Bayer and Monsanto Is A Match Made In Hell

The Bayer-Monsanto merger still needs approval from domestic regulators, including in Canada, yet, it’s likely the deal will go through. In this video Dan Dicks of Press for Truth explains how these rubber-stamp government agencies act as a catalyst to crony-capitalism, not a hindrance.


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    The title of the video is spot on. This world is control by Satan and his
    A SHORT TIME LEFT TO RULE*………………………………..,,*JOB 9:24*24
    The earth is given into the hand of the wicked: he covereth the faces of
    the judges thereof; if not, where, and who is he?

  • Javi chino

    No one, individually or as a group, can give consent for something to be
    done to someone else. That is simply not what ‘consent’ means. It defies
    logic to say, ‘I give my consent for you to be robbed.’ Yet that is the
    basis of the cult of ‘democracy’: the notion that a majority can give
    consent on behalf of a minority, That is not ‘consent of the governed’; it
    is forcible control of the governed, with the ‘consent’ of a third party.”
    – Larken Rose,Most Dangerous Superstition

    To argue that human beings need to have a rightful ruler, one with the
    moral right to forcibly control all others, and one whom all others are
    obligated to obey, does not change the fact that there is no such thing,
    and can be no such thing.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    “Whether an old lady is robbed by an armed street thug or by a
    well-dressed, well-educated “tax collector” makes no difference, morally or
    in practical terms.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    The bravest thing you’ll ever do is walk into a booth every few years,
    where no one can see you, and press a button, to say which of two
    slave-masters you’d rather be owned by.
    Larken Rose, The Iron Web

    Because of the belief in “authority,” agents of “government” are imagined
    to have the right to use force not only in the situations where everyone
    would have such a right, but in other situations as well, such as using
    force to collect “taxes.” It stands to reason that if everyone has the
    right to use “good force,” but “the law” supposedly authorizes agents of
    “government” to use force in other situations as well, then “the law” is
    nothing but an attempt to legitimize bad force. In short, “authority” is
    permission to commit evil—to do things that would be recognized as immoral
    and unjustified if anyone else did them.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous SuperstitioIn short,

    But all ʻlegal’ means is that the government told you to do it. The way
    people view law these days, whether something is ʻlegal’ or not depends
    only on who gave the order. If the people who call themselves ʻgovernment’
    do it, it’s legal. If anyone else does, it’s not. But whether the order
    itself is good or evil, and whether anyone should obey it, has nothing to
    do with who gave the order.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Iron Web

    In one sense, there is no positive, active solution to “government.” The
    ultimate solution is negative and passive: Stop advocating aggression
    against your neighbors. Stop engaging in rituals that condone the
    initiation of violence and reinforce the notion that some people have the
    right to rule. Stop thinking and speaking and acting in ways that reinforce
    the myth that normal people should be, and must be, beholden to some
    master, and should obey such a master rather than follow their own
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    Think what it implies when you say that a country needs leaders. In your
    day-to-day life, you interact with all sorts of other individuals. And
    that’s all society is: the collective name for lots of INDIVIDUALS. But for
    some inexplicable reason, we’re taught to believe that one huge,
    arbitrarily chosen assortment of individuals (the “citizens” of one human
    livestock farm–I mean, “country”) need some control freaks acting as
    intermediaries in order to interact with a different arbitrarily chosen
    assortment of individuals (the “citizens” of some other human livestock
    farm–I mean, “country”). Because gee, how could I and some random person
    in the middle of China possibly leave each other alone if we didn’t each
    have a gang of narcissistic sociopaths claiming to “represent” us? Oh, wait
    a minute. That’s exactly how and why pretty much ALL wars happen: because
    different gangs of power-happy psychos pit their pawns against each other
    in violent conflict, while claiming to “represent” subsets of humanity. One
    more example of how “government” is a problem posing as its own solution.
    Larken Rose

    “Since these two—consent and governing—are opposites, the concept of
    “consent of the governed” is a contradiction.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    The message here is not that we should try to create a world without
    “authority”; instead, the message is that it would behoove human beings to
    accept the fact that a world without “authority” is all that has ever
    existed, and that mankind would be far better off, and people would behave
    in a far more rational, moral and civilized manner, if that fact were
    widely understood.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    If you personally advocate that I be caged if I don’t pay for whatever
    “government” things YOU want, please don’t pretend to be tolerant, or
    non-violent, or enlightened, or compassionate. Don’t pretend you believe in
    “live and let live,” and don’t pretend you want peace, freedom or harmony.
    It’s a simple truism that the only people in the world who are willing to
    “live and let live” are voluntaryists. So you can either PRETEND to care
    about and respect your fellow man while continuing to advocate widespread
    authoritarian violence, or you can embrace the concepts of self-ownership
    and peaceful coexistence, and become an anarchist.
    Larken Rose

    When enough people understand reality, tyrants can literally be ignored out
    of existence. They can’t ever be voted out of existence.
    Larken Rose

    In short, the defining factor which makes something “government” is the
    perceived legitimacy and righteousness of the power and control it exerts
    over others—in other words, its “authority.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    In short, government does not exist.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

  • Mike

    Three sources have reported in the past week or two that AG Farben is
    acquiring Bayer for 66 billion dollars. Is this the same merger, or is
    something else happening here? There was no mention of Monsanto!

  • camillako

    big big topic. on the flip side we absolutely need the tecnology to feed 7
    8 or 9 billion people with the same useable land as we had when we
    struggled to feed 1 billion. it is not all so straightforward as the clip

  • Patrick Watt

    ya they will tale over the food supply and more than likely start putting
    vaccines in the foods…we all should be very very angry over this

  • Canadian Observer

    words of Geoff Lawton, “All the worlds problems can be solved in the
    garden”. And after spending 5 years implementing permaculture in my own
    life, I believe it!

  • jim cognition

    Be sure to screenshot the views/likes count on videos like these each day..
    Google is known to manipulate and changing these things, and this gives us
    a good indication to what topics they are applying techniques of censorship
    to. Mark Dice had a video about this where he shared his screenshots.

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