Weekend Reading Suggestions – RedPills For The Inquiring Mind – October 31, 2014

TheRedPillGuide
October 31, 2014

Books“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one”
– George R.R. Martin, A Dance With Dragons
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There were a variety of pieces on the newstream this week.

For starters, we find Dr. Mercola covering the ever-present issue of antibiotics in large-scale agriculture.

This issues is not only extremely under-reported by the rigged mainstream media, but its also important because of the effects that antibiotics are having on our foods.  Past studies have even eluded to there being a 50% chance of you purchasing meat that contains drug-resistant bacteria.

American Meat Production Uses More Antibiotics Than Ever, Despite Growing Antibiotic-Resistant Disease In Consumers

Something families can do if they are worried about the above, is eating organically grass-fed beef, eat/juice fresh fruits and vegetables, while also making sure you are filtering your local water making sure to get rid of the toxin fluoride and other chemicals.

With that in mind, the piece below by Mrs. Sarich showcases more evidence as to why organic foods are superior to genetically modified foods.

Scientists Prove Organic Food More Nutritionally Rich Than Conventional, GMO Crops

A disturbing pattern we have seen is Big Pharma dodging responsibility and engaging in their corrupt ways. Below, Ethan A. Huff details the current attempt of Big Pharma to skirt responsibility regarding Ebola.

Big Pharma seeks legal immunity for damages from experimental Ebola vaccines

Continuing our focus on those undermining common sense, the article below covers the current push by the Susan G. Komen Foundation to promote carcinogen-laden chemicals in a duplicitous way.

Susan G. Komen Partners With Fracking Industry To ‘Pink Wash’ Cancer-Causing Chemicals Pumped Into The Ground

Financial issues affect everyone in a variety of ways. The overly systemic issues are covered quite thoroughly by Nomi Prins in her latest article.

Why The Financial & Political System Failed & Why Stability Matters

That’s it for now.

Make sure you to have a great weekend and spend time with family/friends. Take care.

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