"Combination of agriculture with manufacturing
Point 9 Communist Manifesto, Karl Heinrich Marx
"The atrocious system of poisoning, by poisons so
slow in their operation, as to make the victim appear, to ordinary observers,
as if dying from a gradual decay of nature, has been practiced in all ages." -
"The Committee of Research and Information on
Genetic Engineering (CRIIGEN) and Universities of Caen and Rouen studied
Monsanto's 90-day feeding trials data of insecticide-producing Mon 810, Mon 863
and Roundup® herbicide absorbing NK 603 varieties of GM corn.
The data "clearly underlines adverse impacts on kidneys and
liver, the dietary detoxifying organs, as well as
different levels of damages
to heart, adrenal glands,
spleen and haematopoietic system." - Gilles-Eric Séralini,
at the University of Caen
1901 Monsanto Chemical
Works founded by John Francis Queeny, a member of the Knights of Malta.
The first product is saccharin, sold to
Coca-Cola® as an
This is a patent infringment as saccharin is only manufactured in
of Agriculture investigates whether replacing sugar with saccharin violates
the Pure Food and Drug Act, a consumer protection law.
Roosevelt, a saccharin consumer, objects.
1911 Department of Agriculture proclaims food with saccharin
"adulterated" banning it except for use by medical patients who must avoid
World War I starts, and sugar
shortages prompt the government to lift saccharin restrictions.
1915 Caffeine and vanillin are added to Monsanto's product
line, and with Coca-Cola as a chief
customer, sales reach $1 million.
1917 Monsanto begins producing
aspirin, becoming the
top producer in the US, a title it held until the 1980s.
1928 Queeny passes on the incorporation to his son, Edgar M.
Queeny. Monsanto flourishes under the protection of high US tariffs.
1930 Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) begin to
Total global production of PCBs on the order of 1.5
million tons - US over 600,000 tons through 1977.
follows with nearly 450,000 tons through 1984.
1933 Expanding, the incorporation renames itself the Monsanto
Chemical. One of its products, styrene, will become critical to the US during
World War II.
1964 The variety of product offerings prompts the group to
rebrand as the Monsanto.
As a Government contractor
Monsanto manufactures Agent Orange, a highly toxic herbicide used by the US
military during the Vietnam War to clear jungles and starve North Vietnamese
introduces Roundup herbicide, now among the world's most widely used
1982 Monsanto's scientists are
the first to genetically modify a plant cell. Later, the incorporation acquires
the Jacob Hartz Seed known for its soybean seed.
1984 Vietnam veterans settle a
lawsuit with Monsanto for its role in exposing troops to
receiving a payout of $180 million, but the incorporation doesn't admit to
liability. According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the US
military exposed 4.8 million people to the herbicide, causing 400,000 deaths
and disfigurements and
birth defects in 500,000 babies.
Monsanto buys pharmaceutical firm G.D. Searle , patent holder of
Monsanto introduces a recombinant version of bovine somatotropin, a bovine
growth hormone (BGH, bST and BST) brand-named Posilac, a synthetic supplement
for dairy cows.
1996 Roundup Ready seeds genetically engineered to tolerate
Roundup herbicide are introduced. Roundup Ready
cotton, and other crops have
since dominated every market. The incorporation signs contracts to license corn
and soybean seeds from DeKalb Genetics and buys the
cotton and biotech corporation Agracetus.
Pyriproxyfen, a pyridine-based pesticide, found effective in protecting
cotton crops against whitefly.
Latin American Doctors Suggest Monsanto Larvicide Cause of
1998 Under the leadership of
lawyer and former urban affairs professor Robert Shapiro (former head of
NutraSweet® operations), the corporation spins off its chemical operations.
Monsanto then commits to biotech, with the official goal of helping
people "lead longer, healthier lives, at costs that they and their nations can
afford and without continued environmental
1999 After an $8 billion
licensing and buying spree, Monsanto becomes the foremost producer of
genetically modified seeds.
becomes a publicly traded corporation.
2006 Trace amounts of genetically modified
rice are found in US
The decline in rice futures costs US growers about
$150 million when the European Union, Japan, Russia, and other markets refuse
to purchase rice.
Department of Agriculture deregulates one of
the two grains implicated in the lawsuits in an attempt to salvage the
Over 30% of ricelands have been contaminated with
LibertyLink strains of rice designed to be resistant to the Liberty
"Traces of LL601 rice were discovered in the
rice grain merchandising system in Europe, Africa and Asia in August 2006." -
E. Neal Blue
"Aside from the risks involved in the process of
developing this genetically modified rice residues of the powerful herbicide -
LibertyLink (gluphosinate) - also put at risk those who will be consuming it on
a daily basis and at least two times a day. GMO rice should never be allowed to
enter Philippine shores again and threaten our rice supply in the future." -
Over 1200 farmers in Texas, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri file separate lawsuits against Bayer
The total costs incurred
throughout the world as a result of the
contamination are estimated to
range from $741 million to $1.285 billion.
agrees to pay $100 million to the University of California for patent
infringement of the bovine growth
2009 Federal jury rules in re Genetically Modified Rice
Litigation, 06-MD-01811, US District Court, Eastern District of Missouri (St.
Louis) that Bayer CropScience AG is responsible for the
farmers Ken Bell and Johnny Hunter long grain rice crops with genetically
modified organisms (GMO). Bayer CropScience AG admitted it was unable to
control the spread of its genetically-engineered organisms despite 'the best
practices' to stop contamination. Bayer
CropScience AG was ordered to pay just under $2 million in compensatory damages
as a cross-pollination event occurred mixing regular and genetically modified
modified corn seeds donated by
the earthquake. The
National Peasant Movement of the Congress of Papay call the
charity "a very strong attack on
small agriculture, on farmers, on Creole seeds and on what is left of
environment in Haiti."
2011 Public Patent Foundation, which consists of 60 farmers, seed
businesses, and organic agricultural organizations, files a lawsuit challenging
Monsanto's patents on genetically modified seed.
September 2011 Monsanto collects $85,000 from Vernon Bowman,
an Indiana soy farmer, for patent infringement.
September 2012A highly contested study finds that Roundup
herbicide and genetically modified
corn cause tumors and organ damage in rats.
October 2012 A television spot opposing Proposition 37,
California's genetically engineered food labeling initiative, is pulled. It
features a research fellow from a conservative
think tank posing as a Stanford
University professor and a founding director of the
FDA Office of Technology.
November 2012 Prop. 37 is defeated in
President Obama signs the
Monsanto Protection Act, which requires the Department of Agriculture to
approve genetically modified crops even if courts have ruled against them.
Nine Supreme Court justices
award a patent case to Monsanto against Indiana soybean farmer Vernon
Bowman, ruling that patent exhaustion doesn't apply to Roundup Ready soybean
According to the New York
Times, "The ruling has implications for many aspects of modern
agriculture and for businesses based on vaccines, cell lines and software."
Zombie wheat reports in
Oregon prompt Monsanto to issue a "We're here to help!"
June 2013 Connecticut passes the
nation's first GMO labeling law. Three weeks later, Monsanto EVP and chief
technology officer Robert T. Fraley wins the World Food Prize (the "Nobel Prize
of food"), along with two other scientists who work on GMOs. The incorporation
is one of the award's biggest donors.
2013 Monsanto expands weed-management
which come with cash, for farmers.
Washington state's GMO labeling initiative is defeated. A year after it ran,
the journal that published the study linking GMOs with cancer in mice, Food and
Chemical Toxicology, retracts the paper as the publisher is purchased by a
2014 The Natural Resources Defense Council petitions the EPA to
review its rules for
use to save plummeting monarch butterfly
March 2014 Monsanto partners
with MIT researchers to form Preceres LLC, a incorporation that will develop
new biological products for pest, virus, and weed control.
June 7, 2018 Bayer CropScience AG completes acquisition of
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