Tag : Food

Why Is The Elitist Establishment So Obsessed With Meat?

I don’t know how many people have noticed this, but in the past three months it has been impossible for a person to throw a beef burger patty in any direction on the compass without hitting a news article on the “destructive effects” of the meat industry in terms of “climate change”. There’s also been endless mainstream articles on the supposedly vast health benefits of a vegetarian or vegan diet. This narrative has culminated in a tidal wave of stories about vegetable-based meat companies like Beyond Meat and their rise to stock market stardom. The word on the street is, meat based diets are going the way of the Dodo, and soon, by environmental necessity, we will ALL be vegetarians.

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What Would It Take To Build A World Without Globalists?

You can bet that whenever you find people analyzing the root of a problem you will also find other people trying to derail those efforts with dishonest arguments. For reasons that we can guess at but are rarely able to confirm, there are some folks out there that get rather agitated at constructive discussion among their fellow humans. One of the most common tactics for hijacking the discussion of a problem is to suggest that it is “all pointless” unless those same people can offer a grand solution to the problem. This is Alinsky-style disruption 101.

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This Thing you Cannot Cheat on

With their inventiveness, perhaps not always very healthy and constructive, human beings have managed to cheat on many things: on the amount of gold they possessed, covering for example lead with a thin gold leaf ; on gasoline to which water can be added at the risk of having to clean the carburetor; on the […]

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Tipping Point: The Gilets Jaunes are winning, what’s next?

The weekend just gone, Manifestation 23, marked a seismic shift in the five month battle between the Gilets Jaunes and the French state. The Notre Dame fire has brought into the open the strategic shift in public opinion that has occurred over the winter; shifts all to the advantage of the Gilets Jaunes. While the cold winter months with their looming darkness only allowed us to glimpse two equal parties grinding away at each other in the gloom, the advent of spring and its clear light, reveals how the Gilets are gathering reserves of strength all over France, and how, now, they are slowly winning in Paris as well. The sight of French police surrounding Notre Dame and denying access to its ‘own’ population, starkly illustrates what the state seeks to deny. After all, these sort of monuments are the materiality through which states demonstrates their connection to the population, their right to rule and their own power.

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10 Cancer Causing Products to Remove From Your Home and Dangers of Wi-Fi

As a parent and spouse, you try to ensure your family is healthy and happy, and you do everything within your power to keep them safe. It doesn’t cross your mind that the products that you are using to keep them safe may actually be placing them in harm’s way.
When you think of health and well-being, proper nutrition and supplementation are often on the top of the list of ways to keep your family safe. You don’t consider analyzing the products you use for cleaning purposes, for example.
The truth is that there are a number of known carcinogens in our homes lurking in the shower, the toilet, the kitchen cupboard, and the rest of the house that have the potential to substantially increase the risk of you or your family developing cancer.

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What can we Learn From the Middle Ages About Collapse? The Great Challenge of the Seneca Bottleneck

[Source: Cassandra’s Legacy] What can we Learn From the Middle Ages About Collapse? The Great Challenge of the Seneca Bottleneck The idea that a collapse is awaiting our civilization seems to be gaining ground, although it has not reached the mainstream debate. But no civilization before ours escaped collapse, so it makes sense to think […]

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The World to Come

[NW’s Note: Chris Hedges’ vision may seem very pessimistic, but many elements are already present and others close to manifest themselves. However, nothing in the matter seems eternal, not even such a totalitarian world. Will the delivery of a desirable New World for Humanity be painless?] [Source: Truth dig] The World to Come The ruling […]

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THE PRISONER SAYS NO TO BIG BROTHER

[Source: johnpilger.com] Author: John PILGER THE PRISONER SAYS NO TO BIG BROTHER 4 March 2019 John Pilger invokes George Orwell in calling on his compatriots to stand up for the freedom of ‘a distinguished Australian’, the founder and editor of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, and for ‘real journalism of a kind now considered exotic’… Whenever I […]

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Venezuela, Gangsters Return to Assault Democracy

Venezuela, Gangsters Return to Assault Democracy [Source: Investig’Action] Author: ALEX ANFRUNS Venezuela is today facing great danger of war, chaos and destruction, with the active participation of the US, the EU and Colombia. These countries have economic interests and use a sector of the Venezuelan opposition to make believe that a “parallel government” exists. In […]

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The U.N.’s Global Warming War On Capitalism: An Important History Lesson

[Source: Forbes] The U.N.’s Global Warming War On Capitalism: An Important History Lesson Larry Bell ContributorI write about aerospace, environment, energy, Second Amendment policy The U.N.’s latest climate alarmist meeting in Doha, Qatar experienced somewhat of a different sort of man-made crisis in December in the form of  a typhoon named Christopher Monckton, the third […]

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Two Humanities?

In some esoteric or spiritual circles or networks, there has been for some decades an increasingly popular theory according to which a significant number of human beings would have no soul. Before examining the possible consequences of such a vision of things and in particular to whom it can benefit, we will make a short […]

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Effects of Modern Art

If we define art as the materialization, the manifestation, the representation or the expression of a set of sensations, emotions or feelings and as a way to make them reflect, then there is a close relationship between the art of a civilization and the sensory, emotional and sentimental life of the individuals who compose it. […]

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Note on the Resignation of Macron

The article “Macron Resigns” shows how users of social networks tend to consume information, and even more, often only that which reinforces their beliefs, without seeking or verifying its veracity or deepening by additional research and reflection on the topics covered. In the era of fast food and ephemeral fashions, the phenomenon is not really […]

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Stop Feeding the Beast

The Beast, aka the System in which we live, feeds on our excessive consumption, our emotional outbursts, our desires, our fears and our divisions and conflicts. It has survived globally for centuries or even millennia thanks to our ignorance. Many of us are even unaware of our existence, unaware of living in an unnatural, artificial […]

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Let’s stop the cows!

There is a fairly recent tendency to reject cow’s milk and dairy products under the following pretexts: It would be indigestible for lack of lactase (which allows the digestion of lactose). It would be allergenic. It would be pathogenic growth factor (promoting cancer). It would produce diabetes and autoimmune diseases. It would produce many other […]

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Note on the Collapse of Civilizations

Civilizations, like individuals, face diverse needs and seek to fill them by accessing resources that can satisfy them. The needs Resources mineral mineral plant vegetable animals Animal materials Hardware Energy Energy psychological psychological mental mental psychic (para) psychic spiritual spiritual (pro) creative (pro) creative   The potential of a civilization depends on the average potential […]

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