NEW GM CROPS USE RNA INTERFERENCE TECHNOLOGY FOR MASS STERILIZATION

Gene silencing raised some eyebrows when it was first touted just over a year ago, as the next “miracle” gene alteration technology. It was developed with the ability to make “precise” insertions and deletions into a plant’s genome. This new technology has been developed to utilize RNA interference to block protein translation in a gene. It doesn’t sound so ubiquitously perilous until you realize that the specific target is an insect’s reproductive ability.

The technology, called RNAi for short, has been touted as a “therapy,” ideologically promoted as a mechanism to silence unwanted genes that can cause cancer and other diseases. This mechanistic scientific viewpoint is a common feature of reductionist views which see the human being, and all of nature as a machine which can be tampered with, without ever affecting its constituent, interrelated parts.

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YouTube Under Fire After Mass Deleting Videos Deemed ‘Extremist Material’

Monitoring group and Syrian opposition videos and accounts have been removed for violating YouTube’s guidelines.

YouTube is facing criticism after a new artificial intelligence program monitoring “extremist” content began flagging and removing masses of videos and blocking channels that document war crimes in the Middle East.

Middle East Eye, the monitoring organization Airwars, and the open-source investigations site Bellingcat are among a number of sites that have had videos removed for breaching YouTube’s Community Guidelines.

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New Documents Prove Mainstream Pro-Monsanto Article Was Actually Written by Monsanto

According to documents recently released amid a lawsuit against Monsanto regarding the safety of glyphosate, a widely used herbicide, a prominent academic from Stanford University allowed the agrochemical giant to pen an op-ed in his name. It was subsequently published in Forbes magazine.

 Henry I. Miller, a Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, has long been an ally of large agricultural companies, as well as the tobacco industry.

In 2015, shortly after the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a branch of the World Health Organization, ruled that glyphosate was a “probable carcinogen,” an email sent to Miller by Eric Sachs, a Science, Technology & Outreach Lead at Monsanto, invited him to write about the decision:

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History They Don’t Teach – Zionist Terrorism

A brief history of Jewish terrorism and Israeli false-flag operations. This has nothing to do with the teachings of Judaism but everything to do with Zionism, which is a relatively new racist Sectarian Ideology created to steal Palestinian land. Through this Ideaology Israel was created in 1948 with the help of the British Government through the Balfour Declaration in 1916.
For peace to exist on this planet, it comes through justice, the Palestinians must be given back what rightfully belongs to them.

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2017 Deadliest On Record For Killings By Police

Police in the United States are breaking records in 2017 by killing a record number of the same people they claim to serve and protect, and there is no change in sight under the current administration.

Demonstrators rally outside outside the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct to protest police brutality, Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in Minneapolis, following Monday’s announcement that a grand jury has decided not to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed, black 18-year-old Michael Brown. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

In 2017 alone, police have killed 746 people in the U.S., according to the Killed By Police database, which puts this year on pace to become the deadliest year on record. In contrast, in the first seven months of 2016, police killed 714 people; the number was slightly higher in 2015 with 725 killed, and it was noticeably lower in 2014 with 663 killed and in 2013 with 353 killed.

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Shocking Truth Of UK Involvement In The Deaths of 6-8 million in Iraq and Afghanistan

There is possibly a time when Tony Blair is going to have to deal with the consequences of his actions over Iraq with the coming Chilcot inquiry report – however long that may take. And even then, the Chilcot report is likely to be nothing more than a whitewashing of the truth.

I think it was an illegal war,” Jeremy Corbyn said in an interview with BBC2’s Newsnight adding that former UN secretary general had confirmed that. “Therefore he (Blair) has to explain that.”

Calls for Tony Blair to face war crimes are accelerating and it is hardly surprising now we know what we know to be true. And what we now know is truly shocking, even though the British media has universally refused to report it. Type the keywords of this report into Google (such as ‘war on terror, killed four million Muslims) and the British press are 100% absent, so it is worth reading.

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US Lawmakers Seek to Throw Citizens in Prison for Decades if They Boycott Israel.

One of the most fundamental rights in a nation logically consistent in crying freedom is the ability to boycott — a company, entity, church, or, in the case of the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction Movement against Israel, an entire nation — in protest of perceived transgressions to force through the wallet reforms which might not otherwise be accomplished.

Boycotts have indeed managed the seemingly impossible — SeaWorld, for example, ultimately had to shutter its orca captivity and breeding programs after the documentary, Blackfish, depicting horrendous, inhumane conditions, jerked heartstrings and ignited a backlash boycott, sending profits to the brink of an abyss.

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Education – Another Brick in the Wall

What are we doing to our children?

Why are we sending our children to school? What are the benefits, if any? Are they actually learning anything or are they just learning how to memorise facts, take a test and then forget everything.

Why are children becoming more and more unhappy with each generation?

Why are they given so much homework when they have spent the whole day at school anyway? When are they supposed to play with their friends?

Children should be laughing and playing, running and skipping not sat behind a desk trying to concentrate all day.

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New Map Reveals Where The World’s Most Toxic Countries Are

Believe it or not, the five least-toxic countries are found in Africa. And the most toxic? The Middle East.

Most pollution is invisible, which is why someone can remain ignorant their entire life of just how harmful their surrounding environment is. Fortunately for unsuspecting consumers and citizens around the world, The Eco Experts created a one-of-a-kind map that reveals where the most toxic countries on planet Earth are.

To determine which geographical locations are the most toxic, experts with the UK-based company cross-referenced data from 135 countries on air pollution, carbon emissions, energy consumption, and how much the nation relies on renewable energyThe Eco Experts also took into account how many people have perished due to poor air quality. As a result, they were able to determine which countries are most damaging to the environment and pose the most risk to public health.

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NEXT STORY MERCURY AND LEAD: THE FALLACY OF “SAFE” LEVELS

In our toxin-filled world, we often look to government agencies to tell us what levels of exposure we should consider safe or unsafe. If our exposure does not exceed an agency-determined threshold, we assume there is little cause for concern. How do regulatory agencies determine these thresholds? There is considerable evidence to suggest that safety limits are often arbitrary and do not accurately flag risks.

A new study published in Environmental Research by a group of researchers in upstate New York underscores this point. Lead author Dr. Brooks Gump of Syracuse University and coauthors call attention to problems associated with low levels of background exposure to lead and mercury, at concentrations notably lower than those deemed “elevated” by federal agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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