Bayer finally admits what researchers like F. William Engdahl (Seeds of Destruction) and Marie-Monique Robin (The World According to Monsanto) told us years ago: Mon(ster)santo engaged in extraordinarily "sharp practice" to combat GMO opponents. Bayer admits that its newly acquired "Monsanto" division had a black ops component:

Bayer Ordered To Pay $2 Billion In Roundup Damages; Admits Spying On Influential Europeans

BOMBSHELL: Bayer discovers “black ops” division run by Monsanto, shuts it down, initiates internal investigation as law enforcement prepares criminal charges against the chemical giant


Posted in

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. zendogbreath on May 18, 2019 at 1:41 am

    i’m giving the strongest-twig-to-jump-off award to robert. i had wondered why those cases seemed to go so easily. i remember medtronic going through similar slam dunk cases where freedom of information act disclosures utterly crushed medtronic’s defense. it was insane that they did not settle before going to court. just as it’s insane here that bayer/monstersanto did not settle with these plaintiffs. medtronic took it to the supreme court and got out from under their load by the technicality that the states had no jurisdiction – federal preemption. bayer knows and had to know they had no chance in the court room. they probably put up little to no real defense. how many of the supreme court justices used to work for monsanto?

    • zendogbreath on May 18, 2019 at 2:03 am
      brent wisner is apparently going to meet clarence thomas. perhaps that’s the reason rfk jr is involved in all these cases where the fed will try to crush state rulings. think that would drive the states to revolt in a color revolution? how many different horror story industries does the fed need to ram down the throats of how many citizens of how many states before secession becomes the norm? and the only sane response?

  2. Sandygirl on May 17, 2019 at 9:20 pm

    I was reading today about the thalidomide drug given to pregnant mothers for morning sickness. The drug caused severe malformations for 20,000 newborns and thousands of miscarriages.
    A trial started in 1970 against the pharmaceutical company Grunenthal and 9 of the research doctors. During the war quite a few of the doctors had worked in the Nazi camps experimenting on the prisioners. After the war they went to work for Grunenthal. The non-executive chairman was Otto Ambros, one of the inventors of the nerve gas sarin, and in charge of the construction of the Auschwitz IG Farben plant. Dr Martin Staemmler, one of the top people in the Nazi racial hygiene and eugenics setup also was employed there.
    After a few weeks the German gov’t shut the trial down. They granted Grünenthal immunity from any further criminal proceeding and all the men went free.
    Today thalidomide is still used to “successfully ” treat medical conditions of leprosy, multiple myeloma, crohns disease, HIV and others.
    In 2014 the “WHO met with thalidomide experts to re-look at the diagnostic criteria in light of the Brazil tragedy” Brazil and India have newborns with the same deformities.
    Experiment on humanity is ongoing. Who – Why?

  3. zendogbreath on May 17, 2019 at 1:07 pm

    doc, this monsanto black ops division is so open on monstersanto and so common in other companies, (look at what merck did in australia over vioxx – and i’d argue everywhere in the research killings and clinician killings) that bayer is probably exposing this to dump monstersanto and get a better discount on their purchase. doug bowersox made a good point of the technology needed for robotized ai controlled farming that bayer picked up. and like you said most likely bayer wanted that black ops division.

  4. Robert Barricklow on May 17, 2019 at 11:28 am

    Bayer to use “Silver Bullet” defense…
    because it stops claims across the board.
    Precedence: Bates vs Dow Agrosciences.

  5. anakephalaiosis on May 17, 2019 at 8:07 am

    The American corporate contract killing hit lists on Europeans have been in place since WWII.

    Once there was a venerated Icelandic Bard named Guðmundur Kamban, who was murdered.

    His murderers, and their descendants, are still unnamed and protected by the Danish government.

  6. goshawks on May 16, 2019 at 10:30 pm

    (I couldn’t view this video through the site window. HTML5 problem. I had to go to Youtube, download it with Video DownloadHelper, and view it on my computer with VLC.)

    On the basic problem of why Bayer bought Monsanto with all the legal problems in the wings, I had a thought: Genetics. Not as applied to food crops;basic genetics. (I am not a biologist, so this is speculative.) Plant and animal genetics converge and overlap at deeper levels. If one were looking for *ahem* outliers among the human population, one might seek broader knowledge of genetics than simple ‘human’ genes. Who knows who/what one might turn-up? This broader genetic-expertise might indeed be worth the legal problems brought-along with the absorption of Monsanto…

    (I could also see the ramped-up French legal investigations as a way to blindside the powers behind Macron. It is likely that the Rothschilds were up to their eyeballs in this ‘merger’; they were on the advisory board that facilitated said merger. If you were part of the Establishment but wanted to ‘hurt’ Macron & Co., this would be a good avenue to pursue…)

    • zendogbreath on May 17, 2019 at 2:03 pm

      interesting ideas. these are the strongest arguments i’ve seen in a while that indicate a chink in the rothtillian armor plating. wonder who the bard is that will put a well place arrow in this smaug. q would have us believe it will be tronald dump. or rfk jr. or jfk jr.

  7. WalkingDead on May 16, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    Even if they banned glyphosate today world wide, the inter generational effects would be with us for several generations. The same applies to their toxic seeds. These two companies, and others as well, are responsible for a century of misery and death. Are they too big to jail? Time will tell.

  8. Robert Barricklow on May 16, 2019 at 8:00 pm

    E-Book Platforms.
    The writers should realize their work is going to be changed As though, sometime in the future it’s being brought to the silver-screen. Kiss your child’s tense future perfect goodbye!

    Now, back to the video[41 seconds in] …

    Bayer not a transnational cartel bank to be bailed out,
    is it?

    Monsanto/Bayer had a black ops division?
    Not one now?
    Wait till they trace the Monsanto/Bayer investigation leads, in these countries, right into their own corporate government backyards.

    An investigation that should have taken place years ago to stop this monster in its tracks.
    What changed?

    Bayer: We apologize for being caught.

    Drive international courts w/teeth.
    Now, after the poison foods, start going after the other monsters; like the banking cartels, the biggest drug addicts on Earth.

    Will any tell tale signs show up like GMO labeling? GMO farmers suing? GMO foods being outlawed?
    What’s going to be the fallout[if any]?

    • Bryce on May 17, 2019 at 1:23 pm

      I saw a candy by Nestle that actually did label made from “genetically engineered” ingredients.

    • zendogbreath on May 17, 2019 at 1:08 pm

      go tulsi. scares me that she’s already in contact with cfr. just the same i’m more concerned that she’ll be the lindberg of our generation.

Help the Community Grow

Please understand a donation is a gift and does not confer membership or license to audiobooks. To become a paid member, visit member registration.

Upcoming Events