August 12, 2018
Was it done in a wooden gas chamber tho? Inquiring minds require this information.
I never thought I’d say this, but Monsanto finally does something to make me like them. They revived an ancient, revered tradition of our people, for the modern age.
Gassing minorities with insecticide.
Unfortunately, haters are coming down on them hard.
At 42, Dewayne Johnson developed a bad rash that was eventually diagnosed as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Four years later Johnson — now near death, according to his doctors — has been awarded a staggering sum of $289 million dollars in damages in a case against agricultural giant Monsanto.
Maayne, I be gettin dose gibs now, but what’s a dead nigga to do with gibs?
Since, as a principle, negroes don’t leave inheritances for their posterity or give money to charity – or the government – I think we’re about to see the most expensive funeral of all times.
Or maybe he’ll have a gold-plated reproduction of the Giza pyramid built as a tomb, to celebrate his kangz heritage.
The former school groundskeeper sued the company, arguing that an herbicide in the weed killer Roundup, likely caused the disease. His lawyers also contended Monsanto failed to warn consumers about the alleged risk from their product.
Nobody could have known that poison could be dangerous. After all, we’re talking about insect poison, here, so how could it hurt a human – or in this case, an Australopithecus?
NOT an insect.
On Friday, a San Francisco jury agreed. They deliberated for three days before awarding Johnson $250 million in punitive damages and $39 million in compensatory damages.
But seriously though, 39 million dollars is wildly inflated for the worth of one life.
Liberals, of course, balk at the idea that a life might have a monetary value. But it does. Just ask them if they think it would be a good idea to spend 500 billion dollars in medical fees to save the life of one man. No one would think that made any sense. So everyone acknowledges that a single life has a limited monetary worth.
The reality is that money represents human suffering. Working is suffering. It demands effort, discipline, self-denial. So the “suffering value” of one life must be weighted against the “suffering value” of the money to save it, or in this case to compensate for it.
And clearly, a middle aged negro isn’t worth 39 million dollars. White people are going to be suffering to provide this money.
A more reasonable compensation, in this case, would be $3.50 and a 40 of malt liquor.
“The jury found Monsanto acted with malice and oppression because they knew what they were doing was wrong and doing it with reckless disregard for human life,” said Robert F. Kennedy Jr., one of Johnson’s attorneys, according to the Associated Press.
“This should send a strong message to the boardroom of Monsanto,” Kennedy added.
Johnson’s is the first of hundreds of cancer-patient cases against Monsanto and could be a bellwether of what lies ahead for the company.
I mean, sure. Mosanto is one evil company. Their crap is poisoning the earth.
This is not normal.
However, the reason why their products are used is that they allow increased agricultural productivity, which we absolutely need… in order to feed the third world.
If our governments didn’t have this ridiculous policy of artificially propping up shithole countries, we could just use permaculture and other natural farming methods that actually enrich the soil rather than depleting it, and produce healthier, poison-free food.
Monsanto is just a cog in the globalist machine.
“We were finally able to show the jury the secret, internal Monsanto documents proving that Monsanto has known for decades that … Roundup could cause cancer,” Johnson’s lawyer Brent Wisner said in a statement, according to The Guardian.
Monsanto has consistently denied that glyphosate-based herbicides cause cancer.
“We are sympathetic to Mr. Johnson and his family,” Monsanto Vice President Scott Partridge said in a statement following the verdict. “Today’s decision does not change the fact that more than 800 scientific studies and reviews … support the fact that glyphosate does not cause cancer, and did not cause Mr. Johnson’s cancer.”
I wouldn’t be surprised if these bastards knew their products were poisonous and still sold them. I mean, it’s pretty obvious that chemicals used to kill weeds, insects and other undesirable life forms is going to be unhealthy for mammals as well.
If the government was really serious about preventing these corporations from poisoning us, they’d just shut them down and jail their owners/administrators, rather than giving them slaps on the wrist when these scandals pop up every few years.
All this shit is going to be cleansed when we finish taking over America’s government and begin a reign of TRUE JUSTICE.