In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the post-Brexit reality: chlorinated chicken for everyone! As the UK braces for hormone-laden beef and chlorinated chicken products, Max and Stacy wonder if this isn’t a good metaphor for the monetary system, which has been injected with the growth hormone of quantitative easing. The Fed’s balance sheet is now as massive as a Franken-chicken is today. In the second half, Max interviews Mish Shedlock of MishTalk.com about the latest economic data from America, and whether or not lofty stock market valuations are warranted.
Two homeless guys on bicycles by the tracks know about chemtrails and haarp, riding the rails, one asked if I remember his friend in a video going to jail because he was exposing Round Up at the Reno City Council and I do! Am open to suggestions on how to stop the aerial agenda, pitch forks in the buttocks of gang stalkers and geoengineering "folk" running down the street would be a fine sight to see! The red belly of the plane, gave it away, Emerites, Bush and Cheney's buddies.
It's shocking that there is even a company big enough to acquire Monsanto but that company is Bayer and the deed was done last week. Monsanto, the hulking mega-corporation synonymous with GMOs and Roundup and having itself been on an acquisition tear since the 1980s is possibly the most detested brand on the planet. It will now cease to exist and become ensconced within a company most well-known for its innocuous aspirin. James Corbett explains why this is not OK.
If someone had told you twenty years ago that the company that commercialized chemical warfare and the company that commercialized Agent Orange were going merge and control a quarter of the world's food supply, you may have been scoffed at as tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy loon. However, Monsanto CEO Robert B Shapiro clearly stated this plan all the way back in 1999: "We're talking about three of the largest industries in the world: agriculture food and health that now operate as separate businesses but there are a set of changes that will lead to their integration."
Corbett says the "integration of agriculture, food and health is the goal and once that goal is reached, the entire life-support system of the human population, including all our food and medicine will be in the hands of a few mega-corporations" and how a quote often attributed to Kissinger although unverified is nonetheless true: "He who controls the food supply controls the people. He who controls the energy can control whole continents. He who controls money can control them all."
Vietnam ver2. South American rural areas are dispersed with glyphosate from the air. The chemicals from Monsanto-Bayer are paid by the US Gov, pilots and companies are contractors of US origin. For one (1) acre of coca six (6) acres of land are contaminated in eastern Colombia in the Amazon region. The only country so far to throw these environmental terrorists out is Bolivia by president Evo Morales. From the Youtube channel of jose sanchez hachero
There's nothing ethical about stealing the fetal blood from dead cow fetuses which may or may not have been forcibly aborted. If you think that's ethical, then you may as well ask Rick Berman for a job at the Center for Consumer Freedom - a Monsanto front group - and suck Berman's ass.
More than 200 million pounds of Roundup weedkiller are used annually by US farmers on their fields. It is sprayed directly over some crops, including corn, soybeans, wheat and oats.
US government scientists have detected this weedkiller linked to cancer in almost every commonly consumed food. Emails obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, show the FDA has had trouble finding any food that does not carry traces of the pesticide. (The #1 ingredient in processed food is high fructose corn syrup- made from genetically modified (GMO) corn – which is loaded with this poison.)
Yet, the FDA has covered it up.
Not surprising, since Monsanto upper management has been implanted into the upper management of the FDA, EPA and the USDA, where they protect Monsanto, once they run these government agencies.
Watch this episode of Politically Correct to find out how the government has been allowing this company a free pass for 40 years to poison you and your family.
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Monsanto was one of four groups to introduce genes into plants, and was among the first to conduct field trials of genetically modified crops. Monsanto was one of the first companies to apply the biotechnology industry business model to agriculture, using techniques developed by biotech drug companies.
Monsanto's roles in agricultural changes, biotechnology products and lobbying of government agencies and roots as a chemical company have surrounded the company in controversies. The company once manufactured controversial products such as the insecticide DDT, PCBs, Agent Orange and recombinant bovine growth hormone. Its seed patenting model was criticized as biopiracy and a threat to biodiversity.
In September 2016 Monsanto agreed to accept Bayer's offer to purchase the company for $66 billion, pending regulatory approval.
For further reading, we highly recommend the following books:
“Monsanto vs. the World: The Monsanto Protection Act, GMOs and Our Genetically Modified Future” by Jason Louv: http://a.co/8MsWn9U
“The World According to Monsanto: Pollution, Corruption, and the Control of the World's Food Supply” by Marie-Monique Robin: http://a.co/8JJxVFp
“Food, Inc.: Mendel to Monsanto--The Promises and Perils of the Biotech Harvest” by Peter Pringle: http://a.co/bhotCXG
The World According to Monsanto is a 2008 film directed by Marie-Monique Robin. Originally released in French as Le monde selon Monsanto, the film is based on Robin's three-year-long investigation into the corporate practices around the world of the United States multinational corporation, Monsanto. The World According to Monsanto is also the title of a book written by Robin.
The film reports many controversies surrounding the use and promotion of genetically modified seeds, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), Agent Orange, and bovine growth hormone. Cases in the United States (including Anniston, Alabama), Canada, India, Mexico, Paraguay, the United Kingdom (Scotland) and France, are explored, claiming that the Monsanto corporation's collusion with governments, pressure tactics, suppression and manipulation of scientific data, and extra-legal practices aided the company's attempts at dominating global agriculture. Scientists, representatives of the United States Food and Drug Administration and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, civil society representatives, victims of the company’s activities, lawyers, and politicians are interviewed.