With our present PM I am thinking this is not a bad idea!
A 2018 paper published in JAMA Internal Medicine by a team of French scientists reports a 25% decrease in overall cancer risk from relatively high levels of organic food consumption, compared to little or no organic food consumption, in a large, prospective, epidemiological study.
The unethical and criminal banking cartel should not have a monopoly on how we transact. It is also a security point. Without cash we do not have a backstop if digital processing fails. Imagine not being able to buy groceries or top up your tank because the system was down. No fun at all!
LD Sledge says: I cooked this recipe tonight and found my piece de resistance, my magnum opus, mon tour de force, mon chef-d’oevre. OMG it was magnificent. It is a recipe that my sister-in-law had from A friend who was raised in India and whose father was in the embassy. The friend was given this recipe by an Indian who made her promise she would never give it to but 2 people. The recipe finally Found its way To my ex sister-in-law who sent it to me who was under a no covenant not to disclose. Thank goodness. I had this for dinner back in 1964 and never forgot it. Of all the things I cook it is my masterpiece.
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In order for the government to give from one person it has to take from another who earned it. This removes incentive to work. And if you think they take from the rich who can afford it, look deeply into the wealth of those at the top of the chain in Communist states. Unless we change the moral and ethic level of ALL members of society, from bottom to top and top to bottom, we will continue to have greed, corruption, exploitation and poverty no matter what political/economic system is employed.
|An electronic petition has been organised calling for an Australian federal government inquiry into the use of psychotropic drugs and those who prescribe them in the aged care sector, mental health system, criminal justice system and disability sectors.|
With more than 37 million
prescriptions written last year for psychotropic drugs in Australia, 67
psychiatric drug warnings issued by the Australian Government including
to warn of the risk of heart problems, increased blood pressure,
agitation, suicidal ideation and death, it is long past the time there
was a comprehensive investigation into these drugs. CCHR sincerely
thanks the person who organised this petition to help prevent the harm
these drugs can cause.
TO SIGN THE PETITION:
Enter EN0964 into the “search” in the middle of the page on this link above the petitions to locate correct petition
Sign the petition and THEN tick you are not a robot on the web page:
you have signed online, an email will be sent to you and you will need
to click in the email to complete the signing. You have 8 hours to do
this or the signature is not valid. |
Please note: Sometimes it takes a short time for the web-page to come up after you click on the link. Caution: No one should stop taking any psychiatric drug without the advice and assistance of a competent medical doctor.
Popular lollies, sauces and dressings have been found to contain nanotechnology that the national food regulator has long denied is being widely used in Australia’s food supply.
For many years, Food Standards Australia and New Zealand has claimed there is “little evidence” of nanotechnology in food because no company had applied for approval. It has therefore not tested for nor regulated the use of nanoparticles.
Frustrated at the inertia, environment group Friends of the Earth commissioned tests that found potentially harmful nanoparticles of titanium dioxide and silica in 14 popular products, including Mars’ M&Ms, Woolworths white sauce and Praise salad dressing.
“FSANZ kept saying there’s no evidence of it, we’re not going to do any testing. But all 14 samples came back positive, indicating widespread use of nanoparticles in foods in Australia,” said the group’s emerging tech campaigner, Jeremy Tager.
“?Everybody would want to think food is tested and assured to be safe before it hits supermarket shelves. FSANZ is conducting a living experiment with people. It has inexcusably failed in its role as a regulator.”
Scott Morrison’s coming after anyone who dares to hold him to account.
So we’re stepping up our campaign for a Media Freedom Act – demanding new laws that will protect journalists, whistleblowers, and our right to know.
When Parliament sits in a few weeks, we want to deliver a petition Morrison can’t ignore. Will you sign on? Join the call for a Media Freedom Act now!