New Study Finds Strong Link Between Glyphosate & Human Liver Disease – Collective-Evolution – September 9, 2019

(Collective-Evolution)  Scientists and health professionals have been raising concerns about pesticides for decades. The idea that these products were ever approved as safe by our federal health regulatory agencies is truly mind blowing, given the fact that their toxicity and danger seem to be unquestionable. In 2012, the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) stated that “Children today are sicker than they were a generation ago. From childhood cancers to autism, birth defects and asthma, a wide range of childhood diseases and disorders are on the rise. Our assessment of the latest science leaves little room for doubt; pesticides are one key driver of this sobering trend.” → Read more

Our Campaign To Help Stop 5G – A Major Global Health Hazard & How You Can Help Us Stop It — Collective Evolution – July 4th, 2019

(Collective-Evolution) One mystery of our modern day world is how products and services continue to gain approval that are clearly harmful to human health. Many of these products and services are completely exempt from any health and safety testing by our federal health regulatory agencies, or our federal health regulatory agencies become compromised by big corporations that seem to control them and dictate government policy. Along with these approvals comes mass marketing campaigns that are akin to brainwashing, they make the masses believe these measures are okay, as if they’re for our own good and that the human population is being taken care of. That, unfortunately, could not be further from the truth. People are still waking up to this fact, and in many cases have a hard time believing it. Again, that comes from massive brainwashing campaigns and ridicule campaigns that don’t address the issues being created by activists.

Read more & CETV: “Help Stop The 5G Infrastructure” (3:01) via Our Campaign To Help Stop 5G – A Major Global Health Hazard & How You Can Help Us Stop It — Collective Evolution