(Natural News) Monsanto is finally on the verge of tasting justice – it’s about time! – and Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has publicly announced that he’s willing to share details with Bayer’s internal investigations team about the Monsanto “black ops” hit men operations.
One of Monsanto’s many targeted victims over the years, Adams has been on the receiving end of repeated intimidation, threats, and other illicit attacks levied against him by the Monsanto Mafia. And he’s ready, like we all are, to see the world’s most evil corporation finally face the music for its crimes against humanity.
After revealing that Monsanto’s new owner, Bayer, appears to be taking seriously Monsanto’s credible history of “black ops” activity against those whom it perceived as its enemies, Adams issued a follow-up statement indicating that he’s willing to speak with Bayer’s legal team as soon as possible about what he knows.
In case you missed it, Bayer recently announced that it wants to get to the bottom of this Monsanto “black ops” conspiracy, which appears to have been centered in Europe, having recently tasked a team of internal investigators to dig until they do so.
Part of this, in Adams’ view, should involve Bayer investigators speaking with not only himself, but also others like the “Food Babe” and Jeffrey Smith who were also targeted.
“I am willing to consider the possibility that Bayer is genuine in its attempts to clean up the ‘Monsanto mafia’ mess that it has inherited,” Adams writes.
“It is possible that the culture of Bayer is not nearly as evil and corrupt as the culture of Monsanto, which is why I am willing to sit down with Bayer’s internal investigators and privately detail the illegal tactics that have been used against myself and others who spoke out against the multiple criminal activities carried out by Monsanto’s ‘black ops’ teams,” he adds.
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Bayer says it supports criminal indictments against corrupt Monsanto leadership, adds that it’s committed to “openness and fair dealings”
In exchange for this favor, though, Adams is asking Bayer to issue a public apology that specifically names himself, the Food Babe, Jeffrey Smith, and about 20 others in the independent media whom he says were also “targeted, smeared and threatened” by Monsanto.
“This is a rare opportunity for Bayer to hear directly from the victims of the Monsanto ‘black ops’ division that Bayer likely was not aware it was acquiring when it purchased Monsanto, since the entire division operated in secret and relied on internal corporate money laundering to obfuscate its operations,” Adams contends.
Interestingly, Bayer has already publicly indicated that it’s fully onboard with doing whatever might be necessary to see the Monsanto operatives who were involved with the black ops scheme criminally indicated and brought to justice, stating:
“Bayer will fully support the public prosecutor’s office in France in its investigation.”
The company also added that it is suspending its cooperation with “the involved external service providers for the time being,” indicating that the Monsanto manager who allegedly headed up the blacks ops team “left the company shortly after the investigation.”
Bayer will, however, continue to investigate consequences for others who were involved and still work for Monsanto, stating that it stands “for openness and fair dealings with all interest groups,” and will not tolerate “unethical behavior in our company.”
It remains to be seen whether Bayer actually holds true to these words, or eventually – God forbid – turns into Monsanto on steroids. But Adams has made his offer, and now we wait.
“Monsanto was run by some of the most evil, criminal-minded people in the history of the world,” warns Adams.
“These people, I believe, are directly responsible for acts of extreme violence – both online and offline – that specifically targeted Monsanto critics like myself. They belong behind bars, and it looks like Bayer may actually be willing to help put them there.”
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