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Big Ag

When just five corporations dominate the world’s seed, pesticide and biotech industries, they control the fate of food and farming. Between them — Monsanto, DowDupont, BASF, Bayer, and Syngenta — have historically unprecedented power over world agriculture, enabling them to control the agricultural research agenda, heavily influence trade and agricultural agreements and subvert market competition.

Along the way, these companies intimidate, impoverish and disempower farmers, and undermine food security, all while making historic profits — even as their genetically engineered seeds fail to deliver as promised. Contrary to what the marketing campaigns say, these corporations are in the game of expanding their marketshare. Period.

According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), corporate concentration of the agricultural input market “has far-reaching implications for global food security, as the privatization and patenting of agricultural innovation (gene traits, transformation technologies and seed germplasm) has been supplanting traditional agricultural understandings of seed, farmers’ rights, and breeders’ rights.”

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FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee Hears Damning Whistleblower Testimony On COVID Vaccines

FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee Hears Damning Whistleblower Testimony On COVID Vaccines

The FDA held a Vaccine Advisory Committee meeting yesterday (September 17, 2021) to discuss authorizing a third Pfizer COVID-19 “booster shot.” There were signs heading into the meeting this week that there could be some fireworks at this hearing, as two top vaccine research scientists at the FDA, Dr. Marion Gruber and Dr. Phillip Kause, the Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Vaccines Research, ...
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Study: Estimating the number of COVID vaccine deaths in America

Study: Estimating the number of COVID vaccine deaths in America

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FDA Cynically Grants Full Approval For Pfizer Covid Vaccine With Trials Years Away From Completion

FDA Cynically Grants Full Approval For Pfizer Covid Vaccine With Trials Years Away From Completion

With the long-term clinical trials still underway, and tens of thousands of deaths, along with millions of serious vaccine injuries (see US VAERS data and the EU equivalent), the FDA cynically and politically gave full approval this morning to the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA experimental gene modification drug. This will pave the way for further imposition of medical tyranny and vaccine mandates. The FDA claimed in 2020 that ...
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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shelf Life Extended by FDA as Millions Of Doses Near Expiration

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shelf Life Extended by FDA as Millions Of Doses Near Expiration

The Food and Drug Administration is extending the shelf life of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine from three months to four-and-a-half months. The drug manufacturer made the announcement on Thursday as nearly half of the 21 million doses of the vaccine remain unused and nearing expiration. Safety concerns about the COVID-19 shot resulted in decreased demand, leaving at least 13 lots of the vaccine nearing expiration ...
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Three members of Prestigious FDA Panel Resigns over Approval of Biogen’s Alzheimer’s Drug

Three members of Prestigious FDA Panel Resigns over Approval of Biogen’s Alzheimer’s Drug

Three members of an FDA advisory panel have resigned in the wake of the agency’s “accelerated approval” of controversial Alzheimer’s drug that would cost patients $56,000 a year. Backlash over the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s controversial approval of a new Alzheimer’s drug grew late last week with a third member of an agency advisory panel resigning in protest. The latest resignation to hit the Peripheral ...
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