21WIRE | Monsanto is having a much tougher time in the EU than in the US.
21WIRE | The world of science is absolutely not free from manipulation.
Christina Sarich | US Congress members who were paid to vote for keeping the public from knowing what is in their food.
F. William Engdahl | Today more than ever, the world’s food resources are being hijacked by giant corporations that are turning farms into factories and replacing natural resources with GMOs.
SARTRE | This endless list of vaccines is bringing home record profits, but will eventually kill off millions in the process.
Episode #35 – SUNDAY WIRE: ‘Seeds of Deception: Ukraine and Monsanto’ with guests Vladimir Suchan and James From The Internet
SUNDAY WIRE | An update on the Ukraine and coverage from the Monsanto March in New York City, and a psychoanalysis of European royals and elites.
21WIRE + Natural Health Warriors | Western resistance to Monsanto and the Gene Giants is pathetic compared to poorer countries.
Andrew McKillop | From bullets to bread, it’s important to know where your radioactivity is coming from.
RT | GMO protest has now gone global, with over 2 million people in 436 cities, across 52 countries marching this weekend.
Dr Mercola | Monsanto and other biotech companies claim genetically modified (GM) crops have no impact on anything, but they are wrong…
Alternet | The battle for food sovereignty is a battle we cannot afford to lose.
GE-Related Health Threats: ‘Monster Salmon,’ Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria from GE Experiments Found in Chinese Waterways
Dr. Mercola | We should have never allowed the GMO industry to takeover our governments and industries.
21WIRE | The New World Order wants to reduce the world’s population to a level deemed by their elite committee as “sustainable”.
Natural News | Efforts kick Monsanto out of India are increasing.
Patrick Henningsen | Climate change is being blamed for something here that is more likely the result of GMO poisoning.
Patrick Henningsen | Alex Jones talks to Infowars and 21st Century Wire editor Patrick Henningsen about the year’s big stories.
Andrew McKillop | Treating food and energy together is more productive than treating them apart, making it urgent these two themes are given the same political acknowledgement and treatment.