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  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Mar 14, 2013 11:30 AM Flag

    Ap-Paul-ling Schickler Holds Forth For the Media!

    Ap-Paul-ling Schickler Holds Forth For the Media. DuPont Pioneer President Thumps the Tub For His AG Outfit, But Commentators Give Him the Raspberry

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Buenos Dias,

    Readers, yesterday at 11:40 AM, March 13, 2013, Bloomberg published an interview between The Grid and DuPont Pioneer President, Paul Schickler. The grand potentate of Pioneer gushes over DuPont's "biological side", and proclaims,

    "The products of agriculture are the safest they've ever been."

    Now that is truly comical, coming on the heels of the biggest, costliest new product failure in 21st century corporate America, namely the $2 billion or more Imprelis Consumer Fraud! Hundreds of thousands of dead and dying trees across the country stand testimony to DuPont's SHAM SAFETY and unbounded capacity to poison.

    Folks, this is the same Paul Schickler, Pioneer President, who only months ago along with his DuPont bosses and shadowy DuPont lobbyists and unethical lawyers was waging a dishonest campaign to the effect Monsanto had a horrible monopoly over seeds and was keeping farmers from enjoying advances in technology. Neither the U. S. Justice Department nor any States Attorneys General bought into this sleazy defamation of Monsanto's business and integrity.

    Now Mr. Schickler is posing as a world leader in seed innovation, saving the planet from sure hunger! The interview so far has drawn over 40 comments, largely and convincingly negative.

    Merely the morning comments of one individual investor and long-time student of the DuPlicitous
    DuPont...funfundvierzig...funfun.

 
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