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originally posted by: antoinemarionette
Boycott is highly underestimated - we could change the face of the American economy through boycott.
Boycott means people expressing their own power through their purchases. Nestle would not even exist if people would simply stop purchasing their products.
Nestle is just as bad as Monsanto in my opinion; they take GMO products made by Monsanto and distribute this in food products to the population.
Confirme d: DNA From Genetically Modified Crops Can Be Transferred Into Humans Who Eat Them
Advances in genome science over the past few years have revealed that organisms can share their genes. Prior to this, it had been thought that genes were shared only between individual members of a species through reproduction. Geneticists usually followed the inheritance of genes in what they would call a ‘vertical’ fashion, such as breeding a male and female -you follow their offspring and continue down the road from there. Today, scientists recognize that genes are shared not only among the individual members of a species, but also among members of different species.
originally posted by: ypperst
originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
I'm surprised nobody has tried to claim oxygen and charge for it. Seriously.
Lol, a danish politican just said yesterday that they should begin taxing air.
So, here we goo!
originally posted by: JimNasium
a reply to: dukeofjive696969
Does Canada add fluoride to the tap water? The US does and the Nazis before the U.S. Maybe one of the 10,000 Nazis that signed on after WWII thought it would work good here too..
Why stop at Nestle?
originally posted by: Attentionwandered
What's the easiest way to make a permanent water distilling rig with home materials? Any links? I have been looking for a good DIY project.
originally posted by: tabularosa
This strategy can go but so far, of course; and, ultimately, change must come from top down to attack the root of the problem. Unfortunately, I don't see that happening in my lifetime. But it doesn't stop me from refusing to support corporate greed whenever feasible.