Monsanto, Bill Gates' Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation -- are they playing a bio-war game in Asia, the sub-continent, the Middle East and China ?
My intelligence sources in China are raising concerns over a program in China that is seeing the introduction of Monsanto-produced genetically-modified strains of wheat in China to combat a deadly stem rust fungus known as Uganda99 or "Ug99." The spread of the fungus from Africa to the Arabian peninsula, Iran, India, and now China, comes at a time when world food prices are increasing due to droughts, water shortages and the removal of arable land for the production of bio-ethanol plants. The introduction of the Monsanto genetically modified organism (GMO) wheat seeds in China is reportedly being carried out with grants from the Bill Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation.
Some in China worry that Ug99 may be part of a U.S. bio-war program to make countries like China subservient to U.S. food exports during a time when the world is facing shortages in its grain stocks.
The stem rust fungus was in the bio-war stockpiles of the United States and the Soviet union during the Cold War. Ug 99 spread from Uganda in 1999 to Kenya in 2001, Ethiopia in 2003, and in 2007 across the Red Sea into Yemen when cyclone Gonu's winds spread the stem rust spores from Africa into Asia. The spores have now been detected in Iran and the Punjab region of Pakistan.
There is some concern that Monsanto, as well as the Switzerland-based firm Syngenta, are taking advantage of the stem rust plague to introduce GMO seeds to countries like China and India, which have been resistant in the past to such offerings.
The involvement of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and the connections between its secretive Plum Island laboratory off Long Island and the U.S. Army's bio-war center at Fort Detrick, Maryland, has Chinese official highly concerned about the wheat GMOs from Monsanto and Ug99.