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  • Latest UN report on Venezuela is not remotely honest (Part 2) October 18, 2020
    On September 15, UN investigators ( the so called “Mission”) published a 411 page report  about the human rights situation in Venezuela.[1]  Part 1 of my analysis of the report focused on its gross dishonesty about opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez. The Mission reviewed his career since 2000 but never mentioned his proud participation in coup […]
    Joe Emersberger
  • Most Germans Want US Military to Leave the Country October 15, 2020
    Unlike their elected riulers, most Germans don’t want to be part of the nuclear ‘theater’ Trump, once again doing the right thing for the wrong reasons, wants to pull US troops out of Germany because Germany doesn’t spend enough on “defence”. The German population tend to like it but don’t like his reasons. And, as […]
    Gerry Mohan
  • Difference, Free Speech and Universal Values October 12, 2020
    The proposed hate crime clauses of the Scottish Crime Bill are being redrawn because of claims they will criminalize ‘legitimate acts of expression’. Climbdown on the Scottish Hate Crime Bill: a small setback for those who believe that attacking freedom of speech is the way to deal with prejudice and hatred of minorities. Without free […]
    Gerry Mohan
  • Memories of Voter Suppression October 12, 2020
    Back in July 1962, when, according to Donald Trump, America was “great,” I was in the Deep South, working to register Black voters.  It was a near-hopeless project, given the mass disenfranchisement of the region’s Black population that was enforced by Southern law and an occasional dose of white terrorism. It all started in the […]
    Lawrence Wittner
  • This Tyrant Feeds Peacocks October 10, 2020
    India is burning. In the months from March to May the news and social media were flooded with heart rending stories and images of the trauma of out-of state workers who lost their livelihood overnight when the coronavirus lock down was imposed without adequate notice. With all modes of transportation brought to a halt they […]
    Radha Surya

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RSS Organic Consumers Association News Headlines

  • The Pandemic Has Given Organics a Big Boost—but Most Profits Aren’t Flowing To Small Producers
    When COVID-19 forced communications consultant Kyle Freund and his wife to work from home this spring, the Madison, Wisconsin couple and their 5-year-old daughter began seeking out organic produce from small local farms. They stopped patronizing large supermarkets, shopped only at the co-op, and subscribed to a community supported agriculture (CSA) program through a nearby […]
    Gosia Wozniacka
  • Why We Are Researching the Origins of SARS-CoV-2, Biosafety Labs and GOF Research
    In July 2020, U.S. Right to Know began submitting public records requests in pursuit of data from public institutions in an effort to discover what is known about the origins of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease Covid-19. Since the start of the outbreak in Wuhan, SARS-CoV-2 has killed over a million people, […]
    Sainath Suryanarayanan
  • Weaponizing Viruses and Bacteria: Stop the Madness
    In the midst of an unprecedented global disaster and government failure to solve the COVID-19 crisis, it’s time for global civil society to take matters into our own hands.We have a plan—and we need your help.
    Ronnie Cummins
  • COVID-19 Was Created in the Wuhan Laboratory and Is Now in the Hands of the Chinese Military
    COVID-19, which is killing and infecting people all over the world, is not a naturally occurring virus; instead, it was created in Wuhan, in a level-4 biosafety laboratory. Not only Chinese, but also French and US scientists contributed to the production of this "chimera," an organism created in a lab.
    Bernardo Cervellera
  • Experts Weigh in on Vitamin D for COVID-19
    Aside from insulin resistance, discussed in “The Real Pandemic Is Insulin Resistance,” mounting research reveals vitamin D deficiency is one of the primary risk factors for severe COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, complications and death. Vitamin D can strengthen your immune system in a matter of a few weeks, and according to recent research, correcting vitamin D deficiency […]
    Dr. Joseph Mercola
  • ‘Happy’ Eggs from ‘Happy’ Hens? Here’s what Happy Egg Co. Really Believes
    One look at the Happy Egg Co. website, and any reasonable consumer would think, wow, this company really cares about the welfare of the hens that produce the “happy eggs” it sells to consumers.On one page, the company says:“Freedom is key to being a happy, healthy hen. So we happily uphold the Five Freedoms of […]
    Katherine Paul
  • Bayer's Monsanto Headache Persists
    The migraine that is Monsanto doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon for Bayer AG.Efforts at settling the mass of lawsuits brought in the United States by tens of thousands of people who claim Monsanto’s Roundup herbicides gave them cancer continue to inch forward, but are not addressing all outstanding cases, nor are all […]
    Carey Gillam
  • The Plastic Pandemic
    COVID-19 has hit plastic recycling, just as big oil firms are investing hundreds of billions of dollars to make new plastic. These investments massively exceed the industry’s spending to tackle plastic waste. The coronavirus pandemic has sparked a rush for plastic.
    Joe Brock
  • Intensive Farming Worldwide Threatens Paris Climate Accord, Report Says
    The spread of intensive farming is threatening to jeopardise the world’s chances of meeting the terms of the Paris agreement on the climate crisis, as the increasing use of artificial fertiliser and growing populations of livestock are raising the concentration of a key greenhouse gas to levels far beyond those seen naturally.
    Fiona Harvey
  • Essential Oils Could Help Protect Organic Fruits Crops
    While plant disease is difficult to control in organic fruits, researchers at the University of Hawaii are studying essential oils to see if they might provide a solution. Finding ways to improve feasibility and long-term profitability of organic fruit production is the basis of a nearly $2 million Initiative awarded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to […]
    Kelsey Walling
  • Bill Gates on Track To Grow His Fortune Through Foundation's Ties To Vaccine Makers
    A telling piece in The Nation this week reports some of the conflicts of interest the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation holds in the world’s quest for a COVID-19 vaccine. According to the article, the foundation’s investments in companies working to develop COVID-19 vaccines put Gates “in a position to potentially reap considerable financial gains from the […]
    Jeremy Loffredo
  • Excerpt from Book 'The Reindeer Chronicles'
    In September 2017 I was in Mexico for a four-day meeting of the Regeneration International network at the Vía Orgánica ranch, a research and training center near San Miguel de Allende linked with the Organic Consumers Association.It is a beautiful setting: We convened under high, airy tents from where we could gaze out at fields […]
    Judith D. Schwartz
  • Pentagon Used Taxpayer Money Meant for Masks and Swabs To Make Jet Engine Parts and Body Armor
    A $1 billion fund Congress gave the Pentagon in March to build up the country’s supplies of medical equipment has instead been mostly funneled to defense contractors and used to make things such as jet engine parts, body armor and dress uniforms. The change illustrates how one taxpayer-backed effort to battle the novel coronavirus, which has […]
    Aaron Gregg
  • Gain-of-Function Ghouls: SARS-CoV-2 Isn’t the Scariest Thing That Could Leak From a Lab
    Lab accidents happen.When the first Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-1) pandemic ended in 2003, lab-acquired infections continued.Immediately following the end of the 2003 pandemic of SARS-1, there were four separate outbreaks of lab-acquired infections of SARS-1 within one year at three different labs in Beijing, Singapore and Taipei. The situation was so bad that Science […]
    Alexis Baden Mayer & Ronnie Cummins
  • Farmers and Meatpackers Are Teaming Up
    For family farmers like Hans Breitenmoser, the odds of catching COVID-19 on the job are slim. Social distancing is not exactly a challenge when you’re farming more than 1,300 acres in rural Wisconsin. But Breitenmoser is one of many Wisconsin farmers who are showing solidarity with others in the food supply chain who are at the […]
    Sarah Anderson

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  • No Really, What is Anarchism? October 23, 2020
    The terms ‘anarchist’ and ‘anarchism’ are returning to the center stage of political lingo in the twenty-first century. To quote my own article on Center for a Stateless Society: President Donald Trump has repeatedly attempted to associate Black Lives Matter with anarchists and anarchism. He has tweeted such threatening posts as just the phrase “Anarchists, we see...
    Eric Fleischmann
  • Mutual Exchange Radio: Aria DiMezzo – Satanic Trans Anarchist for Sheriff October 22, 2020
    Joining us today is Aria DiMezzo. Aria is a candidate running for sheriff in Cheshire County in New Hampshire as a Republican. Even though, at first glance, it may seem odd we have a Republican candidate for sheriff on our anarchist show, you’ll soon be able to shed light unto this mystery. Aria is neither...
  • Agoric Cafe: Markets vs. Capitalism in The ABC of Communism October 20, 2020
    In episode no. 4 of Agoric Cafe, Roderick Long discusses the distinction between markets and capitalism in Bukharin and Preobrazhensky’s ABC of Communism, and in the Marxist tradition generally; or, how Marxism twists itself into a pretzel to avoid endorsing free-market anti-capitalism. Watch it here or below.
  • Per un Situazionismo Metodologico October 20, 2020
    Di Cayce Jamil. Originale pubblicato il 6 ottobre 2020 con il titolo Towards Methodological Situationism. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Gli anarchici col tempo hanno finito per assorbire alcune parti del pensiero proprio dell’economia, l’antropologia, la psicologia e la macro-sociologia, ma hanno incredibilmente trascurato la micro-sociologia. La cosa stupisce visto che al cuore dell’analisi anarchica troviamo...
    Enrico Sanna
  • Atlas Shrugged: Ayn Rand and the Cult of Productivity October 20, 2020
    Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged is a work whose reputation precedes it. Some may love and some may hate it, but most readers of this site, including ones who have not read this book, will likely have some knowledge of its major plot points and the ideological views of its author. Therefore this review...
    James C. Wilson
  • Прекратите выселение иммигрантов! October 15, 2020
    История повторяется ужасным образом. Цыганское население Европы сталкивается с ростом враждебности, дискриминации, маргинализации и бедности. Я ранее писал об этнической регистрации в Швеции, которая осуществляется шведской полицией. В последние месяцы мы, живущие в Швеции, также заметили приток бедных цыган, которые приехали сюда из Румынии, чтобы попытаться собрать деньги с помощью попрошайничества. В Румынии цыгане часто...
    David Grobgeld
  • Liberal Patriotism and the Trust Crisis That Isn’t October 15, 2020
    Pete Buttigieg is a fascinating figure. This isn’t to say that his policies or beliefs are unique, but his popularity among Democrats is something I’ve had a passive awareness of for the past year. This intrigues me, because I see very few things in Mayor Pete that make him stand out among other reformist liberals;...
  • In Memoriam: David Graeber, 1961-2020 October 14, 2020
    É convencional iniciar um artigo de obituário com um breve resumo biográfico, cá vai ele. Uma das irritações favoritas de David era referirem-se a ele como antropólogo anarquista, como tal direi que David Graeber, anarquista e antropólogo, faleceu aos 59 anos na quarta-feira 3 de Setembro em Veneza de causas ainda não conhecidas. Foi activista...
    Kevin Carson
  • A Internet nos Ofereceu Liberdade, Mas Nós Escolhemos a Regra Corporativa October 14, 2020
    Leia qualquer um dos escritos clássicos dos cypherpunks ou dos cripto-anarquistas e uma coisa é certa: a internet nos ofereceu liberdade. Embora os movimentos de código aberto e ponto a ponto (p2p) ainda estejam vivos e bem em certos cantos da Internet, a maioria de nós escolheu a regra corporativa. Embora as criptomoedas nos ofereçam...
    Logan Marie Glitterbomb