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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

14 August - The Picture

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Map of U.S. Interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean The design team of ILC.iNK created an extraordinary map of U.S. interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean. It lists the Republicans and Democrats who were U.S. presidents at the time of the interventions, which makes it a great educational tool and reminder for the election year; to create real change in the bi-partisan U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America, it'll take more than a change in the White House but the kind of hard and persistent grassroots organizing that has brought the victories that we are seeing in Latin America.

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‎"When well-meaning campaigners want us to pay attention to global warming, they often end up pitching beyond the facts. And, while this may seem justified by a noble goal, such 'policy by panic' tactics rarely work, and often backfire."

(Illustration by Jim Meehan)

‎"New discoveries of natural resources in several African countries – including Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, and Mozambique – raise an important question: Will these windfalls be a blessing that brings prosperity and hope, or a political and economic curse, as has been the case in so many countries?" - Joseph E. Stiglitz writing for Project Syndicate

 Canadian beef  is grassfed. U.S. not. Guess what the 'Mad Cow' scare on Canadian beef does.
 Oh. It's only been found in dairy cattle fed feed with bone meal included. Dairy cattle. Uh-huh. 
U.S. cattle....aren't tested. It's not allowed. And drought is killing U.S. crops. That will cause problems even for vegans. And Alberta beef....there isn't much left compared to former years. The producers aren't there any more. What the heck. Fewer methane cow farts.  LOL Let them eat ...  grass.
Nutrition. And toxins are being promoted .... as healthful. Wash your hands.
'Protests have marked the 10th anniversary of the introduction of Bt cotton in the country this year with angry farmers and social activists asking policy makers for a comprehensive review of the technology that was meant for irrigated area...See More
Photo: Food so healthy you can't even go near it!  Google methyl bromide for more on the extremely dangerous strawberry pesticide that has been banned in some areas due to all the damage it does to field workers and their children.
Children who consume a healthy diet during childhood may have slightly higher IQ scores than those who are fed on diets of unhealthy diets of ‘junk food’, according to new research.
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August 14, 2012 – GALVESTON, TX – Hundreds of thousands of dead fish have washed up on the beach in Galveston, where crews went to work Monday to remove the dead fish. Peter Davis of the Galveston Island Beach Patrol … Continue reading →Source: The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond

August 14, 2012 – JAPAN - Exposure to radioactive material released into the environment has caused mutations in butterflies found in Japan, a study suggests. Scientists found an increase in leg, antennae and wing shape mutations among butterflies collected following … Continue reading →Source: The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond 
Last week we kicked off a hard-hitting ad campaign in Johannesburg Airport’s International Arrival Hall, South African Airways’ inflight magazine, and Google ads, calling on the South African government to ban the trade of lion bones to make fake ‘medicines’ sold in Asia. These ads -- now seen by passengers arriving into the biggest airport in the country -- call attention to the lion bone trade and the detrimental impact it may have on South Africa’s tourism industry. Thanks to everyone who donated to make this possible!

Sign the petition here: http://www.avaaz.org/lions?fb
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