A blog dedicated to investigating events as they occur in Judea and Samaria, in Israel and in the world, and as they relate to global powers and/or to the Israeli government, public figures, etc. It is dedicated to uncovering the truth behind the headlines; and in so doing, it strives to do its part in saving Judea and Samaria, and by extension, Israel and the Jewish People, from utter destruction at the hands of its many external and internal enemies.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Re: Bush, Turner, Monsanto, and Paraguay ( Follow up on the thread ""Why the super-rich favor homosexuality and abortion"")

DS: I don't think anybody put two and two together. I read reports of Bush buying his ranch, and of Ted Turner. And then the video showed the large fields of Paraguay with the Monsanto soybeans..

But it seems I am a FIRST to put two. and two together. Tell me if you found anybody else saying that.

That BUSH is trying to corner this market is quite ominous, wouldn't you say? Specially considering his family's ties to Monsanto, IG Farben, etc.

It appears that the Bushes. this family of COMMONERS, are trying to RULE the world , together with the Bilderberg clique, by PRACTICALLY CORNERING THESE VITAL MARKETS. Granted, it could also just be for the purpose of a fantastic INVESTMENT, just like OIL was in the 70's until now.

Luckily, Paraguay is NOT the only source of water or soybean fields in the world. Still, I find this quite disturbing, wouldn't you say? President of the ""GREATEST DEMOCRACY"" IN THE WORLD trying to CONTROL the world for his own family and friends.


bill said:

Control of food and water means control of everything else.
That's why Monsanto is taking control of all seeds production, and that's why the elite want control of all water.
Sutton's law states that in attempting to diagnose a problem, one should first do the experiment that can confirm the most likely diagnosis.
The law is named after the bank robber Willie Sutton, who supposedly answered a reporter inquiring why he robbed banks by saying "because that's where the money is."

No comments: