Marc Slavo SHTFPlan The World Health Organization has declared an Ebola epidemic in the North East region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. At least three deaths have thus far been linked to the virus: One of those killed had tested positive for Ebola after coming down with a haemorrhagic fever last month in Bas-Uele, a province which borders the Central African Republic. WHO spokesman … Continue reading EBOLA IS BACK: World Health Organization Declares Epidemic: “Taking It Very Seriously”
Industrial pollution from Indian pharmaceutical companies making medicines for nearly all the world’s major drug companies is fuelling the creation of deadly superbugs, suggests new research. Global health authorities have no regulations in place to stop this happening.
A major study published Saturday in the prestigious scientific journal Infection found “excessively high” levels of antibiotic and antifungal drug residue in water sources in and around a major drug production hub in the Indian city of Hyderabad, as well as high levels of bacteria and fungi resistant to those drugs. Scientists told the Bureau the quantities found meant they believe the drug residues must have originated from pharmaceutical factories. Continue reading “Big Pharma’s Pollution Is Creating Deadly Superbugs While the World Looks the Other Way”
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America has barely gotten a handle on how to deal with the kinds of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) that have been around for decades.
Now, a new kind of GMO is available in grocery stores, and regulators are divided on how to approach it.
The new technologies—which have gained traction in the past five years—are different from the genetic modification that is commonly used. They are more precise, and scientists say they pose a lower risk of causing unintended changes to the DNA. But they are the same in that they artificially change the DNA of organisms. Continue reading “GMO 2.0: A New Kind of Modified Food Escapes Regulation”
Is Monsanto, the corporate scourge of the Earth, finally going to pay for its crimes? If the International Monsanto Tribunal has any say in the matter, the answer to that question appears to be an emphatic “Yes.” The tribunal, based in Hague, Netherlands, describes itself as “an international civil society initiative to hold Monsanto accountable for human rights violations, for crimes against humanity, and for ecocide.” Continue reading “International tribunal finds Monsanto guilty of crimes against humanity”
Recent polls indicate that over 90 percent of Americans want their food labeled in a way that clearly indicates the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). It is unsurprising, therefore, that a recent study conducted by the University of Illinois confirmed that when it comes to beef, chicken, eggs and dairy, the majority of people have key areas of concern that they want clearly indicated on food packaging, including the presence of GMOs.
The study, which examined how important seven key issues are to consumers, determined that the three most important factors were that animals had not been given growth hormones; that no GMOs had been used in the production of the food; and finally, that the animals had been humanely raised. This third issue was seen as more important for animals that keep producing items like milk and eggs, than for animals raised for slaughter. Continue reading “Consumers now demanding their meat be raised “humanely,” without growth hormones or GMOs, according to new study”
FOX Business If this Silicon Valley food-tech startup has its way, its lab-grown meat—which includes chicken, duck and beef—will be on a supermarket shelf near you within the next five years. “[We’re] trying to put products on the shelves by 2021/2022,” Uma Valeti, Memphis Meats co-founder and CEO, tells FOX Business. In March, the company announced that it created the “world’s first chicken strip from … Continue reading Lab-Grown Meat Coming to Supermarket Shelves Soon?
NaturalNews During the 1970s, Venezuela was the richest country in Latin America. With the region’s highest growth rates and the lowest levels of inequality, it was also one of the most stable democracies in the Americas. But starting in the early 1980s, things fell apart. The nation endured three coup attempts and one presidential impeachment. Per capita growth plunged, and mass protests became the norm. … Continue reading Is Venezuela America’s future? Will our nation descend into chaos as food riots spread?
Chances are you’ve seen some videos circulating the web showing Coke’s ability to take rust and paint off metal objects or clean toilet bowls. While deep down we all know that sodas aren’t healthy, many of us still drink liters of the sugary stuff on a daily basis.
No matter where you are, Coca-Cola is one of the most recognized drinks in the whole world. In some third world countries, Coca-Cola products such as Coke, Fanta, or Sprite, are even more accessible than clean water. Continue reading “This court just ruled Coca-Cola products are POISON”
In case you haven’t noticed, major media distributors like Google and Facebook are on a crusade to rid the web of what they see as “extremist content” – that is, anything newsworthy that breaks the status quo narrative of what the globalists want you to believe is true about the world around you, even when it’s not true. But what about news outlets like Forbes.com, for instance, that routinely and flagrantly publish their own extremist content that advocates for continued chemical violence against children?
Forbes.com is notorious for publishing extremist content that pushes deadly vaccines, toxic herbicides and pesticides, untested genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), and other forms of depopulation on the masses. And yet, Forbes.com isn’t among those media outlets being targeted as part of this “extremist content” take-down by the establishment. Why? Because the position that Forbes.com takes on these issues is congruent with the pro-vaccine, pro-chemicals, pro-corporation agenda. Continue reading “Forbes.com is a huge publisher of extremist content that supports chemical violence against children”