Monday, July 15, 2013

US Military, Monsanto Targeting GMO Activists and Independent Scientists, New Investigation Alleges

Sayer Ji
Activist Post

A shocking new investigative report from the largest daily newspaper in Germany alleges that Monsanto, the US Military and the US government have colluded to track and disrupt both anti-GMO activists and independent scientists who study the adverse effects of genetically modified food.

As revealed yesterday by Sustainable Pulse, on July 13th the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung detailed information on how the US Government "advances the interests of their corporations," focusing on Monsanto as a prime example.

The report titled, "The Sinister Monsanto Group: 'Agent Orange' to Genetically Modified Corn," described a 'new fangled cyber war' being waged against both eco-activists and independent scientists by supporters and former employees of Monsanto, who are described as "operationally powerful assistants" and who have taken up sometimes high-ranking posts in the US administration, regulatory authorities, and some of whom have connections deep within the military industrial establishment, including the CIA.
Monsanto contacts are known to the notorious former secret service agent Joseph Cofer Black, who helped formulate the law of the jungle in the fight against terrorists and other enemies. He is a specialist on dirty work, a total hardliner. He worked for the CIA for almost three decades, among other things as the head of anti-terroism. He later became vice president of the private security company Blackwater, which sent tens of thousands of soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan under US government orders. 
Thanks to Snowden and Wikileaks, the world has a new idea of how these friends and partners operate where power and money are concerned. The whistle-blowing platform published embassy dispatches two years ago, which also included details about Monsanto and genetic engineering. 

For example, in 2007, the former US ambassador in Paris, Craig Stapleton, suggested the US government should create a penalties list for EU states which wanted to forbid the cultivation of genetically engineered plants from American companies. The wording of the secret dispatch: "Country team Paris recommends that we calibrate a target retaliation list that causes some pain across the EU." Pain, retaliation: not exactly the language of diplomacy.
The report details the case of Australian scientist Judy Carman, whose work on GMOs underwent heavy criticism by Monsanto supporters. Soon sites that published her work were attacked by hackers with apparent military connections:
Hackers regularly target various web pages where Carman publishes her studies and the sites are also systematically observed, at least that is the impression Carman has. Evaluations of IP log files show that not only Monsanto visits the pages regularly, but also various organizations of the U.S. government, including the military. These include the Navy Network Information Center, the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Army Intelligence Center, an institution of the US Army, which trains soldiers with information gathering. Monsanto’s interest in the studies is understandable, even for Carman. “But I do not understand why the U.S. government and the military are having me observed,” she says.
The report went on to describe the ongoing though mostly failed crusade of the United States, seemingly on behalf of Monsanto, to open up the European Union's markets to genetically engineered food and feed crops. According to the report:
The USA is hoping that negotiations started this week for a free-trade agreement between the USA and the EU will also open the markets for genetic engineering. 
The Americans want to use the Free Trade Agreement to open the European GMO Market. The negotiations will be detailed. Toughness will rule the day. US President Barack Obama has therefore appointed Islam Siddiqui as chief negotiator for agriculture. He has worked for many years for the US ministry of agriculture as an expert. However, hardly anyone in Europe knows: From 2001 to 2008, he represented CropLife America as a registered lobbyist. CropLife America is an important industry association in the United States, representing the interests of pesticide and gene technology manufacturers – including of course Monsanto. "Actually, the EU cannot accept such a chief negotiator because of bias", says Manfred Hausling, who represents the Green Party in the EU parliament.
If this report is accurate, we can assume that Monsanto has so thoroughly populated both the government and military industrial complex with its own supporters that any remaining illusion of there being a division of Corporation and State has now been dispelled. Worse, we are bearing witness to the preeminence of the Corporation over State, the very definition of a corporatocracy.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank You! Great Post!

Anonymous said...

"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power."

Benito Mussolini

Hide Behind said...

Full Spectrum Warfare includesa nation using all its "National Assets", and economic warfare is but one facet of our overall Dominionist strategy.
The old Merchant city states such as what one found in the Italian and Netherlannds when semi royalty raised armies to conquer markets and defend itself from competing economic forces never died but went national.
Why foes it take $100,000 plus to a political party in orderto become an Ambassador, or as in cse ofKennedy a hand me up because of connections to hals of industry and power..
you do not just get concidered for Ambassador positions to podunk ass backwards african nations that are resource rich but dollar poor,you buy the position or a corporate sponsors your appointment.
Our State and other executive branches as well have loads of old timets kids getting all kinds of bureau appointmeents. which just happen to be lobbied for by industrial military political financially v
connected firms.
Cheneys daughter was an undersecretary of middle eastern affairsand one of Bush Girls jetted around world as UNICEF REP AND OTHER AS WOMENS RIGHTS REP ALL AT UN AND US SECURITY DURING DADDYS PRESIDENCY AND THEY FLEW ON CORPORATE JETS FROMONE LATIN AMERICAN NATION AFTER ANOTHER, UNOFFICIAL COMMERCIAL AMBASSADORS.
The state has always been an arm of both corporate interest backed by military power; All that has changed is the US using hi tech has the "Intelligence superiority over all pther nations.
That andthe cold blooded morals of. those early Italianmerchant familys, that did not mind when it came to killing family and even a Pope when it came to making money.

Anonymous said...

soon your choice will come down to eating your gmo or taking a bullet.

Anonymous said...

We live on a giant slave plantation called The UNITED STATES totally operated by the Fascist Corporate Regime we call a government.




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always anonymous said...

And if you won't eat that gmo, then Guantanamo force-feeding follows . . . after all, depopulation via disease must be carried out, more humane than bullets and also supports the 'health' system.

Anonymous said...

And if you won't eat the GMOs they have a fallback with the Chemtrail spraying. There is no escape. God help us. beholdapalehorse.tv

Jeffrey Dach said...

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