Behind the rioting in Ukraine and Thailand: Monsanto

(WMR)—WMR’s sources on Wall Street have cited the mega-producer and pusher of genetically-modified food products, Monsanto, as a key player, along with hedge fund national economy pillager George Soros, as the key players behind the current political turmoil in Ukraine and Thailand.

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych abruptly halted talks on steering Ukraine into the European Union after it became clear to him that the position of Ukraine as the “bread basket” for eastern Europe, including Russia would be harmed by European Union trade deals that would open up Ukraine’s wheat fields to Monsanto’s adulterated wheat crops. Russia, in particular, saw the EU deal with Ukraine as threatening its economic survival.

The minions of Soros and CIA popular uprising mastermind Gene Sharp of Cambridge, Massachusetts’s Einstein Institution, immediately took to Kyiv’s Maidan Square to call for the ouster of Yanukovych and his government after the deal with the EU was suspended by Yanukovych. It was recently revealed, thanks to the hacking of STRATFOR by America’s latest political prisoner, hacktivist Jeremy Hammond, that two Serbian groups organized by Sharp, Soros, and the CIA to overthrow Serbian president Slobodon Milosevic, OTPOR! and CANVAS (Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies), coordinated their strategies with the CIA-affiliated private intelligence group Strategic Forecasting, Inc. (STRATFOR).

CANVAS’s Srdja Popovic, a so-called pro-democracy agitator, was unmasked as a U.S. intelligence asset who avoided any activities that ran counter to U.S. policy, including any OTPOR! or CANVAS support for the Palestinian cause. STRATFOR is also close to the Israeli Mossad with its CEO, George Friedman, being a top defender of Israeli persecution of Palestinians and Israeli Arabs.

The uprising against Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the sister of one-time Soros ally-turned-opponent. former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, ousted in a CIA-inspired military coup in 2006, is also inspired by elements aligned with Monsanto.

Whereas Ukraine is eastern Europe’s breadbasket, Thailand is Asia’s “rice bowl.” Yingluck has made several statements that any agreement on a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade zone must take into account the needs of Thailand’s farmers, who serve as the bedrock of popular support for Yingluck’s “Red Shirt” movement. After Yingluck came to the defense of Thailand’s farmers, who would oppose any attempt by Monsanto to introduce genetically-modified rice to the country (which previously occurred with Haiti, which saw its rice industry decimated), pro-royalist “Yellow Shirt” protesters took to the streets of Bangkok.

Bangkok became a replay of Maidan Square in Kyiv. Corporate-controlled “rent-a-mobs” demanded the resignations of the democratically-elected governments of Yanukovych and Yingluck. These attempted coups are formulated in the board rooms of Wall Street, with money from Monsanto, logistical support from the CIA, and mobs courtesy of the OTPOR!, CANVAS, Soros’s Open Society Institute, and National Endowment for Democracy agitation networks.

It’s past time for Soros, STRATFOR, Monsanto, and others to prosecuted for violation of the Logan Act, which forbids Americans from engaging in their own foreign policies.

Previously published in the Wayne Madsen Report.

Copyright © 2013

Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist and nationally-distributed columnist. He is the editor and publisher of the Wayne Madsen Report (subscription required).

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