(FINANCER OF THE “CONSTITUTION AND PARLIAMENT” – CODESA
A financer is someone who provides money for a particular undertaking.
Why did the Gates and Soros not drink glasses of Glyphosate themselves but send it to us to use? Alles gaan oor mag en beheer en om die bevolking te verminder. Grootskaalse mediese uitgawes gee aanleiding tot hul ander maatskappye wat gekoppel is aan “medikasie”.
Hoeveel onkostes is daaraan verbonde en hoeveel 15% VAT gaan aan die regering as daar een kanker pasiënt gediagnoseer en behandel word. Vir jare wat so ‘n pasiënt in depressie verval, ekstra myle loop om net ‘n menslike bestaan te voer sonder pyne. Kanker is ook nie die enigste siekte wat voortspruit uit hierdie gifstowwe nie. Dit raak ook omgewing en dier omgewings.
Dus – watter boere werk saam met Monsanto? Regdeur alle kontinente – who are the farmers that work with Monsanto (now Bayer).
Soros planne – OSF.SA Monsanto
Wat doen Monsanto – Bayer – George Soros in Suid Afrika? AgriSA – die “smeulende” landbousektor en “voedselsekerheid. Is daar ‘n gemeenskaplike belang – waarskynlik. Why is Monsanto here in South Africa and they finance AgriSA too.
Monsanto – George Soros – Suid-Afrika
Alles gaan oor mag en beheer en om die bevolking te verminder. Grootskaaelse mediese uitgawes gee aanleiding tot hul ander maatskappy. Is al hierdie dinge juis so geplaas om die toestande van mense deur plaasprodukte veroorsaak word en die skuld dan voor die deur van boere gelê kan word.
AGRISA word ook gefinansier deur Monsanto… Boere moet gerus sorg dra wat hulle aan ons verkoop en indien dit Monsanto produkte bevat, dink twee keer vir al daardie gesondheidseise. Mense wat sieklik of gebreklik is, gaan nie Soros of Gates dagvaar nie, dis die boer wat plant en verkoop.
SAFETY AND SECURITY
During the Agri SA congress on Thursday, 12 October 2017 Monsanto SA announced a R1-million contribution in partnering with the Agri Securitas Trust Fund. In 2015 Monsanto committed R250 000.
Monsanto’s funding is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to the local farming community in South Africa (SA).
“Monsanto is committed to supporting the rural and agricultural communities in SA,” said Kobus Steenekamp, Managing Director Monsanto SA. “We are proud to collaborate with an institution such as Agri Securitas in the protection of our farming community, which includes farmers, farm managers and workers as well as their families. We hope that our contribution will aid in the improvement of farmer security as well as that of rural communities in our farming areas.”
Beyond the funding commitment, Monsanto also encourages other stakeholders to fully participate in the endeavours of the Agri Securitas Trust Fund.
The Agri Securitas Trust Fund aims to make additional financial resources available to farming communities so that they can improve their own security as well as that of other communities living in the area.
An important aspect in considering funding for projects is the cooperation that exists between local communities and the South African Police Service (SAPS). All projects that are supported must also be implemented within the statutory and institutional framework. Since the Trust Fund has no executive capacity, it executes its mandate via other organisations such as farmer associations.
The Trust Fund was established by Agri SA after the Summit on Rural Safety on 10 October 1998 to make a contribution towards promoting rural safety. The Trust Fund remains committed to promoting a safe and prosperous agricultural sector in South Africa by maintaining a positive attitude and through constructive action.
More about Agri Securitas Trust Fund
The Agri Securitas Trust Fund Board is chaired by Japie Grobler, with Kobus Visser from Agri SA as functionary.
Various factors and circumstances give rise to farm crime and attacks. It poses a multi-level challenge to address this problem and, in doing so, enables rural South Africa to perform to its full potential.https://www.agriorbit.com/monsatocontributestrustfund/
Leading the charge is George Soros, a major shareholder in Monsanto, the world’s largest seed company and producer of genetically modified seeds. Monsanto is the biotech giant that brought you Agent Orange, DDT, PCBs, dioxin-based pesticides, aspartame, rBGH (genetically engineered bovine growth hormone), RoundUp (glyphosate) herbicides, and RoundUp Ready crops (seeds genetically engineered to withstand glyphosate).
Monsanto now appears to be developing genetically modified (GMO) forms of cannabis, with the intent of cornering the market with patented GMO seeds just as it did with GMO corn and GMO soybeans. For that, the plant would need to be legalized but still tightly enough controlled that it could be captured by big corporate interests. Competition could be suppressed by limiting access to homegrown marijuana; bringing production, sale and use within monitored and regulated industry guidelines; and legislating a definition of industrial hemp as a plant having such low psychoactivity that only GMO versions qualify. Those are the sorts of conditions that critics have found buried in the fine print of the latest initiatives for cannabis legalization.
Studies show that Monsanto without much fanfare conducts research projects on the active ingredient in marijuana, namely THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), in order to genetically manipulate the plant. David Watson of the Dutch company Hortapharm has since 1990 created the world’s largest collection of Cannabis seed varieties. In 1998, the British firm GW Pharmaceuticals signed an agreement with Hortapharm that gives GW Pharma the rights to use the Hortapharm cannabis for their research.
In 2003 the German Bayer AG then signed an agreement with GW Pharmaceuticals for joint research on a cannabis-based extract. In 2007, Bayer AG agreed to an exchange of technology with . . . Monsanto . . . . Thus Monsanto has discreet access to the work of the cannabis plant and its genetic modification. In 2009 GW Pharmaceuticals announced that it had succeeded in genetically altering a cannabis plant and patented a new breed of cannabis.
Monsanto could have even greater access to the Bayer/GW research soon. In March 2016, Monsanto approached the giant German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer AG with a joint venture proposal concerning its crop science unit. In May, Bayer then made an unsolicited takeover bid for Monsanto. On May 24th, the $62 billion bid was rejected as too low; but negotiations are continuing.
The prospective merger would create the world’s largest supplier of seeds and chemicals. Environmentalists worry that the entire farming industry could soon be looking at sterile crops soaked in dangerous pesticides. Monsanto has sued hundreds of farmers for simply saving seeds from year to year, something they have done for millennia. Organic farmers are finding it increasingly difficult to prevent contamination of their crops by Monsanto’s GMOs.
In Seeds of Destruction, Engdahl quotes Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon’s Secretary of State. Kissinger notoriously said, “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.” Engdahl asserts that the “Green Revolution” was part of the Rockefeller agenda to destroy seed diversity and push oil- and gas-based agricultural products in which Rockefeller had a major interest. Destruction of seed diversity and dependence on proprietary hybrids was the first step in food control. About 75% of the foodstuffs at the grocery store are now genetically manipulated, in what has been called the world’s largest biological experiment on humans.
Genetic engineering is now moving from foodstuffs to plant-based drugs and plant-based industrial fibers. Engdahl writes of Monsanto’s work in Uruguay:
Since the cultivation of cannabis plants in Uruguay is allowed, one can easily imagine that Monsanto sees a huge new market that the Group is able to control just with patented cannabis seeds such as today is happening on the market for soybeans. Uruguay’s President Mujica has made it clear he wants a unique genetic code for cannabis in his country in order to “keep the black market under control.”
Genetically modified cannabis seeds from Monsanto would grant such control. For decades Monsanto has been growing gene-soybean and GM maize in Uruguay too. George Soros is co-owner of agribusinesses Adecoagro, which planted genetically modified soybeans and sunflowers for biofuel.
Other commentators express similar concerns. Natural health writer Mike Adams warns:
[W]ith the cannabis industry predicted to generate over $13 billion by 2020, becoming one of the largest agricultural markets in the nation, there should be little doubt that companies like Monsanto are simply waiting for Uncle Sam to remove the herb from its current Schedule I classification before getting into the business.
In a 2010 article concerning Proposition 19, an earlier legalization initiative that was defeated by California voters, Conrad Justice Kiczenski noted that criminalization of cannabis as both industrial hemp and medical marijuana has served a multitude of industries, including the prison and military industry, the petroleum, timber, cotton, and pharmaceutical industries, and the banking industry. With the decriminalization of cannabis, he warned:
The next stage in continuing this control is in the regulation, licensing and taxation of Cannabis cultivation and use through the only practical means available to the corporate system, which is through genetic engineering and patenting of the Cannabis genome.
AUMA: Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?
Suspicions like these are helping to fuel opposition to the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), a 2016 initiative that would rewrite the medical marijuana laws in California. While AUMA purports to legalize marijuana for recreational use, the bill comes with so many restrictions that it actually makes acquisition more difficult and expensive than under existing law, and makes it a criminal offense for anyone under 21. Critics contend that the Act will simply throw access to this medicinal wonder plant into the waiting arms of the Monsanto/Bayer/petrochemical/pharmaceutical complex. They say AUMA is a covert attempt to preempt California’s Compassionate Use Act, Proposition 215, which was passed in 1996 by voter initiative.
Prop 215 did not legalize the sale of marijuana, but it did give ill or disabled people of any age the right to grow and share the plant and its derivatives on a not-for-profit basis. They could see a doctor of their choice, who could approve medical marijuana for a vast panoply of conditions; and they were assured of safe and affordable access to the plant at a nearby cooperative not-for-profit dispensary, or in their own backyards. As clarified by the 2008 Attorney General’s Guidelines, Prop 215 allowed reimbursement for the labor, costs and skill necessary to grow and distribute medical marijuana; and it allowed distribution through a “storefront dispensing collective.” However, the sale of marijuana for corporate profit remained illegal. Big Pharma and affiliates were thus blocked from entering the field.
At the end of 2015 (effective 2016), the California state legislature over-rode Prop 215 with MMRSA – the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act of 2015/16 – which effectively rewrites the Health Code pertaining to medical marijuana. Opponents contend that MMRSA is unconstitutional, since a voter initiative cannot be changed by legislative action unless it so provides. And that is why its backers need AUMA, a voter initiative that validates MMRSA in its fine print. In combination with stricter California Medical Association rules for enforcement, MMRSA effectively moves medical marijuana therapy from the wholistic plant to a pharmaceutical derivative, one that must follow an AUMA or American Pharmaceutical Association mode of delivery. MMRSA turns the right to cultivate into a revocable privilege to grow, contingent on local rules. The right to choose one’s own doctor is also eliminated.
Critics note that of the hundreds of millions in tax revenues that AUMA is expected to generate from marijuana and marijuana-related products, not a penny will go to the California general fund. That means no money for California’s public schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, roads and other infrastructure. Instead, it will go into a giant slush fund controlled by AUMA’s “Marijuana Control Board,” to be spent first for its own administration, then for its own law enforcement, then for penal and judicial program expenditures.
Law enforcement and penalties will continue to be big business, since AUMA legalizes marijuana use only for people over 21 and makes access so difficult and expensive that even adults could be tempted to turn to the black market. “Legalization” through AUMA will chiefly serve a petrochemical/pharmaceutical complex bent on controlling all farming and plant life globally.
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Soros moet gedwing word om ook ‘n drankie te drink van sy eie mengsel wat hulle vervaardig en uitdeel.
DRINK ONE LITRE A DAY, GEORGE SOROS – YOU AND YOUR FAMILY FOR 6 MONTHS…
Patrick Moore said glyphosate, a key ingredient in the Monsanto pesticide Roundup, was safe to drink. But he balked when offered a glass of it.