It has been rumored for years that Monsanto plans to take over the cannabis industry with genetic engineering just as they have taken over the corn- and soy industries before.
Although former Nazi Collaborator, Bayer have always denied having any intentions to do so, at this point it is highly unlikely that anybody really believes them.
In contrast, many in the cannabis sphere are prepared to resist any kind of GMO takeover of marijuana by Monsanto or any of their cohorts.
Evidence is mounting, though, which points strongly to the notion that Monsanto does indeed plan to take control of the cannabis plant, and it does not look good for medical users, or anyone planning on getting into the industry.
Monsanto was voted the most evil company in the world in 2013 and its reputation has continued to fall since, after Bayer still went ahead with taking over Monsanto.
A merger between these two companies is unsurprising, as though they both have long histories of involvement with Nazism and chemical weapons like Agent Orange which has destroyed over 25% of the rain forest, since the bloody US occupation of Vietnam.
In fact, Bayer began as a break-off company of the infamous IG Farben, which produced the chemical weapons used during the Nazi reign. After the war, Farben was forced to break-up into several companies, including BASF, Hoeschst, and Bayer.
After all these years, Bayer is now richer and more powerful than their predecessor company I.G. Farben ever was.
Now, Monsanto and Scotts Miracle-Gro have already purchased three of the major cannabis growing companies: General Hydroponics, Botanicare, and Gavita.
It is logical that Bayer, being the parent company, would work together with Monsanto in order to share secrets which would advance mutual business. Many people in the cannabis industry have been warning about this hostile development.
It is possible that Bayer and Monsanto could create a monopoly on marijuana seeds in the same way that they have created a monopoly on corn and soy.
These corporations could place themselves in a position of total control over cannabis as a medicine as well as for recreational use by using the same model as they do with the food crops they control.
The Mind Unleashed / Crickey Conservation Society 2019.