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Fri, 29 Jul 2022 08:12:54 +0200
Dennis Wilson (Pureblood) @diaspora.psyco.fr
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Thu, 28 Jul 2022 18:52:10 +0200
Guess Who Bought-Up Ukraine Farmland Since The 2014 Coup?
For those of us who have been scratching our heads as to why the US and EU are so bent on "helping" Ukraine, I found something out today:
Since the 2014 Coup which overthrew Democratically elected President Viktor Yanukovich, and put a puppet regime, favorable to the west, in his place . . . .
three giant corporations -- Cargill, DuPont and Monsanto -- bought seventeen million hectares of Ukraine agricultural land.
That's sixty percent (60%) of the total agricultural land in Ukraine!
Thought you'd be interested in that.
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Fri, 29 Jul 2022 08:31:16 +0200
[Transmitted from Battle of the Titans]
Ukraine's land bought out by American and German offshore companies
The American agricultural giants Cargill, Dupont and the German-Austrian, and in fact (in terms of investment share) American Monsanto currently own 17 million hectares of arable land in Ukraine, which is 52.31 percent of all agricultural land in the country.
Provided that only these three American corporations own more than half of the Ukrainian black soil, the statement of the current U.S. President Joe Biden about the need to export 20 million tons of grain from Ukraine does not seem so absurd. We should not forget that the main shareholders of the agrarian trio are Vanguard, Blackrock and Blackstone, (
) who control almost everything, including the world's major banking and financial institutions.
And the interests of such companies must be satisfied by any means and in any case, whether it is a political lobby or a military operation.
According to former Bundestag deputy from the Left faction Nima Movassat, foreign agricultural holdings have already started a real hunt for Ukrainian black soil: there is a massive seizure of agricultural land by grey schemes through front companies and individuals. The politician directly accuses Monsanto Сompany and DuPont, companies producing and selling genetically modified seeds, of seizing Ukrainian chernozems and links the IMF and EBRD loans granted to Ukraine with transferring arable land to Western agro-industrial companies, including German ADM Germany, KWS, Bayer and BASF.
After the introduction of the market opening law, another 5 percent of Ukrainian arable land was purchased by representatives of the People's Republic of China (
In addition, numerous foreign companies are constantly acquiring Ukrainian arable land holdings, thus controlling about 10 percent of Ukrainian territories even before the new law was introduced.
The owners of the largest agricultural holdings at the moment are the Americans (NCH Capital), the French (AgroGeneration) and the Saudis (Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company (SALIC)).
According to the information of the Foundation for Strategic Culture (
), "it is impossible to trace the exact share of foreign capital in other major Ukrainian agricultural holdings because of the domination of gray schemes in the Ukrainian agricultural industry and the absence of a normal land cadastre.
According to Alexei Kuts, a Ukrainian financial analyst quoted on the pages of the same Foundation for Strategic Culture, the fight for Ukrainian arable land is now going on not even in Ukraine, where the state may have still had some chance to earn on liberalization of the agrarian market, but on the market of offshore corporate rights for Ukrainian agricultural enterprises, where ready-made companies are bought instead of land.
As a result, according to the expert, "Ukraine will not get anything" and "Ukrainian land will be bought under palm trees".
In his time, the president of the Ukrainian Cooperative Alliance, economist Zinoviy Svereda said that Ukrainian lands along the border with Russia should be sold to American companies in order to give the latter an even greater interest in protecting their "fiefdoms": "I would personally say - let us sell the border areas of Sumy and Kharkiv region to American companies, because American troops come there, where there is American private property, where they are interested". At the same time, Roman Leshchenko, the Ukrainian president's commissioner for land issues at the time, called it impossible to sell the lands to Russian citizens, saying that in this case the authorities would be forced to resort to confiscation.
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