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The Appeal is set in Bowmore, Mississippi where Krane Chemical Co. has been dumping toxic waste into their water supply, causing a huge spike in cancer cases. A husband-and-wife legal team takes the company to court and after months of litigation, the win an award of 41 million dollars. The chemical company is owned by Carl Trudeau who swears to never pay a dime of the award. Instead, he knows the state Supreme Court will decide the appeal and it looks like a close decision there, so he sets out to recruit his own Supreme Court justice
Originally posted by pianopraze
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Good question... But it is based on wrong assumptions.
You assume the goal is profit.
The real goal is depopulation.
This is so horrendous a conclusion most peoples minds shut down. But as you follow the money time and time again you come across this horrible truth.
They want total control and depopulation. They already have more money than God. Now they are playing at being gods.
Originally posted by hounddoghowlie
i've posted this link ever time i see some thing about monsanto, i feel it is a must read.
check out the last paragraph on page 5 some heavy weight name tied to them.
When asked about these practices, Monsanto declined to comment specifically, other than to say that the company is simply protecting its patents. “Monsanto spends more than $2 million a day in research to identify, test, develop and bring to market innovative new seeds and technologies that benefit farmers,” Monsanto spokesman Darren Wallis wrote in an e-mailed letter to Vanity Fair.
Originally posted by ProvehitoInAltum
I'd hazard to say that big pharma is all but salivating on all the profits they are going to make treating the billions during the process of depopulation. Monsanto is one of the most evil companies in the world, but big pharma ranks right up there too.
"This Chesterfield Village Research Center is truly a world-class facility and our agreement with Pfizer will enable both of our companies to maintain our deep research roots in St. Louis for years to come," said Robb Fraley, Ph.D., Monsanto's chief technology officer. "The research we do at this facility is the foundation of our business, paving the way for next-generation products that create real benefits on the farm and in our world. This is yet another investment in our ever-growing pipeline, which enables us to deliver new and improved technologies."
Are we putting corn derivatives in everything we can find just to justify the subsidies the farmers need to break even after they've paid Monsanto for sterile seed?
What does round up have to do with growing crops again?