Wes Thomas: 12 Ways to Kill Monsanto

Consumer Self-Defense: 12 Ways to Drive GMOs and Roundup off the Market

Given the current barrage of pro-GMO propaganda in the mass media, “GMO-Free” proponents need to put far greater emphasis on the fact that it isn’t just the imprecise and unpredictable nature of gene-splicing itself—a process that produces toxin and allergens, and shuts down essential gene functions—that threatens human health and the environment. The billions of pounds of systemic toxic pesticides (herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides), especially Roundup, that are used on GMO and so-called conventional crops, are equally, if not more, hazardous to human health and the environment.These systemic agro-toxins, for the most part, cannot be washed off before eating.

A 12-point agenda for driving GMOs off the market

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Jan 26

SchwartzReport: Solar Creates More Jobs than Oil & Gas Extraction — Solar Jobs Up 80% in Four Years

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

As predicted the shift to non-carbon energy is creating wealth as well as wellness, and it is gaining momentum. This development makes excellent news.  Carbon energy will do everything it can to continue to control the production of energy but that industry is on the wrong side of history.

The Solar Industry Created More Jobs In 2014 Than Oil And Gas Extraction

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Jan 16

SchwartzReport: Monsanto Down 34%

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

I think this is fascinating. This report describes a change in the GMO trend. We have here millions of individual choices not in favor of Mansanto, but toward the life-affirming. Equally important we should note: all of this was accomplished even as Mansanto and other corporations poured multiple 10s of millions of dollars into controlling election outcomes and regulatory oversight.

Monsanto Earnings Fall 34% as Farmers Reject GMO Crops

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Jan 15

SchwartzReport: 90 Companies = 2/3rd Emissions

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

This is perhaps the most extraordinary and preposterous story I have ever published, or that has been published in years. The fate of humanity and the Earth hangs largely on the activities of 90 companies. Think about that. Then ask yourself how is it that we lack the political well to do anything truly meaningful about this. Please also pass this on. It is important that as many people as possible know this.

Just 90 companies caused two-thirds of man-made global warming emissions

Chevron, Exxon and BP among companies most responsible for climate change since dawn of industrial age, figures show. The analysis, which has been published in the journal Climatic Change.

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Jan 11