GMcontaminationregister.org (notice it is GM not GMO in the URL)
There have been governments initially prohibiting GMOs that allowed them after mass-contaminations feeling there was no choice for their countries. This is an attack. There are people trespassing on farms doing "inspections" - finding contamination and suing for seed-stealing in North America and abroad. Better not have any GMO seeds in your shoes fellas. Saynotogmos.org calls GMO's bioterrorism. Well, if there is a tactic of intentional contamination to force farms and even entire countries to allow GMO's, they are absolutely right. There is a practice of "grandfathering in" that protects them from being held responsible and keeps crops like GM alfalfa in our food supply even though the decision to allow planting was stopped by the court. That practice has to go. I'm sorry farmers if you got swindled into sewing a product that is declared a potential hazard and stopped by the court- but they need to take it up with the seed companies, who come out smelling like a rose in this system. Also, one could say its the farmers that were doing it. Yes, some farmers intentionally sewed illegal seeds but the seed companies are the ones raking in profits from it and encouraging it by taking no prevention steps of any consequence, so they are the ultimate culprits.