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Orangutan defends forest home from giant excavator ripping down trees

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(Natural News) As the problem of deforestation continues to spread around the globe, one brave orangutan has decided that he’s had enough. Loggers were tearing down trees left and right in the Ketapang Regency on the island of Borneo, when the orangutan began defending its home. Daring to climb across a fallen tree, the fearless […]

North Carolina Residents Want to Know if Dupont is Secretly Polluting Their Drinking Water

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Residents of Wilmington, North Carolina want to know if the water they are drinking every day could possibly kill them. Chemical conglomerate DuPont and its spinoff company Chemours’ manufacturing plants are located upstream from Wilmington – on a 2,100-acre property on the Cape Fear River in Fayeteville – where they produce GenX, a potentially cancer-causing chemical that […]

HELP NEEDED: Azure Organic Farm in Oregon about to be forcibly mass poisoned with glyphosate by the county government

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Take action: email or call Sherman County Court today and stop them from spraying our 2,000-acre Organic farm with herbicides… More details in this video and below… (Natural News) Azure Farms is a working, Certified Organic farm located in Moro, Central Oregon, in Sherman County. It has been Certified Organic for about 18 years. The farm produces almost […]

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​I know many don’t find our posts enjoyable and many consider them doom and gloom but I and my crew at Christian Patriots choose to sound the alarm on things that are happening and coming down the road because we care about humanity. Follow us at ChristianPatriots.Org and or Facebook Page.  Daniel Crane Christian Patriots

Northern Hemisphere Potentially In Great Danger As Fukushima Radiation Spikes To ‘Unimaginable’ Levels

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Radiation inside one of the damaged reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power facility has reached an “unimaginable” level according to experts. Because so much nuclear material from Fukushima escaped into the Pacific Ocean, there are many scientists that believe that it was the worst environmental disaster in human history, but most people in the general […]

Record Radiation Level Detected at Fukushima Reactor

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Radiation levels inside a damaged nuclear reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan have hit a record high since the plant suffered a triple nuclear meltdown almost six years ago. The latest readings – described by experts as “unimaginable” – now pose a serious challenge as officials prepare to dismantle the disaster-hit […]

BUMBLE BEES ARE NOW AN ENDANGERED SPECIES

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For the first time, a bumblebee species has been placed on the endangered species list by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.  The species was put on the endangered species list this past Tuesday after biologists noted a sharp decline in their population. 20 years ago , the Rusty patched bumblebee was on nearly every street […]

The Earth Is Literally Shaking

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From one end of the U.S. to the other, Winter Storm Helena has caused deadly crashes, power outages, flooding, reports of empty grocery shelves and more, and as Helena leaves damage strewn across her path, Winter Storm Ira comes up behind her to add to the misery, but it isn’t just winter storms that we […]

Cover-up Admitted: Radioactive Fish Off U.S. West Coast With “Disturbing Fingerprint of Fukushima”

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The entire Pacific Coast of the United States, Canada and Mexico has been contaminated with radioactive particles from Fukushima. And finally, it is being officially acknowledged. This is really happening… It is a stark reminder that the effects from Fukushima radiation continually spilling into the ocean have not been abated. The site continues to leak […]

On Thanksgiving-Native Americans are Being Beaten, Gassed, & Shot in North Dakota

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While most of America will spend hours with family preparing a feast of Thanksgiving, reflecting with gratitude on blessings bestowed over the years, those original to this land have a less idyllic perspective on this holiday — one steeped in the déjà vu of historical context playing out in a battle for clean water. For […]

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