That's why the Germany-based chemical company recently announced that it's planning to cooperate with French authorities in pursuing justice against Monsanto executives who engaged in unethical, and possibly illegal, black ops spying and surveillance programs against their corporate enemies in Europe.
In case you missed it, French prosecutors have indicated that they're planning to aggressively pursue Monsanto, to the maximum extent that the law allows, for its role in creating "hit lists" aimed at journalists, lawmakers, regulators, and others whom the company deemed as a threat to its global chemical conquest.
More than 200 names, it turns out, have thus far been uncovered within these Monsanto hit lists. And Bayer is reportedly contacting all of them to let them know that they were among Monsanto's many targets.
"It's safe to say that other countries in Europe were affected by lists ... I assume that all EU (European Union) member states could potentially be affected," stated Matthias Berninger, Bayer's head of public affairs and sustainability, during a recent press conference.
"There have been a number of cases where – as they would say in football – not the ball was played but the man, or woman, was tackled," he added.
Though it's still unclear whether or not Monsanto did anything illegal in this regard, Berninger did admit – which is rare for a corporation to do so – that "a Rubicon [was] clearly crossed" when Monsanto collected non-publicly available data on targeted individuals.
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Monsanto didn't just target its opponents in Europe, by the way. For years, the company also went after Natural News and other similar truth purveyors that, unlike the mainstream media, didn't tow the politically correct line about genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and crop chemicals.
It's just that in Europe, authorities apparently take much more seriously corporate bullying and harassment, and want to hold Monsanto accountable for committing crimes against humanity in its pursuit of total agricultural dominance.
But that doesn't mean that we can't rally the troops here at home, and force Monsanto to face similar justice for targeting people like Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, the Food Babe, and Jeffrey Smith from the Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT).
Adams has already issued a public plea to Bayer, calling on the company to sit down with him to discuss the persecution he's personally endured at the hands of evil Monsanto executive and corporate lackeys.
"It is possible that the culture of Bayer is not nearly as evil and corrupt as the culture of Monsanto, which is why I am willing to sit down with Bayer's internal investigators and privately detail the illegal tactics that have been used against myself and others who spoke out against the multiple criminal activities carried out by Monsanto's 'black ops' teams," says Adams.
"This is a rare opportunity for Bayer to hear directly from the victims of the Monsanto 'black ops' division that Bayer likely was not aware it was acquiring when it purchased Monsanto, since the entire division operated in secret and relied on internal corporate money laundering to obfuscate its operations."
Be sure to read Adams' full article at this link.
You can also learn about the 13,000+ lawsuits currently pending against lawsuit for poisoning people with Roundup (glyphosate) at NaturalNews.com.
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