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Category Archives: Monsanto

SHTFplan: Dave Murphy: Will Monsanto’s Loss Result In Less Poison In Our Food?

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Adam Taggart at PeakProsperity In November 2016, a very concerning report — Glyphosate: Unsafe On Any Plate — was released by The Detox Project and Food Democracy Now!, raising the alarm of the high levels of glyphosate in the US food supply and the (deliberate?) low […]

SHTFplan: Weed-Killing Carcinogen Glyphosate Found In Children’s Foods

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. The known carcinogen and infamous weed killing chemical glyphosate has just been found in breakfast foods marketed for children. A new study has discovered trace amounts of the most widely used herbicide in the country in oats, granolas, and snack bars. Concern over glyphosate has continued to grow in […]

MONSANTO IS PAYING FARMERS TO USE ITS CONTROVERSIAL PESTICIDE

thedailysheeple.com / AARON KESEL VIA WWW.ACTIVISTPOST.COM / DECEMBER 14, 2017 Corporate pesticide maker Monsanto, which has faced several recent lawsuits against its products, is paying farmers to use its controversial weedkiller XtendiMax with VaporGrip, an herbicide based on a chemical known as dicamba, Yahoo News reported. The incentive to use XtendiMax aims to refund farmers over half the sticker price of the […]

BUSTED! Monsanto Caught Writing Their Own Independent Safety Reviews

Leaked internal documents from Monsanto condemn the already-struggling giant to maintain some level of integrity. The company has been caught red-handed using a ghostwriter to craft their own independent safety reviews to be published in scientific journals. According to Natural News, plaintiffs suing the agricultural company are alleging that Monsanto self-wrote several “independent” scientific reviews […]

Draghi Confesses: Eurozone Needs ECB Cash

Whereas some members of the governing council of the European Central Bank were hinting the monetary policy would return back to ‘normal’ sooner rather than later, Mario Draghi, the president of the ECB, had a completely different opinion when he testified at the European Parliament. According to Draghi, all stimulus measures need to remain in […]

Nassim Taleb Crushes The ‘Merchants Of Virtue’

Authored by Nassim Nicholas Taleb via Medium.com, I will always remember my encounter with the writer and cultural icon Susan Sontag, largely because it was on the same day that I met the great Benoit Mandelbrot. I took place in 2001, two months after the terrorist event, in a radio station in New York. Sontag […]

All Eyes On Washington: US Futures Rise On Hope Healthcare Vote Will Pass

Asian shares and S&P futures rose on optimism that today’s rescheduled U.S. vote on health care will pass following Trump’s Ultimatum to the Freedom Caucus. European stocks gave up some of Thursday’s gains, falling for the fourth time in five days, and moving further away from a 15-month high reached a week ago while the […]

Six Dangerous Leftist Concepts

Authored by ReturnOfKings.com via The Burning Platform, The left is intrinsically conflict-mongering. It always existed against a particular state of thing, whether real or fantasized. Early on, though, it dissimulated its conflictive essence by posing as positive or “progressive.” To this end, generations of leftists twisted language to give themselves a good appearance whereas the […]

The Only Man In Europe Who Makes Any Sense

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, Since the new year will bring yuuge and bigly changes to us all (I truly hope both the year and the changes will leave you happy), I thought I’d start off by ‘reduxing’ two articles that contain further ‘reduxes’, Russian doll style. I do this […]

US Futures, Bonds Rise, Dollar Dips As Fed, BOJ Meetings Begin

If yesterday one could “explain” the overnight stock levitation due to the move higher in crude oil, today there is no such catalyst with WTI down modestly, and yet the broader push higher across European stocks and US equities has reappeared following yesterday’s muted close on Wall Street ahead of key central bank data on […]