Thursday, January 12, 2012

Setting the Record Straight: Did Monsanto Really Buy Blackwater (Xe)?

Anthony Gucciardi
Activist Post

There has been a great deal of publicity over the potential purchase of Blackwater (now known as Academi, and Xe before that) by mega corporation Monsanto.

While the two seem to be a great match, as they both fail to consider the morality and consequence of their actions, it seems that Monsanto is only involved with Blackwater in infiltrating activist groups who are opposed to the biotech giant — an operation quite sinister enough.

The truth of the matter is that Academi (Blackwater) was purchased by private investors, and the heavily sourced article written by Jeremy Scahill in The Nation actually says nothing about Monsanto buying Blackwater.

What the articles does say, however, is that Monsanto and Blackwater are indeed working together to target anti-Monsanto activists and organizations.

Known as far back as 2010, Blackwater’s client list included Monsanto, Chevron, Walt Disney and many more.

According to documents obtained by Scahill, it was also revealed that Monsanto was willing to pay upwards of $500,000 in order for Blackwater to join anti-Monsanto activist groups and infiltrate the ranks. Furthermore, a number of Internet-based tactics could be utilized as incognito PR for Monsanto, who undoubtedly knew opposition would mount against their GMO crops as more individuals became aware of the dangers.

Amazingly, the document stated that Monsanto was 'concerned about animal rights activists' and that they discussed how Blackwater could 'have our person(s) actually join [activist] group(s) legally.'
Of course this occurred back in 2008, and Monsanto admitted in e-mails that the relationship lasted until around 2010 — near the time the information came to light. Raw Story reports:
In an… e-mail to The Nation, Wilson confirmed he met Black in Zurich and that Monsanto hired Total Intelligence in 2008 and worked with the company until early 2010.
Even though Monsanto may not have purchased Blackwater, their relationship with them remains quite clear. Both organizations are noted for their crimes against humanity, and they really do have a twisted synergy of sorts, so it is quite easy to see how the topic became viral.

While they may not be owned by the same individuals, one thing is clear: the relationship between these two companies is enough cause for alarm.

Explore More:
  1. Monsanto Discovered Among Blackwater’s Hidden Clients
  2. USDA Steps Back and Gives Monsanto More Power Over GMO Seeds
  3. Monsanto Admittedly Influences Colorado GMO Ban, Launches Phony ‘GMO Co-Existence’ Protests
  4. Leaked: US to Start ‘Trade Wars’ with Nations Opposed to Monsanto, GMO Crops
  5. Monsanto Declared Worst Company of 2011
  6. Poland Joins Ranks of Grassroots Anti-Monsanto Activism
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Anonymous said...

If a person or country states they don't want
whatever is being solicited, then that is the
end of it. Get lost and take your wares else-
where. Free choice.

Anonymous said...

There is no free choice when there iis money involved, only coersion and anything else they can find

Anonymous said...

I think the first commenter doesn't understand how aggressive Monstanto is.

Anonymous said...

By force of law You WILL buy Monsanto...and insurance or whatever our dictator orders, but you don't have to buy the line of political BS you are being fed...not yet anyway!

XENO said...

A nation of criminal intent!

Anonymous said...

Hundreds of millions of armed civilians are really hard to murder, jail, or prosecute in any way.

If they murder us all, there is no more country, no more workers, no more federal tax dollars coming in for them.

We the People have the ultimate power, it is just too bad that we're all too cowardly to use it properly, especially when it is justified against soul-less crooks and murderers like the lot we have.

Anonymous said...

The Fema coffins are to scare people. The American peoples fate is to become the new 3rd world country of the western hemisphere.

Its easier to destroy a country economically than to kill everyone. Monsanto is simply a way to create health problems so that some money can be made on "soft kill" along the way.

"America's assignment with destiny" Manly P. Hall

Anonymous said...

How to catch a undercover blackwater mercenary or other undercover agent in activist reunions:
explode a paper bag or a ballon behind their backs,if one tries to reach for a gun even they might not be carring one,you caught him, ;)

Anonymous said...

By pushing thru GMO alfalfa [which was never sprayed with roundup anyway] they have effectively crippled the organic meat market. No worries you can buy GMO salmon.

Anonymous said...

Crimes against humanity? Monsanto? For what? Agent Orange? Did they use agent Orange on Vietnam? Nope, that was the US government. That's like saying Ford is culpable for drunk drivers..

Genetically modified foods? Like the strain of rice fighting malnutrition in Asia? Or the Hawaiian papaya that saved their entire industry? Get real. The enemy's are in D.C. leave the greedy to be dealt with after the evil.

Anonymous said...

I think you are conveniently forgetting the 250,000 or more farmers in India committing suicide because of GMO crops. Also if GMO's were such a lifesaver and good thing it would not need to be hidden from the public's labeling on food. GMO's = Dealth

Anonymous said...

While you are free to buy whatever you want, the idiot that posted this obviously doesn't understand that Monsanto is bullying and strong arming small farmers all over the world out of business. They have the US government in their pocket and are constantly trying to pass laws to further perpetuate their control and domination as our sole food supplier. That would be a very bad thing for all of us. Read up on what they do, not just here but around the world before you spew nonsense.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 12:46 AM
Are you seriously trying to defend Monsanto? And comparing the manufacture of cars to that of a deadly toxin? That's so damn derpy I can't even. Just be glad that YOU are not among the scores of people whose lives Monsanto has deliberately ruined trying to turn a profit. If you honestly believe they're giving their carcinogenic GMO garbage away out of some sense of altruism, you sir, need help.

When you've dislodged your hand from Monsanto's ass, I suggest you do some research on Monstanto and all the crimes they've gotten away with (or tried to) over the years. You are not at all in your right mind defending them.

In June 2001 Monsanto was accused by farmers of Ninh Thuan province of pressuring them to use genetically modified seeds that resulted in corn and maize crop failures and economic ruin.

Monsanto, a manufacturer of Agent Orange, was happy to duplicate the
methods of federally funded studies. By omitting five deaths in the
exposed group and putting four exposed workers in the control group,
they were able to hide a 65% higher death rate in the workers exposed
at the Nitro plant.

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