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The Truth About Factory Farms

The mass production of America’s food comes with a hefty price. Find out the environmental, animal, and human impact of raising over 99 percent of US farm animals in factory farms in this infographic, “The Truth About Factory Farms.” Use the embed code to share it on your website or visit our infographic page for the high-res version.

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| 01 May 2017 | A fire broke out in a mountain forest near the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant on the evening of April 29, consuming an area approximately 20 hectares in size, according to prefectural authorities.

Wildfire rages in highly radioactive Fukushima mountain forest

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By now, nearly everyone knows multiple government officials in Michigan knowingly poisoned thousands of men, women, and children after the city switched its municipal water source from the Detroit water system to the Flint River. Now, however, as if poisoning residents and their children weren’t enough, the city of Flint is threatening to take people’s homes for refusing to pay for the tainted water.

Although Flint — which blew wide open a year ago — is largely out of the headlines, the crisis is still unfolding. Residents are still unable to drink the water, leaving most families to rely on bottled water for everything from brushing their teeth to cooking and bathing.

In spite of multiple officials facing criminal charges, there hasn’t been a single conviction. The only people to face any consequences thus far over the atrocity in Flint are the citizens who are forced to pay for unusable water.’

Read more: Flint Threatens To Kick 8,000 Families Out Of Their Homes If They Don’t Pay For Poison Water

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No matter whom we elect, we get the same thing:

Endless war. Terror. Gender bending. Why is this?
 
Our “leaders” are all Rothschild flunkies. The Rothschilds are cabalists (Satanists.) 
They have a monopoly over the creation of the medium of exchange, credit  & currency. They produce these coupons from nothing, something our government could do itself, interest-and-debt-free. Alas, our “money” is just chips in their digital casino. They can
void these chips any time they want. 
 

Their agenda is to protect their money monopoly by extending it into a monopoly over everything – power, knowledge, culture, religion — by reengineering humanity to serve them. This requires the breakdown of nation, race, religion (God) and family (gender).  This is why Western nations are flooded by migrants. Why Communist and LGBT values are foisted on children. Why universities have been neutered. Why corporations and banks promote migration and homosexuality.  Why the foreign policy of the West is bent on destroying any resistance (Russia, Syria, Yemen, Iran, Korea.) Society is satanically possessed. Freemasonry and organized Jewry are their instruments. Why do so few “pundits”  get this? The process of human reengineering has advanced to the point where society is an accomplice in its own destruction.

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New York photographer Terri Gold says she wants to find ‘the grace notes’ of humanity. She has vivid memories of spinning an old-fashioned globe as a child, and as an adult, she dreams of faraway places and the secrets they keep hidden.

In her ongoing photography project, ‘Still Points in a Turning World’, Gold sought to track down tribes around the globe that appear to stand still while time rushes forward.

Young Suri boys in Ethiopia bring home freshly caught fish

Young Suri boys in Ethiopia bring home freshly caught fish

The pictures have been taken over the course of a decades-long career and ripe for a discussion about the globalizing forces that threaten indigenous cultures.

‘My earliest memories are of spinning a globe. I was always drawn to the last mysterious corners of the Earth. I wanted to visit with people who have not forgotten the old ways, who feel their past in the wind,’ Gold tells DailyMail.com.

‘The names of far off lands called to me – Samarkand, Lhasa, and Timbuktu. I dreamed of traveling with a caravan across the Himalayas, of finding hidden kingdoms. As soon as I was old enough, I stepped into my dreams with three cameras around my neck and my life’s journey began…’

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‘Multiple Indiana beaches have been shut down following a spill of wastewater containing hexavalent chromium, a highly toxic chemical linked to cancer. The United States Steel company reported the leak occurred on Tuesday due to equipment failure at its Portage, Indiana, plant, a lapse that “resulted in a chemical leak into the waterway that forced the shutdown of a drinking water intake along Lake Michigan and several nearby beaches,” the Northwest Indiana Times explained.

Local outlet The Indy Channel also documented the circumstances, acknowledging the release of hexavalent chromium into the water:

The USS Midwest Plant reported that they had a spill into the Burns Waterway Tuesday afternoon. The Environmental Protection Agency says the spill contained hexavalent chromium from the US Steel facility in Portage, Indiana.’

Read more: Cancer-Causing Chemical Spill 100 Yards From Lake Michigan Closes Beaches

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There may be good reason for your curiosity if you have ever wondered about what is really going on at the southernmost continent… With so many myths and rumors flying around about the place lately, we decided to do a little research of our own into the claims… which turned into a whole lot of research… and what was going to be a 10-minute video turned into this.

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‘Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from towns in two Australian states as authorities warned Friday there could be deaths from severe flooding caused by a powerful tropical cyclone.

Category-four Cyclone Debbie hit northeastern Australia on Tuesday between Bowen and Airlie Beach in Queensland State, ripping up trees, washing boats onto land and causing widespread damage.

Debbie was downgraded to a tropical low as it tracked southeast, but continued to pack damaging gusts and dump huge amounts of rain all the way down the eastern coast to New South Wales (NSW) State, south of Queensland, and Sydney.

Lismore near the NSW coast was hard-hit, with the State Emergency Service (SES) warning of three-meter high flood levels in the town.’

Read more: Severe flooding hits Australian states amid cyclone

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  • The South Pacific’s Vanuatu has been voted one of the happiest places on Earth – and MailOnline finds out why
  • The 83-island archipelago boasts natural landmarks such as stunning blue holes and epic volcanoes
  • Vanuatu doesn’t boast mega-resorts or chains, instead it offers boutique hotels, nestling in jungles

As I stood at the edge of the Matevulu Blue Hole, it felt like I’d found a slice of paradise.

Thanks to the natural filtering effect through multiple layers of limestone, the blue hole gives off a jewel-like hue and the sight practically begs for you to dive in.

With the sun dazzling on the deep cerulean water, it was easy to see why Vanuatu has become one of the top destinations in the South Pacific.

Vanuatu is an 83-island archipelago and is one of the top holiday destinations in the South Pacific

Vanuatu is an 83-island archipelago and is one of the top holiday destinations in the South Pacific

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A secret marijuana grow house in a New York City building was discovered after the building caught fire and the stench of pot could be smelled down the street.

The Bronx building’s superintendent, 65-year-old Alberto Martinez, was arrested and charged with criminal possession of marijuana, the New York Daily News reported.

Martinez allegedly turned the basement of the building on Chatterton Avenue into a grow house.

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The United States knows that peaceful power from atomic energy is no dream of the future. ..To hasten the day when fear of the atom will begin to disappear from the minds of people, and the governments of the East and West, there are certain steps that can be taken now.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s address before the General Assembly of the United Nations on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, New York City, 1953

The island nation of Japan is ranked third in the world in terms of the number of functioning nuclear reactors on its territory.

Why would the one country to experience the destructive potential of nuclear power in wartime, the culture that gave the world ‘Godzilla,’ and has endured the meltdowns of three reactors in 2011 continue to embrace nuclear power?

As part of the Global Research News Hour’s commemoration of the sixth anniversary of the Fukushima Daichii nuclear catastrophe, we focus on the historical and political context of the disaster.

First up, we hear from Professor Peter Kuznick about the early years after the War. He explains the role of Japan in America’s postwar geostrategy, and comments on the public relations campaign that convinced the population of the Asian country to stop worrying and love nuclear power.

Later, Canadian nuclear expert Gordon Edwards returns to the program to comment on Canada’s connections with the Japanese nuclear industry and on how the Fukushima disaster should have informed Canadian nuclear policy and regulations.

Finally, we hear from celebrated Kyoto-based anti-nuclear activist Aileen Mioko Smith about the evolution of the anti-nuclear movement within Japan.

We also hear from a short video produced by Fairewinds Energy Education (fairewinds.org) outlining the fallacy of nuclear power as a strategy for fighting climate change.

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Coffin apartments in Hong Kong and one-room-families in LA

The world isn’t getting any bigger, but it’s population certainly is. And for many of its most condensed cities, its the poorest who must bear the brunt of a worsening battle for space. Pictured, clockwise from top left, a Hong Kong resident who lives in a ‘cage home’ and pays around the equivalent of $200 per month in rent for it; a woman and her son live in a 60-sq-ft ‘coffin’ apartment for around $600 per month; in South Korea, 73-year-old divorcee Kong Kyung-soon makes do with little more than six square feet in Seocho-gu, adjacent to the wealthy Gangnam suburb in Seoul; and In 2011, Tracy Burger, his wife Elizabeth and their son, were forced to move into the cramped one-room garage attached to the house of Elizabeth’s mother after losing their jobs during the 2009 financial crisis.

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‘Wild boars that took over Japanese towns vacated after the Fukushima disaster are being culled as officials attempt to re-inhabit areas affected by the nuclear fall-out. The animals moved into towns made inhospitable to humans by high levels of radiation.

“It is not really clear now which is the master of the town, people or wild boars,” Mayor of Namie Tamotsu Baba told Reuters. “If we don’t get rid of them and turn this into a human-led town, the situation will get even wilder and uninhabitable.”

The town of Namie, located 4km (2.5 miles) from the Fukushima power plant, is scheduled to see residents return at the end of March. More than half of the 21,500 former residents have decided not to return, citing concerns over radiation and the safety of ongoing operations at the nuclear plant, which is currently being decommissioned.’

Read more: Radioactive Fukushima boars culled to clear way for returning residents 

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A stunning set of photographs show the amazing sunken forest rising out of a 400-metre long crystal clear mountain lake in Kazakhstan.

Lake Kaindy, located in the Tian Shan Mountains some 130km from the city of Almaty, was created after an earthquake in 1911 that triggered a huge landslide blocked the gorge, forming a natural dam.

Eventually, rainwater filled the valley and created the lake, which has become famous for its scenic beauty and in particular the submerged forest and the imposing trunks of spruce trees that rise out of the lake water.

Above water, the sunken trees have been compared to large masts from lost ghost ships and the spears of a mysterious army hiding and waiting for the right time to emerge.

The trees can be seen growing underwater, unscathed from the huge earthquake in 1911 which created the unique lake

The trees can be seen growing underwater, unscathed from the huge earthquake in 1911 which created the unique lake

One of the trees, pictured here in the centre, can be seen rising from the base of the lake and piercing the water's surface

One of the trees, pictured here in the centre, can be seen rising from the base of the lake and piercing the water’s surface

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