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ATS: Monsanto Fined for Bribery.

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posted on Jan, 24 2005 @ 12:52 PM
Monsanto, one face of the new world order, has been slapped with a $1.5 million dollar fine. The company was trying to have enviromental studies waived through unofficial channels.
This company is constantly involved in lawsuits. On this occasion, they have admitted guilt, and co-operated with authorities. The company will now be monitored by American authorities for three years regarding business practices.
A former senior manager at Monsanto directed an Indonesian consulting firm to give a $50,000 bribe to a high-level official in Indonesia's environment ministry in 2002.

The manager told the company to disguise an invoice for the bribe as "consulting fees".

Monsanto was facing stiff opposition from activists and farmers who were campaigning against its plans to introduce genetically modified cotton in Indonesia.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

Like Enron, these NWOer's will take the slap on the wrist, and laugh all the way to the bank. No one(important) will go to jail, the "closely monitored" business practices will be ignored, and the company will continue it's worldwide assault on farmers rights to collect and save seeds.
Legislators and prosecutors are far too lenient on these white collar criminals whose crimes hurt millions, and put the future of health, evolution and natural selection in jeopardy.

We the people cannot allow this corporate Frankenstien to rule nature. This was a good thing, but a mere annoyance to the globalist industrialist/bankers.

posted on Jan, 24 2005 @ 06:20 PM
Ah billybob... the topic "re"surfaces!

Leaving aside the potentially enormous consequences of genetic tampering and the ethics of being in that business, here's a narrower focus:

The ethic being instilled in many MBA programs in International Management promotes that bribery is a business cost of developing new markets in those countries where it is a normal part of the culture. A student who is unprepared to see this as normal business practice is a student who potentially fails Corporate Policy and Ethics classes.

You need only look at the background of the Monsanto manager to determine whether this was Monsanto policy or his formal business training that guided him that way. Or both.

posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 11:11 AM
IF the nWo is real, then it isn't too far-fetched to believe that they have their hands in the education of their own future leaders when it comes to college/public schools, is it?

posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 05:15 PM

Good find billybob - and thanks for the thoughtful comments masked and ghaleon... IMO - you're all right.

...we need a way to link all the dirty tricks and corporate conspiracies into one clear and comprehensive picture - history, mechanics, impacts...

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