The Earthly Quest for Edible Foodstuffs

In part one our alien friend Spokey was left sufficiently puzzled over man’s handling of his own food sources with many toxic end results for the consumer. How can the law makers in authority who have the food safety monitoring bodies and scientists in academia working to the ends of bringing no harm to the public, end up with increasingly opposing results? The puzzlement by now had reached an exponential growth rate in poor old Spokey’s head. He examined further examples of this and found the following…

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Spokey the Alien: Is this Food?

Having thrown my hat in the ring with an article on the safety of modern medicinals, a logical consequence is to look now at the first line of well being, namely, our everyday foods. The Chinese doctor Li Kao called it the first , and that is echoed around many systems of medical philosophy. Food is, apart from it’s material side, a matter of quality energy and thus, a matter of sanctity and a human right too.

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China in Gefahr — auf Deutsch

Der Autor F. William Engdahl vermittelt in einer Gesamtschau, die hegemonialen Bestrebungen der USA vis-a-vis China.
Neben den militärischen Vorgängen und Entwicklungen im pazifischen Raum, richtet Engdahl seine Aufmerksamkeit auch auf die Gebaren der Finanzbranche,
des globalen Agrobusiness mit seinen gentechnologischen Erpressungen,und der durch die Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) unterstützten Gesundheitsinitiativen
der Pharmazeutischen Industrie, allesamt Dinge, die mit großen Risiken für die chinesische Bevölkerung einhergehen.

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Dancing On A Volcano: Health, Medical and Life Ethics

Our new health column and columnist. Beliefs are often serving up a cocktail of soft and reassuring options that furnish parts of our mental comfort zone with fluffy reassurance in a troubled and stressful world. We often tend to avoid the hothouse of volcanic eruptions whose ground breaking truth can shake up our stable mindsets, and with it, our beliefs.

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