#AlexJones refuses to cover #USALibertyAct which makes #Section702 of #FISA permanent. #FISA702

So I was just reading up on the USA Liberty Act – funny how they name these surveillance laws by things they seek to demonize (USA PATRIOT Act for example) – and decided to do a Google search on Alex Jones’ take on this law.

I found nothing.

Nothing on Google.

Nothing on StartPage.

Why does Alex Jones keep his mouth shut when it comes to the USA Liberty Act?

Perhaps Jones’ buddy Trump staged the Las Vegas shooting as a pretext to rush the passage of the USA Liberty Act, much like how 9/11 was used to steamroll the passage of the USAPatriotAct.

 

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#VegNews promotes corporate bastardized #veganism. #McDonalds #McVegan #FakeVegans

So how will the vegan movement be destroyed? By corporate infiltration, monopolization by globalist corporations (as seen with globalist corporations such as Nestle and Kraft Foods buying up small vegan companies…the same will happen to Hampton Creek), and paid instigators creating infighting in order to make people so disillusioned with the vegan lifestyle that they will abandon it.

Oh, and by paying vegan publications to promote this corporate propaganda.


McDonald’s Debuts Veggie Burger in France

Le Grand Veggie features a carrot and salsify patty and is a first for the fast-food giant’s French locations.

This week, fast-food giant McDonald’s introduces the Le Grand Veggie burger to its French locations. The burger—a first of its kind for McDonald’s in France—features a patty made with carrots and salsify (a root vegetable), and is topped with cabbage, red pesto, dairy cheese, and served on a wheat bun dotted in pumpkin, sesame, and poppy seeds. While it is currently unknown if the burger can be made vegan, McDonald’s created the option to stay on top of a trend in France where a growing number of people are reducing their meat intake. McDonald’s has debuted several meatless burgers in recent months, including the vegan-friendly McVeggie in Norway, and a fully vegan burger, the McVegan, in Finland—the latter of which it is currently being tested to ascertain customer demand for a vegan option.

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The truth about the #LasVegasShooting. #NFL #TakeAKnee #ColinKapernick #FreedomOfSpeech #FirstAmendment

The Las Vegas Shooting is a distraction from the NFL “take a knee” controversy. You don’t hear right-wing patriots talking about boycotting the NFL now that a loonfuck shot up a bunch of white country music fans.

Watch the NFL hold memorials for the victims at every game (at tomorrow night’s game and the Sunday games and the Monday night game), and watch the “boycott the NFL” crowd – including the ones who burned their gear – crawl back, grovel like slaves, and say “we apologize NFL for turning against you, please take us back”.

Not only will they beg for Colin Kapernick to get his job back, they will also blame the shooting on “right wing racists who think taking a knee is disrespectful and anti-American”.

So when holdouts come to games showing homemade “Boycott The NFL” signs on posterboard, they will be seen as disruptive, ejected from the stadiums, and arrested for disorderly conduct.

The Las Vegas Shooting is not just about squelching gun rights. It’s going to be used to kill your free speech. It’s about taking away your right to display politically-incorrect speech in public gatherings by claiming your politically-incorrect speech is criminal “disorderly conduct”. It’s tantamount to saying “FUCK THE FIRST AMENDMENT” and equating free speech with genocide.

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#AlexJones claims #LasVegasShooting is start of 2nd #BolshevikRevolution. #Bolshevik

 

 

 

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#Trump’s #FDA forces taxpayers to fund pro-#GMO #propaganda.

FDA to push pro-GMO ads paid by taxpayers, even as consumers overwhelmingly reject Frankenfoods

It is common knowledge that Monsanto spends an inordinate amount of money trying to convince people that its toxic pesticides and GMO seeds are not harmful despite mountains of evidence to the contrary. Now, you get to help pay for a pro-GMO campaign whether you want to or not thanks to a questionable new measure that was passed in the most recent Congressional budget.

The new measure allocates $3 million to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for promoting “the environmental, nutritional, food safety, economic and humanitarian impacts” caused by GMO ingredients in foods.

It is not yet known exactly what this campaign will entail, but the measure does specify that “science-based educational information” be published and distributed. Groups in the food and agriculture industries said this funding is necessary to counteract “misinformation” about biotech in agriculture. The irony here is that it’s these are the same firms that are responsible for spreading misinformation.

Representative Nita M. Lowey (D-NY) sees the measure as nothing more than GMO propaganda sponsored by the government. She told a congressional hearing: “It is not the responsibility of the FDA to mount a government-controlled propaganda campaign to convince the American public that genetically modified foods are safe. The FDA has to regulate the safety of our food supply and medical devices. They are not, nor should they be, in the pro-industry advertising business.”

Of course, none of this is surprising when you consider that Big Ag interests donated $26.3 million to political campaigns, some of which went to congressmen on the House agriculture appropriations subcommittee. In fact, Monsanto gave Subcommittee Chair Rep. Robert B. Aderholt (R-Ala.) $10,000 in 2016.

It’s pretty insulting that taxpayers have to fund this campaign, especially when many are the very same people who are suffering from the damaging effects of GMO foods. The World Health Organization has declared glyphosate a probable carcinogen, and many people do not want anything to do with these foods.

This campaign also seems unnecessary when you consider all the lengths Monsanto has been going to in order to spread their pro-GMO message. They were recently revealed in court documents to have enlisted a group of people to find any negative mentions of GMOs on the internet and counter them by citing false or misleading studies that “show” their products are safe. Their “let nothing go” campaign aims to post positive comments in defense of GMOs and Monsanto everywhere, from news articles to Facebook comments.

They’ve also resorted to tactics such as having staffers ghost write studies that make their products appear safe, sometimes even paying scientists to sign off on them. Now they need the FDA to help them out?

Frankenfoods leave a bitter taste in consumers’ mouths

According to a Pew study, 39 percent of people think GMO food is worse for health than non-GMO food despite Monsanto’s team of bullies trying to convince them otherwise. Moreover, organic sales continue to rise, with a new record set in 2015 of $43.3 billion in sales. The demand for organics is so high that farmers are struggling to keep up with it. It’s clear that those with a vested interest in GMOs are getting desperate, and it’s pretty concerning how masterfully they manage to get the government on board.

If the FDA and USDA genuinely want to educate people about public health issues, what about telling them about the dangers of high-sugar diets as diabetes and obesity continue to run rampant in our nation? Why not start a campaign pushing people to avoid processed foods and focus on organic vegetables and fruits?

Sources:

ModernFarmer.com

EcoWatch.com

WashingtonPost.com

RT.com

NaturalNews.com

OTA.com

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