It’s a corporation that strives to “meet the needs” of the population. According to them, the number one goal they have is to provide farmers
the crops they need to feed the world. They even say, “we’re all in this together.” But, is that really a good thing?
We’ve seen a number of threads on ATS noting the connections between Monsanto the most powerful entities on the planet:
Fox Pressured by Monsanto :: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Food “Safety” Bill Empowers Monsanto to Control Food Industry :: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Monsanto Truth - USDA, FDA, and EPA Favor Corporations Over Human Health :: www.abovetopsecret.com...
We could discuss old threads all day, but that’s not what I’m here to think about. Let’s talk about what Monsanto is trying to do here. I’ve
heard the saying multiple times, “he who controls the food controls the people.” Well, that’s precisely what Monsanto is trying to do. Between
their patents and sterile plants, they’re putting the strain on farmers worldwide. Not only that, they are manipulating the very building blocks of
life and putting everyone at risk.
Right now they are secure in their power, but what happens when they become challenged? What happens when someone has power and a desire to keep that
power? They get aggressive. Enter, what I’d like to call the Insurance Seed.
Let’s look at wikileaks for a moment. In the event of something dramatic happening, they’ve threatened to release the password to a file rumored
to have devastating secrets contained within. Whether or not that will actually happen is one more thing we could sit and debate all night long. But,
what happens if Monsanto takes that idea and plays the same ball in their own court?
Let’s say the scenario plays out like this:
A large number of countries and farmers threaten to end their relationship with Monsanto over a major concern. Once the movement begins to gain
momentum Monsanto decides to step in and take action. Wielding the power that they currently have gives them a great deal of leverage. They threaten
to take action if the movement is not stopped within a certain time span. What sort of action could they take? I worry they may have some sort of
Genetically Modified Organism that functions as their own plan B, the Insurance Seed. What If they threaten a staple food and target it with a
vulnerability that destroys entire swaths of a years crop?
What’s to stop them from using their genetic modification methods to produce rice or corn that synthesizes a hormone to stop human or animal
reproduction? There’s really no telling what they’re capable of, they’ve been working with genetic modification for years and I would hesitate
to underestimate them.
The reason I write this tonight is to ask the questions: Do you think it’s possible Monsanto could have such a plan in place? If so, what could we
do to combat it?
Thanks for joining me here tonight!
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