Big Pharma-Big Agra Mergers: Furthering The Synthetic Agenda

Big Pharma-Big Agra mergers have accelerated recently, with Syngenta being bought by ChemChina (China National Chemical Corporation), Dow Chemical merging with DuPont, and Monsanto agreeing to be acquired by Bayer on Sept. 14th 2016 for US$66 billion. Bayer and Monsanto have signed off on the deal. Syngenta had previously rejected a $47 billion takeover bid by Monsanto ...Read More »

Cover-Up: That Sinkhole In Florida Is Far Worse Than Officials Are Admitting (VIDEO)

By now, you may have heard some murmurs about another sinkhole in Florida, and that it might be leaking radioactive particles into some body of water or another. The information out there is vague. Sinkholes are not an uncommon phenomenon in Florida. It doesn’t seem like a huge deal, the way the media is brushing ...Read More »

The Rise Of The Obesogens

Diet advice as it pertains to weight gain has been simple–take in more than you can burn off and you’ll gain weight. The calorie in, calorie out approach to weight loss is not only outdated, it’s also ineffective in some cases. While no one is arguing the benefits of a healthy diet and exercise regime ...Read More »

Would You Rather Risk Getting Zika Or Be Sprayed With Toxic Pesticides?

In the worst real life game of “Would You Rather” ever, many Florida residents would far prefer to risk contracting the Zika virus than to be sprayed like a bug. This week, protesters showed up in gas masks to let the Miami Beach City Commission know how they really feel about aerial spraying of Naled in ...Read More »

Chlorine, Cancer And Heart Disease

Adding chlorine to drinking water is a practice that began in the late 1800s, and by 1904 this was the standard in water treatment. For the most part, this process is still implemented today. Unfortunately, chlorine isn’t used because it’s the safest or most effective means of disinfection — it’s just the cheapest. In spite ...Read More »

Syngenta Terrorized Scientist For 15 Years To Quell Concerns About Atrazine -Less Known Herbicide (VIDEO)

With the advent of the “green revolution” starting in the 1930s, chemicals were widely embraced as the way to eradicate hunger and ensure abundant harvests. Pesticides and synthetic fertilizers were hailed as scientific marvels that afforded the Western world the highest standard of living the world had ever known. In this chemistry-based model, every problem ...Read More »

‘Zika Threat’: Corporate News Coverage Of Aerial Pesticide Deployment Uses ‘Expert’ Sources With CDC, Government Ties (VIDEO)

Blackout on Puerto Rico’s federal lawsuit against CDC over Naled. Major Western news media’s coverage of the alleged dangers posed by the Zika virus and “preventative” measures mandated by overreaching federal agencies is a textbook example of censorship by omission, intentional oversight of facts, and deference to questionable “expert” authority to assuage valid public concern ...Read More »

Crude Awakening: Mineral Oil Contaminates Everyone's Bodies

The scientific literature indicates that there are at least two dozen adverse health effects linked to exposure to mineral oil, a crude oil derivative. New research indicates these fat-soluble hydrocarbons are accumulating to disturbing levels in our bodies, and affecting newborns by contaminating breast milk. How did they get there? Mineral oil is legally allowed to ...Read More »

Millions Of Bees Dead After Zika Spraying In South Carolina, Town Described: "Like It's Been Nuked"!

In a historic self-inflicted wound courtesy of the diabolic ruling elite and their fabricated Zika virus psychological operation on the American public a section of South Carolina, Dorchester County, was hit Sunday morning (August 28, 2016) with a secret aerial spraying of “Naled” a typical poisonous pesticide that the company, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ...Read More »

FDA Finally Tells The Dirty Truth About Antibacterial Soap

Once again, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is behind, well, most of humanity, in understanding a basic concept: antibacterial overuse is a bad, bad idea. Two antibacterial agents, triclocarban and triclosan, were developed in the 1950s and 1960s, and were first used mainly as antiseptic agents in hospitals. In the early 1990s, sales of antibacterial products ...Read More »

Food Dyes And ADHD: Is There A Connection?

Before you feed your child that pack of brightly-colored gummy bears, you may want to think again. Your children may love the fun colors of those sweet chewy morsels, but most are laced with toxic synthetic food dyes. According to a report from the Center for Science in the Public Interest, studies done on food ...Read More »

Collateral Damage: How Zika Pesticide Spraying Could Eventually Kill Us All

Whether you think the Zika virus is a terrifying emerging epidemic, or whether you think the claims just don’t add up, your opinion no longer matters. It doesn’t matter whether you believe in its existence, whether you believe it is less serious than the government claims, or whether you doubt that it actually causes infants ...Read More »

Zika Update- Mass Chemical Spraying Before All Dolphins Games To Officially Begin!

It’s official. The Miami Dolphins NFL football team has announced that this fall before every home game massive chemical pesticide spraying will be conducted to supposedly combat Zika virus, the totally benign virus which just recently (last year in 2015) was recreated by the mainstream media and turned into a scary killer virus which supposedly ...Read More »

How Monsanto Promotes Worldwide Infertility

Monsanto has a long and infamous history of manufacturing and bringing to market such chemicals as DDT, Agent Orange, aspartame, Roundup and dioxin1 — chemical compounds from which society continues to feel the effects. In an effort to distance the current corporation from past deeds, Monsanto refers to the company prior to 2002 as “the ...Read More »

Mycotoxins: The Hidden Hormone Danger In Our Food Supply

Over 30 years ago, scientists observed mycotoxin contaminated animal feed (grains) interfering with normal sexual development in young female pigs, resulting in estrogenic syndromes and precocious puberty. Recent human research in the U.S. is now confirming that the contamination of our food supply with fungal toxins is adversely affecting the sexual development of young girls. ...Read More »

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