Surprise! Economist Magazine Approves of Internet Governance Conference in Brazil


Staff Report – April 29, 2014
So now what we consider to be the Snowden false flag comes into
clearer focus. Directed history has taken us from the hard-to-fathom
escapades of Snowden himself – very suddenly – to a conference of
1,200 wise wonks that want to “change” the Internet to save it. And it is a direct result of Snowden’s revelations, or so we are told. And we are not surprised . … Read More +

Monsanto Meme Disintegrates as Organic Ascends?
Staff Report – April 29, 2014
Here at High Alert we can tell the difference between science and
exploitation. Much of what passes for applied science these days in
the West is unfortunately fear- and greed-based exploitation. It is
the power elite that organizes these faux-science applications. We use the term “faux-science” advisedly, of course. Real science works through trial and error and in the case of food, scientific
applications should be carefully presented and vetted. But
Monsanto-style faux science is sneakily in … Read More +

Monsanto and Big Food Losing the GMO and ‘Natural’ Food Fight … Food and farm activists in Vermont, backed by a growing movement across the country, are on the verge of a monumental victory – mandatory labels on genetically engineered foods and a ban on the routine industry practice of labeling GMO-tainted foods as “natural.” – HuffingtonPost Dominant Social Theme: GMO food is merely an advancement of science. Free-Market Analysis: Here at High Alert we can tell the difference between science and exploitation. Much of what passes for applied science these days in the West is unfortunately fear- and greed-based exploitation. It is the power elite that organizes these faux-science applications. We use the term “faux-science” advisedly, of course. Real science works through trial and error and in the case of food, scientific applications should be carefully presented and vetted. But Monsanto-style faux science is sneakily integrated into food products and the intention is apparently to trick people. Monsanto executives and those supporters in the political realm are not seemingly honest about what they are adding or why. One has to wonder, in fact, what market niche Monsanto actually serves. – See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/35256/Monsanto-Meme-Disintegrates-as-Organic-Ascends/#sthash.DGPw3xkJ.dpuf



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2 Responses to “Surprise! Economist Magazine Approves of Internet Governance Conference in Brazil”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Government of Canada attempts to shut down debate on Online Spying Bill
    Rather than spying on Canadians we need access to the corruption and lies being perpetrated by this government and its leader. Harper does not represent the views of the majority of Canadians. Harper is trying to legalize NSA-type spying activity. Treason is a capital offense.

    Government attempts to shut down debate on Online Spying Bill show they’re running scared of public opinion, says OpenMedia.ca

    Read more: http://josephpedepoetry.blogspot.co.uk/

    Gordon.

  2. TMWKTMBNE says:

    The Economist is owned by the Rothschilds.

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