posted on Mar, 30 2012 @ 01:52 AM
Why assume the OP title is the "method" when its just the "goal"?
Monsanto is tacking it from both ends, that is, saturated use of glyphosate so that mostly GMO crops are the survivors in the seeds and the fields,
while likewise CULLING the native/naturalized bees population with this buildup of pesticides/herbicides (YES Monsanto is the worlds' largest
supplier of neonicotinoids which are highly toxic to bees), then forcing farmers to purchase Monsanto GE Bees to repopulate and re'naturalize' the
area pollinators. What monopoly would not exploit that engineering of the bee alongside only GMO crops?
It's a no brainer given the below
Monsanto Super Bee Patent, that is what they are up to!
Considering that the honey bee has been sequenced, how long before we bear witness to a genetically modified bee? I’ve been saying this since
2008 for the record! Introducing pesticide-resistant SUPER BEE Patent # 2457842149…Apis Melifera may also soon belong to Monsanto. Kill the bees
with GM and pesticides, offer a band aid solution by creating a bee that is resistant to all the crap peddled on the market and then persuade/force
beekeepers to buy Monsanto bees or else. It’s wicked genius. Surely though, Monsanto and many others would call all of this paranoid
Some of us noticed the GMO wasps in Hunger Games. i wouldnt be surprised if Monsanto is working on that one too, as wasps have been noted as more
efficient sonicators for species of crop that must be fertilized by anther stimulation (buzz pollination). Bumblebees and wasps can perform this type
of pollination, but HONEYBEES CAN'T. 30-50% of crops require BEE pollination, wind alone just doesn't cut it and would reduce yield. So farmers will
have to buy bees as they are dying off by buzzilions, and it just might be the only bee commercially available to them is a GE proprietary MONSANTO
bee that has been engineered ideally for the GE markers in Monsanto crops ie scent, pheremone, nectar, flower color - all phenotypes tweeked by
Monsanto cultivar selection.
it could be as simple as splicing a nasanov protein sequencer into Monsanto GMO crops which serve as a strong pollination attractant.