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The eco-terrorism of our planet by a handful of evil corporations and up to 90% of vegetable varieties is now extinct

In 1983, a study conducted by the Rural Advancement Foundation International reported that about 93% of the vegetable varieties have gone extinct and we’ve become dependent on a handful of commercial varieties of fruits and vegetables.  As a result of vegetable extinction, we have now come down to 20 species of plants that include 95% of the vegetables that we eat.

Thanks to giant agribusinesses and chemical companies including Monsanto, DuPont, Bayer, Dow and BASF, most of our diet is now narrowed down to a handful of GMO crops including corn and soy.

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These days, when you walk to a grocery store, you have the illusion that you have many choices. In reality, most processed foods are just re-arrangement of GMO corn or soy. While almost 50% of Americans live close or below the poverty line and cannot afford to buy healthy and nutritious foods for themselves and their families, a handful of corporations lavishly spend millions of dollars to keep GMOs hidden in our food supply.

The Evil multibillion dollar corporations who are destroying our habitat are the real ‘Eco-terrorists’

Every day, more than 100 species are going extinct, glaciers are melting in an alarming rate, our lakes, rivers and oceans are dying and millions of our bees and butterflies are disappearing as a result of chemicals and pesticides of giant agri-corporations.

You would think that governmental regulatory agencies would come to their senses by now and would have at least banned toxic chemicals like neonicotinoid pesticides, toxic foods like GMOs and additives like MSG. However, the strong ties between US regulatory agencies (FDA, EPA and USDA) and biotech companies including Monsanto and DuPont has raised many questions and concerns among health activists on how the government is in bed with giant agribusinesses who are poisoning us.

The evil corporate executives and Wall Street gangs don’t need to be demonized by movies like ‘The East’ since they seem to be doing a pretty good job at demonizing themselves

“We are the East.  We don’t care how rich you are.  We want all those who are guilty to experience the terror of their crime. It’s easy when it’s not your life.  Easy when it’s not your home. Lie to us; we’ll lie to you.  Spy on us; we’ll spy on you.  Poison us; we’ll poison you. We will counterattack three corporations in the next six months for the worldwide terrorism, and this is just the beginning.” These are the words from the recent Hollywood movie ‘The East’.

As you could tell, the writer is apparently very angry with toxic producing corporations who are responsible for polluting our air, water and environment. In fact, many people are really angry with irresponsible corporate behaviors that have resulted in destruction of our planet and environment.

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Despite what the neoconservatives like Glenn Beck believe that such movies will glorify eco-terrorists who attack corporations or demonize rich “evil” corporate executives, the truth is that movies like ‘The East’ portrays the suffering of those who are poisoned and victimized by evil corporations and pharmaceutical companies who don’t give a damn about them or their health.

As a matter of fact, Monsanto has been sowing the seeds of hatred for many years now and despite the public’s hatred for Frankenfoods, the giant agribusinesses and junk food companies have successfully poured millions of dollars to keep their toxic GMOs hidden in our food supply.

The real ‘eco-terrorists’ are toxic producing corporations who knowingly manufacture a product that poison their consumers

As a matter of fact, Monsanto’s Bt toxin are now in the blood of 90% of pregnant women and their fetuses. The active ingredient of Monsanto’s best selling herbicide ‘Roundup’ linked to cancer, infertility and organ failure is now found in the urine of cows and our drinking water. To your surprise, US water levels have 7,000 more glyphosate than the amount allowed for animal organ damage. Recently, 37 million bees in Canada died after GM crops were treated with neonicotinoid pesticides while USDA rejects to ban these pesticides that are killing millions of bees.

The ones that the right-wing Christian nutcases like Glen Beck portray as ‘left wing eco-terrorists’ are those are who are just fed up of being poisoned by giant Frankenfood and Pharmecutical corporations that have deep pockets to bribe the members of Congress and finance the members of Tea party who feel sorry for demonizing corporations.   

Also, the evil corporate executives and Wall Street gangs don’t need to be demonized by movies like ‘The East’, they seem to be doing a pretty good job at demonizing themselves if you just consider the evil cunning corporate tactics and insidious methods that they use to poison our kids and environment.

Although ‘The East’ movie is clearly angry about irresponsible corporate behavior, it suggests that besides anarchy and violence, there are other solutions:

Thanks to the internet and social media, people have found a way to search for the truth and make up their on mind, without relying on the news that they hear from the mainstream media that are turning into bunch of regurgitating monkeys with zero credibility left. In fact, truth telling foundations like Wiki leaks and brave actions of people like Bradly Manning are an example on how there is a way to expose the truth about the corrupted political system without violence

Although war criminals and corrupted corporate executives are walking freely while people like Bradly Manning receive 35 years in jail (for only exposing criminal behavior and spying on U.S. citizens), more and more people are waking up to the fact that the current system is deeply rigged and controlled by big corporate money. In fact, when exposing a crime is treated worse than committing a crime, you are ruled by criminals.

 

 

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