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Nazi-Founded Bayer Chemical Company Wants to Buy Satan-Inspired Monsanto for $42 Billion... It's a Perfect Match Made in Chemical Hell

The Nazi-created Bayer company -- whose former chairperson Fritz ter Meer served a prison sentence for committing crimes against humanity -- wants to buy Monsanto for $42 billion, reports Bloomberg (link below). The acquisition, if approved, would place Monsatan under control of a murderous chemical company steeped in Nazi science and crimes against humanity.

For those who have never learned the true history of Bayer, check out this Natural News article:

Dr. Fritz ter Meer, a director of IG Farben who was directly involved in developing the nerve gas, Zyklon-B, which killed millions of Jews, was sentenced to seven years in prison but was released after four years through the intervention of Rockefeller and J.J. McCloy, then U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. An unrepentant Fritz ter Meer, guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity, returned to work in Bayer where he served as Chairman for more than 10 years, until 1961.

This same ter Meer, a convicted Nazi war criminal, went on to become one of the initiators of the Codex Alimentarius Commission in 1962, an organization that was nurtured by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and latterly the World Trade Organization (WTO).

Now, according to Bloomberg.com, Bayer has been "exploring a potential bid for U.S. competitor Monsanto in a deal that would create the world's largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals."

Bloomberg seems to celebrate the idea of combining the evil of Nazis with the Satanic death and destruction of Monsanto, explaining, "Putting the world's largest seed maker together with the German company that invented aspirin would bring together brands such as Roundup, Monsanto's blockbuster herbicide [Roundup], and Sivanto, a new Bayer insecticide."

As if that's a good thing?

 

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