No Jab, No Food: Hessen, Germany, says grocery stores can discriminate against the unvaccinated

The first federal state in Germany has announced that it sees nothing wrong with the idea of supermarkets barring the unvaccinated from shopping there. Hessen (also called Hesse), which is home to Frankfurt, says that all retailers, including supermarkets, can now decide … Continue reading No Jab, No Food: Hessen, Germany, says grocery stores can discriminate against the unvaccinated

America Continues to Use 100 Herbicides and Pesticides That are Banned in Other Countries

You’ve heard about the dangers of certain pesticides, but perhaps you figure that if farmers are still allowed to use them, they can’t be that bad, right? If you live in the U.S. and you put your trust in regulators, … Continue reading America Continues to Use 100 Herbicides and Pesticides That are Banned in Other Countries

Now Big Ag is Trying to Own the Rest of Your Food: Syngenta Claims They Invented Non-GMO Tomatoes

Have you ever thought about where tomatoes come from? A quick internet search might tell you that they’ve been around since the time of the Aztecs, who ate them in ancient Mesoamerica as far back as 700 A.D. But that’s … Continue reading Now Big Ag is Trying to Own the Rest of Your Food: Syngenta Claims They Invented Non-GMO Tomatoes

Everybody preparing for a ‘September event’ that coincides with Shemitah

(NaturalNews) For those old enough to remember Y2K, you may recall that there was widespread concern around the globe that the world’s computer systems were not set up to convert properly to the year 2000, an unforeseen glitch many feared … Continue reading Everybody preparing for a ‘September event’ that coincides with Shemitah

How to survive when the sun doesn’t rise: sustainable food preparedness during a nuclear winter

(NaturalNews) During the Cold War, Americans – and citizens of countries all over the globe – worried that the two superpowers at the time, the United States and the Soviet Union, could someday launch a nuclear war that would shroud the world in planet-killing radioactive fallout. While that is not as much of a concern anymore – the Soviet Union is gone and the U.S. does not yet have a nuclear-armed peer – there are still thousands of nuclear warheads in existence and, until a weapon is developed to defeat them and render them useless, they will continue to exist. … Continue reading How to survive when the sun doesn’t rise: sustainable food preparedness during a nuclear winter

NEW LEVEL: MONSANTO TRIES PATENTING NATURAL TOMATOES

Biotech giant attempts to own biosphere Many individuals are aware that biotech has developed a seed monopoly largely by patenting genetically modified organisms,but not everyone realizes that Monsanto tried to patent a tomato that had no biotech traits. Now, the European Patent Office (EPO), … Continue reading NEW LEVEL: MONSANTO TRIES PATENTING NATURAL TOMATOES

NASA Experts: California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons to End Drought, Southwest States “Not Sharing a Drop of Water”

Rain has returned to California, taking pressure off of the immediate emergency of the ongoing drought via the help of several inches of recent rainfall. But the Golden State loses about 4 trillion gallons per year, and would need roughly three times that amount to return to safe and normal levels. “Recent rains are no reason to let up on our conservation efforts,” Felicia Marcus, chair of the State Water Resources Control Board stated. The same NASA experts who sounded the alarm over the drought’s threat to the food supply are now warning that California needs some 11 trillion gallons … Continue reading NASA Experts: California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons to End Drought, Southwest States “Not Sharing a Drop of Water”

First Ever Study Reveals Amounts of Food Dyes in Brand Name Foods

Spotting foods with artificial colors is not as straightforward as it may seem, and although such additives are listed on food labels, the actual amounts used in common foods are not. If your child eats a bowl of packaged macaroni and cheese or breakfast cereal, for instance, is he or she ingesting more than 30 milligrams (mg) of dye? This is the amount that has been found to cause behavioral issues in some children. But it’s not only rainbow-colored cereal, cupcakes, and candies that contain artificial colors. Even salad dressing, peanut butter crackers, soups, and chips often contain synthetic dyes. … Continue reading First Ever Study Reveals Amounts of Food Dyes in Brand Name Foods