Weird Seeds Being Planted in the Cold War Zeitgeist #NewWorldNextWeek

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Weird Seeds Being Planted in the Cold War Zeitgeist – #NewWorldNextWeek

30-07-20 08:17:00,

Welcome back to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: Boris Johnson Set to Overhaul Britain’s Treason Laws

Pompeo Lays Out New US Cold War Against China

UK ‘Russia Report’ Fear-Mongers About Meddling Yet Finds No Evidence

Story #2: Gold’s Record Price Is All About Currency Debasement

Never Before Has So Much Stimulus Been Injected In The Economy In A Single Quarter

Gold Futures Hit $2000 After US Mint Reduces Bullion Coin Supplies

Bank of England Governor Signals Central Bank Digital Currency is Coming

Story #3: Coin Shortage – COVID-19 Shutdowns Have Created Shortage of Coins

One Chick-Fil-A Franchise Is Offering Free Food For Your Coins

Seeds from China: USDA Says Don’t Plant Unsolicited Package of Seeds

Ag Warfare? People Receiving Mysterious, Unsolicited Packages Of Seeds In Mail From China

Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein: Can Prosecutors Compel Him to Talk?

‘Anti-Feminist Lawyer’ Identified As Primary Suspect In Shooting At Federal Judge Esther Salas’ Home

Alleged Salas Family Assailant Previously Worked for US/Israeli Intelligence-Linked Firm

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Seeds Of Awakening: Notes From The Edge Of The Narrative Matrix

18-04-20 08:34:00,

If we’re honest with ourselves, electoral politics has failed and we need a revolution.

If we’re really honest with ourselves, revolution will fail until propaganda is eliminated.

If we’re really really honest with ourselves, everything will fail without a mass-scale awakening.


The most revolutionary thing you can do is use your creativity to find ways of helping people see the insanity of the status quo with fresh eyes. Punching holes in the manufactured normality so that people can see beyond the bullshit they’ve all gotten used to and really grok just how ugly and disgusting things have gotten will do infinitely more damage to the empire than just listing facts and figures and talking about how things ought to be.


Heinlein said “Man is not a rational animal; he is a rationalizing animal.” This is true of media psyops; people think they hate an empire-targeted nation/person because of reasons X, Y and Z, but really it’s because the empire targeted them, and then propagandists rationalized it.

If people were really honest with themselves, they’d say “You know I think I hate that Official Bad Guy of the Day because of reasons X, Y and Z, but maybe it’s actually because he began inconveniencing the empire, and for that reason the media started telling me to hate him?” But generally they don’t, because it’s uncomfortable admitting to yourself that you have not been thinking rationally; that you have actually been rationalizing the entirely irrational behavior of a depraved empire without realizing it, just because the TV told you to.


“Who benefits from my beliefs?”

“Is anyone who could have benefitted from my beliefs responsible for putting them in my mind?”

If we want to live lucidly, we must maintain a standing examination of these two questions. They’ll turn up some very interesting and surprising answers. It will turn up answers relating to politics, imperialism and religion of course, and, unless you’ve been very lucky, it will also turn up answers relating to people in your life who put beliefs in your head in order to dominate and control you in various ways.


The problem is that people without functioning empathy centers are willing to do anything to get power and are able to use narrative manipulation to obtain it.

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WiFi vs. Seeds: American Students Conduct Experiment and Videotape It – Activist Post

22-11-19 09:17:00,

By B.N. Frank

WiFi is wireless radiation and research has already determined that exposure is biologically and environmentally harmful.

Thanks to these “Pioneers of Science” for conducting an experiment that demonstrates what doctors, environmentalists, and scientists have been warning for decades already.

Pioneers Of Science – Part 1 from Smooth Feather on Vimeo.

American Academy of Pediatrics and other health experts have warned that cell phone and WiFi radiation exposure is especially harmful to kids (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).  That’s why schools worldwide – and at least one hospital – are replacing WiFi with wired internet.

Activist Post reports regularly about biological and environmental harm caused by all sources of Electromagnetic Radiation or “Electrosmog”.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites:

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Seeds of conflict: How US companies became the enemies of traditional Indian agriculture

12-05-19 11:59:00,

India’s vast market has been lusted after by US corporations for years. Agricultural giants cultivate their own rules on this land of ancient farming traditions. However, India is a hard nut for the likes of Monsanto to crack.

Potato dispute

Most recently, snack giant PepsiCo has drawn the ire of the Indian farmers’ unions and advocacy organizations by suing a group of farmers over an alleged infringement of intellectual property rights. Nine farmers in the state of Gujarat were supposedly growing a particular variety of potatoes, for which the US-based corporation has exclusive rights.

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Although the company eventually decided to withdraw its lawsuits against the farmers following a public outcry, the incident has become just the most recent example of the Western corporations’ attempts to reign in the world’s second-biggest market in terms of the overall agriculture production levels.

PepsiCo was actually the one to allow some farmers in India’s region of Punjab to grow its “exclusive” variety of spuds in the first place. But it did so on condition of a 100 percent buyback scheme. The problems began when it discovered that some other farmers started to grow the potatoes without the corporation’s permission. The issue appears to be stemming from the fact that most seeds have been passed on in an informal way between farmers.

Attack on ‘way of life’

Some farmers believe all those rights disputes are part of the corporations’ attempts to make local producers dependent on their products. “These multinational giants always try to monopolize local markets,” Ramesh Delampady, a farmer from South India, told RT.

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He believes this is all nothing but an assault on the traditional Indian ways of farm management. “Farmers … keep the seeds with themselves in India,” he explained, adding that they constantly “try new methods, cultivation techniques in a hope to increase their profit” in a practice that makes them largely self-reliant.

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