The FDA is a Joke, a Fraud, a Puppet of Big Pharma!

Image: allergiesandyourgut.com If you still trust the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), then you should read the following article and links below: Use of term “FDA” should always trigger a warning by Jon Rappoport June 6, 2016 (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) “In 1957, the FDA burned all the books … Continue reading The FDA is a Joke, a Fraud, a Puppet of Big Pharma!

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Global Warming: How It All Began — Richard Courtney | Still Waiting For Greenhouse

Taking Sides

Norm’s note: I do not necessarily agree with everything that Richard Courtney has to say on climate per se , but I think that his summary of the politics behind the rise into public prominence of “global warming” as a pressing issue pregnant with catastrophic consequences needs to be acknowledged and taken into account and further pursued.

Source: John L. Daly / Still Waiting For Greenhouse

Global Warming:    How It All Began

by

Richard Courtney


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   Imagined risk

All available evidence indicates that man-made global warming is a physical impossibility, but if the predicted warming could be induced it would probably provide net benefits. However, there is a widespread imagined risk of the warming and politicians are responding to it. Responses to imagined risk are often extreme and dangerous. For example, somebody with a fear of mice may see a mouse…

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“Poverty, Militarism and the Public Schools”

Image: pinimg.com “Kids in seventh grade are being rolled up into this Memorial Day parade,” Merwin said. “We’re inculcating kids into the military system at a young age — the kind of thing we criticized the Soviet Union for back in the day. And it’s mostly kids of color.” Poverty, Militarism and the Public Schools … Continue reading “Poverty, Militarism and the Public Schools”

“RUNNYMEDE GAZETTE – MAY 2016”

Image: http://www.permanentculturenow.com RUNNYMEDE GAZETTE - MAY 2016 Published on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 The latest Runnymede Gazette opens with two articles posted in Daily Pickings: the first being a retrospective view of Occupy and the second on the structural nature of the many problems we face. The editorial refers to the need to organise but … Continue reading “RUNNYMEDE GAZETTE – MAY 2016”