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Pest Control: Syngenta’s Secret Campaign to Discredit Atrazine’s Critics. To protect profits threatened by a lawsuit over its controversial herbicide atrazine, Syngenta Crop Protection launched an aggressive multi-million dollar campaign that included hiring a detective agency to investigate scientists on a federal advisory panel, looking into the personal life of a judge and commissioning a psychological profile of a leading scientist critical of atrazine.

Pest Control: Syngenta’s Secret Campaign to Discredit Atrazine’s Critics

The Switzerland-based pesticide manufacturer also routinely paid “third-party allies” to appear to be independent supporters, and kept a list of 130 people and groups it could recruit as experts without disclosing ties to the company. Recently unsealed court documents reveal a corporate strategy to discredit critics and to strip plaintiffs from the class-action case. The company specifically targeted one of atrazine’s fiercest and most outspoken critics, Tyrone Hayes of the University of California, Berkeley, whose research suggests that atrazine feminizes male frogs. UC Berkeley Professor Dr. Syngenta plays dirty to shape public opinion on herbicide.

Trêve de shutdown, parlons emploi US, Chine et dollar ! Le SIDA et d’autres virus ont bien été créés en laboratoire par les Etats-Unis dans un but génocidaire. Voir également : Document : « Special virus Program »: Le Sida a bien été développé en laboratoire par les Etats-Unis (partie 2) Cet article vient compléter celui publié sur de nombreux médias citoyens cette semaine.

Le SIDA et d’autres virus ont bien été créés en laboratoire par les Etats-Unis dans un but génocidaire

Le sujet peu sembler vu et revu depuis des années et pourtant, en constatant le doute qui persiste chez beaucoup de lecteurs, il convient de creuser le sujet afin de démêler le vrai du faux. Officiellement, la médecine indique que le SIDA, ayant officiellement causé 28 millions de morts à ce jour, proviendrait du virus d’immunodéficience humaine (VIH). The Political Graveyard: Politicians Who Disappeared. The Asbestos Connection. When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.

The Asbestos Connection

. ~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (born: 1859-05-22 died: 1930-07-07 at age: 71), creator of Sherlock Holmes Introduction I wondered why all the Democrats were so timid in criticising George W. Bush. The Curious Asbestos Connection The following table contains all state and federal American politicians killed in plane crashes since 1980, and a few others who suffered similar incidents.

« Le nouvel ordre mondial pourrait s’appeler Globalia ! Mes chères contrariennes, mes chers contrariens !

« Le nouvel ordre mondial pourrait s’appeler Globalia !

AVERTISSEMENT : Attention, cet article est très subversif. Si vous souhaitez continuer à vivre tranquillement dans votre société de Bisounours ou toutlemondeylestgentil et où les mamamouchis vous veulent que du bien, ne poursuivez surtout pas votre lecture. Beaucoup s’interrogent sur cette idée souvent évoquée et assez sulfureuse de nouvel ordre mondial. Pour la très grande majorité de nos concitoyens, cela fleure bon la théorie du complot, cela manque de sérieux, puisque Claire Chazal ou David Pujadas n’en ont pas parlé. N’oubliez jamais que ce dont on ne nous parle pas, n’existe pas. C’est l’absence de traitement dans nos grands médias de certains sujets qui devrait nous rendre encore plus vigilants sur ces thèmes.

Le nouvel ordre mondial c’est quoi ? Philip Marshall, un auteur qui en savait trop sur le 11 septembre. Un ancien enquêteur de l'Agence nationale américaine de sécurité, Wayne Madsen, qui a passé huit jours sur place pour enquêter sur les circonstances exactes du décès, le 2 février dernier, de l'auteur du livre The Big Bamboozle Philip Marshall, a contesté la thèse officielle du suicide lors d'une entrevue radiophonique avec Kevin Barrett.

Philip Marshall, un auteur qui en savait trop sur le 11 septembre

NSA United States Signal Intelligence Directive (USSID) 18. 23 June 2001: See superceding USSID 18, dated 23 July 1993: 11 March 2000.

NSA United States Signal Intelligence Directive (USSID) 18

Thanks to Jeffrey Richelson and Michael Evans. Source: Hardcopy from the National Security Archives. This is one of three related documents on regulation of US intelligence agency surveillance and investigation of U.S. persons. The other two: "DoD 5240.1-R, Procedures Governing the Activities of DoD Intelligence Components That Affect United States Persons:"

Opinion: How secrecy erodes democracy - Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner. In early June, leaked documents revealed that the U.S. government was collecting the details — if not the content — of virtually every call that every American made.

Opinion: How secrecy erodes democracy - Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner

President Barack Obama claimed that the PATRIOT Act gave him the authority to know whom we called, when and how long we talked. This claim came from the same man who, as a senator, wrote, “We believe the government should be required to convince a judge that the records they are seeking have some connection to a suspected terrorist or spy.” Continue Reading It appears the president now believes we are all connected to terrorists. NSA lexicon: How James Clapper and other U.S. officials mislead the American public without lying. Photo by Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, has been harshly criticized for having misled Congress earlier this year about the scope of the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities.

NSA lexicon: How James Clapper and other U.S. officials mislead the American public without lying

The criticism is entirely justified. An equally insidious threat to the integrity of our national debate, however, comes not from officials’ outright lies but from the language they use to tell the truth. When it comes to discussing government surveillance, U.S. intelligence officials have been using a vocabulary of misdirection—a language that allows them to say one thing while meaning quite another. The assignment of unconventional meanings to conventional words allows officials to imply that the NSA’s activities are narrow and closely supervised, though neither of those things is true.