Walmart sells nearly everything GMO and processed, manufactured by corporate America

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Coincidence? I think not. Of the five US states that closed Walmart stores for six months (with just a few hours notice to employees), four of them happen to be “hostile” states where the military will begin casual undercover drills called Jade Helm-15 in July. Will the military need mass supplies for this endeavor and an “outlet” in which to store them, or will something BIG take place that requires FEMA to act like they’re helping by setting up emergency supply centers at Walmart? Does Walmart support this (fake) war on terror, where the police state America takes shape for the big economic collapse?

Nobody knows the answer to that one, and you certainly won’t find out by calling the Walmart CEOs or the White House. Still, the intelligent observer who reads alternative (real) news can add two plus two, and whenever the US government, or police or FBI practice…

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California is badly effected by the lack of water supply – but are you aware of it?

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According to Natural News, California farmers are making more money selling water than planting their fields in some cases. The rice industry in the Sacramento Valley has really been struggling with this year’s drought. Some farmers are choosing not to plant this year and are cashing in on their water rights instead. This controversial move on the part of the farmers is not a cut and “dry” deal. “In the long term, if we don’t make it available we’re afraid they’ll just take it,” said Charlie Mathews, a fourth-generation rice farmer with senior rights to Yuba River water.

Matthews and other local farmers “have agreed to sell 20 percent of their allotment to Los Angeles’s Metropolitan Water District as it desperately searches to add to its dwindling supply,” reported CBS San Francisco.

This kind of arrangement is gaining in popularity especially as water prices continue to climb, making…

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