Episode 19 – Rabbit Hole That Is Reality
Episode 19 – Is Pet Ownership sustainable? Do you think police would infiltrate peaceful protests and turn them into riots, intentionally? Many stories reveal police are really good at being Fifth Column.
Social workers taking children from families who are overfeeding them. What are the causes?
Tunisia — the silent revolution, which the media is not talking about.
What are your rights to protest — we go find out and tell you! Get yourself educated!
We get behind and promote awareness 2 campaigns that need your action! Simple and you can do it now!
EU are getting duped into allowing GMO Fructose Corn Syrup as “healthy” and wants it in every food, like the US.
Frack-Free UK — Ministers have admitted they are looking to overhaulling trepass laws to get under your house.
Open discussion: Is Pet ownership a sustainable future?
As well as Fortean stories from across the spectrum.
and a promise of more this is Rabbit Hole That Is Reality.
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This is a revolution of democracy and a great victory for human rights — and the more we recognize that, the more Tunisia can shine as an example for the Western and the Arab world!
UK media alarmed by govt bill allowing seizure of journalists’ notes, files
Did an undercover cop help organise a major riot?
Social workers take children from families who overfeed them
Fortunately, the right to peaceful protest in the UK is expressly guaranteed under a number of different articles of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), including Article 10, the Right to Freedom of Expression, and Article 11, the Right to Peaceful Assembly.
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Sign now for a Frack-Free UK! By Greenpeace
Under current law, companies need permission from all the landowners beneath whose land they drill. But ministers have admitted that they are looking at overhauling trespass laws to make it easier for energy companies to explore for shale gas. Speak up and sign the petition to keep the UK frack free. Act now!
Fructose: The healthier choice?
Is Pet ownership a sustainable future?
Based on materials provided by University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES). Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.
K. S. Swanson, R. A. Carter, T. P. Yount, J. Aretz, P. R. Buff. Nutritional Sustainability of Pet Foods. Advances in Nutrition: An International Review Journal, 2013; 4 (2): 141 DOI: 10.3945/an.112.003335
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