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Monsanto set to halt GM push in Europe

Monsanto plans to halt lobbying for its genetically modified plant varieties in Europe due to low demand from local farmers, a representative from the US agricultural giant told a German daily. “We are no longer working on lobbying for more cultivation in Europe,” Brandon Mitchner a representative for Monsanto’s European branch, Tageszeitung, said in an […]

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Pot Legalization: Public Opinion Begins to Sway

The current battle over marijuana decriminalization is beginning to gain attention from the general public, as well as state and federal officials. No longer the platform of fringe activist groups, medical marijuana is now legal in 18 states and the District of Columbia. But it’s not only those suffering from chronic illnesses who have access […]

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App allows votes against Monsanto

A new app aims to become an engine for consumer activism, helping users spend money on products from companies they share causes with, boycotting those they don’t. The prime targets at the moment are Monsanto and Koch brothers.   The power that new technology gives to grassroots movements comes into focus occasionally. It did when […]

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Nikola Tesla’s Lab Saved After 18 Years of Activism

This is an update to the ongoing progress of trying to save Nikola Tesla’s lab at Wardenclyffe.  A campaign issued by the well-known comic creator of The Oatmeal, Matthew Inman, was established to raise enough money to purchase Nikola Tesla’s laboratory. It ended with incredible success. As we originally reported, a non-profit sought to raise $850,000 in […]

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Peru bans GMOs

Peru bans GMOs

(NaturalNews) The only other country in the Americas besides Ecuador to completely ban genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) from being cultivated within its borders, the South American nation of Peru has taken charge to help protect not only its own citizens but also the people of the countries to whom it exports food crops from the horrors […]

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Electronic Warfare 2 + 2 = 5

Michael T. Winter True Activist It is within the nature of mankind for a disproportionately small percentage of men to attempt to exert control over the greater multidinous horde.  The primary method of control is achieved through violent oppression.  Violence is required as most people will not willingly submit to control by others, be it […]

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Nestle CEO: Water Is Not A Human Right, Should Be Privatized

Is water a free and basic human right, or should all the water on the planet belong to major corporations and be treated as a product? Should the poor who cannot afford to pay these said corporations suffer from starvation due to their lack of financial wealth? According to the former CEO and now Chairman […]

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The Pirate Bay relocates to Iceland after Greenland rejection

Under pressure from international copyright enforcers, The Pirate Bay has relocated to Iceland. The world’s largest file-sharing site moved its servers to Greenland last month but now employs an Icelandic .is domain, which will be harder to take offline. The Pirate Bay’s operators first moved from Sweden to Greenland after anticipating that their domain would […]

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