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Bayer Said to Explore Bid for $40 Billion Seed Company Monsanto

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Oh, joy! Look at this, one criminal corporation is looking to buy another criminal corporation. Bayer is on a par with Monsanto, why not buy them out?  Read the entire article and see how these mega corporations are consolidating and not just these two. They are becoming and some already are more powerful and had gdp numbers that dwarf many countries.  

Bayer AG is exploring a potential bid for U.S. competitor Monsanto Co. in a deal that would create the world’s largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals, according to people familiar with the matter.

The German firm has held preliminary discussions internally and with advisers about buying Monsanto, which has a market value of almost $40 billion, said the people, who asked not to be named because the deliberations are private.

Bayer, which is valued at about 84 billion euros ($96 billion), has discussed how to finance a deal including potential asset sales, the people said. No final decision has been made and the Leverkusen-based company could decide against a bid or pursue other transactions with Monsanto, including joint ventures or asset sales, the people said.

Representatives for Bayer and Monsanto declined to comment.

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, and Sivanto, a new Bayer insecticide lethal to aphids and whiteflies but not to bees, as well as seeds for crops ranging from corn to sugar cane.



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Man. they are really trying too hard to get into the EU. Bayer can be traced back to the Nurenberg War Criminal Tribunal which was a catch and release program.

A few years later, the Nuremberg War Criminal Tribunal convicted 24 of the I.G. Farben executives for mass murder, slavery and other crimes against humanity; however, in less than 7 years, every single murderer was released, and began consulting American corporations. From 1950 to 1980, Bayer, BASF, and Hoechst filled their highest position, Chairman of the Board, with convicted mass murderers.



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Oh man this can't be good. Their already trying to ram the tpp down our throats so they can force their way into countries that ban gmo and glyphosates, wtf is next on their list. 

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