November 7, 2014
“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”
– Groucho Marx
Earlier this week additional evidence was shared via NaturalSociety.com as to why Kellogg’s Cereals should become part of your complete breakfast be avoided like the plague.
Not only are Kellogg’s cereals subject to antibiotics, but to complete its devilish one-two punch they are also laden with GMO pesticides:
Continuing with the topic of health, Jon Rappoport covers in this link below on how the comptrollers are kicking in clawing in their attempts to carve out a new scamdemic reality for us:
In the economic realm, Jeff Nielson pens this piece below outlining how the real price of Gold would operate without the chains it maintains from the criminal banking financial complex:
Also within the precious metals arena, The Doc & Eric Dubin discuss the metals markets with Mr. Ferguson in respect to the US Mint being caught with their pants down having no silver for distribution from the US Mint:
Onto the environment, we have two seemingly separate but interconnected issues that will increase their detrimental momentum against the populace heading into the upcoming years.
First of these is the fact that there has been an extreme drought in the entire Southwest region of the United States that continues unabated. Needless to say, the economic/political/societal ramifications of this drought could prompt innumerable issues:
In tandem with the above drought, rarely discussed by the mainstream media are the ongoing issues of the Fukushima prefecture. As radiation continues to spew into the northern hemisphere and circling the globe, this issue is only going to exacerbate given the absolute lack of coverage/action it is prompting. Fukushima radiation is already affecting babies in the west coast. As time continues, where will this tidal wave stop?:
Now for the MacGyvers out there, below follows a rather creative and useful link for those searching for ways to add to their winter firemaking repertoire:
Hope you all have a great weekend and remember, you only take each step once, so make sure each step is taken in the right direction.