Landmark Supreme Court Ruling Paves Way for Thousands of Lawsuits Claiming Monsanto’s Roundup Causes Cancer
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a bid from Bayer-owned Monsanto challenging thousands of lawsuits claiming its weedkiller Roundup causes cancer.
All that’s left now is to takedown BigPharma, the governments and their apparatchiks like Fauci, the WHO, WEF, UN, et al.
Sadly, if it takes as long for the grindingly slow wheels of justice to come around to the above criminals and their deadly depopulation and control program as it did for Monsanto, then there will not be enough left alive or in decent enough health to receive any of the claims.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a bid from Bayer-owned Monsanto that aimed to challenge thousands of lawsuits claiming its weedkiller Roundup causes cancer — a potentially costly ruling, AFP reported Tuesday.
The high court did not explain its decision, which left intact a $25 million ruling in favor of a California man who alleged he developed cancer after using the chemical for years.
The decision marks a major blow to the German conglomerate’s legal fight against Roundup-related cases, and Bayer has set aside more than $15 billion to deal with a wave of U.S. lawsuits linked to the weedkiller.
“Bayer respectfully disagrees with the Supreme Court’s decision,” the company said in a statement.
“The company believes that the decision undermines the ability of companies to rely on official actions taken by expert regulatory agencies,” it added, referring to a 2020 federal finding that Roundup’s active ingredient is not risky.
Sustainable Pulse and The Detox Project Director Henry Rowlands stated Tuesday:
“This landmark decision by the Supreme Court leaves Bayer with nowhere to go — they now have to face the fact that one of their most famous products causes cancer, as well as causing widespread environmental damage.”
Bayer has been plagued by problems since it bought Monsanto, which owns Roundup, in 2018 for $63 billion and inherited its legal woes around the chemical’s ingredient glyphosate.
The German firm says it has not committed any wrongdoing, and maintains that scientific studies and regulatory approvals show glyphosate is safe.
Glyphosate is nonetheless classified as a “probable carcinogen” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer at the World Health Organization (WHO).
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However, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), on its website, says “there are no risks of concern to human health when glyphosate is used in accordance with its current label.”
In a separate court setback for Bayer, the EPA was ordered to reassess the safety of glyphosate on Friday.
The Supreme Court’s decision not to intervene leaves in place Monsanto’s appellate conviction in the lawsuit filed by Edwin Hardeman, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2015.
In addition to some 30,000 cases about health problems allegations against the weedkiller, Bayer’s own shareholders have taken legal action as well.
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Investors are seeking 2.2 billion euros ($2.5 billion) in damages in a German court for losses incurred following its troubled takeover of Monsanto, their lawyers said in January.
The investors accuse Bayer of having “misled capital markets about the economic risks from pending consumer lawsuits in the United States in connection with glyphosate and the herbicide Roundup,” law firm Tilp said in a statement.
Tilp said around 320 investors have submitted complaints, most of them institutional investors such as banks, wealth managers, insurers and pension funds.
Bayer says it has resolved around 107,000 of a total of 138,000 cases related to the herbicide. Bayer’s share price was down just under 2% after the court’s decision on Tuesday.
And never forget Bayer’s role in the holocaust.
This is a full spectrum soft war with Bayer being just as vital a node as the likes of Pfizer are. Their respective board of directors are all invested in each other’s companies for very good reason.
This is the perfect synergistic depopulation onslaught whereby the cancer causing glyphosate and GMO offerings of Bayer perfectly echo the DEATHVAX™ and GMH offerings of BigPharma.
We know from rat studies that glyphosate induces tumor and cancer growth a la the DEATHVAX™ suppressing the p53 protein which in turn suppresses tumor and cancer growth.
Between the GMO, GMH, synthetic foods, and spraying of the atmosphere with all kinds of deadly chemicals and weather modifying substances, the quickening of the depopulation and environmental destruction of the PSYOP-CLIMATE-CHANGE Cult is rapidly accelerating toward their depraved endgame.
The ironies of their reality inversions and logic upending behavioral psychology schemes are troublingly lost on large swaths of the brainwashed populations.
We must spread the word, and wake as many people up before it is too late.
Do NOT comply.
Wife got non-hodgkin’s (NH) diffuse large B-cell lymphoma after using Roundup during spring and summers for weeds. This lymphoma attacks and substantially destroys the natural immune system, lowering both red and white cells as well as Hemoglobin down to almost nothing with pain and nausea. Months in critical care and chemo. After two years treatments, now remission. Claim against Monsanto filed with class action in 2019. Zero progress. The court simply ordered the EPA to “reexamine its finding” (that glyphosate does not cause any serious risk). Guess what the EPA will come back with. ‘We reexamined and found no problem’ OK.
"This is a full spectrum soft war with Bayer being just as vital a node as the likes of Pfizer are." Yeah, in more ways than one.
For several years (2002-2018), Monsanto was owned by Pfizer, and during those years -- besides the huge numbers of injury lawsuits -- they did business the Pfizer way. Monsanto was caught cooking their books to inflate profits (fined $80M by the SEC), and they also ghostwrote studies supporting glyphosate's safety which were published as independent safety studies by others. They also had numerous former employees serving on the FDA and the EPA.
Gee. What a surprise.