I’ve known for some time that the Babes Against Biotech ring leader, Nomi Carmona, bought my domain name some time ago. She created an anti-Monsanto screed calling me the GMO papaya princess. I didn’t bother to fight it since it only shows how the anti-GMO activists use personal attacks instead of facts to base this entire movement upon.
I happened be talking to a colleague about this website today and found out that it doesn’t exist anymore.
Looks like I have to spend $1695 to buy my domain name back from the cyber squatters. I’ll just let this remain as it to reiterate the fact that the anti-GMO activism in Hawaii must rely on personal attacks against those who refuse to give an alternative to what they wish to take away. Aloha is a concept that apparently is hard to demonstrate when you don’t have any facts to support your cause.
you may be able to force them to give it up
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