Entry Submitted by Astrid at 1:23 PM EDT on October 31, 2016
We all know that Monsanto needs to be shut down as soon as possible and the first thought that comes to mind is to just buy them out and shut them down.
Thinking a bit deeper reveals some serious drawbacks.
1. It totally plays into the hands of the present (cabal) owners, who know that the tide is turning against them. With disclosure and NESARA their efforts to poison a majority of world population is doomed. What could be better for them than to sell Monsanto and be hydrated with the humanitarian funds (thus corrupting divine will) in order to come up with a new strategy of harming humankind??
Buying Monsanto (and the like) only makes sense if the present owners are securely locked up in jail and all their assets confiscated. Until then it seems better to strategize on how to force them into bancruptcy.
2. Without having researched their numbers in depth I assume that by now Monsanto, Bayer, Syngenta etc control at least half of the basic crops for world food production. In addition vast numbers of farmers rely on their poisonous chemicals to get rid of weeds. Stopping that from one day to the next would create a huge famine around the world...
3. I assume a majority of the employees of Monsanto are good people hanging on to their jobs from a necessesity to earn a living, while inwardly they may feel like quitting. What if we create a new company "Mon-Santeé" offering better terms and making use of their expertise to remedy the damage. Who would know better than those insiders ?
Thus it takes a lot of guts and deeper thinking to ensure that "our" humanitarian funds really end up for the best of humanity.
May God's will be my will and may he/she bless me with the insight to to discern what really is in the best interest of all of humanity.