Genetic Engineering (Part 2): Cloned Chemical Colonies


Prof. Vandana Shiva – TRANSCEND Media Service

vandana shiva19 Aug 2016 – The Genetically Engineered Seeds of Doubt failed, while the organic Seeds of Truth germinated beautifully, and were cared for by nature. Nature is looking at a bumper harvest.

The New Yorker had referred to the Indian Farmer’s skin as “the color of burnt Molasses“. The New Yorker is familiar with Molasses because New York money is stained with it. Each bushel of corn, during the “Great Depression” , was seen by The Chemical Company as a Gallon of butyl alcohol. The Chemical Company’s appetite for raw materials had swiped the right food clean off the people’s plate – their appetite unable to compete with that of the chemical colossus.

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Monoculture farming was imposed on the world by the “Elite” to guaranty supply of raw materials to The Chemical Company with. Our farms were colony-sed by the Military Mind of The Chemical Company. The Corn Exchange was established in Cambridge in 1842 to speculate on, and profit from the trade of corn. The Corn Exchange Bank was established in 1853  in New York.

Between 1923 and 1925, together with a number of other New York banks, it held a small stake in the Connecticut-chartered Bank of Central and South America. In 1929 it was renamed the Corn Exchange Bank and Trust Company. In 1954 it merged with Chemical Bank and the combined entity took the name Chemical Corn Exchange Bank. After Chemical Corn merged with New York Trust, the “Corn” was dropped. The Corn Exchange Bank in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was famously robbed by Willie Sutton in February 1933.

Acquisition history:

  • 1899: Astor Place Bank (founded 1891), Hudson River Bank of the City of New York (founded 1888) and Queens County Bank (founded 1873 as Flushing and Queens County Bank). In 1896 the Astor Place Bank had acquired the Empire State Bank (1888-12/1896).
  • 1900: Home Bank (founded 1883).
  • 1902: Mechanics & Traders’ Bank of Brooklyn (founded 1867), Eleventh Ward Bank (founded 1867) and Union Square Bank of the City of New York (founded 1889). The Eleventh Ward Bank in 1867 purchased Banking New-York Dry Dock Company.
  • 1905: First National Bank of Staten Island at New Brighton (founded 1886).
  • 1913: Mount Morris Bank(founded 1881).
  • 1914: Washington Trust Company of the City of New York (founded 1889).
  • 1928: Stapleton National Bank (founded in 1902).

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Before J P Morgan Chase and The Chemical Company stole Pensions and Homes from people, by causing the 2008 Global Depression with Options Trading, they were called Chemical Corn (:-s). Chemical Corn merged with The New York Trust Company, and according to the Wikipedia page: { “Corn” was dropped}.

Beginning in 1920 but accelerating in the 1980s and 1990s, Chemical was a leading consolidator of the banking industry in the United States, acquiring Chase Manhattan BankManufacturers HanoverTexas Commerce Bank and Corn Exchange Bank among others. Following Chemical’s acquisition of Chase, the bank adopted the venerable Chase brand. What had been Chemical Bank is now a foundational component of what today is JPMorgan Chase.

Manufacturers Hanover Corporation is somewhat of a Shape-Shifter:

Timeline of Mergers and Name Changes:

·         1905 – NYS Chartered Citizens Trust Company of Brooklyn

·         1912 – Broadway Bank of Brooklyn

·         1914 – Manufacturers National Bank of Brooklyn

·         1914 – Name change to Manufacturers-Citizens Trust Company

·         1915 – Name change to Manufacturers Trust Company

·         1918 – West Side Bank

·         1921 – Ridgewood National Bank

·         1922 – North Side Bank of Brooklyn

·         1922 – Industrial Bank of New York

·         1923 – Columbia Bank

·         1925 – Yorkville Bank

·         1925 – Gotham National Bank

·         1925 – Fifth National Bank of the City of New York

·         1927 – Commonwealth Bank

·         1927 – Standard Bank

·         1928 – United Capitol National Bank and Trust Company

·         1929 – State Bank & Trust Company

·         1930 – Pacific Trust Company

·         1931 – Midtown Bank of New York

·         1931 – Bryant Park Bank

·         1931 – Midwood Trust Company

·         1932 – Chatham Phenix National Bank & Trust Company

·         1937 – Equitable Trust Company of New York (1930-1937)

·         1939 – Banca Commerciale Italiana Trust Co. of New York

·         1942 – Standard National Bank, Woodside, N.Y.

·         1946 – Flatbush National Bank of Brooklyn

·         1947 – Fidelity National Bank in New York, The

·         1949 – National Bronx Bank of New York

·         1950 – Brooklyn Trust Company

·         1953 – Peoples Industrial Bank

·         1961 – Central Hanover Bank & Trust Company

·         1961 – Name change to Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company

·         1991 – Goldome (assets)[6]

·         1992 – Chemical Bank

Acquisition history:

Major mergers, acquisitions, and historical predecessors of Chemical Bank
The Chemical Bank of New York
established 1823
Citizens National Bank
established 1851
acquired 1920
Corn Exchange Bank
established 1852
acquired 1954
Texas Commerce Bank
established 1866
acquired 1986
Hanover Bank
established 1873
Manufacturers Trust Company
established 1905
Manufacturers Hanover
merged 1961
Chemical Banking Corporation
reorganized 1988
Chemical Bank
merged 1991

The Chemical Chase Company? Merchants of Violence.

The Gaia footprint of chemicals has depressed the life out of our planet. Nature is resilient; when pushed, nature pushes back. Nature evolves. Greed does not.

Survival of the fittest?


TRANSCEND Member Prof. Vandana Shiva is a physicist, ecofeminist, philosopher, activist, and author of more than 20 books and 500 papers. She is the founder of the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, and has campaigned for biodiversity, conservation and farmers’ rights, winning the Right Livelihood Award [Alternative Nobel Prize] in 1993. She is executive director of the Navdanya Trust.

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