town. Click here to get started. 
The official page of this event is:
And the Facebook page for the March Against Monsanto is found at:
Keep it peaceful
I will be joining the march in Austin, Texas to help voice opposition to the incredible evils being routinely carried out by Monsanto (working in conspiracy with the USDA).
For the record, this is a non-violent march so please do not bring pistols or rifles to the event. Please behave with civility so that your message is heard with credibility.
If the march is attacked by police, do your best to get it on film so that lawsuits can be filed against the municipal police departments who initiate such behavior. Any police officers who oppress or physically attack peaceful protesters will be publicly named and shamed across the internet.
Be warned that provocateurs will likely be hired to join the crowd and attempt to initiate violence in order to discredit all activists. DO NOT be suckered into anyone who approaches you and says something like, “Hey, we should throw smoke bombs into the capitol building” or other such nonsense. They are probably working for the FBI and trying to get you to commit felony crimes so they can crack down on the entire march. The FBI routinely plots false flag attacks across the USA  in order to say it’s “stopping terrorism.”
This is how the real world works, folks. How do you think Monsanto got into a position of such power in the first place? Don’t be naive. Be smart. Be peaceful but above all be heard. And don’t be suckered into taking part in violence.