Water Liberty: How Innovation Trumps Privatization
01May2014 The World Bank joins Nestlé in wanting to privatize water, deeming it “extremist” to suggest otherwise. But we have ways around the corporate paradigm.
This ‘covert nuclear war’ on humanity
1 May 2014 As Japan attempts to safely remove the spent fuel rods from Fukushima’s destroyed nuclear plants, leaks and fires at US plants cause concern.
Should Harry Reid’s corporate interests trump public grazing rights?
20 Apr 2014 Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has a problem. When one rancher refused to sell out, Reid sent the BLM to steal his cattle.
Make a 55-Gallon Compost Tumbler Fast, Cheap & Easy
9 April 2014 Good for the environment, composting may be the single most important supplement added to your garden soil.
TransEvolution: Homo predator, not Homo superior
17 March 2014 In TransEvolution, Daniel Estulin crafts a cogent and frightening scenario for the end of Homo sapiens, as new technologies enable genetic changes, bionic replacements and artificial, nanosized neural connections.
How Obama-Monsanto’s Food Act Destroys Small Farms
8 Feb. 2014 On par with Stalin’s farm collectivization program of the 1930s, Monsanto’s push for the Food Safety Modernization Act is already achieving the nightmares of its worst critics.
19 EU States reject GMO corn; Council approves anyway
17 Feb. 2014 The European Commission approved Dupont’s TC1507 insecticidal corn for cultivation, despite that 19 nations rejected it.
Medicinal ginger for health and garden
2 March 2014 One of the world’s most potent disease-fighting spices, ginger, is easy to grow
Wait, Wait: Ohio law against lies meets 1st Amendment
7 March 2014 Is a Supreme Court brief ever gut-splitting funny? It is when satirist P. J. O’Rourke writes it.
I Am Steve Marsh: Global organic protection campaign faces trial
5 Feb 2014 Marsh’s organic canola fields in Western Australia suffered 70% genetic contamination from a neighboring biotech farm that sowed Monsanto seeds. As a result, he lost organic certification after 11 years, and his livelihood was destroyed, and now he’s suing the farmer.
Selling the public on teratogenic wars: ‘deceptions2’ a lesson in war propaganda
4 Feb 2014 Under 30 minutes, deceptions 2 is Chris Pratt’s follow-up to his popular full-length documentary from 2010, this time focusing on the use of public relations firms to manipulate the public into supporting foreign toxic wars of aggression.
Watch The Beautiful Truth
30 Dec. 2012 Written and Directed by Steve Kroschel
Featuring Charlotte Gerson, Jay Kordich, Garrett Kroschel, Joyce Riley…
2008, 92 mins. Compelling and potent, this 2008 docufilm celebrates how far we’ve come in taking back our food supply, and even acknowledges the reality that no one can verify an electronic vote count.
Big Dairy wants to medicate our milk
23 Dec. 2013 The Ontario Dairy Council shared in funding a study showing that the anti-cancer properties of green tea can survive in a milk medium.
New COOL Rules will boost local meat economies
20 Dec. 2013 Country of Origin Labels may seem an obscure food issue, but they go to the heart of food freedom and food sovereignty.
Brazil delays approving terminator seed ’till Feb. 2014
20 Dec. 2013 Brazil’s Judicial Commission has tabled a bill allowing for genetically modified terminator seeds until Feb. 2014, by which time other pressures will come to bear.
War on Syria begins with mass vaccination program
14 Dec. 2013 Before the first official bomb lands on Syria, the New World Order plans to vaccinate 2.2 million Syrian children under the age of five, reportedly to protect against polio.
‘NSAssociate Google’ censors CLG on Fukushima radiation
9 Dec. 2013 Google has been censoring news link emails from Citizens for Legitimate Government, the latest one relating to Fukushima radiation.
Look Up! film and mobile app a call to action on chemtrails
27 Nov. 2013 New tech allows people to report airborne spraying operations, while a French lab finds toxic chemicals in airborne filaments.
TPP’s Intellectual Property section also boosts GMO and drug monopolies
20 Nov. 2013 If you think the Monsanto Protection Act is bad, watch out for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a multilateral trade agreement which subverts national sovereignty and forces trade in genetically modified products.
Dutchsinse video prompts Filipino scientist to deny geophysics and HAARP technology
15 Nov. 2013 A weather watcher showed how microwave pulses preceded the world’s most destructive typhoon, prompting a government disinfo campaign.
IPCC warns policymakers not to stop ‘solar radiation management’
10 Nov. 2013 “If SRM were terminated for any reason, there is high confidence that global surface temperatures would rise very rapidly,” warns the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
A libertarian farmer’s take on GMO labels (full speech)
8 Nov. 2013 A fundraiser pitting food icons Dr Joe Mercola and farmer Joel Salatin got unexpectedly heated when debating federal involvement in food commerce.
Washington’s GMO food label initiative reportedly fails to pass 55-45%
5 Nov. 2013 Though 95% of the public wants GMO foods labeled, another state election says otherwise.
Planetary Weapons and Military Weather Modification: Chemtrails, Atmospheric Geoengineering and Environmental Warfare
3 Nov. 2013 The latest climate change Assessment Report maintains its silence on US capabilities in modifying the climate and inducing geophysical events, despite decades of development. Reviews Hack the Planet (Eli Kintisch) and Weather Warfare (Jerry Smith).
Reefer madness grips bureaucrats
26 Oct. 2013 As voters decriminalize pot, bureaucrats are impeding the new business.
How the Brix Score reduces your food bill
24 Oct. 2013 The higher the nutrient density, the less food you need. Here’s a simple test.
Girl Scouts and Girl Guides take on GMO cookies
18 Oct. 2013 Girls from Girl Scouts USA and Girl Guides Canada who oppose genetically modified foods are petitioning their organizations to sell GMO-free cookies.
Canada bans small weed ops for ‘enormous’ profits
13 Oct. 2013 Medical marijuana patients in Canada can expect a 50-100% increase in the cost of medication next year, all so that large commercial interests can monopolize the habilitative herb.
Great Shake Out: Earthquake Preparedness
29 Sep. 2013 Whether you want to practice with the feds or your own private community, earthquake preparedness training is essential.
FDA to hold first public hearing on GM babies
17 Sep. 2013 The US and UK are considering regulating genetically modified human babies, where the engineered DNA is passed on generationally, thus changing the human genome.
Monsanto’s GM alfalfa contaminates Washington crops
12 Sep. 2013 An eastern Washington field has been contaminated with Roundup Ready alfalfa, the state Ag Department confirmed. The farmer reports he did not plant it, nor wants it.
Monsanto faces another Supreme Court challenge
12 Sep. 2013 The latest group to challenge Monsanto’s practice of suing farmers when their fields become genetically contaminated is heading to the US Supreme Court.
EPA okays BPA, disses public’s right-to-know
11 Sep. 2013 The public is on its own to protect itself from known and unknown chemical hazards, now that the EPA is backing down.
Pesticide-Superweed Treadmill Hot Topic at Chemists Convention
9 Sep. 2013 Life is worse thru chemistry, we find, but chemists can only come up with chemical solutions.
One in seven hungry in US as Obama preps for more war
8 Sep. 2013 The number of starving US citizens during Obama’s terms in office is a whopping one in seven, worse than the global average of one in eight. He continues to pour several hundred billion dollars into the Middle East war theater.
Nanotech Food Test May Expose Chemtrail Poisoning
25 Aug. 2013 A new method to detect silver nanoparticles in fresh produce and other food products could be modified to test for chemtrail dispersants, as well.
Orwellian Smart Grid Exposé to air Sept. 5
14 Aug. 2013 Years in the making, this new documentary about the Smart Grid reveals it’s all about surveillance, with a host of deleterious health effects. Steps can be taken to protect yourself.
Is Obama’s War on Weed Coming to an End?
13 Aug. 2013 Under Obama’s new “compassionate release” program, we can begin to empty our overcrowded prisons. But he has much more to do in order to stop filling them up under mandatory minimum sentencing.
Monsanto can still sue farmers for GMO contamination event
10 Aug. 2013 While it’s absurd that Monsanto sues farmers whose crops it contaminates, now the courts have stymied that ability if only 1% of the field is affected.
Botanical arsenal: How to survive and thrive in drylands
8 Aug. 2013 Alternative Crops for Drylands: Proactively Adapting to Climate Change and Water Shortages, by Scott O’Bar, delves into Earth’s smorgasbord of under-appreciated edible plants that evolved in often-waterless regions.
July 4th reprieve for Bradley Manning after prosecution rests
3 July 2013 A brief overview of the whistleblower case and actions you can take to support freedom of speech and government accountability.
Ecowarriors destroy 6,000 GM beets in Oregon
23 June 2013 To protect against genetic contamination, a group of ecodefenders destroyed 6,000 GMO beets in Jackson County, Oregon earlier this month.
All-Time Darwin Award: The Nuclear Industry
18 Oct 2012 Gar Smith’s Nuclear Roulette: The Truth about the Most Dangerous Energy Source on Earth is a 14-point condemnation of President Eisenhower’s “peaceful atom,” an exposé of official and corporate lies, and a multi-pronged platform of alternatives.
Comprehensive Survival Food Storage Guide
17 Oct 2012 Survival food storage practice doesn’t require Mormon membership, but the tradition, wrought from their first Utah winter, is worth emulating should disaster strike or technology fail, two survival books by Mat Stein.
New Orleans is braced for Isaac
28 Aug 2012 New Orleans has battened down the hatches, filled the gas tanks, and stocked up on survival items. Prepping for a hurricane is made easy when working with survivors.
Survival tips for the urbanite: Part 1 – Nuclear Radiation
July 30, 2012 Disaster migrants and the homeless can both learn from prepper wisdom, since many of the same principles apply.
Big Pharma wants nano-scavengers in its drugs
29 June 2012 To clean up its drugs that are contaminated with genotoxic ingredients (which are also carcinogenic), Big Pharma may deploy lab-created, nanosized, polymer-based scavengers. But is the cure any safer?
US Senate votes against GMO food labels 73-26
23 June 2012 In a clear move against 90% of the American public, the US Senate has voted 73-26 against labeling genetically modified foods. Meanwhile, the second most populous nation in the world – India, with over 1.2 billion people – will begin labeling foods that contain GMOs.
U2, Bono? Celeb partners with Monsanto, G8, to biowreck African farms with GMOs
May 29, 2012 Obama met with private industry and African heads of state to launch genetically modified crops and toxic agrochemicals aimed at making poor farmers debt slaves to corporations, while destroying the ecosphere for profit. And Bono, of the rock group U2, is out shilling for Monsanto on this one.
Georgia’s poultry CAFOs extreme case in cruelty, eco-hazards; but alternatives abound
May 26, 2012 A new report provides a history of poultry feedlots and their impact on animal welfare, the environment, human health, and workers and producers. It also looks at laws that discriminate against pastured poultry, and offers healthy and more humane alternatives to factory farming in poultry operations.
FDA okays GMO carrot for rare Gaucher disease
May 22, 2012 The FDA just approved a drug made from genetically modified carrots to treat Gaucher, a rare disease found mostly among Ashkenazi Jews. It’s so rare, in fact, that to approve a GMO carrot for this purpose makes no sense, raising the specter of some unstated plan.
New study: Amish prove raw milk promotes health in children
May 9, 2010 Researchers recently confirmed that children who drink fresh milk – unprocessed and unpasteurized – have a better immune response to allergens and are far less likely to develop asthma.
California public to vote on GMO Label Act; Biotech lies begin
May 3, 2012 Stroller-pushing mothers delivered nearly a million signatures in Sacramento on Wednesday, for an initiative requiring GMO foods to be labeled.
New Orleans InfoWars video entry: Chemtrails, GMOs & Transgenics
May 2, 2012 In this 10-minute entry into Alex Jones’ wildly popular video news contest, info-warriors gathered in New Orleans to discuss the transgenic agenda.
Another way to kill US farmers: Seize their bank accounts on phony charges
April 23, 2012 Obama’s DOJ is using terrorist legislation to shut down honest farmers.
TX scalar square, HAARP ring precede tornado outbreak
April 4, 2012 On 2 April 2012, Dutch Sinse uploaded a video capture of odd weather patterns …
Raw milk dispensers a boon for small biz farmers
March 18, 2012 With some creative thinking, French dairy farmer Michel Cantaloube bought a couple raw milk vending machines…
France bans GM corn amid mass US protests against Monsanto
March 17, 2012 Amid mass US protests against Monsanto yesterday, France imposed a temporary moratorium on the planting …
Occupy WalMart: Don’t sell GM corn
March 15, 2012 In addition to the global Occupy Monsanto action on March 16-17, organizers are asking …
Bug docs warn EPA that non-GMO corn best solution to insect resistance
12March2012 Two dozen corn entomologists wrote the US Environmental Protection Agency warning that insect resistance to genetically modified corn can be halted by planting non-GMO seed.
Blue zones: Longevity tips and tricks
12March2012 Dan Buettner shares nine common diet and lifestyle habits that keep them spry past age 100. Gardening is one of them.
Monsanto-FDA’s Michael Taylor to Keynote Food Safety Town Hall
12Mar2012 An agtivist with chutzpa might want to perform an action at the Food Safety Summit where Monsanto-lobbyist-now-Obama’s-Food-Safety-Czar, Michael R. Taylor, plans to wax tyrannical at a Town Hall on April 19.
European Union approves 11 new transgenic crops in 8 months
12Mar2012 In February, the European Commission (EC) approved four transgenic soybeans intended for food and feed, following four approvals in December and three last summer.
9/11 Foreknowledge Caught on Computers that Measure Global Mind
27Feb2012 Fascinating research into a “global mind” picked up startling data in the days and hours before the 9/11 attacks, indicating widespread foreknowledge.
Jungle fungus eats plastic, beats cancer
6Feb2012 Researchers have found the first endophytic fungus that eats plastic, and can use it as its sole food source even in an oxygen-free environment.
Monsanto-funded legislators suppress GMO-label bills
2Feb2012 GMO-label bills stall in committee in Washington and Kentucky
CDC calls Morgellons’ nanoworms a delusion, protects DARPA
30Jan2012 After spending four years and $600,000, the CDC says, I don’t know and you’re crazy, in a 300-word study published last week.
Giuliani on WTC7 questions: Get a haircut, take a shower
28Jan2012 9/11 insider Rudy Giuliani would rather toss insults than answer legitimate questions about Building 7.
Confessions of a Lukewarmist
27Jan2012 The Wall Street Journal published a letter from 16 scientists who question global warming, propelling my shift from ardent warmist to lukewarmist, to, eventually, full blown skeptic.
EU signs ACTA, global internet censorship treaty
26Jan2012 EU joins ACTA treaty, defying the Magna Carta.
Walnuts for prostate cancer, osteoporosis and CHD
25Jan2012 Another study shows how good whole, unprocessed walnuts are for us; reducing cancer tumors and lowering LDL-cholesterol.
Washington State to hold public hearings on GMO label bills
22Jan2012 Washington residents move to require genetically modified foods be labeled, while California gets ready for a petition drive.
PIPA vote stalled while US censorship still grows
21Jan2012 Online censorship stalls after massive online blackout protest. Books by Project Censored and Global Research break the wall of silence on important news.
Thyroid cancer, fracking and nuclear power
17Jan2012 Thyroid cancer cases have more than doubled since 1997 in the U.S., while deadly industrial practices that contaminate groundwater with radiation and other carcinogens are also rising.
FDA sued over lack of Nanotech oversight, labels
5Jan2012 The first ever lawsuit concerning risks of nanotechnology was filed in federal court last month.
Again, hundreds of Beebe birds die despite fireworks ban
1Jan2012 Another Arkansas mass bird kill, while MSM keeps promoting the fireworks myth.