A Letter To Our Hard-Working, American Farmers Who May Be Hearing About Paraquat’s Link To Parkinson’s Disease, Yet Are Skeptical About The Emerging Lawsuits…
And How Litigation May Be Our Country’s Best Defense Against The Growing Attacks On Our Freedom From The Lobbyists, Government Agencies and Foreign Enterprises That Don’t Always Act In Our Best Interests
From the desk of:
Andrew E. Bederman, Managing Attorney
Greenberg & Bederman, LLC
To Our American Farmers,
By now, chances are good you’ve seen at least one advertisement regarding lawsuits related to the herbicide paraquat and its link to Parkinson’s disease.
If you have been skeptical about these lawsuits, I understand.
However, I am here to tell you that whatever is holding you back from contacting an attorney, or holding you back from telling your friend to contact an attorney, must be set aside.
Not because there is a potential for significant money for you… for them… for me….
…But because there are much bigger, more principled things at play here than meets the eye.
What I am about to share with you — in regards to the paraquat and parkinson’s disease lawsuits — will shock you.
As you may already be aware, exposure to the herbicide paraquat (most commonly purchased as Gramoxone®, manufactured by Syngenta) has been linked to Parkinson’s disease. The scientific literature demonstrating this is strong.
I’m not going to get into all the research and studies showing this link. My team literally has stacks of literature we are happy to share and discuss with anyone.
But, that’s not what this letter is about.
This letter pulls back the curtain and shines a light on who the victims of Parkinson’s are filing claims against.
The biggest being Syngenta, the maker of Gramoxone® (their brand name for paraquat).
Syngenta, is an extremely unique company. It’s unique because it is in no way a part of our nation’s fabric of independent, hard-working American farmers and growers.
It’s the opposite of that.
Are you proud to be an American? Do you stand for freedom? Pursuit of happiness? The principles this nation was founded on?
Well, I’m here to tell you that we all should be sick to our stomachs with what I am going to share with you about Syngenta.
Please stay with me. I promise to make it worth your time.
Here we go…
Syngenta’s Parent Is A Communist Chinese Military Company. The People’s Republic of China Owns Syngenta.
In 2015, the China state-owned chemical company, ChemChina (aka. China National Chemical Corporation), purchased Syngenta for a whopping $43 BILLION dollars.
So before we go any further, I need to make this crystal clear…
ChemChina owns Syngenta.
China owns ChemChina.
And thus… China owns Syngenta.
Additionally, many in America wrongfully think that ChemChina is simply a chinese business owned by chinese business people.
Here’s the truth, as explained on our own U.S. Department of Defense website…
“[ChemChina] is a Communist Chinese military company owned by the People’s Republic of China as part of China’s Military-Civil Fusion development strategy, which supports the goals of the People’s Liberation Army.”
— from U.S. Department of Defense website
How crazy is this?
Our beloved american farmers are trusting their burndowns to a chemical manufactured by the Communist Chinese military???
And that’s not just me calling them that, that’s LITERALLY on the U.S. Department of Defense website. (see here)
Sometimes when you find stuff out like this, you have to wonder if as crazy as it may seem, perhaps Communist Chinese takeovers of companies that do business in America are common?
Could it be that this kind of thing actually happens a lot, and we, as normal everyday americans, just didn’t realize it??
ChemChina (owned by China) acquiring Syngenta for $43 Billion was a WILDLY abnormal event.
In fact, in the relatively small number of times China made an acquisition of a civilian company, this one for Syngenta was bigger than the 4 other biggest deals China ever made to acquire companies… combined!
And the Chinese takeover of Syngenta remains the single largest takeover of a company by China to date.
China really wanted to own Syngenta. China wanted Syngenta to be a part of its military apparatus.
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