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In the video, Victor discusses the dark legacy of Monsanto, a company that has been involved in the production of genetically modified foods and other harmful products for years. He explains how these products have caused diseases in humans and animals, and how the company has been able to avoid responsibility for their actions. Victor asks viewers to consider the consequences of continued use of these products, and urges them to take action to protect themselves and their families.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Víctor reveals the dark legacy of Monsanto, a company that has been involved in the production of genetically modified foods for years. The video covers topics such as GMOs, pesticides, hormone-based development, and diseases that affect everyone, no matter their age. Victor explains that, statistically speaking, you or someone you know is affected by one of these products or genetically modified foods on a daily basis. He introduces us to Monsanto, the world's largest agrochemical company, and its history of destruction and death. In the 1970s, the government of the United States entrusted Monsanto with the creation of a powerful gas used in the Vietnam War. This gas was called Agent Orange and has been estimated to have caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of soldiers, both enemy and allied, as well as the physical and mental disabilities of their subsequent generations. As of 2012, when efforts were made to eliminate the residuals of this gas from the environment, mass lawsuits were filed against Monsanto and other chemical companies. However, it is Monsanto's legacy in the 1970s that is most troubling. That's when the company began producing herbicides such as ddt, a highly toxic dicloro-difluorotrans-triazin, for
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the toxicity of Monsanto products, and how the company has been involved in numerous illegal activities, including ecocides, war crimes, and violations of environmental laws. The video also mentions Bayer, the company that recently acquired Monsanto. Bayer is considered to be responsible for crimes against the environment, including ecocides, and has been accused of war crimes.
  • 00:10:00 This video discusses the harmful legacy of Monsanto, which has been hidden from the public for decades. Monsanto has patented and manufactured many hazardous chemicals, including products for the agricultural and industrial sectors, but also for military and civilian uses. One of the most dangerous products is bifenil policlorados, a mixture of up to 200 chemicals in several forms, including solid particles and gas. In 1980, the EPA classified it as a toxic chemical that generates hazardous waste. Since then, bifenil policlorados have been found in the blood of pregnant women, animals, and humans, and are still being produced in large quantities. The next legacy of Monsanto is aspartame, a sugar substitute discovered in 1995 by the German pharmaceutical company Bayer. Aspartame was bought by Monsanto in 1985 and began to be marketed through an affiliate. When Bayer was conducting research on aspartame, one monkey died from aspartame toxicity and five other monkeys were left gravely ill. Nevertheless, the FDA approved aspartame in 1974. Aspartame is now widely studied and is known to cause a host of health problems, including cancer of the mammary gland, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. Monsanto's transformation from an ag
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses how the use of pesticides, particularly the herbicide glyphosate, has led to a rise in cancer, infertility, and other diseases. The narrator, Victor, asks viewers to consider the consequences of continued use of these pesticides.

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