The Complete History of Monsanto, “The World’s Most Evil Corporation” By E Hanzai

22 June 2014 — Global Research – Waking Times

monsanto roundupOf all the mega-corps running amok, Monsanto has consistently outperformed its rivals, earning the crown as “most evil corporation on Earth!” Not content to simply rest upon its throne of destruction, it remains focused on newer, more scientifically innovative ways to harm the planet and its people.

1901: The company is founded by John Francis Queeny, a member of the Knights of Malta, a thirty year pharmaceutical veteran married to Olga Mendez Monsanto, for which Monsanto Chemical Works is named. The company’s first product is chemical saccharin, sold to Coca-Cola as an artificial sweetener.

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Roundup In 75% of Air and Water Sampled … Causes Kidney Failure

28 February 2014 — WashingtonsBlog

A Vicious Cycle of Chemical Madness …

A new study from the U.S. Geological Survey – soon to be published in the  journal Enviromental Toxicology and Chemistry – finds that Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide (technically known as “glyphosate”) and its toxic degradation byproduct AMPA were found in over 75% of all air and rain samples in Mississippi in 2007.

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Is Monsanto’s Glyphosate RoundUp the New Agent Orange? By Christina Sarich

26 November 2013 — naturalsociety.com

Monsanto has been in the poison game for a long time. All the propaganda in the world can’t erase the fact that they first poisoned thousand of Vietnamese, Thai, and Koreans as well as countless American soldiers with Agent Orange, who only now receive compensation for the effects of Monsanto’s bio-warfare decades later. The proof is finally so pervasive that the company can no longer just sweep away evidence of their evil-doing.

Seeking Compensation for Vietnamese Agent Orange Victims, 52 years on By Marjorie Cohn and Jeanne Mirer

10 August 2013 — Global Research

Today marks the 52nd anniversary of the start of the chemical warfare program in Vietnam, a long time with NO without sufficient remedial action by the U.S. government. One of the most shameful legacies of the American War against Vietnam, Agent Orange continues to poison Vietnam and the people exposed to the chemicals, as well as their offspring.

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Video: Monsanto Baseball: Escaping Accountability in Corporate America

6 August 2013 — grtv 

deceptionsusa.com presents “Monsanto Baseball.” If you are Monsanto, you can commit the most egregious crimes against humanity but you are never guilty of any safety violations. In fact the EPA, FDA and USDA approve your products for public consumption.

Monsanto is a glaring example of everything that is wrong with Congress, the White House, the FDA, the EPA, the USDA, Media and Corporate America.

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The Sinister Monsanto Group: From ‘Agent Orange’ to Genetically Modified Corn

16 July 2013 — Global Research

The Americans do not only spy on governments, authorities and private individuals across the world with the help of their secret services; they also understand how to push forward the global interests of their companies with full force. An impressive example of this is the agriculture giant Monsanto, the leading manufacturer of genetically modified seeds in the world.

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Imperialism In The X-Factor Age By Colin Todhunter

26 October, 2012 — Global Research

In Vietnam, Agent Orange was dropped by the US to poison a foreign population. In Iraq and the former Yugoslavia, depleted uranium was used. In Western countries, things are a bit more complicated because various states have tended to avoid using direct forms of physical violence to quell their own populations (unless you belong to some marginalized group or hit a raw nerve, as did the Occupy Movement last year). The pretence of democracy and individual rights has to be maintained.

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History is the enemy as ‘brilliant’ psy-ops become the news By John Pilger

21 June 2012 — John Pilger

Arriving in a village in southern Vietnam, I caught sight of two children who bore witness to the longest war of the 20th century. Their terrible deformities were familiar. All along the Mekong river, where the forests were petrified and silent, small human mutations lived as best they could.

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Da Nang International Airport – Agent Orange and the Removal of Dioxin

17 October 2011 — AOAG

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Da Nang, Vietnam. Photo: Chuck Palazzo

 Da Nang International Airport
Agent Orange and the Removal of Dioxin: Status

History

Da Nang International Airport is the 3rd largest airport in Vietnam. Over 1 million passengers travel through the airport annually. This number is expected to rise to over 4 million passengers by 2020. In anticipation of this growth, there is a major project underway to expand the runways as well as the construction of a new international terminal. After the project is complete, the airport will have a total capacity of 6 million passengers per year.

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Len Aldis Interview on Agent Orange

15 March, 2010 — Len Aldis

William Blum: Anti-Empire Report, Number 75 How many countries do you have to be at war with to be disqualified from receiving the Nobel Peace Prize?

4 November, 2009 — www.killinghope.org

“It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets.” — Voltaire

Question: How many countries do you have to be at war with to be disqualified from receiving the Nobel Peace Prize?

Answer: Five. Barack Obama has waged war against only Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia. He’s holding off on Iran until he actually gets the prize.

Somalian civil society and court system are so devastated from decades of war that one wouldn’t expect its citizens to have the means to raise serious legal challenges to Washington’s apparent belief that it can drop bombs on that sad land whenever it appears to serve the empire’s needs. But a group of Pakistanis, calling themselves “Lawyers Front for Defense of the Constitution”, and remembering just enough of their country’s more civilized past, has filed suit before the nation’s High Court to make the federal government stop American drone attacks on countless innocent civilians. The group declared that a Pakistan Army spokesman claimed to have the capability to shoot down the drones, but the government had made a policy decision not to. 1

The Obama administration, like the Bush administration, behaves like the world is one big lawless Somalia and the United States is the chief warlord. On October 20 the president again displayed his deep love of peace by honoring some 80 veterans of Vietnam at the White House, after earlier awarding their regiment a Presidential Unit Citation for its “extraordinary heroism and conspicuous gallantry”. 2 War correspondent Michael Herr has honored Vietnam soldiers in his own way: “We took space back quickly, expensively, with total panic and close to maximum brutality. Our machine was devastating. And versatile. It could do everything but stop.” 3

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The New Great Depression Selected Articles 8-11 August, 2009

11 August, 2009 — Global Research

Award Winning Movie: “SUPERPOWER”:
Interview with Filmmaker on RBN this Thursday!
– by Barbara-Anne Steegmuller – 2009-08-15

Ward Churchill, Robert Prechter, Jane Burgermeister, and Bob Chapman on The Global Research News Hour
Program details, Aug 10-14
– 2009-08-14

9/11 Mind Swell
Scientific evidence refutes the official story
– by Joel S. Hirschhorn – 2009-08-11

The Real Grand Chessboard and the Profiteers of War
– by Prof. Peter Dale Scott – 2009-08-11

GDF Suez unit gets EU approval to take water firms
– 2009-08-11

Fiscal ruin of the Western world beckons
For a glimpse of what awaits Britain, Europe, and America, look at what is happening to Ireland
– by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard – 2009-08-11

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