The Battle for Food Control

‘This is not a speculative subject, the facts have been screaming out for years, yet nobody making legislation is listening. Money speaks louder than words and the giant cover up and PR operation has been backed by billions of dollars of corporate money over the last 30 years, which has been enough to keep the public buying poisonous products and calling it food. The cost of a poor diet is huge on the average American who spends large amounts on health insurance and care for preventable health issues. If they were not spending so much on health problems, could have spend it a second place to live instead of lining the pockets medical companies…’

Radiation-toxic Food Being Exported from Japan (VIDEO)
‘Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear (former radioactive waste specialist at NIRS): The regulations in the US are worse than the regulations in Japan in terms of radioactive contamination […]

‘The difference between Japan and the United States is kind of startling. In Japan, at this point the permissible level of radioactivity in food is 100 becquerels per kilogram […] In the United States the permissible level is 1,200. So Japan’s limits are 12 times stronger than ours, which means that we could very certainly be importing food from Japan that’s considered unfit to eat there…’

Hundreds of Sandy-damaged Homes to be Demolished
One good thing in the Philippines: this is not done there

‘New York City is moving to demolish hundreds of homes in the neighborhoods hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy, after a grim assessment of the storm-ravaged coast revealed that many structures were so damaged they pose a danger to public safety and other buildings nearby…’

One sure way to invite trouble
Gun Shop Owner Bans Obama Voters
I’m not an Obama or any politician’s fan, but be sure that trouble will come to this shop sooner than later

‘If you’re one of the 736 people in Pinetop who voted for President Obama last week, let it be known that you are no longer welcome inside one of the town’s gun shops.’At least, that’s according to the Southwest Shooting Authority’s owner, and the advertisement (pictured to the right) that he took out in the local paper, the White Mountain Independent…’

Obama and McKayla Are Not Impressed

Social Media is The New Admissions Test
‘According to a recent Kaplan Test Prep survey of 350 admissions officers, more than 25 percent of school officials said they had looked up applicants on Facebook or Google. Off campus, a similar percentage of private scholarship organizations also acknowledge researching their applicants online, according to a National Scholarship Providers Association survey. Still, many admissions directors are reluctant to provide specifics in how they scour social feeds. No, many say, they don’t look up every applicant online, but yes, if they somehow come across an inappropriate tweet or Facebook post, it could factor into their decision. No, they’d never use it as the deciding factor between two similar applicants, but yes, students should be mindful of what they post…’Read more


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