The year is 2022. The film is centered on New York City where 40 million people live. Due to worldwide over- population and the greenhouse effect (this keeps the Earth’s surface unbearably hot due to pollution, which has exhausted the natural resources and any nourishment for the populous), the city’s infrastructure has broken down, water is rationed, there is no sun, no stars, no rainbows, no nothing. Fresh food is non-existent, and, except for the wealthy, the population lives on “Soylent Green”. To put it bluntly, life sucks big time.
So, Charlton Hesston, who plays a cop in the city, undertakes finding the source of “Soylent Green”. He finds that “Soylent Green” is the dead people being fed back to the living people.
Let’s see who would be in the running for opening the first “Soylent Green” factory:
These guys are the world’s largest chemical company. They make plastics, automotive and coil coatings, feed supplements, raw materials for pharmaceuticals, and agriculture chemicals. During World War 2 they were a part of I.G. Farben that facilitated the use of 6 million Nazi prisoners as today’s lab rats. For almost 30 years after the war, they filled their highest positions with former members of Hitler’s regime. Five of BASF’s manufacturing plants if the US rank right up there with the worst 10% of similar companies for toxic chemical releases. Oh yeah, in 2001 they were fined by the Environmental Pollution Agency for almost 700 violations related to importing and selling millions of pounds of toxic pesticides.
Dow is the largest chemical company if the US. They are famous for napalm, nerve gas used in World War 2 (chlorpyrifos), plastics and Styrofoam. They have managed nuclear weapons facilities and are in the coal business. They have refused payment or environmental cleanup for over half a million victims of a pesticide plant disaster. The E P A has surprisingly charged them with for withholding over 250 nerve gas poisoning incidents, and are now is the government addressing their endless dumping of dioxins into Michigan’s waterways. Last but not least, they have allowed their toxic pesticide DBCP to cause permanent sterility to thousands of farm workers.
They started as a gunpowder and explosives company. During the Civil War half of the Union armies gunpowder was produced by them and all the explosives used by the Allied forces in World War 1 was theirs.
During World War 2 they produced 4.5 billion pounds of explosives, developed weapons, was the principal maker of plutonium, and contributed to the Manhattan Project, which was the name before it became the Atomic Energy Commission. FYI, during WW 2 the cost of one atomic bomb was 5 billion dollars. In 2013 they were rated in the top 5 air polluters. They also hold the distinction for receiving the EPS’s largest civil administrative penalty for failing to comply with federal law. When they diversified into chemical production they gave us Nylon, Teflon and Lycra.
During the formation and naming of the corporation, the owners and executives came to a conclusion. They knew they could not compete with God, but they knew they had a shot at the Devil. They originally wanted to name the company Monsatan but they thought it might give the public a negative connotation. So, after much henpecking and marriage pressure, the owner acquiesced and gave the company his wife’s maiden name – Monsanto. If you think the former was sarcastic or satirical, you are clearly correct. Monsanto started out as a drug company with saccharin as its first product. In case you think saccharin is safe would you think of adding coal tar to anything to make it sweet. Saccharin comes from coal tar. Not wanting saccharin to stand alone to be ridiculed, they created Roundup Ready, Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone, Agent Orange, PCBs, and DDT. Hey, when it comes to creating a poison for people, these are the guys. When the first nuclear bomb was created, guess who was involved? Monsanto. Then in 1967, they allied themselves with I.G. Farben. Thank God they weren’t around during the Nazi era. To strongly adhere to the saying, “In God we trust, all others pay cash”, they have succeeded in paying off all the politicians that would accept payment. When Obama said he would call for the labeling of GMOs when he ran for President in 2008, he was paid off handsomely. Would there be any other reason Obama would appoint former Monsanto executives and hookers to key positions in US government agencies? Oh yeah, any company that dared label their milk products rBGH-free, got sued up the yin-yang.
So, now we have poison manufacturers saying they are farmers. To a degree that is true if you consider extracting crops (cash) from the never ending supply of land (pockets) agriculture.
It’s not enough to make fortunes from weapons, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and plastics, now it is complete control of the agri-food business. Does world domination ring a bell in anyone’s mind? Because of the payoffs, there is virtually no independent testing or research done as to the safety of their horrors. To add insult to injury, if a real farmer who buys their seeds attempts to save seeds for the next crop he is sued and screwed until he is black and blue.
Originally the herbicides and pesticides were to make the crops impervious to weeds and ukus (Hawaiian for bugs). Guess what? The herbicides and pesticides created super weeds and ukus resistant to the chemicals. So they did what any upstanding, people caring corporation would do – they increased the amount of poison sprayed on the crops.
The biotech industry says that their crops are safe. If so, why are they adamantly opposed to labeling GMO foods? One would think people would fight tooth and nail to buy them.
Interestingly enough, I received and email today to a link that blew my mind. Dr.Oz, of all people, did a piece against GMOs. Please take a look by clicking on the link.
Bear in mind that government if of, for, and by the PEOPLE, and there’s more of us than them. This is not the time to remain passive.