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In this post you will find video presentations featuring some of the villains and some of the heroes in the GMO Invasion. Some videos are short and some are full length documentaries. The first one (GREENPEACE – Genetic engineering), is a nice concise primer and is good to help folks get their feet wet on this extremely critical issue. Get mad (and be kind), and get active. Let’s do what we can to save the future of food (and all life) for all of us and certainly for the people of the future who deserve no less.
I have divided the post into sections so that loading the page won’t bog you down, so please click the ascending ‘Pages’ numbers after every several videos to advance to the next section… There are some that are just too good to miss.
Please pass them along.
Thank you!

Billy


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Quick, concise, 4 minutes:
GREENPEACE – Genetic engineering

GREENPEACE – Genetic engineering from Feinheit on Vimeo.

Just Say No 2 GMO

Top 2 Ways You Help Monsanto Every Day (Without Knowing It)

MILIONS AGAINST MONSANTO – HELP !

MONSANTO * One of the Most Evil Corporations on Earth (PT.II)

Thousands Die in the Blink of an Eye

Thousands Die in the Blink of an Eye

Hold your breath.

“The question is not, Can they reason? nor Can they talk, but Can they suffer?”
Jeremy Bentham, 1780. Quoted in Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation

“It is not necessary, rather it is incompetent, to kill and torture animals to eat”
Stephen R. L. Clark, 1977, The Moral Status of Animals

“Auschwitz begins wherever someone looks at a slaughterhouse and thinks: they’re only animals”
Theodor Adorno. Quoted in Bob Torres & Jenna Torres, 2005, Vegan Freak

“Human beings … have become colossal pedants, proclaiming themselves the pets and specials of creation, and teaching each other that other races are mere things to furnish pasture and pastime for them”
J. Howard Moore, 1907, The New Ethics

“… veganism … [is] increasingly being recognized as a logical, even inescapable process, essentially relevant, essentially practical, essentially compassionate to all species”
Jon Wynne-Tyson, 1979, “Dietethics: its Influence on Future Farming Patterns”

“Eating [meat] … is merely a habit, one that people are socially conditioned to believe is normal, even healthy”
Howard F. Lyman, 1998, Mad Cowboy

Animals Killed


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chickens
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ducks
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pigs
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rabbits
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turkeys
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geese
0 sheep
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goats
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rodents (excluding rabbits)
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pigeons and other birds
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buffaloes
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horses
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donkeys and mules
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camels and other camelids

These are the numbers of
animals who have been killed in the world by the meat, dairy, and egg
industries, since you opened this webpage.


 

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“The question is not, Can they reason? nor Can they talk, but Can they suffer?”
Jeremy Bentham, 1780. Quoted in Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation

“It is not necessary, rather it is incompetent, to kill and torture animals to eat”
Stephen R. L. Clark, 1977, The Moral Status of Animals

“Auschwitz begins wherever someone looks at a slaughterhouse and thinks: they’re only animals”
Theodor Adorno. Quoted in Bob Torres & Jenna Torres, 2005, Vegan Freak

“Human beings … have become colossal pedants, proclaiming themselves the pets and specials of creation, and teaching each other that other races are mere things to furnish pasture and pastime for them”
J. Howard Moore, 1907, The New Ethics

“… veganism … [is] increasingly being recognized as a logical, even inescapable process, essentially relevant, essentially practical, essentially compassionate to all species”
Jon Wynne-Tyson, 1979, “Dietethics: its Influence on Future Farming Patterns”

“Eating [meat] … is merely a habit, one that people are socially conditioned to believe is normal, even healthy”
Howard F. Lyman, 1998, Mad Cowboy

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You Can Help

Number one reason to be Veg’n

Everything Else is MURDER

How many more do you need?

FDA TO CREATE BOOTLEG VITAMIN BIZ

Heath Freedom ??? 4-17-07

FDA TO CREATE BOOTLEG VITAMIN BIZ

Drive through liquor windows are not in jeopardy

Poisonous, carcinogenic food additives are not threatened

The pharmaceutical drugs that kill over 200,000 people in the U.S. yearly will still be readily available, and advertised non stop on TV, radio and print media

You will retain your right to kill yourself and your children with all manner of neon colored junk food

But if the FDA and its friends at the big pharmaceutical companies, chemical giants and the AMA (The corporate-ized entity overseeing the medical “Industry” in America) have their way, there will be no more nutritional supplements.
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11% Can Change (Improve) the World

Become part of the 11% of people who can change (Improve) the world…

No Meal is an Island

No Meal is an Island

When you fuel your being with the products of compassion and wholesome-ness, you become a product of compassion and wholesome-ness.

If you fuel yourself with the products of pollution, pain, inefficiency and failure, you are a product of pollution, pain, inefficiency and failure.

There is a lot connected to (Many fingers of association) the production of a food. And all of the embodied, accumulated history of the food’s life becomes part of the body and “Energy” of the consumer.

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Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Files Lawsuit against Major ‘Organic’ Cheater Brands

Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Files Lawsuit against Major ‘Organic’ Cheater Brands

Around here we have been using Dr. Bronner’s soaps (And their other products) since the 60s.
…Remember…Young people, primarily members of the counter-culture, come to love the soap with which they could do everything: from washing their VW vans, to cleaning their bell-bottoms, to washing themselves by the nearby lake. They also groove on the label’s call to peace and the fact that Dr. Bronner’s is a real person, not some corporate mascot. Word-of-mouth soon makes Dr. Bronner’s the iconic soap of that era.

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Your worst day is a picnic

Your worst day is a picnic

 
Your worst day is a picnic
No matter how bad your worst day is, it is nothing compared to… what the average mega-farm animal is undergoing every minute of everyday, for all the weeks or months of its’ sad life. What are you going to do about it?
You can help stop the suffering, and it won’t cost you a dime. In fact you will save money.
I’ll be happy to help, call me anytime. I will happily call you back on my dime.
Thanks!
P.S. See how many land animals have been killed for the meat, dairy, and egg industries since you opened this web page…

Dare to Look at the Numbers…

Amy Goodman, 2008 Right Livelihood Award (Alternative Nobel Prize)

Amy Goodman Among 4 Recipients of 2008 Right Livelihood Award, Known as the “Alternative Nobel”

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman has become the first journalist to receive the Right Livelihood Award, established to honor those “offering practical and exemplary answers to the most urgent challenges facing us today.” The annual prize, also known as the Alternative Nobel, will be awarded in the Swedish parliament in December. The other winners were Indian activists Krishnammal and Sankaralingam Jagannathan, women’s rights advocate Asha Hagi of Somalia, and sexual violence victims’ advocate Monika Hauser of Germany.

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‘Alternative Nobels’ go to indy journalist Amy Goodman, activists

Amy Goodman Among 4 Recipients of 2008 Right Livelihood Award, Known as the “Alternative Nobel”

Right Livelihood Award

Right Livelihood Awards Honour Outstanding Work

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Free Turkeys

Free Turkeys

Free Turkeys For a Happy Healthy Thanksgiving

“You already qualify”

See article for details on the 2013 FREE TURKEYS PROGRAM

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Free Turkeys

Details on the 2013 FREE TURKEYS PROGRAM
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HELP! Turkey 1

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If you still eat animals, you can help “Free the Turkeys” by simply not eating a turkey’s body this thanksgiving.

If you don’t eat animals you are already saving the lives of (On Average) over 100 life-loving animals every year, and you can spread the word this thanksgiving to help free more Turkeys.

Why would you want to eat the dressing, but spare the bird?

Why would you bother to set a Turkey free?

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Drawing scorn for healthy living

Drawing scorn for healthy living

                        Drawing scorn for healthy living

Written by: Indian Knoblauch | 10 Nov 2008

It seems that there is a negative societal outlook on healthy living.

Why is this? Has the media created it? Surely not; with so many images in the media of people who are fit and healthy. Is it just a general human laziness that gives us a lack of motivation to do anything that is good for us?

One of my favorite podcasts, The Satellite Sisters, brought my attention to this issue. The show is hosted by five real sisters who talk about anything and everything. It is a total estrogen party, but I love it. One of the sisters was talking about several decisions she had made to live more healthfully and the others were less than enthusiastic. They laughed at her decisions and seemed to play it off as their sister being too paranoid.

Things that had to go

The things she gave up will really lead to her being much healthier.

She gave up regular deodorant because of the aluminum it contains, which has been shown to be a contributor to Alzheimer’s disease and can lead to heavy metal poisoning.
“Heavy metal poisoning is the toxic accumulation of heavy metals in the soft tissues of the body,” according to the website Health A to Z. “Patients may complain of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, headache, sweating and a metallic taste in the mouth. Depending on the metal, there may be blue-black lines in the gum tissues. In severe cases, patients exhibit obvious impairment of cognitive, motor, and language skills.”

Giving up deodorant doesn’t mean stinking all the time. It can take a while to find alternatives that work, but they’re out there. And it certainly seems worth the extra effort to take away the risk of heavy metal poissioning and Alzheimer’s disease.
It certainly seems worth the extra effort to take away the risk of heavy metal poissioning and Alzheimer’s disease.

She also gave up chemical sunscreen because of the negative effects associated with it.

According to Sunscreen Summary; What Works and What’s Safe, an article found at www.cosmeticsdatabase.com, “…some sunscreen ingredients absorb into the blood and some are linked to toxic effects. Some release skin-damaging free radicals in sunlight, some could disrupt hormone systems, several are strongly linked to allergic reactions and others may build up in the body or the environment.” Sounds like a good thing to give up to me, especially when there are mineral based alternatives.

And finally she gave up the use of her microwave oven.

People are fascinated when I tell them I don’t use a microwave oven.

Does anyone remember the stove? Just stick it in a pan and heat it up. It’s well worth the small amount of extra effort and energy when one considers the possible side effects of using a microwave oven.

According to www.createyourhealthyhome.com, microwaved food ingested by humans can cause digestive problems; it can hinder the lymph which helps to clear toxins out of the body, lead to a higher number of cancerous cells and increase free-radicals which are the cause for aging and many diseases. The list goes on and on and those are just the highlights. I didn’t even mention what microwaves do to the food nutritionally. Check out the website if you want to learn more.

A win-win situation

These are important things that at least need to be considered. When people make the decision to eliminate such things from their lives, they should be commended, not scoffed.

So why is it that healthy choices aren’t celebrated?

When people hear about someone making decisions to better his life, is it they feel bad about themselves and so react in an unappreciative manner?

I suppose I could understand if that were the case. I’ve done similar things; I’m sure we all have.

What we should do is appreciate, support and be inspired by others. We should be thinking win-win.

Let’s help each other to be healthier in all ways. Do things that promote a fulfilling life. Recently I started hiking several times a week with a girlfriend. I get a different response when I tell people about my girl-time hikes. They are supportive, but they say things like, “I wish I could do that.” This shouldn’t be the response I get. Why aren’t we taking responsibility for ourselves?

Don’t wait

If you want something go get it! Don’t wait around for things to happen to you, make them happen. The only way your life will change is by taking responsibility for yourself and creating the life you want to have.

I have been whining about not having a flat stomach forever. I knew that just talking about it wasn’t doing any good, so I finally started doing crunches and my stomach is increasingly flatter.
If you want to be a healthy, happier person, then do it. Figure out what you want, make it happen.

Let the people who don’t support your decisions to better yourself be damned.

Indian Knoblauch