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May Holidays and the dangerous spring 2016
This is a cold and dangerous spring of 2016. At least in Ukraine it is. So much is going on that I’ve decided to publish this new UKRAINE report in two parts.
Part 1 addresses a number of crucial events and important threats facing Ukraine. These are:
1 The shocking Elenovka tragedy that is a clear proof of Kiev breaking the Kiev peace agreement.
2 Polish and Ukrainian war against Russian monuments and their own history.
3. The whole truth about Hitler and Nazi Germany.
4. What does Russia really want in Ukraine?
5. Chernobyl-2 in the making: persistent dire warnings of possible new nuclear disaster in Ukraine!
6. How Putin and Lavrov, through peaceful means and reason, outplayed Merkel and Hollande and why Poroshenko won’t able to attack DNR and LNR.
7. Also in this report: a concise Lada Ray guide to Ukraine’s parts.
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Some things just make you scratch your head and if you’re an organic food consumer, this is probably one of them.
For some reason, and after ignoring the mass poisoning, genetic pollution and agricultural servitude, Fortune magazine just named St. Louis-based Monsanto the “most admired” company of the year.
What’s more, according to a BusinessWire press release, here is how Fortune made its determination:
FORTUNE’s World’s Most Admired Companies list is based on company surveys and peer ratings from senior executives, directors and analysts. Ranking attributes range from innovativeness and quality of products to the retention of talented people and responsibility to the community and the environment [our emphasis].
As noted by True Activist, this “honor” completely ignores reality – that Monsanto, consistently, is named by the people as one of the most hated corporations on the planet. But…
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Two People Involved in Flint Water Investigation Found Dead*
The Flint Water Treatment Plant Foreman (an important part of the investigation) and a woman leading the Flint lead poisoning lawsuit were both found dead in less than a week.
Everything about the Flint water crisis is as toxic and disgusting as the water that is being pumped into Flint homes. From the crass negligence that allowed such an insidious thing to happen, to the lack of will to fix it in timely fashion – not to mention the obvious attempts at covering up the truth: The situation is poisonous. And that poison could easily spread across America.
This is not simply a water cleanliness issue. It is about allowing parts of America to devolve into toxic cesspools, where problems are “solved” with underhanded police-state tactics. In the span of a few weeks, crucial files mysteriously disappeared from the Flint city hall, the Water Treatment Plant Foreman died suddenly at age…
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Country legend Merle Haggard, who died of a lung infection (double pneumonia) on April 6, sang in his song, “What I hate”: “What I hate is looking up and seeing chemtrails in a clear blue sky today.”
Several months ago, I wrote a column titled, “Why are geo-engineering researchers being stonewalled?” In it, I gave an array of evidence from scientists that geoengineering and, specifically, covert chemtrailing is taking place in the skies above us and unbeknownst to us.
For those who are unfamiliar with the subject and stratospheric lunacy, let me reiterate a few definitions:
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By Mark DeNicola, Collective Evolution
As a child I remember standing at the top of the stairs to my basement looking down into the darkness. On an afternoon much like any other winter’s day as a child, I was in the midst of playing a hockey game with myself (and my very vivid imagination) on the main floor of my family’s house when my yellow Nerf ball slipped through the staircase railings and fell into the basement.
The light switch was readily accessible to brighten the staircase portion to the lower level, but I knew that chances were the ball had made its way into the darkness — darkness that could only be lit by a series of pull strings sporadically placed around the unfinished mystery.
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