By their own admission, on a website listing a panel of speakers they are using to host their Fuller Symposium on Wednesday, November 12th at National Geographic Society’s Grosvenor Auditorium, The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has listed guest speakers who work for Monsanto and DuPont.
If that isn’t bad enough, rumor has it that a huge deal is in the works between WWF and Monsanto to turn billions of acres of Amazon rainforest into GMO crops as part of what WWF calls their new “Whole Planet, Full Plate” campaign to “find ways to feed the world sustainably.”
The WWf is catching so much bad press for their apparent hypocrisy in portraying themselves as protectors of wildlife for literally decades and now joining forces with the likes of Monsanto and DuPont to destroy that very wildlife they are accepting donations for protecting. Needless to say, there are calls out all over the internet to stop supporting the World Wildlife Fund as it now appears they do not have the best interests of those they have sworn to protect at all. Labels like “traitors” and “hypocrites ” now describe an organization that used to be associated with protecting the innocent and the greater good. One has to wonder just how much Monsanto and DuPont have donated to the WWF to cause them to do such an about-face.
Monsanto is infamous for “green washing” their products, making people think they are for the environment. The corporation calls their GMO soy a “responsible” choice for protecting the environment. This deceit ultimately infected the WWF, which went along with plans to unleash GMO soy in the Amazon. Now Brazil and Argentina are being turned into GMO plantations as the Amazon is cut down to make way for Monsanto’s GMO “save the planet” brainwashing.
Contained within a book of secrets, including WWF’s relationship with Monsanto, whom the WWF admitted they took money from according to one German newspaper.
As stated on the website GMWatch, the friendly panda logo charity actually collaborated with Monsanto to create something called the “Round Table on Responsible Soy.”
The campaign has been criticized as being a covert exercise in Monsanto’s patented brand of “greenwashing,” which calls GMO soy a “responsible” choice for protecting the environment despite much independent evidence to the contrary.
In other words, the countless people across the world who donate 20 bucks or more per month to the WWF are actually funding a charity with ties to what many call the most evil corporation in the world.
Although Circkles researchers could not find actual documents to support the claims that the WWF has accepted donations from Monsanto and DuPont, we did find plenty of evidence that the WWF is admitting they have done so, and are in fact publicly announcing their support of the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest to support GMO crops in spite of the fact that environmental groups have protested the destruction of the rainforests for any agricultural activities as doing so will seriously disrupt our climate, rain amounts and clean air: all closely connected to the very existence of rainforests.