Ill reply to my own thread.
Just a couple of thoughts of things that were interesting to me:
1) The control over seed. - you cannot replant seeds from them...not that I would want to plant it to begin with.
Revelations "no man will buy or sell without the mark." forget the mark, its "Monsanto".
2) The deal with the corn in Mexico was interesting, and all you from the N.W.O. forums should enjoy the bit about the role that N.A.F.T.A. plays in
3) I already mentioned it above I believe, but farmers from India can only buy seeds from Monsanto basically as they have bought out the main seed
suppliers. (Again control of the worlds food.)
4) The smear campaigns by Monsanto which were traced to them and one of their P.R. firms...ha, cant hide on the internet heh? The world is truly a
smaller place now. They cant manipulate how they used to...well I suppose if your not interested in looking, but then again you wouldnt be at ATS (or
rather 'seeking') if you were not interested in knowing whats going on out there.
A lot more. It was quite interesting and diverse.
I have not problem with organization/control, per say.
But the way Monsanto is going about it really is more about control form a fear/greed aspect...not from a good heart.
Maybe we are just some ant farm for some alien species that looks like us, (watchers from the Bible), and they are experimenting on us like we do on
rats. Isnt that lovely.
Now I will emphasize, that technology and science is not bad.
And just because the main guy (ex - C.E.O.) of Monsanto said the same thing doesnt make this statement any less true. But what is true is that the
tool is however it is used in the hands of he who wields it.
And what is bad for one is good for another...well until they eat some of their pesticide food and find out they need to now genetically engineer
their bodies to adapt to their weird food. But be weary, they will patent you next.
They already put a patent in for the pig in 2005. I put up a link to that somewhere else on these boards. Just do a google search on this, and you
will find the article in greenpeace.
Master mother nature before you go out and try to be god and play with making syths, etc. But who knows, maybe they have mastered nature.
I saw a interesting video on Thoughtware.tv with Michio Kaku. (He was interviewed on art bell...suppose this was in 2004), and he mentioned that he
was offered to be a nuclear physicist and that other physicist were trying to entice him with the power, so to speak...the ultimate "bang for the
buck", or however he put it.
He said that was not really the way he wanted to go...and was for more about approaching technology from a peaceful path instead of nuclear bombs,
I guess that would be me.
Dont stop technology, but re-evaluate the approach.
There are to many people ruled by ego/power/fear that have the say so in the world at the moment for change to happen.
But there are many people waking up and seeing the pure absurdity that is happening with the likes of Monsanto, etc. You just cant suppress this stuff
No not all will wake up or see...nor is it necessary. The only thing is necessary is on the individual level. So, many are seeing life for what it
is...coming out of a long sleep.
And nothing that these egoic centered corporations do can stop that awakening.
Well they could nuke us all so they have the last laugh, but I dont believe that is even an option any more.
Well, enjoy the video, and again its quite long...it can seem dry at parts, but toward the end starting with India then Mexico, got interesting...for
me. But the beginning gives the background, to some extent, of Monsanto.
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