The best news I got last week was that the $289 million dollar verdict against Monsanto for their use of the herbicide Round-Up, led by Robert F. Kennedy. Jr. and his brave band of “Untouchables” caused an $11 BILLION DOLLAR drop in the price of its parent company, Bayer.
An article in Bloomberg News put it in perspective:
“The reliance of the U.S. company, and now, its German acquirer, on Round-Up extends far beyond just selling it as a weed-killer. Monsanto genetically engineered the DNA of corn, soybeans and other crops to make them resistant to Round-Up; it now makes more revenue from seeds and traits than it does from herbicide.”
You can read the Bloomberg article HERE:
The market value of the entire Monsanto company is only $66 billion dollars. A few more weeks like that and we’ve made some serious progress in destroying one of the most evil companies on the planet.
I mean, really, we can strike a blow against PESTICIDES AND GMOs at the same time?
These are good days to be alive.
The other good news last week is that President Trump called on the attorney general to sue pharmaceutical companies which produce opioids.
From The Wall Street Journal…
“In a cabinet meeting Thursday at the White House, Mr. Trump asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to bring a ‘major lawsuit’ against drug companies that ‘are really sending opioids at a level that it shouldn’t be happening.’ He said he wanted the attorney general to bring the suit at the federal level, rather than join existing litigation brought by the states.”
You can read the Wall Street Journal article HERE:
I want to put an idea into your mind as to what MAY be happening.
I will state VERY CLEARLY that I DO NOT KNOW if this is the truth.
But I suspect it is.
Before the election and during the campaign, President Trump was very clear he believed vaccines were linked to the increase in autism.
Shortly after he took office he met with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to discuss him heading up a Vaccine Safety Commission. We also heard that when Trump met with Bill Gates they talked about vaccines, with Gates assuring him that vaccines were completely safe.
From that point we have heard nothing.
If it were any other politician our community would rightly assume that it was simply a case of another candidate, from McCain to Obama to Hillary Clinton, who pretended to be on our side to get our vote, then to later betray us.
I get it.
However, I don’t think that’s Trump.
Trump has said many times he doesn’t think it’s smart to let the enemy know your battle plan…
Consider that as an operating principle. It’s different than the typical politician who has diarrhea of the mouth and never gets anything done. Do you wants words or actions?
When Trump launches his war, you can be certain there will be words, delivered through the bullhorn of Twitter.
I believe Trump looks at the pharmaceutical industry as a “tear-down.”
Tear-downs are a dangerous business. Lots of people can be hurt in the collapse and you can fail in your objective. You need to find an area of weakness to exploit for a controlled demolition and planned collapse. Remember, we anti-vaxxers are supposed to be”anti-science.”
The pharmaceutical companies hold the high-ground of science and trying to find answers to human suffering.
Let Trump CHANGE THE NARRATIVE by showing clearly to the American people that pharmaceutical companies have “hooked” hundreds of thousands of citizens on opioids AND KNEW WHAT WHAT THEY WERE DOING.
Do you think that in an environment where the American people were convinced that pharmaceutical companies had knowingly addicted people, they would be more open to a similar message that no such thing as vaccine safety exists?
Is it such a cognitive jump for the public to go from believing an industry that would knowingly addict people to a drug would also turn a blind eye to harm inflicted on children? I don’t think so.
If you believe what the mainstream media says about Trump, he can’t keep his mouth shut when an idea strikes him.
Why the silence on vaccines when he has tweeted about it so prolifically in the past?
Maybe he lost interest, or changed his mind. That is a reasonable inference at this time with the information currently available.
Or maybe the mainstream media has it wrong, and Trump has an easy time keeping quiet when it suits his purpose. Since the rapprochement with North Korea have you heard him refer to “Little Rocket Man?” Nope, now it’s “Chairman Kim.”
The man knows when to talk, when to insult, and when to refrain.
Personally, I think Trump is waiting for his moment of opportunity. I’ve made a study of the man. He is not rash. His provocations are strategic. He likes to win.
There’s a danger, though, in not telegraphing your moves to the enemy. And it’s that your allies don’t have any idea what your’e doing, either. In the swamp I’m sure it’s difficult to tell friend from foe. At this point I’m about 70% convinced Trump is simply maintaining operational silence as he moves to the target.
I want to address this directly to President Trump.
So many of us are in the dark, wondering if the dawn will ever break. I know your enemies are legion, but please do not forget your friends.
Send up a flare, President Trump. Something. Anything. It will keep our spirits high as we wait for the arrival of the long-promised cavalry of truth on the wickedness of the pharmaceutical companies.
Kent’s book PLAGUE was released by Skyhorse Publishing in 2014 and is now available in paperback. Skyhorse also publishes the work of Mo Yan, the 2012 recipient of the Nobel Prize in literature.
The book is co-authored with Judy Mikovits PhD. It is an indictment of the “Fake Science” we find so prevalent in the US.