Just Who are the Top Shareholders of Monsanto?

Monsanto-money-680x380Christina Sarich, Natural Society
Waking Times

The answer may surprise you…

People like to talk nasty about Hugh Grant, Monsanto’s CEO, and obviously a shareholder. The same goes for Bill Gates. He purportedly owns millions of shares of Monsanto stock as well. But who are the real owners of Monsanto? The answer might be shocking.

The real owners of Monsanto stock are institutions, and people who hide behind those institutions, not individuals like Gates and Grant. According to multiple sources, five investment funds are the top shareholders in Monsanto, with the Vanguard Group, Inc. at the top. You can view the rest below.

As you can see, the number of shares held by institutions dwarfs the number held by individuals, including those who do Monsanto’s dirty work in the public arena.

The Vanguard Group owns over $3 trillion in investments in different, and mostly hated, companies like Monsanto. They also hold the world’s largest companies such as: Bank of America, JP Morgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley. State Street Corporation, Vanguard Group, Capital Research Global Investors, and FMR (Fidelity) are all the key owners of – well, essentially the world. And this includes Monsanto. You could say that just four companies control all the big banks and all the major companies on the planet.



Furthermore, the Federal Reserve is comprised of 12 banks, represented by a board of only sevenpeople, which comprises representatives of the “big four,” …which in turn are present in all other entities.

An analysis of the relationships between 43,000 transnational corporations has identified a relatively small group of companies, mainly banks, with disproportionate power over the global economy – including Agribusiness.

What should really be concerning is who owns Vanguard. Why are they not in the public eye as GMO labeling is heavily debated, and countries claim suicide rates, death of their food supplies, and poisoning from GM Agrichemicals?

What should be concerning is the money trail supporting the ‘funny’ science that keeps coming out about biotech foods. Or that according to a report that was released last summer, the global elite have up to 32 TRILLION dollars stashed in offshore banks around the globe, which can fund lawsuit after lawsuit against the people who are tired of being poisoned.

It means that seven people and their overlords are likely poisoning the entire planet through biotech, Big Ag, Big Pharma, and Big Banks.

It is the invisible tentacles of this octopus that are strangling us. This is what must be stopped.Share your thoughts on this in the comment section below.

Source: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/06/06/just-who-are-the-top-shareholders-of-monsanto/


2 Responses to “Just Who are the Top Shareholders of Monsanto?”

  1. Jkick says:

    What should really be concerning is who owns Vanguard?

    Good question, and no easy answer.

    However, what little information is out there, leads to a very murky trail indeed.

    While not enought time to post all in a comments section.

    Here’s a snippet that may well give readers a insight in how the world is being run.

    At one time Dick Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States. Former President and CEO of Halliburton Company, and U.S. Secretary of Defense, had close to $85 million invested in the Vanguard Group.

    The Vanguard Group, with 7.6 million shares of Halliburton stock, worth about $176 million.

    The Vanguard Group holdings are easily among Cheney’s largest holdings.

    Given the size of Vanguard’s stake in Halliburton, it is hard to imagine a mathematical possibility that Cheney’s assets are unconnected to Halliburton’s fortunes.

    Halliburton, a huge global conglomerate in the oil field business, landed a non-competitive-bid contract for work in Iraq that now looks almost open-ended. The cost, reported by the New York Times at over $2 billion

    Dick Cheney is also a member of Genie Energy Corporation Strategic Advisory Board.

    Vanguard has a substantial share holding presence in Genie Energy Corporation.

    Shares Value
    Vanguard Group, Inc. (The) 483,314 $4,422,323

    Also on board Genie:

    November 15, 2010 –

    Genie Energy Corporation (Genie Energy), a division of IDT Corporation (NYSE: IDT, IDT.C), today announced that Lord (Jacob) Rothschild and Rupert Murdoch have each purchased equity stakes in Genie Oil and Gas Inc. Jacob Rothschild will join Rupert Murdoch on Genie Energy’s Strategic Advisory Board

    Rupert Murdoch is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of News Corp.

    Vanguard Group Inc held 85,939,439 shares on 12/31/2012 worth $2,192,315,109 in News Corp.

    In Feb. 22, 2013 John Reed of the Financial Times reported that Israel has granted a U.S. company the first license to explore for oil and gas in the occupied Golan Heights,

    A local subsidiary of the New York-listed company Genie Energy will now have exclusive rights to a 153-square mile radius in the southern part of the Golan Heights.

    Its administration of the area — which is not recognized by international law — has been mostly peaceful until the Syrian civil war broke out 23 months ago.

    In recent events Secretary of State John Kerry made the case that “thug” and “murderer” Bashar al-Assad must face retribution, as the White House released a report detailing its evidence on the Syrian government’s use of chemical weapons last week.

    “Its findings are as clear as they are compelling,” Kerry said of the report, adding that the credibility of the U.S. was at stake in responding. “… The intelligence community has high confidence.”

    John Kerrys wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, has over $3,500,001 stake in General Electric Co.

    Biggest stakeholder in General Electric Co is Vanguard Group:

    Jul 30, 2012
    The board of directors of General Electric Co. has elected John J. Brennan as an independent member of the company’s board of directors.

    Brennan is chairman emeritus and a senior advisor of The Vanguard Group Inc.

    Raytheon stock nears all-time high amid news of possible cruise-missile strike in Syria

    Stock shares of perennial defense contracting powerhouse Raytheon hit nearly $77 apiece Tuesday as news of a possible US strike in Syria intensified. The US has said if it strikes Syrian government targets for alleged use of chemical weapons, it would likely use Tomahawk cruise missiles from warships positioned in the Mediterranean. Raytheon is responsible for making and selling the bulk of the long-range, subsonic missiles to the US government.

    Top Institutional Holders of Raytheon:

    Vanguard Group, Inc. (The) 15,859,331 4.92

    In essence Vanguard Group, Inc. connected to everybody, even President Obama had / has investement portfolio.

    So if Obama goes to war, he gets some return on investment in the machines that kill.

    Nice world we live in.


  2. maynon2013 says:

    lockheed martin as well

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