On the morning of Friday, September 20th, the Bonn, Germany-lead Climate Change investors launched their Climate Strikes across the globe, lobbying for laws that benefit their 1,500 middlestand companies, as well as their mineral, oil and pharmaceutical giants like Bayer, BASF, ABinBev (Anheuser Busch), Sanofi and others, by targeting locations where their competitors are struggling to survive, while enjoying freedom from all Climate regulations in their own cities.
Countries where German giants like BASF and Bayer make their products, like China and India, have UNESCO sanctioned sites, without restrictions, leading to rampant pollution. It’s the same in the United States. BASF has a chemical plant on the Mississippi River with a 54/100 rating – but you won’t find a Climate Strike there. In fact, it’s listed as the golden standard of “green.”
So I wrote a thread. You can find it here.
Of course, it lead to some digging, and when I dig, I tend to find a lot. This day… I found quite a bit. I found their corn crop research, and how they use taxpayers to fund it, and turn our kids into their own:
During my digging, I found the motherload: the University of Lincoln-Nebraska, and its CropWatch site. It’s been doing a lot of research on corn since 1994, a very specific year, considering the UN Earth Summit in 1992.
Within hours of posting my research, UNL switch their home page to this:
Not a good sign.
Enjoy the thread. Much was discovered.
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