Joseph P Farrell – This was another story that so many people found and passed along, that a “general thank you” to all of you who did so will have to suffice. Their reasons for doing so will be self-evident: a member of the Italian parliament, in a speech delivered on the floor of that body, publicly called for arresting and charging Baal Gates (our new nickname for the busybody billionaire suggested by M.H.) with crimes against humanity.
The speech was delivered by Ms. Sara Cunial, and according to the following article, which reproduces her speech in full, was met by broad applause and approval in the Italian legislative body, and in addition to referring to Mr. Gates, also implies his “philanthropical” foundation – the Baal and Malicious Gates Foundation – is a cover for these activities: Continue reading “Italian Politician Calls For Arrest Of Gates”
Mike Adams – For over a decade, Monsanto has been engaged in building and maintaining “hit lists” of journalists, lawmakers and regulators to be taken out if they opposed the evil agenda of GMOs and toxic glyphosate weed killer chemicals that now inundate the world food supply. Any influential person who opposed the Monsanto agenda was subjected to one or more of the following:
- Attempted bribery
- Death threats and intimidation
- Character assassination through well-funded “negative P.R.” campaigns
- Defamation via coordinated Wikipedia attacks, run by Monsanto operatives
- Career destruction, such as getting scientists blacklisted from science journals
- Being doxxed, having their home addresses publicized and their families and co-workers threatened
In other words, Monsanto has been running a “black ops” division for over ten years, spending perhaps $100 million or more on efforts to silence, destroy or assassinate anyone who interfered with the agricultural giant’s market dominance. Continue reading “Bayer discovers “black ops” division run by Monsanto, shuts it down”
Mike Adams -Monsanto was acquired last June by Bayer, a chemical corporation whose chairperson was found guilty of crimes against humanity during the post-Nazi-era Nuremberg trials. Bayer was complicit in the chemical experimentation on Jews and the carrying out of the Holocaust, it turns out.
In the decades that followed, Bayer (formerly IG Farben) found a way to turn its deadly chemical weapons into pesticides, herbicides, chemotherapy drugs and pharmaceuticals. Instead of murdering people for the Third Reich, the corporation found a way to murder people for profit. Its acquisition of Monsanto cemented Bayer’s dominance in the agriculture sector, allowing the company to earn tens of billions of dollars a year by poisoning the global food supply with a deadly, cancer-causing chemical known as glyphosate — sold as “Roundup” under the Monsanto brand name. Continue reading “Monsanto / Bayer faces financial annihilation after third court loss”
Joseph P Farrell – Well… this is interesting. It seems that the CEO of one of the corporations that gave the world Zyklon B is under scrutiny and fire for his role in his corporation’s buyout of the corporation that gave the world Agent Orange and Roundup with its carcinogenic and soil-nutrient-killing glyphosate; I.G. Farben meets Mon(ster)santo to become I.G. Farbensanto. And just in time, too, because we were being bombarded by the business schools and news that “bigger is better” and “economies of scale” and so on and so forth.
Well, the last incarnation of I.G. Farben wasn’t too pleasant, and its current manifestation appears to be little better. It is better in one major respect, and that is that in its current manifestation, I.G. Farbensanto can at least be taken to court and sued for the harm it is doing to people, and eventually I suppose, the harm it is doing the environment.
But there’s a mystery here, and it prompts today’s high octane speculation, based on the following article from Zero Hedge that many of you sent along this past week:
Continue reading “The Bayer-Monsanto Buy Out Mystery”
Joseph P Farrell – Before I get started on today’s blog, I want to thank Ms. S.H., Mr. G.L.R., and many others, who sent various versions of the following three articles.
So, with that said, down to business (not to coin a pun):
Shortly after Dewayne Johnson was awarded $289,000,000 in his lawsuit against Mon(ster)santo, Bayer, Mon(ster)santo’s new owner, promised it would appeal. It did. And won. Or lost. Or sort of. … Well, it depends on which side of the fence you’re looking at the whole situation from:
Bayer Loses Appeal Over Historic ‘RoundUp’ Cancer Lawsuit
Now, here’s the interesting part: Continue reading “Bayer Beware: IG Farbensanto And The Unasked Question”