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AS this Black-centric BBC report shows, South Africa is suffering the most severe drought in over 30 years. This is afflicting both Whites and Blacks in the agricultural areas, but the anti-White ANC government is content to sit back and allow the drought to slowly push the largely White-run farms…
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A MONSANTO RESEARCH site in France was enveloped recently in heavy flames due to a possible arson attack against the company. Two areas dedicated to maize research caught fire with the smell of petrol lingering in nearby hallways and throughout other areas of Monsanto’s building site. Jakob Witten,…
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Russia has just announced a game-changing move in the fight against Monsanto’s GMOs, completely banning the use of genetically modified ingredients in any and all food production. IN OTHER WORDS, Russia just blazed way past the issue of GMO labeling and shut down the use of any and all GMOs that would…
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I WANTED to share this simple and affordable way to start growing food for you and your family.  It is called ‘Square Foot Gardening’. So what exactly is it?  The term was coined by author and gardener Mel Bartholomew in his book ‘Square Foot Gardening’. Square foot gardening is the practice of dividing…
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SCOTLAND says it will ban genetically modified crops on its soil. According to officials, the move will protect the environment. They are also taking advantage of new EU laws, allowing member states to decide whether they want to grow the crops or not. Although the EU imports large quantities of GM…
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$17 billion IMF loan tied to lifting of foreign land ownership rules. THE WORLD BANK and International Monetary Fund (IMF) is helping biotech run the latest war in Ukraine. Make no mistake that what is happening in the Ukraine now is deeply tied to the interests of Monsanto, Dow, Bayer, and other big…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Environmental quality, resources threatened by failing economy by Dr. William L. Pierce DURING 1981 the real spendable earnings of the average American wage earner fell another 3.3 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics in Washington announced on January 22. Of all the economic statistics monitored…
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