This is an hour long must-see video in which the author of Seeds of Deception outlines FDA deception and how this deception promotes GMO and hides the health consequences. Thanks Ron, for sharing this!
After viewing this video and posting it, I went back to check the link. The video is now “not available” on Google Video.
It’s back! Yippee!!!
While searching for an alternate site, I ran across the video below. Here is another LINK to it:
When planting your garden some of you may find that you have a problem with what is known as cutworms. These little critters will attack your new plants either at ground level or just below, chewing their way through the delicate stems and killing your new plants. Here’s how to stop them:
Cut newspaper, foil, or thin cardboard into two inch wide strips and wrap it around the stalk of your new plants so that about 1/2 inch shows above ground and the remainder is below ground almost to the new roots. I recommend the newspaper as it is easy to handle and is biodegradable. Cutworms can’t munch through it and your plants are safe.
To avoid weeding incessantly (something I detest doing) use newspaper again. Wet it well and lay it down in the walkway between your rows. Cover it with about 2 inches of soil. Not only will it prevent a large number of weeds from sprouting, it will also help to retain moisture in the soil from rain or watering. newspaper will also allow water to pass through to the soil underneath and prevent moisture loss in dry spells.
To help repell garden pests that nibble away on the plants, use a mild solution of soapy water that you have crushed a couple of cloves of garlic into and let stand for a few days. The stronger the garlic smell to the water…the better pest control. It won’t cure everything but will go a long way in avoiding pesticides.
If you are a rose lover like I am, planting garlic or onions, or even some of the stronger scented chives around the base of your roses will help keep aphids and white flies from eating them up. Forking onion skins and banana peels into the soil around the roots will supply your roses with the potassium they love without using chemicals.
Garden slugs are a big problem here where I live. If you have this slimy thing showing up on your plants you can get rid of them easily. Place a container about 2 inches tall in your rows and bury them so that only about 1/2 inch shows above ground. In your newly created “well”, put sugar water. The slugs love it and will crawl right in and drown! An added benefit is that hummingbirds love the sugar water and will show up too!
Before using any pesticides, always try a solution of warm mild, soapy water and spray on your plants. Many times its all you need to run them off.
In an out of court settlement finalized on March 19, 2008, Percy Schmeiser has settled his lawsuit with Monsanto. Monsanto has agreed to pay all the clean-up costs of the Roundup Ready canola that contaminated Schmeiser’s fields. Also part of the agreement was that there was no gag-order on the settlement and that Monsanto could be sued again if further contamination occurred. Schmeiser believes this precedent setting agreement ensures that farmers will be entitled to reimbursement when their fields become contaminated with unwanted Roundup Ready canola or any other unwanted GMO plants. (PercySchmeiser.com)
I watch the skies daily for chemtrails. On May 14, 15, 17 and 20th, the skies here in Central Minnesota were a patchwork of crosshatched grids……white trails that after a time took on the appearance af a feathery tic tac toe board. I’m not supposed to be able to figure out that nature could not produce these patterns even once, much less repeatedly. Within hours of their appearance, the afternoon sunny sky looked overcast.
On May 15th, the chemtrails were running north to south, but the natural clouds were moving west to east. The contrast was especially notable as the chemtrails were long streaks that were just beginning to fan out and the natural cloud formations were those that looked like white fluffy cotton balls.
Although we are told repeatedly that the chemtrails are really just “contrails or vapor trails” from jets overhead common sense tells us this can’t be true. First……why would a jet criss cross the skies in such a manner, and second, why would these jets be emitting up to four streams of what looks like white exhaust? Why after they appear do birds fall out of the sky dead? Why do fish in our lakes and rivers suddenly start washing ashore, dead?
I know that chemtrails have been cited all over the world. When I see them here in what is the finest farmland in the world, I am more than concerned. Minnesota is farm country. We grow everything. Wheat, corn, soy, sugar beets among many other crops. We are one of the leading dairy producers and produce a fair amount of beef and pork. Those turkeys we all love to eat at Thanksgiving most times will come from one of the many farms here in this state. Knowing that we are being fogged with chemtrails in a state that is a tremendous supplier of food for our consumption frightens me.
Because I am aware that the coming food shortage is one that has been carefully created, I am in the process of storing as much dried food and supplies as possible. This effort includes growing my own garden again this year. To protect it from as much contamination as possible from whatever is in the chemtrails that floats down to the earth, I keep a watchful eye out for the grids, or for wispy trails running at odds with natural weather patterns. When these appear, I cover my garden with thin sheets of plastic. First I wet it down just enough to keep the moisture level up as the plastic will create a greehouse affect. Using the thinnest sheets of plastic possible allows the sun to still penetrate, and the condensation that occurs from moistening the ground and plants before hand, keeps the plants in fine shape.
This may sound like a lot of work, but once you have done it, it becomes a simple and quick task to reapply the plastic. Besides, it may well protect your produce and your soil from contamination.
Nothing is fool proof. And it may well be in the end that nothing will protect us or our food from whatever toxic cocktails they are spraying us with, but this is the only thing I have been able to come up with in an effort to reduce the amount of toxins being dumped into our atmosphere that could end up in the produce from my garden and yours.
As noted above, I am in Central Minnesota. The days I noted the chemtrails I also noted that the farmers were active in their fields, turning the soil over and readying them for planting. Early crops of hay and wheat are already in and visibly growing. I just ordered a new digital camera and will be photographing the progress of crops in this area, and the chemtrails when they appear.
If anyone out there has any other suggestions or ideas on how to protect our gardens and animals from these toxic sprays, I would sure like to hear them.
This Sunday, May 18, Marti Oakley will be on the Mark Dankof’s America radio show hosted by the Republic Broadcasting Network. She will be on the air sometime between 7:00 AM and 9:00 AM Central Time.
The call-in number is 800-313-9443.
Be sure to catch what is bound to be an exciting show. Marti, publisher of the Proud Political Junkie’s Gazette, and my partner in a book-writing venture that is sure to blow the lid off corporate America and companies like Monsanto, will do what she does best; give an honest and no-holds-barred piece of her mind regarding the shadow government running our country, and what is in store for We the People in the months to come.
Call in with your questions and comments!
Here is more information about the show:
MARK DANKOF’S AMERICA Host(s):Mark Dankof Call In Number: 800-313-9443 Show Time: Sundays, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
The show will consist of news analysis of critical domestic and international developments, seen through the lenses of Mr. Dankof’s Old Right, Paleo-conservative, anti-New World Order worldview. Guests will be drawn from political, media, and literary circles both in the United States and abroad, who contribute to the show’s themes and edify the listening audience. The listener call-in format employed in the previous Mark Dankof’s America stint on the Republic Broadcasting Network will be retained again.
Compost is one of nature’s best mulches and soil amendments, and you can use it instead of commercial fertilizers. Best of all, compost is cheap. You can make it without spending a cent. Using compost improves soil structure, texture, and aeration and increases the soil’s water-holding capacity. Compost loosens clay soils and helps sandy soils retain water. Adding compost improves soil fertility and stimulates healthy root development in plants. The organic matter provided in compost provides food for microorganisms, which keeps the soil in a healthy, balanced condition. Nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus will be produced naturally by the feeding of microorganisms, so few if any soil amendments will need to be added. (LINK)
I know nobody likes to think of ever being in this situation, but for most people, it’s entirely possible with the economy being what it is. This is not the be-all, end-all to street or urban survival, but more like a crash course.
I was homeless myself for almost a year, and it was hard, but I managed. I missed a lot of things from my previous life like TV, phones, running water, and flushable toilets, but when put in their proper perspective, I realized they were all very inconsequential to my needs for shelter, security, and the all-consuming desire to eat.
Being homeless in a large city, is like living in an urban jungle full of predators (people). You practically need eyes in the back of your head to get by. You’ll develop a sixth sense for danger after awhile, or you’ll become a victim of a random, or not so random act of violence. Read more…