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It is important to wrap one’s mind around the fact that we live in a “Business As A System Of Power” trading Humans (I shop therefore I am, I am what I buy) and Nature as commodities. In a “business economy”, we do not own ourselves but remain at the mercy of a top down model trading the less wealthy and the poor for profit as it sees fit .
We live in a people’s farm. As stated in yesterday blog: this is about raw power in all its pure machiavellian state.
There is no reason to fear letting go our materialist premise which holds us back. It is time for the first step toward a full-fledged self-responsibility. It is obvious that while among the living, the only thing we can own is our own body and mind defined by our natural birth rights and the respect for Life as a whole. All material goods should only remain accessible to enhance human cooperation and contribution — instead of competing for them.
The Poison Papers
The “Poison Papers” represent a vast trove of rediscovered chemical industry and regulatory agency documents and correspondence stretching back to the 1920s. Taken as a whole, the papers show that both industry and regulators understood the extraordinary toxicity of many chemical products and worked together to conceal this information from the public and the press. These papers will transform our understanding of the hazards posed by certain chemicals on the market and the fraudulence of some of the regulatory processes relied upon to protect human health and the environment. …….
The Poison Papers are a compilation of over 20,000 documents obtained from federal agencies and chemical manufacturers via open records requests and public interest litigation. They include internal scientific studies and summaries of studies, internal memos and reports, meeting minutes, strategic discussions, and sworn testimonies. The majority of these documents have been scanned and digitized by us for the first time and represent nearly three tons of material. The regulatory agency sources of these documents include: the EPA, the US Forest Service, the FDA, the Veterans Administration, and the Department of Defense. Chemical manufacturers referenced in the documents include: Dow, Monsanto, DuPont, and Union Carbide, as well as many smaller manufacturers and the commercial testing companies who worked for them…… MORE: https://www.poisonpapers.org/the-poison-papers/
Monsanto’s secret: Claims about glyphosate safety were junk science myths promoted for financial gain…. The eye-opening Poison Papers are being made public by the law firm Baum Hedlund. The project includes ….. documents detailing how the chemical industry knowingly worked with government regulators to conceal the toxicity of chemical products for forty years. The Poison Paper’s lead journalist, Peter von Stackelberg, says the papers lay out “a 40-year history of deceit and collusion involving the chemical industry and the regulatory agencies that were supposed to be protecting human health and the environment…. more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-05-monsantos-claims-about-glyphosate-safety-were-myths.html
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Video: Biotechnology, Agrichemicals, and the Value of Life
October 17, 2018 By Allison Wilson
Critical Reviews in Toxicology’s Correction of Glyphosate Review Only Tells Half the Story
October 1, 2018 By Jonathan Latham, PhD
The academic journal Critical Reviews in Toxicology issued corrections yesterday for articles that were published in a 2016 supplemental issue dedicated to reviewing the safety of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer. Yet that it’s corrections are radically incomplete, claims Law firm Baum Hedlund.
How Corporations Write Our Laws
(june 2018) Gordon Lafer explains how the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) makes it easy for corporations to write our laws.
(Gordon was surely betting on Bernie Sanders to save the day, but beyond that, that is how business is done)