It has been a while since we've had to update the GMO scrapbook with the latest news concerning I.G. Farbensanto, but this article spotted and shared by (and with our thanks to) M.W. necessitates an update. Before we get to that, however, first a word to bring more recent readers up to speed about our "diction and usage."  "I.G. Farbensanto" is simply our nickname here on this website for "Big Agribusiness", the big chemical and seed cartels that have been pushing genetically modified crops, seeds, and foods, the most notorious of these being Monsanto, which we like to call "Mon(ster)santo".  Our nickname of "I.G. Farbensanto" was coined after the giant German chemicals and agribusiness firm, Bayer (yea, the same people who invented aspirin), bought controlling interest in Mon(ster)santo. Bayer, having been formerly a component of the even more gigantic German chemicals cartel I.G. Farben, the nickname I.G. Farbensanto seemed appropriate, as combining the worst features of the Farben cartel:  indifference to human or animal suffering, GMO foods, deadly chemicals, and lawfare against farmers it didn't or doesn't like.

So with that little excursion into our nicknaming protocols on this website explained, down to the article that was shared by M.W. itself:

Inside Bayer’s State-by-State Efforts to Stop Pesticide Lawsuits

Note that, amid the rising tide of nullification laws and other state-sanctioned or supported blowback against globaloonyism 9think only of the recent state efforts outlawing or banning the WHO treaty, or measures against Central Bank Digital Currencies, and so on), the analysts at I.G. Farbensanto, being the slow-witted Byzantine schemers that they are, have targeted the states themselves in an effort to head off yet more lawsuits being brought for bad effects from using their "products":

“To me,” she says, pointing at herself with both hands, her eyebrows raised, “Iowa’s farmers matter more than corporate interests.”

Srinivas, a Democrat, posted the video on February 7 to draw attention to a bill that was just starting to make its way through the statehouse. If passed, the legislation could prevent individuals who use pesticides from suing manufacturers based on the argument that the manufacturer should have warned them the products could cause cancer or another illness.

Srinivas is a physician, and one specific concern added to her outrage. Less than a year earlier, the Iowa Cancer Registry released data showing Iowa now has the second highest cancer rate in the country, after Kentucky, and is the only state where rates significantly increased between 2015 and 2019. For the first time, researchers at the Iowa Cancer Consortium have a plan to evaluate whether the incredible volume of weed- and bug-killers used in the state is a contributing factor (although an annual report released at the end of February focused more on high rates of binge drinking).

However, while other states have seen a flurry of more than 100,000 lawsuits brought by individuals claiming Roundup—the most widely used commercial product that contains the weedkiller glyphosate—had caused their cancers, Iowa stands apart. Especially in agriculture, most people trust the safety of pesticides, locals say, and Roundup is the most common and coveted.

In other words, I.G. Farbensanto hopes to head off lawsuits in states by introducing bills in states.

But if one reads the article further, one notes the concentration on glyphosate (the primary ingredient in the pesticide Roundup), and I am bold to suggest that this attention is a bit of a misdirection, an understandable one from I.G. Farbensanto's point of view to be sure, because that is what the vast majority of lawsuits against the company are being brought upon. But it should not be the primary foci for those concerned about GMOs in general. The primary concerns, when GMOs first began to appear, were (1) the use of lawfare to target farmers for license royalty violations on whose property GMO crops had sprouted, even if those farmers had not planted GMO crops. Such discoveries were literally made by corporate spies to detect if fields were sprouting crops from their seeds without payment; this lawfare strategy was allegedly, and according to some researchers, a particular favorite of Mon(ster)santo (and hence, how it acquired its nickname here); (2) the concern that farmers began to exhibit that heirloom seeds, i.e., non-genetically modified seeds, which could be stored and harvested for planting later and which generated their own offspring, were being carefully removed from the market, and replaced with GMO seeds with in many cases are incapable of regenerating, requiring the purchase of new seeds every year; (3) that there was no genuine intergenerational testing of the environmental and human impact on health not only of the specially-made pesticides, but of the GMO crops and foods themselves (which is really what the glyphosate lawsuits are about). Where such studies were attempted (France and Denmark for example) the results were quickly suppressed; and finally (4) the (somewhat crazy) concern that engineered genetic modifications, which were patentable and hence subject to financial licensing and royalty arrangements, might jump species and result in the modifications appearing in the populations consuming the GMOs, and thus extending a kind of "lien" on those populations.  When such concerns first appeared back in the 1980s, they were laughed at. No one is laughing now...

What I am getting at here is that there needs to be, at the state level, laws passed allowing farmers sure and certain access to heirloom seeds; and as states have been establishing their own state bullion depositories against the possibility of Central Bank Digital  Currencies and so on, they also need to ensure their food supply by establishing state Heirloom Seed Banks, free and clear of the attempts by the GMO cartels to control the food supply. And laws ensuring that need also to be passed. From there, the states need to make sure that their departments of agriculture are doing those long term intergenerational studies, and they need to make sure the people studying them did not formerly work for the very GMO businesses they're studying; in short, that there are no conflicts of interest.

See you on the flip side...


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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".

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  1. Richard on June 7, 2024 at 11:10 pm

    In one’s view, short of having a necessary encyclopedic recall of and capacity of the legal system and previous books on precedence it seems the teams of attorneys have their work cut out for the prize money – courtroom compensations and payouts.
    The business of harm verses no harm of herbicides-pesticides-fungicides-[this ‘n’ that-ah-cides] (for profits) has been seen in the frog and tadpole studies over the decades. Those presumably [safe cides] seem associated with gender changing those aquatic amphibian busy bodies of streams, ponds, lakes, and rivers. More recently, upright simian type population shifts. Some suggest that’s part of this Darien Gap migration flow besides for illegal profit sharing, illicit stuff trafficking, and just plain nasty business northward. That’s not to say that many folks making that trek just need a better way of life than what was theirs to start with. But this isn’t about decades and decades old political stupidity about immigration that’s been convenient for emotively shifting votes during an election cycle. All political Parties stink at that maneuver. Pitiful.
    Besides orbital, Solar, and geographical shifts there’s also that business of accumulating chemical buildup that’s associated with biochemical processes heading right into corporate board offices, suites, and island hangouts whether they accept it or not. No one is immune. Just think, with microplastics also showing up in the testes, you’d think that some of those makers of that swill were changing this upright simian type into a creature that has chitin for an integumentary system instead of the sloughing off of no longer useful outer skin cells that have served their purpose. In some ways, those chemicals seem to be attributing to cascade events that lead to cell growth out of control.
    Farb-what’s-it’s-name can keep its glyphocrap. One will continue to pluck out the weeds to reduce an unsightly curb-view of the premises. Need to get out of the house more often anyway.
    Dealing with the states opens the door at the Federal level with wide sweeping shifts in commercial rules and law(s).

  2. marcos toledo on June 7, 2024 at 7:34 pm

    The genocidal maniacs must be desperate their timetable of delivering human sacrifices to their masters must be falling way behind or it’s not fast enough.

  3. cobo on June 7, 2024 at 4:35 pm

    Wait, wait, wait, where are the studies supporting, “binge drinking,” as a cure to geoglyphopoisoning?” Surely the alcohol cartels have been funding the research. After all, a good case of DTs wouldn’t be much without the bugs delusions.

  4. Terminal Tom on June 7, 2024 at 1:59 pm

    NOT a pesticide


    frequently used as a drying agent, meaning it may get sprayed on the product AFTER harvesting to speed drying and help prevent spoilage

  5. Robert Barricklow on June 7, 2024 at 11:27 am

    Are the States, now joining the “Best Democracies Money Can Buy?” global cabal?

  6. anakephalaiosis on June 7, 2024 at 5:42 am

    An empire is basically a big corporation, and the epigenetic resistance, against it, surfaces always, as a call for freedom of speech, and freedom of assembly, which, conveniently, is, what the words Elohim and Yahweh originally defined, as Abram’s Constitution.

    Scott Ritter, April 29, 2024:
    “Somebody could say: I disagree with that. Fine, I have the right to say it. Freedom of speech! I have the right to say it, with whom I want to. Freedom of assembly!
    (Timestamp: 17m45s)

    Scott Ritter, May 21, 2024:
    “Because, once you opt out of the path of reasoned compromise, and, you choose the path of impassioned violence, [then] there is only one result, and that is death.”
    (Timestamp: 2m26s)

    1. Scott Ritter speaks a language, that perfectly illustrates, how the concepts – Elohim and Yahweh – would have been perceived, originally, amongst warriors, in the Bronze Age.

    2. Freedom of speech (Elohim) implies the possibility of impassioned violence, and freedom of assembly (Yahweh) implies the possibility of reasoned compromise.

    3. Subsequently, Elohim and Yahweh are the underlying principles of any social contract, as a Constitution, which in Scandinavia is known, as Odin’s two brothers, Will and Woe.

    4. Abram’s Constitution is then expanded, into Jacob’s twelve-membered republic, as a precaution, against jeopardy of primogeniture, which could produce flawed leadership.

    5. Samuel’s intent, of producing a supreme commander, is then supplemented, by Elijah’s philosophy, which provides a criterion of maturity, that selects rightful leadership, by a runic riddle.

    Fallen Samaria rose in Crimea, and Crimean renaissance is Scythian revival of Asgardian ethnogenesis, which has the Vatican defeated, as a dragon slain, by St. George.

    • anakephalaiosis on June 7, 2024 at 5:59 am

      BTW, when big corporations translate “logic and reason”, into “Lord thy God”, then it is just a scam, which, when found out, mobilises pitchforks and nooses, and, in the 7th century BC, produced skull cups, when Scythians rode, which is the origin of the legend of the Knights of the Holy Grail.

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