KNOWLEDGE IS POWER — Personal Accountability At Last

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER — Personal Accountability At Last

Because knowledge is power.

And there is some information surfacing that is truly a golden key to securing not just the right to safe food, but to justice on all fronts.

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WHAT IS THIS INFORMATION AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

It is a mind-blowing revelation about our history that is both complex and unprecedentedly empowering. This discovery makes it possible to hold corporate and government officials personally accountable and liable for the harm their decisions cause. How?

It seems that the laws Monsanto and the US government are using to squelch so many good efforts are actually laws of commerce, not laws of the Constitution. This apparently all changed after the United States of America became the UNITED STATES, Incorporated. Yep. Became a corporation.

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YES!

A new project maps environmental protest across the world, powerfully visualizing a growing movement.

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Mapping the global battle to protect our planet

A new project maps environmental protest across the world, powerfully visualising a growing movement, writes Leah Temper

theguardian.com

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Last week we put out a blog on some critical information we are still unpacking that could have momentous positive consequences in our ability to enact long term solutions. Read the blog here.

If you are interested in being a part of this discussion as the information is unfolding please subscribe and join us in the ThriveTogether think tank for this important event:

Knowledge is Power

Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 12:00 Pacific Time

To participate in this event please subscribe to ThriveTogether. If you can’t make it live, the event will be archived and available to all subscribers in your Subscription Portal.

 

Toward a thriving world,

Foster, Kimberly and The THRIVE Team 

 

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