ALERT: Your right to own a firearm is hanging on by a thread! In it's most ambitious effort yet, the UN and the Obama regime are working
together to pass the Arms Trade Treaty to control and/or ban ALL PRIVATELY OWNED FIREARMS! The anti-gun nuts are holding secret meetings to
craft a slew of uber-restrictive gun laws known as the Arms Trade Treaty. This Progressive backed treaty could become international law as
soon as 2012. The globalist gun agenda wants to disarm the world one gun at a time! Take action NOW to protect YOUR GUNS!
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Global Arms Trade Treaty
"Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed; as they are in almost every kingdom in Europe. The supreme power in America
cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of
regular troops that can be, on any pretence, raised in the United States. A military force, at the command of Congress, can execute no laws,
but such as the people perceive to be just and constitutional; for they will possess the power, and jealousy will instantly inspire the
inclination, to resist the execution of a law which appears to them unjust and oppressive." Noah Webster, An Examination of the Leading Principles of the Federal Constitution (Philadelphia 1787)
The corporate-government war on private food production
We have truly become everything we are against!
The war on food - and health
Why This Toxic Sweetener is FAR Worse than High Fructose Corn Syrup...
SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - The Vietnam Veterans of America asked a federal judge to impose sanctions on the Central Intelligence Agency, for
failing to produce documents on the CIA's testing of hundreds of kinds of drugs - including sarin and phosgene nerve gas and LSD - on
thousands of soldiers.
The Vietnam Veterans of America sued the CIA in January 2009, claiming the agency had experimented on soldiers at Edgewood Arsenal and
Fort Detrick, Md., testing the effects of mind-controlling drugs.
The VVA says soldiers were treated "in the same capacity as laboratory rats or guinea pigs." The underlying federal complaint claims
that at least 7,800 soldiers were subjected to "at least 250, but as many as 400 chemical and biological agents."
This original complaint, filed in January 2009, claimed that "this vast program of human experimentation, shrouded in secrecy," was done
without informed consent of the soldier-guinea pigs. "In 1970, defendants provided Congress with an alphabetical list showing that they had
tested 145 drugs during Projects Bluebird, Artichoke, MKULTRA and MKDELTA." These drugs included sarin and other deadly nerve toxins,
barbiturates, irritants, including cyanide, phosgene nerve gas, LSC, PCP and other psychedelics, THC "about times the then-street strength of
marijuana," and tranquilizers.
In its request for sanctions, the Vietnam Veterans claims the CIA stalled discovery, in bad faith, by refusing to turn over requested
documents related to the secretive project, without adequate explanation.
It claims the CIA has released only about 1,600 documents, and 40 percent of them "deal only with the six individual plaintiffs'
military records and Veterans Administration claim files."
The complaint adds: "Defendants have continually resisted producing relevant documents by standing on myriad objections and
unsubstantiated claims of privilege. ... Even more unbelievably, it appears that defendants have yet to search even the most obvious location
for documents - Edgewood Arsenal itself. ...
"Defendants also consistently refused to enter into a routine protective order that would protect information subject to the Privacy Act
or HIPAA from disclosure or use outside of this litigation, thereby permitting its production to plaintiffs. Instead, defendants have refused
to produce documents containing such information, or have produced documents with such information wholly redacted. For example, defendants
used the Privacy Act as a basis for withholding the names of all Edgewood test subjects other than the named plaintiffs, despite the fact
that the test subjects are all potential class members and percipient witnesses. (Vecchio Decl. ¶ 6, Ex. A.) Defendants have also used the
Privacy Act as an excuse to withhold documents concerning individuals who conducted the test programs. These categorical refusals to provide
the names of critical witnesses, when a routine protective order could have obviated any of defendants' concerns, have unnecessarily delayed
discovery and prejudiced plaintiffs."
Oral arguments in the case are to begin Sept. 29.
This isn’t a good year to be part of the establishment.
Millions of Americans have had enough of runaway spending, shadowy Federal Reserve agreements, and lack of any respect for constitutional
Legislators are used to hearing from angry constituents.
They’re not accustomed to watching one another be sent into early retirement.
Pro-TARP Senator Bob Bennett didn’t even make it out of the Utah Republican convention in early May to be eligible for another term. Audit
the Fed supporter and Tea Party-backed Mike Lee was eventually chosen by Republican voters to be their nominee.
Pro-ObamaCare Democrat Senator Blanche Lincoln just barely survived her primary and now trails her Republican challenger.
Florida’s Charlie Crist bolted from the Republican Party for an Independent run to keep his Senate hopes alive. His poll numbers and
political future are now in a free fall as he scrambles to repudiate virtually every issue he once claimed to support.
Senate candidate Rand Paul handily defeated Kentucky’s Secretary of State Trey Grayson (who had been crowned the nominee by Washington GOP
insiders months before the vote) in the Republican primary and leads Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway in general election polling.
After he switched parties just to save his political career, Arlen Specter lost to Joe Sestak in the Pennsylvania Democrat Senate primary in
Ken Buck defeated GOP establishment-supported Jane Norton in the Colorado Republican Senate primary.
Sharron Angle is facing off against pro-Big Government and anti-Audit the Fed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid after defeating early
favorite Sue Lowden in the Nevada primary.
In Alaska, Republican candidate and another pro-Audit the Fed Republican, Joe Miller, came out of relative obscurity to defeat pro-TARP
incumbent Lisa Murkowski in the Senate primary.
And just this past week, despite fierce attacks from Republican Party insiders, Christine O’Donnell shocked the establishment by defeating
pro-Patriot Act, pro-Brady Bill, and pro-Cap and Tax Representative Mike Castle for the right to run for Joe Biden’s old Senate seat.
Karl Rove, who we know is a genius (or so we’ve been repeatedly told), exemplified the insiders’ reaction to what has been happening by
trying to sabotage O’Donnell after she won. A day later, and facing a backlash from angry tea partiers (as well as a long-deserved loss of
credibility), Rove switched gears to support O’Donnell.
Today, hundreds of grassroots activists are gathering in Richmond, Virginia to join Judge Andrew Napolitano in taking a stand for states’
rights and against an out of control federal government. They’re not only hearing some powerful speeches but are participating in training
sessions to learn proven techniques to reclaim the Republic beginning in their own backyards.
Much to Congress’ chagrin, we’re not stopping at contacting legislators over the phone and via email.
C4L is getting the word out about where office holders and candidates stand on the issues that are important to us through our survey
program. Our members are taking part in public forums, running for local and national office, knocking on doors to sign up more concerned
citizens to take action, and spreading the message that we will no longer allow our lives to be centrally planned from Washington, D.C.
Simply stated... we’re taking the fight directly to the statists.
They’re worried about what’s coming in November and beyond. And rightly so.
International scientists confirm dangers of Roundup at GMO-Free Regions Conference in Brussels
Glyphosate, the active ingredient in the world's best-selling weedkiller Roundup, causes malformations in frog
and chicken embryos at doses far lower than those used in agricultural spraying and well below maximum residue levels in products presently
approved in the European Union. This is reported in research (1) published by a group around Professor Andrés Carrasco, director of the
Laboratory of Molecular Embryology at the University of Buenos Aires Medical School and member of Argentina's National Council of Scientific
and Technical Research.
Carrasco was led to research the embryonic effects of glyphosate by reports of high rates of birth defects
in rural areas of Argentina where Monsanto's genetically modified "Roundup Ready" (RR) soybeans are grown in large monocultures sprayed from
airplanes regularly. RR soy is engineered to tolerate Roundup, allowing farmers to spray the herbicide liberally to kill weeds while the crop
At a press conference during the 6th European Conference of GMO Free Regions in the European Parliament in Brussels
Carrasco said, "The findings in the lab are compatible with malformations observed in humans exposed to glyphosate during pregnancy."
Reporting of such problems started in 2002, two years after large scale introduction of RR soybeans in Argentina. The experimental animals
share similar developmental mechanisms with humans.
The authors concluded that the results raise "concerns about the clinical
findings from human offspring in populations exposed to Roundup in agricultural fields." Carrasco added, "I suspect the toxicity
classification of glyphosate is too low. In some cases this can be a powerful poison."
The maximum residue level (MRL) allowed for
glyphosate in soy in the EU is 20 mg/kg. The level was increased 200-fold from 0.1 mg/kg to 20 mg/kg in 1997 after GM RR soy was
commercialized in Europe. Carrasco found malformations in embryos injected with 2.03 mg/kg glyphosate. Soybeans can contain glyphosate
residues of up to 17mg/kg.
In August 2010 Amnesty International reported that an organized mob violently attacked people who
gathered to hear Carrasco talk about his research in the town of La Leonesa, Chaco province. Witnesses implicated local agro-industry figures
in the attack.
Carrasco is also the co-author of a report, "GM Soy: Sustainable? Responsible?" released on September 16 by a
group of international scientists. The report documents a bulk of evidence in scientific studies on the harmful health and environmental
impacts of GM RR soy and Roundup.
The many people who have suffered from such spraying include Viviana Peralta, a housewife from
San Jorge, Santa Fe, Argentina, who was hospitalized together with her baby after Roundup spraying from planes flying near her home. Peralta
and other residents launched a lawsuit that resulted in a regional court ban on the spraying of Roundup and other agrochemicals near houses.
ENDS (1) Paganelli, A., Gnazzo, V., Acosta, H., López, S.L., Carrasco, A.E. 2010. Glyphosate-based herbicides produce
teratogenic effects on vertebrates by impairing retinoic acid signalling. Chem. Res. Toxicol., August 9. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/tx1001749
With the November elections quickly approaching, the majority of Americans will be thinking one thing: "Who cares?? This apathy isn't due to
ignorance, as some accuse. Rather, working people's disinterest in the two party system implies intelligence: millions of people understand
that both the Democrats and Republicans will not represent their interests in Congress.
This begs the question: Whom does the
two party system work for? The answer was recently given by the mainstream The New York Times, who gave the nation an insiders peek on how
corporations "lobby" (buy) congressmen. The article explains how giant corporations ? from Wall-mart to weapons manufacturers ? are planning
on shifting their hiring practices for lobbyists, from Democratic to Republican ex-congressmen in preparation for the Republicans gaining
seats in the upcoming November elections:
"Lobbyists, political consultants and recruiters all say that the going rate for
Republicans ? particularly current and former House staff members ? has risen significantly in just the last few weeks, with salaries
beginning at $300,000 and going as high as $1million for private sector [corporate lobbyist] positions." (September 9, 2010)
Congressmen who have recently retired make the perfect lobbyists: they still have good friends in Congress, with many of these
friends owing them political favors; they have connections to foreign Presidents and Kings; and they also have celebrity status that gives
good PR to the corporations.
Often, these congressmen have done favors for the corporation that is now hiring them, meaning, that the
corporations are rewarding the congressmen for services rendered while in office, offering them million dollar lobbyist jobs (or seats on the
corporate board of directors) that requires little to no work.
The same New York Times article revealed that the pay for 13,000
lobbyists [!] currently bribing Congress is a combined $3.5 billion. It was also explained how some lobbying firms keep an equal amount
of Democrats and Republicans on hand, so they can be prepared for any eventuality in the elections.
This phenomenon is more
than a little un-democratic: when millions of people vote for a candidate, the outcomes are quickly manipulated and controlled before the
election even happens.
Interestingly, the corporate-directed Wall Street Journal wrote a similar article in 2008, as the
Democrats had begun to dominate politics in Washington:
"Washington's $3 billion lobbying industry has begun shedding Republican
staffers [politicians], snapping up Democratic operatives [politicians] and entire firms, a shift that started even before Tuesday's ballots
were counted and Democrat Barack Obama captured the presidency." (November 5, 2008)
This article was appropriately titled
?Lobbyists Put Democrats Out Front as Winds Shift.?
The corporate money flows from party to party, so that the same goals are
achieved: higher profits for corporations. The sums thrown at these politicians are mind boggling: the Associated Press reported that the
corporate-orientated Chamber of Commerce spent "... nearly $190 million since Barack Obama became president in January 2009." (August 21,
These numbers explain the "deeper" differences between Democrats and Republicans ? money. Each party is a machine that
vies for power because this power carries with it vast sums of corporate money. The longer a party is in office and the more connections it
makes, the more its net worth to corporations, the more that these rewards can be spread to the different layers of the party. There is
indeed a real-life, nasty fight between the Republican and Democratic Parties to dominate this corporate money.
group" that ex-Congressmen don't work for is labor unions. Unions spend millions of dollars to help get Democrats elected, and millions
more is spent trying to get their ear while they're in office.
But unions cannot out-spend the banks; and they can't offer
millionaire retirement packages to retired Senators. The corporate retirement plans of Congressmen prove where their minds are while in
office, and whose interests are being looked after. Unions cannot continue to pretend that the Democrats are their "friends.? Labor has
very little to show for this dysfunctional, decades-long friendship: union membership continues to shrivel as do jobs, wages and benefits for
workers ? a losing strategy if ever there was one.
A ?lesser of two evils? approach to politics equals evil politicians for
labor, no matter who wins. In fact, the lesser-evil Democrats have become increasingly evil over the years, to the point where the party as a
whole is more Conservative than the Nixon-era Republicans. The point has been reached where ? in various states ? Democratic
governors are being endorsed by unions after promising to attack the wages and benefits of public workers!
To get out of this
vicious, dead-end cycle, unions could unite their strength to form coalitions that promote independent labor candidates: 100 percent funded
by labor to govern 100 percent in the interest of working people. All other roads lead back to the corporate lobbyists.