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Between The Lines This Week – November 2-8, 2014

Peer Reviewed Research Proves Biotech’s Studies on GMOs are Flawed, Inaccurate
A growing number of people are starting to think that the U.S. government is using flawed science on purpose to justify centralized manufacture, production, storage, and distribution of an altered world food supply to be used for political power and international rule. If we don’t eat our GMOs, take our vaccines, and assent to being sprayed with chemtrails while our municipal water is being poisoned, then their aims will be supported by our military and police forces.
Natural Society

Weather Channel Founder: Man-Made Global Warming is ‘Baloney’
“And if you get down to the hard, cold facts, there’s no question about it: Climate change is not happening, there is no significant, man-made global warming now, there hasn’t been any in the past, and there’s no reason to expect any in the future. There’s a whole lot of baloney.”
cnsnews.com

10 Things Everyone Needs to Know About the Drug War Violence in Mexico
The U.S. military and intelligence collaborates with and empowers a corrupt narco-state in Mexico.
AlterNet

GMO Crops Are Destroying Farmland, And Monsanto Doesn’t Want You to Know
The European Association for bio-industries, EuropaBio, wants you to believe that “GM crops can protect soils from erosion through less ploughing, conserving soil moisture, too. GM herbicide tolerant crops reduce the need to plough fields in preparation for planting crops. This saves fuel because less tilling is necessary. GM insect resistant crops require less treatments with insecticides, which also decreases the need for tractor use.” But these statements are completely false.
Natural Society

With Latest Round of Climate Hysteria, UN Simply Lies
Faced with the well-documented implosion of its theories and a public that increasingly sees through the climate alarmism, the United Nations and its widely ridiculed global-warming panel are upping the ante yet again.
The New American

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