By Rady Ananda
Food Freedom News
To protect against genetic contamination, a group of ecodefenders destroyed 6,000 genetically modified beets in Jackson County, Oregon earlier this month. The FBI is involved and has deemed the act “economic sabotage,” despite that Syngenta is creating products that economically destroy organic crops through genetic contamination and pesticide aerial drift.
When cross contamination occurs, then our corrupt judicial system blames the victim farmer who is ordered to pay Monsanto for the company’s failure to control its frankenseeds that contaminated her organic crops.
Posted in Economy Economics, Environment, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Land Grab
Tagged colony collapse disorder, CP4, gm beet sabotage, Monsanto, neonicotinoids, oregon, roundup, syngenta, white nose syndrome
By Rady Ananda
While industries continue to pollute the planet with their toxic chemicals, toxic waste and toxic spills, Earth’s pollinators sing a swan song that leaves no doubt as to the folly of modern civilization. Our ability to hear and appropriately respond to the crisis of declining pollinators will determine humanity’s survival.
“In 1923, Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian scientist, philosopher and social innovator, predicted that in 80 to 100 years honeybees would collapse.” Queen of the Sun
Steiner believed the industrialization of bees would lead to their demise. It looks like he was right. In recent years, the United States has lost between 100 and 300 billion bees, and the problem has spread to Europe and beyond. While industrialized beekeeping operations do kill millions of bees each year, several other factors contribute to their massive die-off.
Posted in Bioweaponry, Genetic Engineering
Tagged age of mammals, apiculture, apis mellfera, biotechnology, colony collapse disorder, Evolution, factory farms, Genetically Engineered Food, global bee colony disorders, gm crops, hfcs, high fructose corn syrup, keystone species, mass die-off, monoculture, north american bats, Pesticides, pollution, queen of the sun, scientific studies, Sustainable Practices, taggart siegel, unep, white nose syndrome, wns