It will go down in history as the greatest economic scam ever. Bayer paid $66 billion for Monsanto and everyone’s wondering why.
Some 13,400 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto after its leading herbicide Roundup (glyphosate) was deemed a probable carcinogen. A jury awarded a plaintiff $289 million in the first case, reduced upon appeal to $78.5 million. But before anyone at Monsanto could celebrate, the next jury ordered them to pay $2 billion (yes, that’s a “b”). With another 13,398 cases to go (and growing), Bayer was nonetheless happy to pay $66 billion for Monsanto, knowing full-well these lawsuits could make the tobacco settlements of the 1990’s look like chump change.
What would you have done if you were the Scottish CEO of Monsanto? That’s easy. You’d have done the EXACT same thing our hapless Scottish president did when things started to unravel for him back in January of ’17. Turn to the Jews for help. Zionist Jews that is.
The other theory, stupidity on the part of Bayer’s Jewish CEO Werner Baumann, does not hold water. This was anything but a mistake. He knew exactly what he was doing, as did Hugh Grant, the CEO of Monsanto, when he took the deal, and just as Trump did when he bombed Syria twice, dropped a $314 million MOAB on a handful of terrorists in the middle of nowhere, scrapped the Iran deal, and moved the American embassy to Jerusalem. And guess who Baumann plans to make pay the entire bill? You and me, that’s who… and then some.
How you ask?
Everyone who eats meat needs to hear the story of Upton Sinclair and his 1906 bestselling book, The Jungle, an exposé on the corrupt American meat industry. Sinclair went undercover and revealed how unsafe industrial meat was, and how deplorable working conditions were, contrasted with ma-&-pa butchers who’d been feeding us safely without any exploitation of labor for centuries. When President Teddy “trust buster” Roosevelt picked up a copy of his book, Sinclair thought the worst actors in the industry would be shut down. But before you could say “campaign donation,” the big meat packers had travelled to Washington to “help” the Roosevelt Administration write up new regulations that failed to solve any of the problems, and which drove countless ma-&-pa butchers who were unable to comply with the new regime, onerous and completely useless as it was, right out of business. It’s what’s known as over-regulation, leading Sinclair to lament, “I aimed at the public’s heart, and by accident I hit it in the stomach.”
With this as our backdrop, here’s what’s really happening today: Roundup has been OFF patent for many years. It is, as such, an afterthought for investors, with many chemical companies making off-brand or generic versions of glyphosate. And with all those lawsuits pending, you might think someone would have to be crazy to even remotely involve himself with anything associated with this probable carcinogen.
What happens when something is deemed dangerous? Is it banned? Were cigarettes banned? Nope.
Glyphosate is going to be OVER-REGULATED, just like cigarettes (just like the American meat industry after Sinclair’s book), alongside alcohol, marijuana, opioids, gasoline, and uranium, making it valuable once again by chasing away all those off-brand chemical companies who won’t be able to afford complying with the new regulations that are sure to come, effectively returning glyphosate to the full-commercial purview of its new “owner,” the new “boss,” Bayer.
This will afford Bayer more than enough revenue to cover all the lawsuits, even if they exceed the trillion-dollar mark, a carbon copy of what happened when consumers, not any cigarette company, were forced to pick up the tab from all the cancer lawsuits back in the 1990s, a bill that has yet to be paid off, and perhaps never will… by design.
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Other articles in this edition:
Culture of Death Watch
Global Internet Censorship: Lockdown Begins in Canada
Food Wizardry: Bayer Buys Monsanto
by Mischa Popoff
By E. Michael Jones
Ben Shapiro: and the Myth of the Judeo-Christian West
by Vernon Thorpe