The grassroots March Against Monsanto movement is spreading across the nation, and it is the beginning of the end for GMO juggernaut Monsanto.
The EPA has approved a highly dangerous pesticide that the European Union recently decided to ban over fears of environmental devastation.
The pharmaceutical giant Merck enjoys vast revenues if they’re able to advertise and “lobby” politicians to pass laws promoting their vaccinations, even while still paying huge fines and settlements for the toxic aftermath of their other medicinal drugs.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) otherwise known as the Corporate Patsy and Drug Pushing Administration (CPDPA) wants to increase their budget from $820 million to just under $5 billion for 2014? Is it possible that interest group money to ‘protect the people of the United States from chemical and biological threats’ isn’t enough?
On May 25th the March on Monsanto protests will begin, with millions around the globe protesting Monsanto’s genetic monopoly on the food supply.
The blatant ways in which the government mindlessly spends our tax money when our health is in decline and the economy sputters along on the petro-dollar are often astounding. It should be alarming to know that diabetes drugs are now costing us $35 billion a year while a great deal of money is being spent on diabetes-fueling sugar.
When alternative practitioners or pioneering MDs start having success treating cancer outside mainstream medical’s approved standard of care set by governing medical bureaucracies to appease Big Pharma, they are hounded, persecuted, or prosecuted, while information of their successes is withheld.
In a Chicago suburb, school officials recently fired a 17-year veteran teacher for showing students wrenches, pliers, and a few Phillip’s head screwdrivers in a recent discussion about ‘tool use’ in his classroom.
Seeking a second opinion for your child might just end up in a CPS home invasion as one couple discovered.