Update: Federal Judge drops bomb in the Monsanto vs. Maui case

Posted: April 19, 2015 in Uncategorized

Update: Judge Drops Bomb in the Monsanto vs. Maui Case

By Jon Rappoport – Apr 19, 2015

On April 15, Federal Judge Susan Oki Mollway dropped a bomb in Monsanto vs. Maui.

She ruled that the case cannot go to Hawaii State Court, but will remain under her federal jurisdiction.

The federal government’s support for Monsanto is even greater than the State Government of Hawaii’s.

And the will of Maui County voters—to put a temporary block on Monsanto’s toxic, local, GMO/pesticide experiments—is now diluted at a new remote level.

Maui County can’t enforce the vote, and neither can the State of Hawaii.

Now a federal court will decide whether to nullify the will of Maui voters.

This is dictatorship.

Among the obvious reasons for refusing to allow this matter to be settled at a state level, there is a hidden factor: a guiding principle invoked in the Hawaii State Constitution:

“Each person has the right to a clean and healthful environment, as defined by laws relating to environmental quality, including control of pollution and conservation, protection and enhancement of natural resources.

Any person may enforce this right against any party, public or private, through appropriate legal proceedings, subject to reasonable limitations and regulation as provided by law.”

“For the benefit of present and future generations, the State and its political subdivisions shall conserve and protect Hawaii’s natural beauty and all natural resources, including land, water, air, minerals and energy sources, and shall promote the development and utilization of these resources in a manner consistent with their conservation and in furtherance of the self-sufficiency of the State.”

That’s what Judge Mollway is avoiding—the possibility that, at the State level, a Hawaii court might base its decision on this principle of protecting the land and the people, and therefore rule that Monsanto’s GMO/pesticide human experimentation must stop.

It comes down to:

“We, the voters of Maui, decided—”

“We, the federal court, don’t care what you voted on or decided.

It’s null and void.

Go home.

We rule.

You’re irrelevant.”

No need to rig the vote.

Just cancel it retroactively.

As any police state would.

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Update: Judge drops bomb in the Monsanto vs. Maui case

by Jon Rappoport

April 19, 2015

NoMoreFakeNews.com

On April 15, Federal Judge Susan Oki Mollway dropped a bomb in Monsanto vs. Maui.

She ruled that the case cannot go to Hawaii State Court, but will remain under her federal jurisdiction.

The federal government’s support for Monsanto is even greater than the State Government of Hawaii’s.

And the will of Maui County voters—to put a temporary block on Monsanto’s toxic, local, GMO/pesticide experiments—is now diluted at a new remote level.

Maui County can’t enforce the vote, and neither can the State of Hawaii. Now a federal court will decide whether to nullify the will of Maui voters.

This is dictatorship.

Among the obvious reasons for refusing to allow this matter to be settled at a state level, there is a hidden factor: a guiding principle invoked in the Hawaii State Constitution

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