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April 26, 2012

Blamed for Bee Collapse, Monsanto Buys Leading Bee Research Firm

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Blamed for Bee Collapse, Monsanto Buys Leading Bee Research Firm

Anthony Gucciardi 
April 19, 2012

Monsanto, the massive biotechnology company being blamed for contributing to the dwindling bee population, has bought up one of the leading bee collapse research organizations. Recently banned from Poland with one of the primary reasons being that the company’s genetically modified corn may be devastating the dying bee population, it is evident that Monsanto is under serious fire for their role in the downfall of the vital insects. It is therefore quite apparent why Monsanto bought one of the largest bee research firms on the planet.

It can be found in public company reports hosted on mainstream media that Monsanto scooped up the Beeologics firm back in September 2011. During this time the correlation between Monsanto’s GM crops and the bee decline was not explored in the mainstream, and in fact it was hardly touched upon until Polish officials addressed the serious concern amid the monumental ban. Owning a major organization that focuses heavily on the bee collapse and is recognized by the USDA for their mission statement of “restoring bee health and protecting the future of insect pollination”
could be very advantageous for Monsanto.

In fact, Beelogics’ company information states that the primary goal of the firm is to study the very collapse disorder that is thought to be a result — at least in part — of Monsanto’s own creations.

What’s more, Beelogics is recognized by the USDA, the USDA-ARS, the media, and ‘leading entomologists’ worldwide. The USDA, of course, has a great relationship with Monsanto. The government agency has gone to great lengths to ensure that Monsanto’s financial gains continue to soar, going as far as to give the company special speed approval for their newest genetically engineered seed varieties. It turns out that Monsanto was not getting quick enough approval for their crops, which have been linked to severe organ damage and other significant health concerns.

Steve Censky, chief executive officer of the American Soybean Association, states it quite plainly. It was a move to help Monsanto and other biotechnology giants squash competition and make profits. After all, who cares about public health?

It appears that when Monsanto cannot answer for their environmental devastation, they buy up a company that may potentially be their ‘experts’ in denying any link between their crops and  bee decline.


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  1. Thank you, thank you for helping to keep us informed and guiding us to positive, healthy choices. I pray that wisdom spreads around the globe on issues such as this.

    Comment by Susan Steele — April 26, 2012 @ 8:40 PM

  2. Oh thank you Susan, blessings of health, peace and love to you! Patricia.

    Comment by admin — April 27, 2012 @ 9:34 AM

  3. Your article was excellent and disturbing as it should be. I would not have thought that Monsanto would go to such lengths to try to cover up what they are doing to the health of this planet and people. I first read about Monsanto and the effects their products have on the environment in Mother Earth News a few years ago. That one article was enough to make me go organic as a gardener. I am still amazed at the people that refuse to do stop using products that cause so much devastation. My garden is alive with bees in the summer and it makes me hopeful that if enough people wise up and start becoming stewards of this planet, that perhaps the bees will make a come back. Keep up the good work!

    Comment by Angela Ray — May 22, 2012 @ 9:47 PM

  4. Oh thank you Angela. This article was not written by me, but it reflects my sentiments on Monsanto and I wanted to get the word out. Blessing of Health, Peace and Love, Patricia.

    Comment by admin — May 23, 2012 @ 2:48 PM

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