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2 hrs ago

Support optimal overall health even during emergencies with nutritious organic bee pollen

https://food.news/2024-06-11-bees-essential-allies-for-survival-and-prepping.html

Bee pollen is produced by combining honey, enzymes, flower pollen, nectar, wax and bee secretions. Foraging honey bees collect pollen from plants and transport it to the beehive, where it is stored and used as food for the rest of the colony. Keep in mind that bee pollen is different from other bee products such […]

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Top 13 Enemies of Food Freedom ⬇️

1. Bayer/Monsanto
2. Cargill
3. U.S. Department of Agriculture
4. Wellcome Trust
5. The World Health Organization
6. World Economic Forum
7. EAT Forum
8. Lancet
9. Big Tech + Big Chemical
10. The Rockefeller Foundation
11. Bill Gates and the Gates Foundation
12. USAID
13. BIFAD

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/13-enemies-of-food-freedom-gates-who-wef-rockefeller/?utm_source=sovren&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=defender&utm_id=20240613

Bayer, Cargill, Bill Gates, the Rockefeller Foundation, the WHO and the WEF are among those waging a war on our food supply.

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3 hrs ago

EPA Sued Over Forever Chemicals in Human Sewage Dumped on Food Farms https://www.infowars.com/posts/epa-sued-over-forever-chemicals-in-human-sewage-dumped-on-food-farms/

Videos

In this episode of The Cost of Everything, host Christy Ai teams up with author Marion Nestle to uncover the hidden costs lurking on our plates, particularly in the realm of fast food – an area often overlooked in terms of its health ramifications. Together, they delve into how what may seem like a convenient and satisfying meal option can actually harbor a multitude of hidden costs for our wellbeing. By unraveling the complexities of fast-food ingredients – from preservatives and additives designed to enhance flavor and prolong shelf life to chemicals that may pose risks to human health – Christy and Marion shed light on the true impact of fast-food consumption. They also examine the stark differences in food regulations between the US and Europe, highlighting banned substances in other countries that continue to find their way into American fast-food products.

On this episode of The Cost of Everything, we take a closer look at how important access to clean water is to a community. Host Christy Ai and the director of the Climate and Water Program at the Middle East Institute, Mohammed Mahmoud, analyze ways countries can achieve clean water and sanitation to underserved communities with inexpensive but efficient technology, and how water infrastructure and sanitation lead to better food and a healthy life for its inhabitants.

In 2009, a large-scale food poisoning incident affected 300,000 babies in China, 13 of whom died. This was after eating Nestle baby biscuits. On this episode of the Whistleblowers, John Kiriakou speaks with the one woman behind ousting Nestle, Yasmine Motarjemi, and how she tried to prevent this tragedy and other incidents of neglect at the company.

Videos

In this episode of The Cost of Everything, host Christy Ai teams up with author Marion Nestle to uncover the hidden costs lurking on our plates, particularly in the realm of fast food – an area often overlooked in terms of its health ramifications. Together, they delve into how what may seem like a convenient and satisfying meal option can actually harbor a multitude of hidden costs for our wellbeing. By unraveling the complexities of fast-food ingredients – from preservatives and additives designed to enhance flavor and prolong shelf life to chemicals that may pose risks to human health – Christy and Marion shed light on the true impact of fast-food consumption. They also examine the stark differences in food regulations between the US and Europe, highlighting banned substances in other countries that continue to find their way into American fast-food products.

On this episode of The Cost of Everything, we take a closer look at how important access to clean water is to a community. Host Christy Ai and the director of the Climate and Water Program at the Middle East Institute, Mohammed Mahmoud, analyze ways countries can achieve clean water and sanitation to underserved communities with inexpensive but efficient technology, and how water infrastructure and sanitation lead to better food and a healthy life for its inhabitants.

In 2009, a large-scale food poisoning incident affected 300,000 babies in China, 13 of whom died. This was after eating Nestle baby biscuits. On this episode of the Whistleblowers, John Kiriakou speaks with the one woman behind ousting Nestle, Yasmine Motarjemi, and how she tried to prevent this tragedy and other incidents of neglect at the company.

12/21/2023

When people think about mass destruction in war they typically think about chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons. But there is something that could easily have a similar body count with potentially longer lasting results. A cyber attack could shut down our infrastructure, prevent basic services and cripple our just in time food and grocery system. In many respects a serious cyber attack would be similar to a an EMP attack or a solar flair. It would cut us off from the luxuries, resources, and support we have become accustomed to. If you have ever heard a prepper talk about the results of an electromagnetic pulse then this video will sound familiar to you.
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“This is all part of this public control over your private property,” Elze van Hamelen warned #CHDTV viewers. “Instead of just directly taking land from people, they do it through administrative controls.

“They decide, based on these controls, where people can live and where they cannot live.”

Across the globe, governments have been building “smart cities” and “15-minute zones” as well as “nature-protected areas,” such as the EU’s Natura 2000, which covers more than 25% of the total EU territory.

These programs are laying the groundwork for what Elze called the “big remodeling” — a project which widens the door to greater control: “They want to remodel the whole country.”

While the Dutch farmers suffer now, we will be the ones to pay the price later on.

“It’s destroying civilization.”

Listen to the FULL #CHDTV interview?

https://live.childrenshealthdefense.org/chd-tv/shows/good-morning-chd/pharma-food-biotech-on-your-plate-with-elze-van-hamelin/

Posts

2 hrs ago

Support optimal overall health even during emergencies with nutritious organic bee pollen

https://food.news/2024-06-11-bees-essential-allies-for-survival-and-prepping.html

Bee pollen is produced by combining honey, enzymes, flower pollen, nectar, wax and bee secretions. Foraging honey bees collect pollen from plants and transport it to the beehive, where it is stored and used as food for the rest of the colony. Keep in mind that bee pollen is different from other bee products such […]

www.food.news

Top 13 Enemies of Food Freedom ⬇️

1. Bayer/Monsanto
2. Cargill
3. U.S. Department of Agriculture
4. Wellcome Trust
5. The World Health Organization
6. World Economic Forum
7. EAT Forum
8. Lancet
9. Big Tech + Big Chemical
10. The Rockefeller Foundation
11. Bill Gates and the Gates Foundation
12. USAID
13. BIFAD

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/13-enemies-of-food-freedom-gates-who-wef-rockefeller/?utm_source=sovren&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=defender&utm_id=20240613

Bayer, Cargill, Bill Gates, the Rockefeller Foundation, the WHO and the WEF are among those waging a war on our food supply.

childrenshealthdefense.org

3 hrs ago

EPA Sued Over Forever Chemicals in Human Sewage Dumped on Food Farms https://www.infowars.com/posts/epa-sued-over-forever-chemicals-in-human-sewage-dumped-on-food-farms/

5 hrs ago

Global cocoa shortage expected to be MUCH WORSE than previous forecasts due to increasing demand

https://food.news/2024-06-10-global-cocoa-shortage-much-worse-increasing-demand.html

The International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) has announced that the global cocoa shortage for this season will be larger than initially expected as consumption increases despite higher prices. In February, the ICCO projected a deficit of 374,000 tons. However, the latest estimate of the ICCO for the October to September fiscal year reveals that demand will exceed production by 439,000 tons […]

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8 hrs ago

Germany announces strict new war measures as it prepares for potential Russian invasion

https://newstarget.com/2024-06-10-german-war-food-rationing-compulsory-conscription.html

Germany is preparing for an all-out war in Europe with Russia, finalizing a new 67-page defense plan full of strict wartime measures that make it clear they are expecting the worst. The new measures come in the form of updates to Germany’s Framework Directive for Overall Defense of 1989, which outlines the measures the country […]

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