Monsanto hired mercenary Blackwater to infiltrate anti-GMO groups

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Recent investigation reveals that Blackwater has been busy expanding its corporate reach by providing intelligence services for agencies such as the Canadian Military, Netherlands Police and corporations like Monsanto.

Journalist Jeremy Scahill, who wrote a book about Blackwater, wrote an exclusive for The Nation, revealing general details of the extent of the Blackwater business operations. Scahill managed to obtain documents that, according to Scahill, show that:”… entities closely linked to the private security firm Blackwater have provided intelligence, training and security services to US and foreign governments as well as several multinational corporations, including Monsanto, Chevron, the Walt Disney Company,and banking giants Deutsche Bank and Barclays. Blackwater’s work for corporations and government agencies was contracted using two companies owned by Blackwater’s owner and founder, (Knight of Malta) Erik Prince:
Total Intelligence Solutions and the Terrorism Research Center.

A spokesperson for Monsanto, reached by Scahill, first denied the relationship with Blackwater, but then admitted that Monsanto had paid Total Intelligence for intelligence reports: “… about the activities of groups or individuals that could pose a risk to company personnel or operations around the world which were developed by monitoring local media reports and other publicly available information. The subject matter ranged from information regarding terrorist incidents in Asia or kidnappings in Central America to scanning the content of activist blogs and websites.”

The news that Monsanto hired a Blackwater company for intelligence reports is rocketing around the world via anti-GMO activists. Blogger Rady Ananda summed up the relationship between Monsanto and Blackwater as ” A death-tech firm weds a hit squad.””

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One Response to “Monsanto hired mercenary Blackwater to infiltrate anti-GMO groups”

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