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From Guns to Diplomacy: America’s Burden and Challenge

From the global stage to your grocery store, this post examines America’s militarized diplomacy, the GMO industry’s latest push, soaring food prices, transnational crime rings, and the nano-sized concerns in your COVID-19 vaccine.

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In the realm of international relations, there’s a growing call for the United States to transition from its role as a leading arms manufacturer and exporter to a more committed peacemaker and diplomat. Critics argue that America’s overmilitarized power and diplomatic malpractice have led to mass casualties and political instability in regions such as Afghanistan, Iraq, and Vietnam. The ongoing conflict in Ukraine is cited as a prime example, where the lack of diplomatic efforts has resulted in a costly stalemate and the looming threat of further escalation, including the potential use of nuclear weapons. The US government’s support for Israel in its conflict with Hamas, despite alleged violations of international law, is also under scrutiny. The article warns of the heightened risk of a global conflict due to the entangled alliances between nuclear-armed Moscow and Washington in the Middle East. The economic costs of past wars and the impact of massive military spending on America’s infrastructure and industries are also highlighted.

In the agricultural sector, the GMO industry is advocating for the deregulation of genetically modified (GM) crops created using “new genomic techniques” (NGTs) such as gene editing. This move has been met with criticism from environmental, consumer, and farming groups, as well as independent scientists. The industry’s push to allow these GM crops without safety checks or labeling has raised concerns about potential health and environmental risks. Lobby documents reveal that industry groups, including Bayer and BASF, have successfully lobbied to weaken the proposal further, allowing herbicide-tolerant (HT) crops into European fields. The introduction of HT crops has had detrimental effects on rural communities and the environment in South America, including health issues and land conflicts.

Meanwhile, food prices are soaring in grocery stores worldwide, with some world leaders attributing this to climate change. The proposed solution is Agenda 21, the United Nation’s century-long master plan for humanity and the 21st century, which is broken down into shorter 15-year plans.

On the domestic front, there have been reports of Latin American crime rings burglarizing homes across the United States, from California to Connecticut. Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard believes similar “transnational organized crime groups” from Colombia and Chile are behind a series of burglaries of luxury homes. The thieves are after everything from jewelry and expensive clothing to gaming systems and cash. Bouchard attributes the presence of these gangs to lax border protections and the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) that criminals exploit.

In the realm of health and technology, concerns are being raised about the risks and implications of graphene nanobots in COVID-19 vaccines. The need for transparency, accountability, and safeguards to protect individual rights and privacy is emphasized. The potential health risks, transmission mechanisms, and the need for further research are discussed, calling for caution, strategic measures, and accelerated development to understand and counteract graphene nanobots. The importance of independent investigations, collaboration, and stronger regulations in nanotechnology is underscored, with a focus on responsible innovation and minimizing harm.


Concerns Raised Over Alleged Dangers of Graphene Nanobots in COVID-19 Vaccines

Top Scientists prove Graphene Nanobots in COVID Vaccines are Shedding from the Vaccinated to the Unvaccinated; But there is a way to remove them

Source | Submitted by eramerine1

South American Gangs Target Mansions in Detroit Suburbs

South American Gangs Target Dozens Of Mansions In Detroit

Source | Submitted by bcoop

Latin American Crime Rings Suspected in Series of Luxury Home Burglaries

These are transnational gangs that are involved in this that come from South America looking to do burglaries and violate our communities, not just in Oakland County, but across America.

Source | Submitted by bcoop

World Leaders Blame Climate Change for Rising Food Prices, Propose Agenda 21 Solution

Food prices are skyrocketing in grocery stores around the world, and some world leaders say it’s due to climate change.

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

Bayer and BASF Lobby Pushes to Scrap Safety Rules on New GM Crops, Ignoring Health and Environmental Risks

The GMO industry wants GM herbicide-tolerant and insecticide-producing crops to be allowed into our fields and onto our plates without safety checks or labelling.

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

America's Overmilitarized Power and Diplomatic Malpractice: A Call for Change

To make America truly essential and indispensable, we must not remain the world’s leading arms maker and weapons exporter. We must instead become the world’s greatest and most committed peacemaker and diplomat.

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

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