THE MOTIVE BEHIND THE MONSTER
Temecula, CA – In high school my last year, I wrote a piece called, 'The Art of Being Nice'.The theme was that if people just chose to do the right thing they could make the world a better place. It was naive and based on the message of my church. At the March Against Monsanto I attended at Laguna Beach last Saturday, my heart was touched by young GMO Free children who wondered the same thing almost 50 years later as we had an open question session for the march participates. It is the question of 'Why?'.
Listening earlier to Brett talk of his experiences, speaking about the Monsanto and other Ag Science companies spokespeople who act soulless, the question of 'how' seemed to lurk just underneath the veil in his passionate speech to the gathered concerned crowd. It might be easy to write off the motive of Monsanto as monetary but that's a cop-out, and you could tell that Brett felt that. In fact, Brett Wilcox seems to be where I was after reading The Emperor Wears No Clothes, the third time. I had now come to recognize true evil because it stood naked in front of me, convicted by reason.
But evil isn't evil to evil. Evil is a plan to make things better. Hitler received The Pope's blessing because he told the pontiff that medical research from the sacrificed Jews would move idiopathic medicine forward a thousand years and dispel all the 'folk remedies' that were based on witchcraft and magic herbs instead of the Church sanctioned established doctors. As you walk into the Temecula Hospital and look around at the future, right or wrong, Hitler delivered. So what is Monsanto's plan and where did it come from? Part one of the series 'What's Wrong In This Picture'.
The history of Monsanto starts over a hundred years ago but the motive behind Monsanto's plan began thousands of years ago. It has taken this long for the pot to boil. There are actually two origin stories, one physical and one metaphysical.