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Investigates Monsanto’s dark history, how it got started, what made it’s fortunes, and how it chose to expand its operations. With the help of their good friends within the media, politics and industry, they were fused together to form the atomic age of the military industrial complex. War bonds are advertised on TV, while the money is being spent testing chemical warfare. These chemical weapons are then purchased by the government and used on their enemy. These new fantastic products are then brought back to the homeland, and with the help of some color cartoons, these chemical weapons are marketed to everyone as the next new miracle product!
A wise man once said “more money, more problems”. This seems to be an understatement when it comes to Corporations like Monsanto. An inextinguishable urge to dominate industry and a feverish sense of competition, fueled Monsanto’s rise to the top. Their expansion into a diversity of markets , along with their willingness to push untested products is where we find ourselves today. In part 2 we observe Monsanto’s overall desire to dominate opposition and sway policy makers,
Historically, monopolies are opposed to competition. In search for ever increasing profits, corporations sometimes become so large that entire industries depend on their very existence. In many cases the corporation in question will actively seek to worsen the dependency to their products, until they have total control. Today that is happening with Monsanto. The corporation’s sensational thirst for profits has culminated into a devious plan to monopolize the agriculture industry and food itself.