It’s ironic how Americans all “went crazy” this election season, watching the campaigns, the debates, the commercials and bickering over who might best run the country. The people who buy things run the country, not Wall Street, or the global bankers, or Dick Cheney. That’s right, the people who buy things. You buy things. You support politicians, companies, countries, the rich, the poor, the “middle class”, the bailouts, the stock market crash. You support all of that. You control all of that. Don’t think so?
If half of all Americans didn’t buy gasoline for one week, you think the fiscal cliff would be the topic of conversation on every news channel? http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_was_the_last_year_that_gas_was_under_two_dollars_a_gallon
If one third of all Americans didn’t buy dairy products for one month, do you think one of the most powerful industries in the United States would be “ok” and just get some bailout money from the Feds, or do you think the Government would go into mass panic?
People have the power to cripple the corporate greed, but they just don’t believe it. Remember when gas prices dropped significantly, to under $2.00 just before Obama took office? That’s because store’s like Kmart, who were on the brink of bankruptcy, were selling off what they had on their shelves before re-stocking inventory, and the 18 wheeler trucks weren’t being ordered to deliver many goods. Drop in demand, drop in price. People have the power.
So now, have you ever had cancer? Does someone in your family have it? What does this have to do with supply and demand, and control, and your choices of purchase? Everything. Cancer is bred in food. GMO is genetically modified vegetables and produce that contains pesticide inside it, not just on the outside. If you eat GMO food regularly, you get cancer. How will you NOT buy GMO food if it’s not labeled as GMO anywhere in the USA? You gotta know the companies that make it, sponsor it, benefit from it, – yes even the ones who buy out legitimate ORGANIC AND NATURAL companies and insert their poison. Yes, you need the list.
But who has the time to make that list? Well, the Health Ranger, Mike Adams, of course. And who has the list now? You do. It’s right here: http://www.naturalnews.com/038112_Prop_37_boycott_brands.html#ixzz2DQv2anby
Natural News has the inside story:
“The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is calling on honest food advocates everywhere, not just in California, to boycott the following brands for betraying their customers by opposing GMO labeling. OCA Director Ronnie Cummins is urging the public not only to stop purchasing the following brands, but also to call their corporate hotlines and demand that they reverse their position and begin supporting GMO labeling initiatives nationwide, including upcoming GMO labeling ballot initiatives in Vermont, Washington state, Connecticut, and elsewhere.”
READ THE LABELS AND NEVER, EVER BUY:
1) Naked Juice, Tostitos Organic, Tropicana Organic. Each of these popular brands is owned by PepsiCo, which donated $2.5 million to the No on 37 campaign.
2) Boca Burger, Back to Nature. These two brands are owned by Kraft Foods, which donated $2 million to defeat Prop. 37.
3) “O” Organics. This organic brand is owned by the grocery store chain Safeway, which is a member of the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA). GMA spent $2 million to defeat GMO labeling in California.
4) Honest Tea, Odwalla. Both of these popular “natural” brands are owned by the Coca-Cola Company, which donated $1.7 million to the No on 37 campaign.
5) Muir Glen, Cascadian Farm, Larabar. All of these brands are owned by General Mills, which donated $1.2 million to defeat Prop. 37.
6) Orville Redenbacher’s Organic, Hunt’s Organic, Lightlife, Alexia. Each of these brands is owned by Con-Agra, which spent $1.2 million to defeat Prop. 37.
7) Kashi, Bear Naked, Morningstar Farms, Gardenburger. These popular “healthy” brands are all owned by Kellogg’s, which spent $791,000 to kill Prop. 37.
8) R.W. Knudsen, Santa Cruz Organic. These two brands are owned by Smucker’s, which spent $555,000 to defeat Prop. 37.
9) Ben & Jerry’s. This ice cream favorite is now owned by Unilever, which spent $467,000 to defeat Prop. 37.
10) Horizon, Silk, White Wave. These three brands can be found in health food stores all across the country, but their parent company, Dean Foods, donated $254,000 to the No on 37 campaign.
When these companies start to feel the consequences of a nationwide boycott in the form of decreased profits, it just might cause them to think twice about deliberately blocking future efforts to bring truth and honesty to food labeling.
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