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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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