Monthly Archives: April 2013
Honey bees are in severe decline in the US, the principle culprit is believed to be Neonicotinamides developed by Monsanto. Honey bees are responsible for pollination 2/3 of all food crops people eat, so without them we are in real trouble.
Rather then admitting responsibility for the damage they have done with neonicotinamide pesticides, Monsanto are developing Robot bees to have an even larger control over nature and your food supply.
How would you feel being forced to pay Monsanto to hire its robotic bees to pollinate your crops after its pesticides killed all the natural bees?
It’s not enough for Monsanto to have control over your seeds and food that want to control what get pollinated also, dangerous.
NSW Police a very happy to harrass the public for piracy and breach of copyright but are doing it them selves at the same time, massive hypocrisy!
Nice one Ben Grubb, who followed our wikipedia edigate story.
Feel like the last thing you read was just another press release copied and pasted and maybe jumbled a bit to not make it look like plagiarism? This tool will help you.
The bailouts were just the tip of the enormous iceberg of corruption in the global finance system.
A great article by the Washington post.
Here is your secret and growing corporate military industrial governance.
Jeanne Calment lived to 122. We thought we’d give you a few of her strategies.
Jeanne lived through both the first and second world wars which were happening on her doorstep in France.
Being a woman helps you avoid some diseases and in the 20th century it was quite socially acceptable for women to not have a job,
in fact there was a whole subculture to embrace wealthy non working women.
Jeanne smoked longer than most non smokers live.
Jeanne signed a contract with her lawyer to sell her house on contingency basis,
which meant the lawyer (and then his widow) was paying her for a house for 32 years,
and paid double the price it was worth.
Sounds like a great life, let’s all go do it!
If you found this article somehow unrelated we’ll explain, we discovered this woman’s interesting life while doing legal research, we stumbled onto the legal term ‘pur autre vie‘, a contract based of the lifespan of another not oneself. Of course Jeanne was a staggering example of this legal principle. This brings us to a concept, who has the right to make a contract for the life of another? Now that’s where it gets interesting.