Blamed for Bee Collapse, Monsanto Buys Leading Bee Research Firm

(NaturalSociety) Monsanto, the massive biotechnology company being blamed for contributing to the dwindling bee population, has bought up one of the leading bee collapse research organizations. Recently banned from Poland with one of the primary reasons being that the company‚Äôs genetically modified corn may be devastating the dying bee population, it is evident that Monsanto is […] […]

Alan Jones MUST SEE speech on Coal Seam Gas (CSG)

(AustraliaMatters) I’ve never been much of a Alan Jones fan over the years, but seeing him recently stand up against the Juliar Rothschild carbon tax rot (that will do zero for the planet considering China isn’t cutting back emissions and volcanoes still erupt) caught my ear. He’s back again–this time he’s giving me goose bumps. I’ve […] […]

Review: Just Say No 2 GMO

(AustraliaMatters) Ow come now girls, what’s wrong with two-headed fish in Queensland, or Australian’s used as GMO lab rats by the CSIRO–the same CSIRO run by a former Rothschilds bankster? Yeah sure anti-GMO protesters gathered at the steps of Parliament House recently, but what would they know. We love and trust the international GMO regulators […] […]

Australia suspends live cattle trade to Indonesia

(BBC) The Australian government has suspended the live export of cattle to 11 abattoirs in Indonesia, after a TV documentary showed brutal treatment of animals at the facilities. The footage, broadcast on ABC, showed cattle being flogged and taking minutes to die after their necks were slashed. Read more

We’ve never liked the Indonesian government. The so called Australian govermnet let them get away with slaughtering innocent East Timorese people, yet we sit back and OK an Australian girl being locked up over some grass that never killed anyone?


Chinese Government buying up our farms, says Senator Bill Heffernan

(DailyTelegraph) THE Chinese Government is buying Australian farms to directly feed its population, a senior Liberal said on the eve of a visit by a top Bejing official. The purchases were unmonitored and did not have to be approved by the Foreign Investment Review Board, Senator Bill Heffernan told Parliament. “And the distortion that has occurred in the Sydney home market because of being off the FIRB’s radar … could happen with agricultural land,” Senator Heffernan said.” Read more

This news is 12 months old, but still relevant one year on. We read elsewhere that the bought up Australian farms will only have Chinese workers on them. Christians have to hire devil worshipers for secretarial jobs etc or risk being fined, yet Australian’s can’t work on chicom farms in Australia? This needs to be challenged at the employee level. If Australian land (and water) must be given for foreign use, then only short term lease with option to cancel should Australian food hardship shortages arise.


Meat Exports – Today Tonight – March 2011

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Alert on cancer chemical found in thousands of processed foods

(MailOnline) A chemical which causes cancer has been found in a huge range of foods including bread, crisps and baby food. Scientists have identified high levels in thousands of cooked and processed products. The substance, acrylamide, has been linked to several types of cancer including bowel, bladder and kidney, and is known to cause infertility and loss of muscle control. read more


20 Signs That A Horrific Global Food Crisis Is Coming

(The Economic Collapse) In case you haven’t noticed, the world is on the verge of a horrific global food crisis.  At some point, this crisis will affect you and your family.  It may not be today, and it may not be tomorrow, but it is going to happen.  Crazy weather and horrifying natural disasters have played havoc with agricultural production in many areas of the globe over the past couple of years.  Meanwhile, the price of oil has begun to skyrocket.  The entire global economy is predicated on the ability to use massive amounts of inexpensive oil to cheaply produce food and other goods and transport them over vast distances. read more

More American paranoia? The artical gets worse the more you read. It still doesn’t hurt to buy the odd 10kg bag of rice to store away. With “container gardening” limited space to grow fruit and vegetables works for us. The problem in desperate times would be keeping those bugger thieves away.


Sticky PLU Labels on Fruit Provide Useful Health Information

plu_label_fruit.jpg(NaturalNews) Who would have imagined that those irritating little labels stuck on fruit would provide helpful information? Their purpose isn’t, of course, to help the public. Nonetheless, the codes identify whether fruit is full of pesticides and grown with petroleum-based fertilizers or organic, and even when it’s genetically modified. read more


Report Spur-throated locust sightings

locust-plague.jpg(TheLand) PASTURE and crops throughout north-west NSW face a serious threat from the biggest outbreak of the unusual Spur-throated locust in more than 40 years. Farmers have reported damage to pasture, corn, cotton, citrus, legumes, and sorghum, around Narromine, Nyngan, Bourke, Walgett, Collarenebri and Warren. NSW Primary Industries Minister, Steve Whan, said the outbreak came off the back of a wet, warm and humid season. “The much larger Spur-throated locust is a ferocious eater and can completely destroy a crop overnight,” he said. “Spur-throated locusts are mainly a tropical species of Queensland and Northern Territory and do not normally reach plague proportions in NSW.” read more

Put ya Bibles down, but be ready again to feel food price hikes hit the wallet.

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