posted on Jul, 13 2011 @ 08:13 PM
reply to post by neonitus
he was just an employee, not the physical representation of monsanto. i think its more than likely the guy couldnt care less about the ideals of who
he works for and was just doing his job.
its sad to see people taking delight in hearing someone got beat up.
THAT is no excuse. As far as I am concerned he is an accessory to MURDER.
The man has blood on his hands for KNOWINGLY pushing a product that causes people to suicide at the rate of one every 30 minutes. Since 1995, 250,000
Indian farmers have committed suicide.
Here is a bit of history about what is really going on.
Auschwitz, in Nazi Germany, was the largest mass extermination factory in human history. Most people are unaware that Auschwitz was a 100% subsidiary
of IG Farben now known as BASF, Bayer and Hoechst.
For almost three decades after WWII, BASF,
Bayer and Hoechst (Aventis) filled their highest position, chairman of the board, with former members of the Nazi regime. Bayer has been sued by
survivors of medical experiments...
THIS is the group that man is working for!
That article moves from the "Drug Trust" alliance formed by the Rockefeller empire and the German chemical company IG Farben to the "Green
The "Green Revolution"
A new look at international intervention came during the Indian famine of ‘65 and ‘66; the most well advertised famine to date and a major boost
for RF's population control campaign. Since the Chinese Revolution, India had been the bastion of the “free (enterprise) world.” However, western
businessmen had long worried over its "neutralism”, “socialism” and economic restrictions on foreigners. That ended in 1958, when India
experienced a foreign exchange crisis.
The World Bank intervened with the “Aid India Club” and one billion dollars a year in aid. International investors like RF and the Ford
Foundation, immediately seized the opportunity. The Ford Foundation stepped in with a “food crisis” team, pushing agricultural spending at the
expense of housing and social services. Undersecretary of Commerce Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., led a delegation of executives to New Delhi for the
purpose of "persuading the government to adopt policies more attractive to potential investors". Rockefeller’s Jersey Standard wanted price and
distribution restrictions lifted on their Bombay fertilizer plant. Petroleum producers lobbied to set up fertilizer plants to utilize naphtha, an
otherwise useless petroleum by-product. The Ford and Rockefeller foundations also wanted to expand the use of their new high yield seeds, deliberately
bred for large fertilizer and pesticide inputs....
Given Monsanto's nasty business practices, I am not surprised someone has finally decided to retaliate. It is about time!