Archive for July, 2010
Tags: 2012, Consciousness, David Icke, Illuminati, Illusion, New World Order, Nibiru, NWO, Quantum Physics, Reality, Time Space
Tags: America's elite, belief systems, big brother, Brainwashing, centralized control, conspiracies, David Icke, elite controllers, Freedom, Government Corruption, Illuminati, Media Control, perception, World Government
Tags: Arcane Science, Brainwashing, evil corporation, Government Corruption, Media Control, monsanto
When we consider the rogue’s gallery of devilish, over-sized, greedy and disproportionately powerful corporations, we generally come up with outfits like Microsoft, Bechtel, AIG, Halliburton, Goldman-Sachs, Exxon-Mobil and the United States Senate.
Yet somehow, Monsanto, arguably the most devilish, over-sized, greedy and disproportionately powerful corporation in the world has been able to more or less skulk between the raindrops — only a household name in households where documentaries like Food Inc. are regarded as light Friday evening entertainment. My house, for example. But for the most part, if you were to ask an average American for their list of sinister corporations, Monsanto probably wouldn’t make the cut.
Founded by Missouri pharmacist John Francis Queeny in 1901, Monsanto is literally everywhere. Just about every non-organic food product available to consumers has some sort of connection with Monsanto.
Anyone who can read a label knows that corn, soy and cotton can be found in just about every American food product. Upwards of 90% of all corn, soybeans and cotton are grown from genetically engineered seeds, also known as genetically modified organisms (GMOs). These genetically enhanced products appear in around 70% of all American processed food products. And Monsanto controls 90% of all genetically engineered seeds. In other words, Monsanto controls — and owns patents on — most of the American food supply.
When you consider, that one-in-four food labels is inaccurate, that the F.D.A.’s testing is weak at best, then how can we trust one corporation to have so much control over our produce? The answer is, we can’t.
Tags: 3rd Party, America, Department of Education, Department of Energy, Economy, Federal Reserve Scam, James Quinn, Ron Paul, Ryan Paul
I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news. There are no easy solutions. There are only painful, more painful, and really, really painful solutions. Both mainstream corrupted political parties have had the chance to put the country back on a prudent fiscal path. They have both failed miserably. One party will spend the country into oblivion and the other party will try to democratize the world with their military machine. There are no fresh ideas from either party. There are the same old stale ideas and rhetoric.
I’ve been waiting for someone to distinguish themselves as a straightforward leader who will level with the American people and tell them the TRUTH. There is only one totally truthful politician in Washington DC. His name is Ron Paul. He is trapped in a Republican Party run by neo-con warmongers. Chris Christie, the governor of NJ, has the guts and demeanor to satisfy the requirements of a new leader, but the hacks who run the party will not allow him to become the face of the party. Paul Ryan, Congressman from Wisconsin, has the brains and ideas to help save the country. The party hacks will pretend to adopt his ideas to get elected in 2012 and then go back to the same old policies.
Both parties are captured by corporate lobbyists, the military industrial complex and Wall Street. Lobbyists spend $40 billion per year “convincing” politicians that their ideas should be implemented. Politicians DO NOT represent the people. They represent those who give them the most money. Radical earth shattering change is needed to save this country. Incremental steps won’t work. We need a leader wielding a sledgehammer.
Tags: Annie Leonard, Aquafina, Bottled Water, Dasani, drinking water, free range studios, inside the bottle, story of bottled water, story of stuff project, tap water, The Story of Stuff, think outside the bottle, Toxic, Toxins
The Story of Bottled Water, released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day) employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand—how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows from the tap.
Tags: Annie Leonard, cosmetics, Cosmetics Industry, Story of Cosmetics, The Story of Stuff, Toxic, Toxins
The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo.
Tags: Asphalt Volcano, Bill Ryan, BP, Brainwashing, Catastrophe, City Destruction, CURSE OF THE BLACK GOLD, Deepwater Horizon, Disaster, Ed Kashi, Florida, Government Corruption, Gulf Oil Spill, Halliburton, Horizon Disaster, Macondo, Matt Simmons, Media Control, Niger Delta, Obama, Oil Leak, Pensacola, Project Avalon, Skimmers, Tony Hayward, Tyranny, Worst Case Scenario
Here’s a new audio interview, and a new video presentation… discussing the Gulf oil crisis, the role of the alternative media, and the extensive and important learning to be had by all.
Both are wide ranging: the audio in particular. Recommended.
Video presentation by Bill Ryan about the Gulf oil crisis and the situation in the Niger Delta (24 mins)
The video presentation is worth watching for Ed Kashi’s powerful 8-minute film CURSE OF THE BLACK GOLD, which I’ve appended on the end. See this, if nothing else. This is what’s being done to the human race when no-one in the first world is watching. The film Avatar comes to mind. It’s all right here on Planet Earth. You don’t have to go to Pandora.