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Int’l Women’s Day: Women reclaim their stewardship of life, reject GMOs, GMO vaccines

By Sylvia Gonzales and Esther Rhodes

Women and children’s bodies are the very source of the world’s future. Yet women and children’s bodies are at the heart of the corporate assault. That is the reality women face on this year’s International Women’s Day (March 8).

During WWII, IG Farben, the pharmaceutical and chemical giant of the day, experimented on women prisoners at Auschwitz, attempting to develop a vaccine that could covertly sterilize people at routine doctors’ appointments.

Is this a women’s issue?

Today, the University of Georgia Research Foundation, controlled by pharma, holds a patent entitled “a fertility impairing vaccine.” The patent refers to polysorbate 80 as the “preferred ingredient.”

Is this a women’s issue?

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Sitting in Starbucks, eating GMOs

By Robert McCollough

Across the country rage is growing about GMOs and their being unleashed one after another on the country.  While Europe, despite immense pressure from the Clinton administration, initially banned them, the FDA hid 40,000 documents indicating their extreme toxicity, to get them introduced in the US.

Ten years after Monsanto’s Bt corn was first planted in 1996, diabetes had increased 90% with the highest incidence among Hispanics for whom corn is a sacred and central part if their diet.

Those GMOs are being kept unlabeled.  A Monsanto official once said to label them would be like putting a skull and cross bones on them.

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