Monday, June 22, 2015

EPA considering law to permanently protect chemical companies and ignore hazards to environment and humans

Have all the government agencies put in place to protect us been completely bought? Does anyone have any ethics left, or is everything in government about the money right now. We must ask the question, have it answered, and replace the trolls that don't care about our health with real people who care about other people, their job, themselves, and their children if they have any. Ever played the game monopoly? The goal was to build so much real estate so you could charge exorbitant fees and put everyone else out of business. That's what Dow, Dupont, Syngenta, Bayer, GE, Johnson & Johnson, Hain Celestial, Cargill, Kellogg, Coke, PepsiCo and of course Monsanto want to do in the United States, so they can control all the seeds, the personal care products, the water, the vitamins and of course, not be under any rule, never having to answer to anyone about pollution, entire ecosystems, carcinogenic products, or the like.

Mega chemical companies spend about $70 million to lobby for laws that exempt them from inspections for years to come. Why do huge corporations spend millions to lobby for laws that exempt them from inspections? Because they make billions selling toxic products, that's why. The millions they GIVE to politicians and authors of legislation is just a drop in the bucket.


"Broken from the start" is how the TSCA is described. And that is how the EWG, Environmental Working Group, describes the act that does next to nothing to protect us from harm. It's one job is to stop chemicals from damaging the environment. Humans consume plants that come from toxic soil and are watered with toxic water. Companies dump their industrial waste wherever they want these days, the government is too busy staging wars and inciting mass media race hatred to do their job and stop chemicals from poisoning the landscape and the animals that "roam" on it all day every day. We need new legislatures who care to write new legislation and have an enforcement team that can't be paid off to look the other way.

Millions of dollars spent to keep you from knowing about chemicals you eat and wear

"Then again, this seems to be an accepted, but disturbing, norm: As it currently stands, the EPA has only assessed the safety of a few hundred chemicals. Plus, it's estimated that some 80,000 chemicals exist in products that consumers use on a daily basis without even being aware of. Then, we collectively scratch our heads in wonder about society's mysterious rashes, nausea and development of various ailments that can't always be explained. Surely, there's a link between those and what chemical companies know but don't tell us."  - as reported on Natural News thanks to Jennifer Lilley and Mike Adams.

Take action against the CHEMICAL NON-DISCLOSURE BILL!!!

Visit the Organic Consumers Association website here, and on the right side of the page, you'll see a squared-in area urging you to "take action." Simply enter your zip code and follow the prompts to express your dissatisfaction to Congress.


Make sure they include banning asbestos in that bill too, because that kills 10,000 people a year, and that's more than THREE TIMES the people who died on Sept. 11th, 2001. Real terrorism is poisoning the soil and the food. Wake up and smell the "toxic" coffee. Make a difference. Follow Natural News. The Natural News Tracker can help:




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