Jon Rappoport ~ Monsanto Aliens

This article begins with some incredibly telling quotes from leaders in Monsanto, a biotech industry consultant, and the FDA. The quotes alone make a powerful and obvious statement of corruption and intent.

Monsanto aliens

by Jon Rappoport

April 1, 2014

“I recognized my two selves: a crusading idealist and a cold, granitic believer in the law of the jungle” – Edgar Monsanto Queeny, Monsanto chairman, 1943-63, “The Spirit of Enterprise”, 1934.

“Monsanto should not have to vouchsafe the safety of biotech food. Our interest is in selling as much of it as possible. Assuring its safety is the F.D.A.’s job” – Phil Angell, Monsanto’s director of corporate communications. “Playing God in the Garden” New York Times Magazine, October 25, 1998.

“Ultimately, it is the food producer who is responsible for assuring safety” – FDA, “Statement of Policy: Foods Derived from New Plant Varieties” (GMO Policy), Federal Register, Vol. 57, No. 104 (1992), p. 229

“What you are seeing is not just a consolidation of seed companies, it’s really a consolidation of the entire food chain” – Robert Fraley, co-president of Monsanto’s agricultural sector 1996, in the Farm Journal. Quoted in: Flint J. (1998) Agricultural industry giants moving towards genetic monopolism. Telepolis, Heise.

“People will have Roundup Ready soya whether they like it or not” – Ann Foster, spokesperson for Monsanto in Britain, as quoted in The Nation magazine from article “The Politics of Food” [49] by Maria Margaronis December 27, 1999 issue.

“The hope of the industry is that over time the market is so flooded [with GMOs] that there’s nothing you can do about it. You just sort of surrender” – Don Westfall, biotech industry consultant and vice-president of Promar International, in the Toronto Star, January 9 2001.

(Quotes compiled by the Organic Consumers Association.)

They don’t need to come from another galaxy. They’re aliens.

Their mindset is a combination of “let’s see what happens when we experiment on everybody without knowing what we’re doing” and “let’s wall ourselves off from life and compartmentalize our souls and act like soldiers taking over the Earth.”

This IS alien. Mega-corporate is alien to life. It thrives on machine existence. It gains its strength from acting like a machine. A machine that spouts lies at every opportunity to advance its agenda.

Mega-corporate spokesmen are programmed to emulate an image of science, emulate a thought-form that symbolizes science.

They’re cartoons of science. Mechanical cartoons.

Efficiency. Rationality. Certainty.

It’s no accident that a great deal of science fiction presents aliens as machine-like, soulless, without conscience. This is a reflection of what society has become.

They came from outer space. They had a plan. They had a detailed agenda for a takeover. They invaded. They deployed their troops. They conquered territory after territory. They expanded their operation. They executed their strategy. They used local traitors.

They said what they had to say, to placate the masses. They promised peace. They promised abundance. They tried to sound human. They pretended they were alive.

Promises and pretenses are what giant corporations, governments, religions, and priest-classes are all about. But above all is the pretense of being alive.

Behind the pretense is: selling organization.

It doesn’t really matter what kind of organization it is. There are untold billions of people who work for mega-organizations, and there are billions more who accept organization as the sign of sanity.

The sign of sanity in the world.

If you work for, or support mega-organization, you’re sane. If you don’t, you’re insane.

Perfect alien propaganda.

Jon Rappoport

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at

6 responses to this post.

  1. It’s all about money and power. So empty…and heartless, and terrible.



  2. Reblogged this on Spirit In Action and commented:
    Thank you Laura! I wonder how these people face their families? At some point the need for a paycheck just doesn’t compare to the need for integrity, honor and a moral baseline.



    • What’s bizarre is that if you talk to Monsanto employees or former employees (retired), they really believe they’re saving the world from starvation. We have a number of retired Monsanto scientists in this area, and they are proud of their work. They must have some strong company Kool-Aid. Some of these are very religious people, too! They don’t view the seed as sacred like the Hindus or even the Pagans. It is a real disconnect. David ran into a retired Monsanto exec at his parents’ house and his dad still giggles about the clash of cultures. He thinks David unreasonably spouted off to a polite man, not fully realizing that that “polite man” takes pride in what is, quite arguably, threatening all of Nature. Bizarre. Media and cultural (even corporate culture) brainwashing is very effective, especially if you continue to eat their Frankenfoods.



      • I forgot that aspect-even Hitler thought he was a good guy saving Germany from the bankers and the forces bent on destroying what he considered the greatness of the ancestral Teutonic order.

        I’ve been noticing it in the exposes on the internet of conspiracies and the illuminati/bad guys. Some things are what I can find support for as factual but a lot appears to be projected fears which when added to the smaller pool of verifiable conspiracy and wrongdoing becomes a world encompassing horror.

        If everyone feels that they are doing good then logically there should be a way to stop the genuine bad stuff by getting people together to talk out the misunderstandings.

        In my own life I encountered a prime example. To me A21 was designed to be good and to accomplish good things. Some powerful people who couldn’t defeat its passage chose instead to coopt and use it for negative ends.

        It is very possible to embrace sustainability and all the good stuff in that document without condoning totalitarian state control or top down hierarchy. The document itself opposes those things-yet it can be used to further them.

        I think the same may be true with the goals of the Monsanto folks. It is very possible to feed the world without GMO’s, poisoning the land etc

        But until people can climb mentally out of the tiny programmed boxes their minds are trapped within, we won’t be able to move past the division where everyone thinks they are superman fighting the evildoers.

        I still think the higher ups behind so many of these negative things do know very well how bad it all is-from Monsanto, BP, and Exxon poisoning everyone to the nutters trying to conflate environmental and social responsibility with Stalinist state control. They don’t seem to feel any considerations other than their personal goals and desires matter.

        Most people tho-employees, UN workers etc are good hearted people who believe what they are doing is beneficial.

        I’ve noticed in general that most neurotypical people do have a hard time grasping or seeing the big picture, recognizing that their actions are not isolated but parts of larger systems.

        They don’t equate their trying to push “the green revolution” with Silent Spring; despite overwhelming evidence.

        Once someone intelligent took the time to explain and give examples of how A21 was being used in negative ways I was able to see the duality. I’m not sure how to help others open up to that wider perspective but I hope someone wiser than me has some ideas!



        • I think just having the discussions when opportunity presents is the way to increase levels of awareness. It’s like scattering seeds. You don’t know what will take root, but odds are that SOME will. 🙂


        • I noticed that with permaculture. At first people seemed to think I was a bit crazy, then over time some people seemed interested and excited about it now 15 years on I am running into people who know more than I do:-)

          I never imagined just bringing something up in conversations could make a real difference but it does.


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