Oct 17

Malawi’s albinos at risk of ‘total extinction,’ U.N. warns:

(CNN) – Malawi’s albinos are at risk of “total extinction” amid escalating attacks against them for their body parts, the United Nations warned.

Albinism is a genetic condition that leads to little or no pigment in the eyes, skin and hair. The southern African nation has about 10,000 albinos, according to the U.N.
In some African countries, albinos’ body parts are believed to bring wealth and good luck. As a result, attackers chop off their limbs and pluck out organs, and sell them to witchdoctors.
Even after albinos are killed, some attackers go a step further and steal their remains from graveyards, said Ikponwosa Ero, the United Nations’ expert on albinism.

H/t reader kevin a.

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Jul 29


Henry Kissinger Quotes On Depopulation And …


Abortion Drugs Found In Bill Gates’ Tetanus Vaccine:

Doctors in Kenya have accused UNICEF, the World Health Organization and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation of secretly trying to sterilise millions of women in Africa via a tetanus vaccine program. 

According to LifeSiteNews, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association say that doctors have uncovered evidence of a mass sterilisation program sponsored by the Kenyan government and funded by Bill Gates.

Healthimpactnews.com reports:

The Kenyan government denies there is anything wrong with the vaccine, and says it is perfectly safe. Continue reading »

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Jul 21

Jul 20, 2016


Every grand Solar Minimum there is a VEI 6 or VEI 7 eruption, when it happens again we can expect 4C drop in European temperatures. The Sahel area in Northern Africa is getting wetter and rains are beginning to abound in the once desert areas allowing for corn growing to start again.

ENSO Drop in Temps http://notrickszone.com/#sthash.VM1tO…
369 Year Temperature Reconstruction Tree Rings http://notrickszone.com/2016/07/17/ne…
1816 Year Without a Summer http://www.clim-past-discuss.net/cp-2…

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Jul 19

Europe’s Impossible Refugee Math: Brexit Was Mathematical Certainty Eventually:

In a recent GMO commentary on Immigration and Brexit, founder Jeremy Grantham laid out precise reasons why Brexit was a mathematical certainty eventually.

Curiously, Grantham thinks Brexit was a bad idea.

On the second sentence, I disagree strongly.

The following snips, including bullet points are from Grantham. Subtitles are mine, not his.

Europe’s Impossible Refugee Math Continue reading »

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Jun 09

European Parliament Rejects GMOs in Europe and Africa:

June’s European Parliament plenary saw five different votes related to GMOs. Altogether they give a good idea of the European Parliament’s very coherent opinion on GMOs, which can be summarized as being a resounding no.


Source: www.greens-efa.eu

The Authorization Process for Imports is Not Democratic

Two objections to the authorization for import of a GM carnation and a GM maize[1] were voted on Wednesday. These were the 5th and 6th objections (all initiated by the Greens/EFA) that have been submitted to the plenary since December 2015. Continue reading »

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May 12

UPS wants to be a player in drone delivery, starting in Rwanda:

United Parcel Service Inc. has for decades been the company that delivers packages to your doorstep with its signature brown trucks, but the company has quietly begun expanding into drone delivery.

The UPS Foundation announced Monday it has entered into a partnership with drone startup Zipline and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, to deliver blood for transfusions by drone throughout Rwanda. UPS offered an $800,000 grant to kick off the deliveries.

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Apr 06

Burkina Faso Association Seeks $ 83 Million from Monsanto over GMO Cotton Failure:

Burkina Faso’s cotton association is seeking 48.3 billion CFA francs ($83.91 million) in compensation from U.S. seed company Monsanto after it said genetically modified cotton led to a drop in quality, association members said on Monday.


Source: www.reuters.com

Cotton is the second-biggest source of revenue for the impoverished West African country after gold.

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Apr 06

Gates Foundation and USAID Spread GMO Industry Control over Traditional African Crops:

The African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB), in a new report published Monday titled, “For your own good!” The chicanery behind GM non-commercial ‘orphan crops’ and rice for Africa shows that the GM industry is expanding its grasp to African traditional crops such as cassava, sorghum, sweet potato, pigeon pea, cowpea, banana as well as rice under the guise of philanthropy.


The report reveals that a great deal of research and development is currently underway into the genetic modification (GM) of these crops, with most of the on-going trials being focused on drought and salt tolerance, nitrogen use efficiency, resistance to tropical pests and diseases and nutritional enhancement (biofortification). The key countries that have been targeted include, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Malawi. Continue reading »

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Mar 30

Expert Groups across Nigeria Slam Monsanto over Plans to Introduce GM Crops:

One hundred groups representing over five million Nigerians, comprising of farmers, faith-based organisations, civil society groups, students and local community groups, are vehemently opposing Monsanto’s attempts to introduce genetically modified (GM) cotton and maize into Nigeria’s food and farming systems.

Source: www.homef.org

In written objections submitted to the Nigerian biosafety regulators Monday, the groups have cited numerous serious health and environmental concerns and the failure of these crops, especially GM cotton, in Africa. Continue reading »

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Feb 27


Nestle sued for supporting child slavery in cacao harvesting operations… U.S. Supreme Court allows court case to proceed:

The nation’s highest federal court in recent days threw out a request by chocolate giant Nestle SA, the world’s largest food maker, and a pair of other companies to reject a lawsuit that seeks to hold all three companies liable for using child slaves to harvest cacao in the African nation of Ivory Coast.

In rejecting the bid, the U.S. Supreme Court let stand a December 2014 ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco that also refused to dismiss the suit against Nestle, Archer Daniels Midland Co. and Cargill Inc. that had been filed by former child slaves. Continue reading »

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Jan 06

GMOs Set to Crush Export Markets for Farmers across Ghana:

Ghanaians have been fighting attempts at the imposition of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), by the Biotech industry and The Gates Foundation [1], into their food system for the last few years, including by taking the Government to Court on the issue.[2]

Ghana farmers

Sustainable Pulse Exclusive

By Ali-Masmadi Jehu-Appiah, Chairperson, Food Sovereignty Ghana

The public GMO debate has mainly focused on health and the environment, but hardly ever on the socio-economic impacts of GMOs. The socio-economic ramifications of the imposition of GMOs alone ought to be enough to ban its use in Ghana. The creeping intrusions of GMOs into Ghana’s economy, is likely to increase poverty, rather than diminish it; by increasing the penetration of transnational corporations into Ghana’s agriculture thus decreasing profit margins for small local farmers. Ghanaian agriculture cannot afford an economy that is designed for the benefit of external interests at the expense of Ghanaians. Continue reading »

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Jan 04

Angola’s Currency Collapses To Record Low As “Hyperinflation Monster” Looms Over Africa:

Just two weeks ago we warned of the looming “hyperinflation monster” in Africa with the continent appearing to be running out of dollars as some of Africa’s largest economies, including Nigeria, Angola, Ethiopia and Mozambique, are restricting access to the greenback to protect dwindling reserves. Specifically we warned of Angola’s already-soaring inflation hampering its ability to ‘adjust’ its currency towards its black market ‘reality’. But that did not stop the central bank devaluing Kwanza by 15% over the weekend – the most since 2001 – to record lows as crude prices crush their economy and the flow of USDs.

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Nov 08


Original article in German here:

Merkel will in Afrika für Einwanderung nach Deutschland werben (Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten, Nov 8, 2015)

Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel setzt ihre Politik der offenen Arme fort: Beim Afrika-Gipfel der EU will sie mit den Staatschefs darüber sprechen, wie man „junge Afrikaner legal in Deutschland aufnehmen“ kann. Außerdem will sie den Staaten Afrikas „neue finanzielle Mittel anbieten“.

Google translation:

Merkel wants to promote in Africa for immigration to Germany (German Economic News, Nov 8, 2015):

Angela Merkel will next week formally speak at their meetings in Africa on how it will be possible to legally take young Africans in Germany. She announced on her weekly podcast. The interviewer, Carina Sprungk, a political scientist at the Free University Berlin presented the following question:

Madam Chancellor, in the next week you go to the EU-Africa Summit on migration issues in Malta. There should be talked about the problems, but also about the opportunities of migration. And it should also be clear that the countries of origin, transit and destination countries together bear responsibility for migration. What do you mean by a shared responsibility of these countries, and what specific items you’re traveling to Malta?

Merkel responded: Continue reading »

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Apr 08

 … not to mention that Roundup is turning even the best farmland into a desert within just a few years, aside from destroying your health.


Exposed: the great GM crops myth (The Independent):

“Genetic modification actually cuts the productivity of crops, an authoritative new study shows, undermining repeated claims that a switch to the controversial technology is needed to solve the growing world food crisis.

Last week the biggest study of its kind ever conducted – the International Assessment of Agricultural Science and Technology for Development – concluded that GM was not the answer to world hunger.

Professor Bob Watson, the director of the study and chief scientist at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, when asked if GM could solve world hunger, said: “The simple answer is no.”

But aside from that, what could possibly go wrong?

Monsanto: GM-Corn Harvest of 82,000 Hectares in South Africa Fails (Digital Journal)

GMOs Will Not Feed The World – EWG Report (Sustainable Pulse, April 7, 2015):

Environmental Working Group released a new analysis Tuesday debunking the myth that genetically engineered crops (often called GMOs) will be crucial to “feeding the world” as the population soars. The report takes a hard look at recent research and concludes that so far, GE crops have done nothing to improve global food security – and there’s little reason to think that they will any time soon.


Source: http://www.ewg.org/agmag/2015/03/feeding-world-without-gmos

The chief causes of global hunger today are poverty and small farmers’ lack of access to basic resources such as fertilizers and roads to market. So why do Big Ag and biotech companies keep insisting that the solution to meeting the demand for food is investment in their genetically engineered seeds? Continue reading »

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Mar 27


Protests Target Gates Foundation Secret Meeting on Africa’s Seed Systems (Sustainable Pulse, March 23, 2015):

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are sponsoring a secret meeting Monday in London to promote a recent report detailing in clear terms how to privatize the seed and agricultural markets of Africa– without African stakeholders having a seat at the table.


The meeting is being criticized for including corporations, development bodies, trade bodies and aid donors, yet excluding any African farmers or representatives of affected organizations. Today protesters on both sides of the Atlantic are picketing to protest the corporate capture of seed, and to urge the foundation to support African food sovereignty. Both in London and Seattle protesters will distribute open-pollinated seeds as a symbol of the alternative to the corporate model promoted by USAID and BMGF. Continue reading »

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Mar 12

‘Mission accomplished’ for the ‘Big 6’ pesticide and GMO corporations (BASF, Bayer, Dupont, Dow Chemical Company, Monsanto, and Syngenta).

GM Maize Transgenes Penetrate Small Farmers Seed Supplies in South Africa (Sustainable Pulse. March 11, 2015):

A first study of its kind has found that GM maize transgenes have penetrated the informal seed supplies of smallholder farmers in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. The study screened for transgenes in external fields, home gardens and local household seed holdings in a village where GM insect-resistant maize had been previously grown from 2001–2008 and also analysed the seed management practices of farmers there.


Genetically modified (GM) crops were introduced in South Africa in 1997. By 2013, South Africa had 2.3 million hectares of GM crops under cultivation, 78% of which was insect-resistant and/or herbicide-tolerant maize. Continue reading »

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Feb 26

Related info:

Bill Gates: ‘We Need A World Government’ … And A Cashless Society (Video)

US Government, Monsanto and Gates Foundation Push GMOs on Unwilling Africa (Sustainable Pulse, Feb 23, 2015):

US agencies, funders such as the Gates Foundation, and agribusiness giant Monsanto are trying to force unwilling African nations to accept expensive and insufficiently tested Genetically Modified (GM) foods and crops, according to a new report released today. [1]


“The US, the world’s top producer of GM crops, is seeking new markets for American GM crops in Africa. The US administration’s strategy consists of assisting African nations to produce biosafety laws that promote agribusiness interests instead of protecting Africans from the potential threats of GM crops,” said Haidee Swanby from the African Centre for Biosafety, which authored the report commissioned by Friends of the Earth International. Continue reading »

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Dec 22


Bill Gates’ human experimentation with GM bananas in Africa condemned by scientists (Natural News, Dec 18, 2014):

At least 124 food and outreach organizations, as well as 26 individual scientists, have signed onto a letter sent to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation protesting ongoing human trials of genetically modified (GM), beta-carotene-enriched bananas intended for Africa.

The GM bananas, which never underwent animal trials, are currently being administered to 12 students attending Iowa State University (ISU), presumably without full disclosure as to the many unknown risks involved.
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Dec 10

Don’t miss if you are afraid of Ebola and still believe what the government & the media is telling you.


How to prevent Ebola, TRUTH!
Ebola is a virus that has been around since 1976. Discover how it suddenly has become the focus of so much panic and concern in America. This video is packed with actual RESEARCH that shows the facts about this virus.

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Dec 06

U.N. peacekeeper in Liberia tests positive for Ebola (CBS News, Dec 5, 2014):

MONROVIA, Liberia — A U.N. peacekeeper who contracted Ebola in Liberia will be flown to the Netherlands for treatment, a Dutch Health Ministry spokeswoman said Friday.

The Nigerian soldier is expected to arrive in the Netherlands this weekend and will go into isolation at the University Medical Center Utrecht, according to Inge Freriksen.

This is the third infection for the mission, which comprises about 7,700 troops and police. The previous two died. Continue reading »

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Nov 04

‘Entire villages disappeared’: Ebola deaths in Sierra Leone ‘underreported’ (RT, Nov 1, 2014):

Ebola’s toll on Sierra Leone is much greater than previously thought, with entire villages killed off by the virus. This means up to 20,000 people could have succumbed to the disease by now, a senior coordinator for Doctors Without Borders (MSF) believes.

According to Rony Zachariah, coordinator of operational research for MSF, the Ebola impact on Sierra Leone is in fact “under-reported,” AFP quotes.

“The situation is catastrophic. There are several villages and communities that have been basically wiped out. In one of the villages I went to, there were 40 inhabitants and 39 died,” Zachariah told the agency. “Whole communities have disappeared but many of them are not in the statistics. The situation on the ground is actually much worse.”
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Oct 20

Liberia collapses into ‘economic hell’ as panicked population abandons farm fields and factories (Natural News, Oct 18, 2014):

Ebola is now spreading so fast in West Africa, and causing so much death so quickly, that the regional economy is on the verge of a total collapse. The Washington Post (WP) reports that Liberia, the hardest-hit Ebola country, is now teetering over a chasm of “economic hell,” as locals increasingly skip work to avoid infection. Continue reading »

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Oct 17

Obama Mobilizes National Guard, Army Reserves To Fight Ebola (ZeroHedge, Oct 16, 2014):

With numerous counties and states having declared “States of Disaster” or “States of Emergency”, the looming civil rights destruction of martial law domestically draws ever closer.

However, President Obama has decided that, by Executive order:




What is The Individual Ready Reserve?(via Wikipedia) Continue reading »

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Oct 17

Ebola In Context: Liberia Needs 80,000 Body Bags & 1 Million HazMat Suits (ZeroHedge, Oct 16, 2014):

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Oct 17

Ebola hoax: the numbers game (John Rappoport, Oct 15, 2014):

There are several ways to create and manage a fake epidemic.

For example, the agency in charge invents case numbers and death numbers—and then, after they introduce the vaccine or the drug, they change those numbers. They lower them. The cut them down. And they say, “We won. We beat the virus with the vaccine.” Continue reading »

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Oct 17

WHO Shocked At 427 Ebola-Infected Healthcare Workers As Cases Top 9000, Deaths Exceed 4500 (ZeroHedge, Oct 16, 2014):

If trained professionals (in West Africa and the US) are becoming infected by the deadly Ebola virus, what hope is there for fellow passengers in a tightly-packed metal tube? The World Health Organization expects Ebola cases to top 9000 this week and deaths to exceed 4500 as they shockingly note 427 healthcare workers are now infected. The economic impact of Ebola continues to rise as Liberia slashes its GDP estimate and East African nations discuss strategies to stop the spread from the West. In Europe, Germany is sending aid, the Spanish nurse is stable but Madrid airport activated emergency measures due to a suspected Ebola passenger. US screening restrictions increase as Yale New Haven Hospital is dealing with a patient with Ebole-like symptoms. Politicians begin debating travel bans as Dallas is expected to approve a “state of disaster” today. Contained?

First the shocking news: Continue reading »

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Oct 16

Reality Check: Top Recipients of US, UK aid in sub-saharan Africa (Horn Affairs, March 24, 2011)

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Oct 15

So what we have so far …

… are totally fake news (coming from CNN, the New York Times, Vice, ABC etc.):

Ebola Hoax CONFIRMED: Full CNN video Reveals Crisis Acting + Fakery (Video)

Ebola Hoax: 100% REVEALED! CNN + NYT Caught Using CRISIS ACTORS! (MUST-SEE Video)

… and reports that confirm that people get sick from the Ebola ‘treatments’:

From Ghana: Ebola is not real and the only people who have gotten sick are those who have received treatments and injections from the Red Cross

And then there is an interesting historic connection to the 1918 flu pandemic:

Expose EbolaGate, Arrest The Perps, Stay Healthy With Vitamin C (Video)

We have at least two motives:

One is taking over sovereign nations for their natural resources using Ebola as cover:

US Troops, World Bank And IMF Set The Stage For Liberian Resource Extraction:

“… in Liberia, “there is enough energy in the ground right now to supply the needs of the U.S. for the next 100 years, and we can get to it economically.”

The other is the global depopulation agenda:

WTF! Ebola Zombies? Untested Ebola/RABIES Vaccine To Be Unleashed On The Public!? – WAKE UP! (Video)

Whatever happens don’t take any vaccine!

More on the global depopulation agenda down below.


BREAKING: Formaldeyde in Water Allegedly Causing Ebola-like Symptoms (The Liberian Observer, Aug 8, 2014):

A man in Schieffelin, a community located in Margibi County on the Robertsfield Highway, has been arrested for attempting to put formaldehyde into a well used by the community.

Reports say around 10 a.m., he approached the well with powder in a bottle. Mobbed by the community, he confessed that he had been paid to put formaldeyde into the well, and that he was not the only one. He reportedly told community dwellers, “We are many.” There are  are agents in Harbel, Dolostown, Cotton Tree and other communities around the ountry, he said.

State radio, ELBC, reports that least 10 people in the Dolostown community have died after drinking water from poisoned wells.

The man also alleged that some water companies, particularly those bagging mineral water to sell, are also involved. The poison, he said, produces Ebola-like symptoms and subsequently kills people.

The Observer had previously been informed that people dressed as nurses were going into communities with ‘Ebola Vaccines’. Once injected, it reportedly produces Ebola-like symptoms and sends victims into a coma. Shortly thereafter, victims expire. Communities are now reportedly chasing vaccine peddlers out of their communities. After 10 children reportedly died from the ‘vaccine’ in Bensonville, the peddlers were reportedly chased out of the community upon their next visit. Continue reading »

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Oct 15


The pandemic laws setting up a coup in the US.

And yes, natural cures are suppressed by the elitists.

There is not one disease that cannot be cured (or at least totally stopped from progressing any further).

More on (not just) Vitamin C:

Dr. Andrew Saul: 6 Proven Ways To Improve Your Health (Video)

Related info:

CDC Suggests ‘Hermetically Sealed Coffins’ For Ebola Victims – AKA ‘FEMA Coffins’

Oct 12, 2014 Continue reading »

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Oct 15

Ebola Fears Sends Price Volatility Surging In… Chocolate (ZeroHedge, Oct 14, 2014):

The world’s candy-makers are worried. As Politico reports, Ivory Coast, the world’s largest producer of cacao, the raw ingredient in all your favorite candy, has shut down its borders with Liberia and Guinea, putting a major crimp on the workforce needed to pick the beans that end up in chocolate bars. While Ivory Coast (which produces around a third of the world’s total cacao beans) has yet to see a single case of Ebola yet, the price of Cocoa futures has become extremely volatile in recent weeks breaking notably higher than its normal range between $2000 and $2700 pere ton. Simply put – and not wanting to spread panic and fear – Ebola is threatening much of the world’s chocolate supply.

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