While American citizens were busy worrying about topics we shouldn’t even be fighting over in the first place, President Obama signed a bill which ensures one of America’s largest corporations will remain virtually untouchable to harmful litigation.
According to CBS News, I’m not the only critic who has something to say on that matter. Some may be aware that Obama signed “Monsanto Protection Acts” into law, but do they even know what that means?
Monsanto is a huge company that is responsible for making chemicals like agent orange and tear gas, but somehow they’ve become the source company for a vast majority of our food. The company’s stock prices are at an all time high, according to their own website. How those two things correlate is something you can find more information on in a public document called Agenda 21 covered by Glenn Beck.
Not only is Monsanto imposing a monopoly, which is supposed to be against the laws of free enterprise, but it’s also scary when you know the whole story.
Consider: “He who controls the food, controls the world” – Henry Kissinger.
Our president just signed legislation which protects this particular corporation from litigation while we were all arguing amongst ourselves about who’s allowed equal rights and guns.
Other problems arise as Monsanto’s reach extends further than into our pockets and dinner tables. American and Canadian farms are being seized as Monsanto sues land generations-long land owners for growing Monsanto seed without permission, even if those seeds started growing in said field because of uncontrollable circumstances such as wind or animal movement.
Our president just signed into law an act which protects this company from legal ramifications if someone should get sick or experience gene mutation because of things like withholding medical care due to unpredictable mutations in the seeds they own, seeds which make up a huge portion of what we eat. According to Soyatech, much of the corn now grown around the world is genetically modified for herbicide and/or pest resistance
That said, I want everybody to keep in mind what the big picture is here: Our leaders seem to use our distractions against us, leaving us pit against one another, and then our leaders sign laws which give them inexhaustible control over our lives.
We all want equal rights, and I don’t see why we can’t agree to disagree and let everyone fend through the grips of their eternal fate for themselves. Local plumber and sports coach, Shawn Martin, states, “There is a saying that goes “MC = $$”. (Mass Confusion = Money). Keep everyone guessing, or thinking about something else, or arguing over something, then make your move on to something else.” It’s obvious that it doesn’t take an Ivy League graduate or a philosopher to figure out the gist of things.