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Post by Ria on Mon Mar 28, 2016 6:17 pm

This Mycologist Holds The Patent That Could DESTROY Monsanto
Posted on Mar 23rd, 2016
USA. Washington. Shelton. Fungi Perfecti headquarters. Paul Stamets, with parasol mushrooms.
Mother Nature has it’s own way of overcoming adversity… and this scientist has found a way to use it’s hidden power to safely control over 200,000 species of insects.

Monsanto, the biotech company found to be the most hated organizations in the world, is responsible for a number of dirty dealings that have earned it such a reputation.

It’s for good reason individuals everywhere are banding together to boycott the giant company and its foul play. (Don’t believe us? Watch Food, Inc.)

But although awareness is being raised, … few people feel wholly confident that efforts will actually end the global bio-tech threat.


Ireland to Prosecute Top Banker Who Destroyed Their Economy — Guess Where He Was Hiding
Posted on Mar 21st, 2016
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United States citizens feel helpless against both the 100 year old wall street banking cartel and easily bought political elections. Juxtapose Ireland… where their countrymen are taking down those who are responsible for destroying their lives and livelihood.

Shocking! … Former Irish Bank leader, David Drumm, has been extradited from the U.S. and brought in front of a Dublin District Court Magistrate to face charges for his part in the 2008 financial crisis felt round the world.

Held in Federal Custody, Drumm originally fought extradition to Ireland but recently withdrew his plea and returned to his home country on March 15, 2016.

The People vs. The Bankers
Iceland’s move to hold the bankers criminally accountable has led the way for Ireland to do the same.

Drumm faces 33 criminal charges that include fraud, forgery, misleading management reporting, unlawful lending, falsifying documents, and false accounting.

“The CEO of Anglo Irish Bank from 2005 until December 2008, Drumm faces 33 charges related to a circular lending scheme that involved authorizing billions in loans to be invested back into the bank, artificially propping up its share price.”

As expected, Drumm is far from talking truth and is denying any wrongdoing regardless of the fact that his actions are linked to financial transactions prior to the collapse of Anglo, according to the Irish Times.

Prosecutors fear his “capacity to marshal significant sums” of money adds to the possibility Drumm could easily disappear into the hidden recesses of the global community.
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Amazonian Tribe Seizes Military Helicopter And Takes Government Officials Hostage After Oil Spill
Posted on Mar 19th, 2016
rain forest warriors  
Global Corporate Oil has spilled in the Amazon… and an Amazonian tribe in Peru has decided to speak loudly with action.  The tribe held at least eight public officials in response to their tribal land, food, and water ways being polluted.  

All over the world, corporate greed is seeking ways to suck out the oil and minerals from below the earth’s crust. The corporations are legally classified as an “individual” and given the same rights as a person.  But, a corporation is not human… and holds nor morals.  

Being closer to the natural world where the stupid legal logic of corporate individualism doesn’t exist, tribal leaders in the amazon are seeking to bring a spotlight to the total destruction being done by the greedy capitalists and their corporation’s unmoral actions against the people and the planet.
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Hundreds Of Thousands Pour Onto Brazilian Streets To Demand President’s Exit
Posted on Mar 20th, 2016
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - MARCH 13: Anti-government protestors jam Avenida Paulista during a demonstration calling for the removal of President Dilma Rousseff on March 13, 2016 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Demonstrations across the country today called for President Rousseff's exit amidst a massive corruption scandal and a deep economic recession. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
The corporate boom in Brazil has abruptly ended and it’s middle class citizens are feeling the slowing cash flow pain. They want things to change … and they are getting loud about it.

This protest is the most recent middle-class fight to address the inherent problems the nation faces after 10 years of corporate infiltration that fueled breakneck growth and social spending.

The corporations came to Brazil and boosted the economy. And with that… a strong and financially secure middle class emerged. Now, the corporate spending is leveling out and the economy is drying up.
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