Thank You RT ! Bastard Big Pharma Gettin Our Kids at School

Russia Today may be the only television network that allows honest Americans a voice. This story is critically important. Big pharma has colluded with our educational system to locate innocent victims for their toxic products. This is what happens when you have a for-profit entity posing as a legitimate government. The population becomes targets for the profiteers. See: Our Government is Just Another Corporation

Will the public ever wake up and realize they are being used to generate profit for big corporations and that their so-called ‘government’ was not established to protect them from this attack? This is why NONE of the so-called government ‘agencies’ are adequately fulfilling this role!

http://anticorruptionsociety.com/

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Hungry students watch as Utah school confiscates lunches, throws them away

There is no such thing as a free lunch, especially at Uintah Elementary, where administrators confiscated lunches from students and threw them in the trash.

The Salt Lake City school realized that the parents of many students had not paid the balances on their lunch accounts, and a child nutrition manager from the school district was sent to intervene earlier this week.

Because the children don’t go to the computer to pay for their meals until after they are already served, many received lunches despite their outstanding balances. Administrators then felt they had no choice but to seize the lunches from students who had not paid. Health rules forbid officials from reusing food that has already been served, so the lunch trays were simply thrown away.

Hungry students did receive a piece of fruit and milk so that they didn’t starve, according to MY FOX NY.

“She took my lunch away and said, ‘Go get a milk,’” said 11-year-old Sophia Isom in a statement to NBC News. ”I came back and asked, ‘What’s going on?’ Then she handed me an orange. She said, ‘You don’t have any money in your account so you can’t get lunch.’”

When parents found out, they were furious.

“It was pretty traumatic and humiliating,” said Erica Lukes, Isom’s mother, in a statement.

After the outcry, officials quickly admitted that they had taken the wrong course of action.

“We again apologize and commit to working with parents in rectifying this situation and to ensuring students are never treated in this manner again,” said the school district in a statement.

Uintah Elementary did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/30/hungry-students-watch-as-utah-school-confiscates-lunches-throws-them-away/#ixzz2rx5WGIed

WiFi banned from pre-school childcare facilities in a bold move by French government

(NaturalNews) The French National Assembly has adopted a bill to limit exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) generated by wireless technologies – cell phones, tablets, Wi-Fi etc. This bill will mean the following:

• A ban on Wi-Fi in all childcare facilities for children under the age of 3.
• Cell phone manufacturers will have to recommend the use of hand-free kits.
• A ban on all advertising targeting children under 14.

Children’s exposure a cause for concern

Children’s EMF exposures are a particular cause for concern. Studies show that children’s brains can absorb up to three times as much radiation compared to adults.

A recent International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) report suggested that EMF exposures can be more devastating in children because their:

• Brain tissue is more conductive.
• Skull is thinner.
• Smaller brains and softer brain tissue allows radiation to penetrate more effectively.
• Potentially longer period of exposure due to use beginning at an earlier age.

This new French bill seems to have taken these concerns into account.

Principal sources of exposure to EMFs

EMFS are widespread in our daily environment. Anything electrical creates an electromagnetic field. According to the French national Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Safety (ANSES):

• The biggest source of EMF exposure by far are cell phones.
• Cell towers exposures are developing very rapidly with the deployment of 4G, but average exposure is well below that of phones.
• Electrical power lines, transformers and railway lines are also sources of EMFs.
•Wireless devices in our personal environment expose us to radiofrequency EMFs: computers and tablets, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and electronic chips, as well as fluorescent lights, microwave ovens, induction hotplates and washing machines.

French National Agency calls to limit EMF exposures

ANSES now urges “limiting exposure of the population”, particularly to cell phones. It also encourages the use of an earpiece.

ANSES already rang the alarm bell in October 2013. After evaluating more than 300 international studies, the agency published a report highlighting the biological effects of EMFs on humans and animals concerning sleep, male fertility and cognitive performance.

A spokesperson for ANSES stated that “the massive development of technologies relying on radiofrequencies, leading to intensive exposure of the population, specifically more sensitive persons, which cannot be avoided”. They went on to say that the deployment of 4G “will be accompanied by increased exposure of the public”.

Lower exposure limits adopted in Europe

French exposure limits are based on a 2002 decree. They are set at 61 volts per meter (V/m) for 3G and 4G, the same as in the USA. The Council of Europe recommends an exposure limit of 0.6 V/m, some 100 times lower.

Switzerland and Liechtenstein and eight Member States of the European Union (Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovenia) have adopted more restrictive limits than those of France.

Progress for electrosensitives

In Europe there is a growing recognition of the plight of persons suffering ill health from exposure to electromagnetic fields, a condition known as electrical hypersensitivity or electrical sensitivity. This new bill requires that the French government provides Parliament with a report detailing “the opportunity to create areas of limited electromagnetic radiation, notably in the urban environment”. It also requires that the conditions of electrosensitives by taken into account in the workplace.

Though this bill has to be adopted by the French Senate for it to made into law, clearly this bill reflects the buildup of public opinion in France and other European countries that EMF exposures are dangerous and the public needs protecting. How long before US public opinion is successful in introducing similar protective legislation?

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Bhutan To Be First Country to Go 100% Organic

If there was ever a nation that could see the purpose behind organic, sustainable farming, it would be a nation that is composed mostly of farmers. Such a place does exist, and it soon may be the first nation to go 100% organic, paving the way for others to do the same on a global scale. The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is known for a high level of citizen happiness, but it is doing something even more noteworthy in the near future. With Prime Minister Jigmi Thinley making a major announcement regarding the organic farming project at the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development which took place last month, the move has made national headlines. It’s called the National Organic Policy, and it is fueled by the simple concept that working ‘in harmony with nature’ will yield the most powerful results — all without sacrificing human health or the environment.

What this comes down to is no GMO, no pesticides, no herbicides, no fluoride-based spray products, no Monsanto intrusion at all, and a whole lot of high quality food available for the 700,000 citizens of Bhutan. Food that, at one time, was simply called ‘food’. In the statement to other policy makers, Prime Minister Jigmi Thinley explained the move:

“By working in harmony with nature, they can help sustain the flow of nature’s bounties.”

Bhutan’s land currently supplys most corn, rice, fruits, and some vegetables, and it is perfectly positioned to begin developing 100% organic farming. In addition to containing a population that is mostly farmers, it also has extremely rich lands that are truly beyond what many consider organic.
Some lands in Bhutan have not even been touched with harsh chemicals of any kind, and traditional techniques are utilized to produce high yields without Monsanto dipping into the pockets of family farmers. This is in sharp contrast to India’s farming community, which has been shafted by Monsanto and subsequently nicknamed the ‘suicide belt‘ due to the rampant suicides that can be blamed in part by Monsanto-induced financial ruin.
Australian adviser to Bhutan, Andre Leu, explains:

“I don’t think it’s going to be that difficult given that the majority of the agricultural land is already organic by default.”

The shift is certainly inspiring, but it also reminds us about the true lunacy of designating foods as ‘organic’ and ‘traditional’ in modern society. These Bhutan farmers are not growing magic beans or enchanted corn, they are growing real food. Actual food as it was grown for thousands of years. It’s only now, with the advent of ways in which we can toxify our crops, do we value organic as if it were some privilege or act of class. When it comes down to it, we just want real food.

– See more at: http://beyondblindfold.com/bhutan-to-be-first-country-to-go-100-organic.html#sthash.l8a8HL97.dpuf

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