Food Wars

Real Self Reliance: A Model for Profitable Micro-Farming (On Just 1.5 Acres)

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
By Paul Martin

Adam Taggart April 2nd, 2014 SHTFPlan.com As we awaken to the realities in store for us in a future defined by declining net energy, concerns about food security, adequate nutrition, community resilience, and reliable income commonly arise. Small-scale farming usually quickly surfaces as a pursuit that could help address all of these. Yet most... »

Fukushima: Radioactive Seafood in Canadian Grocery Stores

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Brandon Baker Global Research April 02, 2014 Radioactive seafood isn’t foreign to Canadian grocery stores, but we have no research and development professionals to thank for that information—just a 10th grader from Alberta. Bronwyn Delacruz of Grande Prairie Composite High School in Alberta made her discovery with the help of a $600 Geiger... »

They Will Control Us – Venezuela Shows Us How

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
By Paul Martin

by John Little OmegaShock.com April 2, 2014 When I start the process of preparing to write, I always start with the Drudge Report. I don’t often see something to write about, but Drudge does offer a view of what is going on in the mainstream. (What I talk about on OmegaShock.com is decidedly NOT... »

Radio: “Surprisingly, high concentrations [of Fukushima cesium] found in Vancouver area” since ocean currents slow down — Levels are increasing — “Might be hotspots where radiation concentrates” — “Chances are high for marine life to absorb it… concern about mussels… clams, oysters” (AUDIO)

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com April 1st, 2014 RED 93.1FM (Vancouver, BC), “The Filipino Edition”, Mar. 30, 2014: At 4:15 in Joseph Lopez, reporter: In the Vancouver area, as of June last year there are increasing levels of cesium-134, the same isotope released from Fukushima. Irene Querubin, host: I hope we’re not slowly dying by that.... »

The US-EU Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA). Devastating Social and Environmental Consequences

Friday, March 28, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Colin Todhunter Global Research March 28, 2014 The Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA) between the US and EU aims to ‘protect’ investment and remove ‘unnecessary regulatory barriers’. Corporate interests are driving the agenda, the public have been sidelined and unaccountable, pro-free-trade bureaucrats are facilitating the strategy (1). There is growing concern that the... »

The Start Of Food Shortages: Wheat Prices Soar Due to Ukraine Instability

Friday, March 28, 2014
By Paul Martin

Liz Bennett Undergroundmedic.com Mar 28, 2014 The instability in Ukraine, and the annexation of Crimea has started to show up in the price of basic commodities such as wheat. Although the economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the USA and Europe were aimed at bringing Putin to heel, politicians have shown a flagrant disregard... »

School Science Project Reveals High Levels Of Fukushima Nuclear Radiation in Grocery Store Seafood

Thursday, March 27, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder TheTruthWins.com March 27th, 2014 A Canadian high school student named Bronwyn Delacruz never imagined that her school science project would make headlines all over the world. But that is precisely what has happened. Using a $600 Geiger counter purchased by her father, Delacruz measured seafood bought at local grocery stores for... »

We’re At The End Of The Road! – Food Shortages, War, Debt And Revolution – Fabian4Liberty

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Susan Duclos BeforeItsNews.com Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Providing the percentages and facts to back up his assertions, Fabian4Liberty explains how we are almost at the end of the road and as the very end nears, the America “company” is facing bankruptcy and the increase of debt is simply to keep the “ponzi scheme”... »

Another round of food stamp cuts in states

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
By Paul Martin

Jake Grovum USAToday.com March 26, 2014 A fresh round of food stamp cuts at the state level are underway, on top of federal food stamp reductions that hit millions of Americans twice since November. In some states, policymakers have imposed additional cuts that jeopardize benefits for hundreds of thousands. The impact of the reductions... »

US Farmers Face Planting Issues as Cold, Drought Linger

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Kristen Rodman AccuWeather.com March 26, 2014 Despite the official start of spring, lingering effects of the winter season will cause planting delays this year. While the South will be right on schedule weather-wise for prime planting with looming frost concerns, delays will become more and more likely with every mile heading north. Frozen... »