By Tyler Durden
She had been mysteriously assassinated on Oct. 16, 2017 via car bomb in Malta’s most high-profile crime in recent history. The 53-year-old mother of three who led the Panama papers revelations and whose blog posts regularly had more readers than the combined circulation of the country’s newspapers, Daphne Caruana Galizia, had been commonly described as a “one-woman WikiLeaks” for being “a thorn in the side of both the establishment and underworld figures” in the EU’s smallest member state. →
via Malta PM To Step Down Related To Car Bombing Of Journalist Dubbed “One-Woman WikiLeaks” — Activist Post
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) has filed criminal charges against seven German NGO’s for human trafficking — including Doctors Without Borders.
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A world-renowned journalist was assassinated, and her son claims a police sergeant who is supposed to investigate her murder, was celebrating it on Facebook….Read more & video clip
via Journalist Behind Leak that Exposed Clinton’s Criminal Campaign Donors, Blown Up in Her Car — The Free Thought Project
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
The European Union’s smallest member country, Malta, has officially began the process of completely banning Monsanto’s toxic glyphosate from the 122 square mile island nation in the Mediterranean Sea. Labeled a ‘probable carcinogenic’ by the World Health Organization, controversy over the use of glyphosate, a primary ingredient in the popular gardening product RoundUp, is a globally contentious issue, yet very few nation states have sided with precautionary reasoning when considering the continued use of this toxic herbicide and crop desiccant.
Usage of glyphosate is soaring worldwide, even in the face of vast expert and personal testimony that confers upon the risks to public health of its usage in industrial agriculture and in small-scale farms and gardens. In addition to being suspected of causing cancer under certain conditions, glyphosate has been linked to many other serious and chronic health problems, such as autoimmune disorders, liver poisoning, autism, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, inflammatory bowel disease and other chronic illnesses.
Furthermore glyphosate is severely disruptive to the gut microbiome of the human body, which is now being understood as a ‘second brain,’ responsible in major ways for regulating mood, the emotional body, our immune system, and influencing mental health conditions like depression.
Read More at: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2016/07/29/eus-smallest-nation-first-completely-ban-monsantos-toxic-glyphosate/
READ: The Complete History of Monsanto, The World’s Most Evil Corporation