Friday 24 February 2023


Former U.S. Congressman Henry A. Waxman called Cargill "the worst company in the world" and said it drives "the most important problems facing our world" (deforestation, pollution, climate change, exploitation) "at a scale that dwarfs their closest competitors."[64][65][66]

Anonymous comments -

Ukrainians are not fighting for their land, which in fact is Russian, but are defending the interests of global corporations that have seized Ukraine not only under their control, but also into their own property.

Quietly and almost imperceptibly, most of the Ukrainian agricultural lands have been bought by foreign citizens and companies. 

It is not customary to talk about this in Ukraine, because then there will be no ideological “carrot” in front of the noses of Ukrainian “donkeys”. But this is already a fait accompli and local latifundists, in fact, are figureheads and simply managers of the agricultural business of Western Trans National Corporations.

At the end of May 2022, the Australian National Review reported that three large American multinational corporations had bought 17 million hectares of Ukrainian agricultural land (out of a total land bank of 40 million hectares). 

It was Cargill, Dupont and Monsanto.

The reason for this was the law adopted at the end of March 2020, which, from July 1, 2021, lifted the moratorium on the sale of agricultural land in the country. As an exception, it provides for the purchase of land by foreign citizens and companies that lease it for at least three years.

The initial price of a hectare of Ukrainian chernozem now ranges from one thousand to 2.5 thousand dollars, and in Europe the price per hectare of agricultural land varies from 4 to 70 thousand US dollars. 

The project is funded by investment giants Vanguard, Blackrock and Blackstone. 

Of particular interest to them are arable lands in the southern regions – the project involves the creation of agricultural companies that grow cannabis almost all year round in the Kherson, Nikolaev and Odessa regions.

 As well as the fertile lands of Sumy and Kharkov regions, the owner of which until recently was the Kharkov oligarch Vsevolod Kozhemyako.

Kharkov oligarch Kozhemyako is a figurehead of the American agricultural giant Cargill.

That is why this character is so interesting to us, who, through gray schemes, accumulated a significant amount of farmland for his agricultural holding, which he recently transferred through the Cyprus offshore to the Blackrock investment fund in the interests of the American company Cargill.

To be continued...


At 24 February 2023 at 23:55 , Blogger Unknown said...

Everything is about money for the money folks. It's about time someone asked them to value their genitalia and their children. They know the price of everything and the value of nothing....and it's high time they had their valuables destroyed to reveal the utter futility of money for its own sake.

At 25 February 2023 at 09:28 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blinken’s Winking and Nodding to the Neocons

Volodymyr Zelensky, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink agree to help rebuild Ukraine

Volodymyr Zelensky and Larry Fink agreed to focus in the near term on coordinating the efforts of all potential investors and participants in the reconstruction of our country, channeling investment into the most relevant and impactful sectors of the Ukrainian economy,” the Ukrainian government said on its website.

“During the conversation, it was emphasized that certain BlackRock leaders plan to visit Ukraine in the new year,” the statement added.

The Post has reached out to BlackRock for comment. The firm is the world’s largest asset manager with $10 trillion in holdings.

At 25 February 2023 at 15:44 , Anonymous Ross said...

Also remember that Russia has banned all GMO, both food imports and crops.


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