(Collective-Evolution) Recently, a country in West Africa, Togo has prohibited the ‘import, market or use of glyphosate and any other product containing it.’ This decision was finalized in December of last year by the Minister of Agriculture, Animal Production and Fisheries, Noel Kouerta Bataka. →
(Collective-Evolution) It has long been argued that there is no difference in nutritional content between organic crops and conventional crops. However, it’s turning out that this assumption simply isn’t true. It’s no secret that more consumers are seeking organically grown food, coming from the perception that the pesticides sprayed on conventional crops are harmful to human health. But what does the science say? →
By Matt Agorist
(Activist Post) Because government is the antithesis to freedom, industrial hemp has been banned nationwide since 1937 ostensibly due to the plant’s similarities to marijuana. Many have speculated that this move was also due to the fact that cannabis is in direct competition with the pharmaceutical industry by providing far safer alternative treatments as well as directly competing with the petrochemical industry. However, all this changed in December 2018 after President Donald Trump signed the Agriculture Improvement act of 2018, legalizing industrial hemp on a national scale.
Despite this move, law enforcement across the country continues to go after entirely legal businesses for selling this THC-free version of the cannabis plant. However, they are quickly being exposed for the tyrants that they are. Even the mainstream media—who have long suppressed and ignored the benefits of the hemp plant—are now forced to cover its benefits. →
People are not aware how subtly their lives have been influenced
The Pharmaceutical human ills market
Preventive health care is prohibited
Source: (The Final Wakeup Call)
No Healthcare but Sickness is the aim
Health care is a pathological lie, there never has been the intention to cure people from illnesses, since health care has been confiscated by Rockefeller’s Big Pharma industry. It has been initiated by John D. Rockefeller (1839-1937) who found competition a sin and was a plain proponent of monopoly, away from the free market. As he explained; competition comes at the expense of excessive profits. So the Rockefellers began to buy up all rivals in their industries, who either were incorporated as partners or as shareholders. Those who did not want to participate were crushed. So they became the monopolist and repeated that in industries as well, like; Banking and Finance Institutions, Energy, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Food Processing, Media, Arms Trade and Production, Information Technology, Education, and a few more. →
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Nederlands: Die milliardenschwere Krankheitsindustrie
Deutsch: Die milliardenschwere Krankheitsindustrie
(Humans Are Free) The weed killer glyphosate — infamously known as Roundup — can be found everywhere: lawns, gardens, parks, soil, rivers and even in the rain (1). But household use of this herbicide is dwarfed by its use in agriculture. And herein lies the problem.
Over the past several years, scientists have discovered that exposure to glyphosate-containing weed killers is a huge threat to public health. And it’s a risk that keeps growing.
The rise of GMO crops — including corn, soy, and canola — has led to a skyrocketing use of glyphosate with almost 300 million pounds applied each year (2). Genetically engineered crops (GMOs) were designed to withstand this toxic herbicide, so it can be sprayed and kill the weeds but not the crop. →
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(TV-Hälsa) Sikkim, en mindre delstat i Indien var den första att gå över till helt ekologisk jordbruk redan 2016. Turismen ökade med 70 procent, och marken har blivit helt återställd. Människor över hela världen har besökt platsen, där över 4,500 olika växtarter och sällsynta vilda djur lever i ett blomstrande ekosystem. →
Läs mera & video: BBC News: “Will organic revolution boost farming in India? – BBC News” (2:15) via — TV Hälsa
(True Activist) According to officials, Ethiopia could have possibly gotten a new world record by planting about 350 million trees in their country, all in a single day.
This campaign of tree-planting was started as part of a national initiative with the end goal of planting 4 billion trees all across the country in one summer. Part of this initiative is the prevention of further deforestation and climate change in their land which has a lot of drought.