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The Death of All Things Natural and Our Descent Into Slavery
05-02-2011, 11:33 AM,
The Death of All Things Natural and Our Descent Into Slavery
We are facing a future in which we will be totally dependent on multinational corporations like Monsanto and the pharmaceutical industry, all of which have an infamous reputation, and rightly so. Not only is our freedom of choice becoming eliminated, but also our ability to be self-sufficient is becoming a thing of the past. The constant promotion of GMO over Organic is bad enough, but the news that most Herbal medicines have been banned after the new EU directive came into force is devastating for those of us with the ability to think for ourselves. Let us not forget that modern synthetic medicines have far more side effects than their natural counterparts which they are replacing.
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