Center for a Stateless Society » Lies, Damned Lies and Jeff Jacoby

Image: mehrnews.com Here is the horrific truth about the U.S. Corporation's nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan (August, 1945): Lies, Damned Lies and Jeff Jacoby Kevin Carson | @KevinCarson1 Jeff Jacoby, in discussing Obama’s visit to Japan (“In Hiroshima, Obama Should Celebrate the Friendship that Hiroshima Made Possible,” Boston Globe, May 14), suggests that … Continue reading Center for a Stateless Society » Lies, Damned Lies and Jeff Jacoby

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“Warmongers Inc.”

Image: islamtimes.org Warmongers Inc. Published on Tuesday, 17 May 2016 UK based political analyst, Tony Gosling, highlighted two interesting articles which put US military spending and belligerence into context. Peace, Not Russia, Is Real Threat to US Power by Finian CUNNINGHAM The monstrous US military budget is a classic illustration of the proverb about not … Continue reading “Warmongers Inc.”

68 Monsanto-Owned Companies To Boycott

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(Editor’s Note:  Tomorrow marks the 4th annual international March Against Monsanto. Whether or not you participate, you can take action in solidarity all year round by refusing to buy products from the companies listed below.)

Monsanto Company Inc. is a well-known, American-owned, multinational agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology corporation. It has been a leading force behind the widespread use of genetically modified seeds, the production of GM food products, and the development and application of associated chemicals.

Specifically, Monsanto’s infamous contribution has been Roundup, a glyphosate-based herbicide that is promoted as safe and harmless to humans, but is believed by a multitude of experts to be quite the opposite. While the company’s GMO seeds are advertised as requiring a reduced use of pesticides, this has been exposed as a false claim. The company also previously produced such evils as the insecticide DDT, PCBs, Agent Orange, aspartame and…

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