Food & Depopulation: Scams and Solutions (Part 4 of 4) June 23, 2010 The Food & Depopulation series of articles has been written for people who think that conspiracies are mere theories, that the American government is working in our best interest and that the United Nations is benevolent. Nothing could be further from the truth; irrefutable proof of this is explained in the previous three articles. Sharing the truth about food is an exceptionally effective way to wake people up because all people have a personal relationship with food every day. "What is the future of bluefin tuna? Perspectives before ICCAT" 5:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m., Institut océanographique, 195, rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris Présentation of the conference : A conference organised by the Pew Environment Group and IDDRI-Sciences Po, on the eve of the 17th Special Meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT), held November 17 – 27th in Paris, where ICCAT’s 48 member states will decide on the future of bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean.
26 food films you have to watch Films and short videos are a powerful way of increasing awareness of and interest in the food system. With equal parts technology and artistry, filmmakers can bring an audience to a vegetable garden in Uganda, a fast food workers’ rights protest in New York City, or an urban farm in Singapore. And animation can help paint a picture of what a sustainable, just, and fair food system might look like. Film is an incredible tool for effecting change through transforming behaviors and ways of thinking. linois Department of Public Health Home Page CHICAGO - April 10, 2014. The Illinois Department of Public Health Center for Minority Health Services is celebrating National Minority Health Month this April by hosting workshops, health fairs, screenings, webinars and various other events. SPRINGFIELD - April 8, 2014. All this week, Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck encourages parents, schools, communities, law enforcement and government leaders to recognize National Youth Violence Prevention Week by identifying ways to curb youth violence across Illinois. SPRINGFIELD - April 4, 2014.
Food and Depopulation: International Takeover by the UN (Part 3 of 4) June 16, 2010 by Cassandra Anderson MORPHcity.com Most people think that the United Nations is a noble enterprise and they don’t understand the history and malignant character of the UN. Christina Aguilera, Drew Barrymore and Sean Penn are probably unaware, even though they are UN Ambassadors to the World Food Program (WFP), that the intent of the UN is to implement one world government. The UN WFP, which spreads GMOs in poor countries, is just one tool used for advancing the goals of UN Agenda 21, the overarching blueprint for depopulation and total control. The UN grew out of the League of Nations, which withered after Woodrow Wilson ( Edward House’s puppet), failed to convince Congress that international treaties and entangling alliances were good for America.
Recycle it Right – Electronics TakeBack Coalition If you want to get rid of electronic equipment that you no longer use and want to protect the environment, follow these steps: 1. Don’t throw old electronics in the trash! Don’t put your old electronic products or batteries in the trash (even if it’s legal in your state). The toxics inside these products don’t belong in the landfill. More on the toxics in your computer. What is a protest song? [T Euro] - "World Class" Read the following definitions and think about the quote on the "Padlet" virtual wall. To what extent does the song you have chosen correspond to them? 1) A protest song is a song that is associated with a movement for social change and hence part of the broader category of topical songs (or songs connected to current events). It may be folk, classical, or commercial in genre. Among social movements that have an associated body of songs are the abolition movement, women's suffrage, the labor movement, the human rights movement, civil rights, the anti-war movement and 1960s counterculture, the feminist movement, the sexual revolution, the gay rights movement, animal rights movement, vegetarianism and veganism, and environmentalism.
EXCITE = Excellence in Curriculum Integration through Teaching Epidemiology What is Epidemiology? Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health problems in specified populations and applying the learned information to control the health problems. It is the scientific method of problem solving used by "disease detectives"—epidemiologists, laboratory scientists, statisticians, physicians and other health care providers, and public health professionals—to get to the root of health problems in a community, whether the problem is a measles outbreak on a small college campus or a global influenza pandemic, an increase in homicide in a single community, a national surge in violence, or a localized or widespread rise in cancer.
Food and Depopulation (Part 2 of 4) Thursday, 10 June 2010 00:00 by Cassandra AndersonMORPHcity.com Monsanto’s Monopoly A monopoly is exclusive control of a commodity or service that makes it possible to manipulate prices. This is accomplished through governmental regulations used to enforce the monopoly. Scientists Develop Affordable Solar Panels That Work In The Dark It's about damn time, don't you think? Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced Wednesday that they have been able to confirm a new high-efficiency solar cell design that utilizes nearly the entire solar spectrum. Translation: They figured out a way to make solar panels generate electricity in the dark. CleanTechnica says , In earlier trials, the researchers used different alloys that achieved full spectrum responses but involved very high production costs. The advantage of gallium arsenide nitride is that it is very similar to a conventional semiconductor, gallium arsenide, and it can be produced with a commonly used fabrication method involving chemical vapor deposition.
Cartoon of the Day: Trump the Rodeo Rider - The English Blog Today's cartoon by Schrank from The Independent shows Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump as a rodeo rider. The favourite for the Democratic nomination Hillary Clinton, who is seen riding a donkey, comments, "Throwing him off is gonna be a mammoth task." COMMENTARYUsually rodeo riders ride bucking broncos (untrained horses) or bulls, but Trump is shown riding an elephant because the elephant is the symbol of the Republican party in the USA. Likewise, Hillary is on a donkey because the donkey is the symbol of the Democratic party.