Happy Monday. As Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast, it's time for a dose of the Red Pill....
Food and Big Agra: Who is really funding opposition to Prop 37, which is labeling foods that were genetically engineered? Big Agra doesn't want the public to know what they've been cooking up behind the scenes, so they donated tons of cash to make anti-Prop 37 TV ads. Some of those corporations fighting Prop 37 are... Monsanto ($4.2 million), Conagra ($1 million), Coke ($1.1 million),Pepsi ($1.7 million), Kellogg ($632K) and General Mills ($520K). When you tally it all up, that's a $26 million warchest to fight Prop 37. Oh, and supporters of Prop 37 raised a total of $2.6 million. Big Agra is spending millions of dollars to create propaganda. If you live in California, spread the word about Prop 37. (Infographic)Best of luck surviving today and Frankenstorm!
Frankenstorm: Here's 17 things you need to know about Frankenstorm. What else is the MSM not telling you about Frankenstorm? Well, Hurricane Sandy might score a direct hit on spent fuel rods at nuclear plants in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. Here's a list of nuclear plants in the path of Hurricane Sandy. (Economic Collapse Blog, George Washington's Blog, TD Waterhouse Markets)
Riots: Want to get up close and personal and experience the Greece riots? There's a constant battle for the streets of Athens as police and citizens clash in crazy confrontations that include homemade firebombs and rocks. Oh, and riots were happening on U.S soil. In San Francisco, the hipsters got a little rowdy after the hometown Giants won the World Series. Riots ensued. (YouTube, SF Weekly)
Censorship: Why is the MSM ignoring a lot of real issues? Simply put... they don't want to be imprisoned. Obama turned journalists into criminals is a great piece written by a journalist who has gotten screwed by censors on more than one occasion. (Amber Lyon)
UFOs: Did that UFO fly into a volcano? (YouTube)