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Bayer And Monsanto To Merge In Mega-Deal That Could Reshape World’s Food Supply

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posted on Jun, 14 2017 @ 04:42 PM
a reply to: FamCore
I was wondering how they were going to pull off their Brawndo derivative.

Didn't Brawndo's parent corporation buy up the FDA, FCC, and USDA?

Maybe Hollywood really is trying to tell us something.

posted on Jun, 14 2017 @ 05:46 PM
a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn
Hey man don't knock on BRAWNDO, its got electrolytes. Its got what plants crave.

posted on Jun, 14 2017 @ 06:33 PM
The upcoming Monsanto/Bayer merger will be just one of the many mergers to create Conglomerates+Monopolys

so the DOW:NYSE can create mega balloons even as the Federal Reserve sheds $50 Billion per month of Equities it has on the Feds Balance Sheet ($4 Trillion in dirt Mortgage Paper - balanced with $7 Trillion in Equities like Facebook-Google-Apple-Amazon...& of course 1/2 Trillion each in the TBTF 'Banks'...)

Folks, fellow ATS'ers we got another 4-5 years of the phony-baloney rigged markets before All Confidence in the Fraud & manipulated market is taken back & the financial collapse pops-up...
be a smart investor....

Me. I got a fistfull of dollars to ride out the DOW Chemical-DuPont Chemical merger of in-equals and to do all right with the spin-offs that will be sure to ensue after the Aug-Sep-Oct finalization of the Merger...

I bet I make $700 profit for each $100 I invest in my existing DOW account~~~ after the merger/spin-offs, for a max. term of 4 years of relative safety in my actions


like the OP points out...mega mergers at a quick pace.... i'm giving you the scoop behind the suddenly lax and liberal SEC (security-Exchange-Commission) who was very stringent on conglomerates & Monopolistic Business Entities...

it both the Fed Balance Sheet predicament And the Go-Ahead to allow business-government collusion to be the 'Norm' ~~~ i.e. Fascism galore !

but I won't quibble over the ethics... all I know is that gold-silver are in a manipulated bubble & will not replace a worthless dollar... so i'm gonna play the stock market casino for the remaining 4-5 years that all-of-us-seem-to-have-left

best for Ya'll to consider it too


for those of you that are interested.... 3:58 chant/song:

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posted on Jun, 14 2017 @ 09:55 PM
Their ultimate plan with the merger may be as follows:
•Bring in confidence of countries that have said no to them in past(it's said to be part of the IMF deal with Ukraine for example)
•Part of that is more combating of the opposition

posted on Jun, 15 2017 @ 07:07 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry
a reply to: FamCore
a reply to: rexsblues
a reply to: Asktheanimals
a reply to: kelbtalfenek
a reply to: richapau

The monopolization of mega corporations is troublesome, but coupled with the unethical centralized control of food, medicines, and poisons; this is an injustice to humanity!


a reply to: markovian

Many travesties have come from the word of good intentions. Ethically, Bayer doesn't seem to be any better than Monsanto.


a reply to: flatbush71

Thank you for sharing your experience with this topic. Sure, the media didn't and isn't listening, but it's safe to say that many of the common people have been listening. We can affirm this through the recent grassroots trends of lobbying for GMO labeling, the popularity of organic foods, and the increase of health food stores. Keep fighting the good fight!


a reply to: FredT

They are doing everything in their power to circumvent and bypass all roadblocks. They have begun entertaining bids to sell-off assets in order to fall within regulatory guidelines; a giant octopus of a monopoly trying to appear as less of a monopoly.

BASF, Syngenta Are Among Bidders for Bayer-Monsanto Assets


a reply to: Metallicus

There's some hard-hitting information there! Thank you Metallicus for sharing that link


a reply to: worldstarcountry

A corporately-controlled schism of; "Problem, Reaction, Solution".

Your post reminds me of the Buy N Large company from the dystopian Pixar movie; "WALL-E". This one corporation assumed control of all global products, goods, foods, services, infrastructure, and government. This model seems in alignment with our current Military-Industrial-Congressional-Complex.


a reply to: flatbush71

Good for you!

The "system" is trying to control what we feed our children, through incrementally banning home prepared packed lunches at school.


a reply to: stormcell

The actuality and truth of the matter is more frightening than the proposed Mandela Effect.


a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn

This interconnected system works incrementally, compartmentalizing each chess move in an effort to veil the overall end-goal; complete global control. As the system gets stronger, we are being socially conditioned to be ever more passive, docile, distracted, and free from critical thinking or systemic dissent.


a reply to: St Udio

Thanks for sharing your interpretation and opinion on how this affects the market place! I didn't even consider the implications!


a reply to: dreamingawake

Another option may be to consolidate and centralize power and control.

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