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Brazil Is Going To Block The NSA

By: Jeff Berwick, Activist Post. General Keith Alexander has admitted that Edward J. Snowden’s revelations have caused “significant and irreversible damage” to the US’s national security, and that national governments and terrorist organizations now know how to get around US spying. He seems to underestimate the real damage: The NSA revelations are but another smear […]

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Monsanto wins prestigious World Food Prize

If only, if only it were a joke…….. If you thought the world couldn´t get any crazier, news this week that a Monsanto executive is to receive the World Food Prize for its services to agriculture might make you think again. Robert T Fraley, Executive Vice President of Monsanto, along with Mary Dell Chilton, founder […]

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5 Tips on How to Avoid GMO Foods in the Grocery Store

By: Elizabeth Renter, Natural Society. A conscientious shopper always reads labels when shopping for groceries. But if you are in the United States, those labels won’t tell you if there are genetically modified ingredients inside. Instead, you have to be a bit of a food detective, digging for the information yourself because the government and food […]

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Miriam Carey is dead, and you could be next. America, we worry about you

By: Sophie McAdam, True Activist. To those of us outside the USA, the no-questions-asked execution of Miriam Carey exposed two chilling American anomalies: trigger-happy cops and corporate journalists who refuse to ask tough questions. Last Thursday, a respectable 34 year-old dental hygienist was gunned down in front of her baby for failing to stop at […]

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TED halts any talks about GMOs

By: Mike Adams, Natural News. Allow me to be the first to announce that TED is dead. Why? Because the group that organizes so-called “TED talks” has been thoroughly hijacked by corporate junk science and now openly rejects any talks about GMOs, food as medicine, or even the subject of how food can help prevent behavioral disorders […]

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TED Talk Controversy: 3 Powerful Talks TED Tried to Censor

By Joe Martino, collective-evolution.com. TED is a powerful and paradigm shattering initiative that brands itself with the slogan “Ideas worth spreading.” At this point, we have probably all heard of TED and the short talks given by inspiring people from all around the world to audiences at different conferences. These talks can range in subject […]

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Total GMO Ban To Be Considered By Russia Within Weeks

By: Natasha Longo, Prevent Disease. As one of the few nations in the world with a GMO-free platform, Russia does not allow any cultivation of GMOs for commercial purposes. Their regulatory agencies recently suspended the import and use of an American GM corn following a study suggesting a link to breast cancer and organ damage. […]

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Waking the giant: examining the legacy of a global uprising

By: Sophie McAdam, True Activist. In December 2010, a desperate Tunisian man set himself on fire after he was denied the right to sell fruit and vegetables in the street.  This hopeless, tragic act sparked nationwide protests against the government that were to send president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fleeing in exile from Tunisia. […]

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