By Rady Ananda
Cross posted at Global Research (Canada) and Scoop (New Zealand).
From a high-tech, deep cover investigation emerges The Cove, a stunning documentary exposing the horrors of dolphin slaughter – for human consumption, despite extreme levels of mercury contamination. Dolphin activist Ric O’Barry and his crack team of world-class divers, ex-military, professional artisans and a former NatGeo photographer risk life, limb and freedom to film the action in a private cove in Taiji, Japan.
Posted in CorpoGov, Films & Books, Food News, Free Range Animals
Tagged dolphin petition, film, film review, food, government industry collusion, international whaling commission, japan, mercury contamination, news, oceanic preservation society, politics, profits vs people, rady ananda, ric o'barry, save the dolphins, the cove movie
By Guy Montague-Jones
Baker and Snacks
Dean Foods is one of the largest dairy processing firms in the US, and according to Sanders, the Justice Department should investigate whether the company has a monopoly grip on the market.
Posted in CorpoGov, Monopolies, Peasants, Farmers, Ranchers
Tagged anti-trust, bernie sanders, corporatism, dairy, dairy prices, dean foods, g20, Monopoly, news, politics, senator calls for investigation into dean foods, subsidy