Altnews editor’s comment:
So much of our new and often highly venerated new technologies in hindsight appear to impose a burden and cost on the community and on individuals that may not be justifiable or acceptable.
Now we are warned about the toxic and dangerous effects air travellers face simply by partaking in their favourite mode of travel.
Could it be that to protect our health interests, and that of our children, we may have to decide to abandon or at least severely restrict consumption of many of these modern technologies? This writer believes there is enough evidence to mount a compelling case to do just that. The future of the human race and all life on earth appears to be at serious risk.
— Barefoot Warrior, editor
Why Do Airlines Force Us To Breath Toxic Air From Jet Engines?
Posted on: Wednesday, April 4th 2018 at 8:45 am Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018
Most air travelers are oblivious to the fact that the airline industry forces them to breath in highly toxic jet engine air due to what is, from the perspective of the public health, imbecilic and ruthlessly neglectful aircraft design.
When the issue of so-called #aerotoxicity first came to my attention, I could hardly believe what I was learning: namely, that hundreds of thousands of passengers and crew each day are forced to breath in highly toxic chemicals, which the airline industry knows about but has done virtually nothing to mitigate or resolve since the inception of the practice almost six decades ago.
This, My Fellow Lab Rats … Is Connecting The Dots Of Tyranny !!! By: Roger Landry (TLB) Please let me start of by stating that none of what you are about to see is conspiracy theory, although it is termed so by those who wish you to avoid this information and thus maintain your blissful, or programmed ignorance … but nearly all of it absolutely qualifies as conspiracy! What you are about to be exposed to is in fact Conspiracy … against We The People at levels never seen in human history.
Each individual issue presented below when taken by itself has the ability to wreak havoc on this society and shake us to our very core … but when perpetrated and perpetuated simultaneously, have the ability to wreak havoc on levels magnitudes higher. This is the world we live in today.
We all wish to keep ourselves, our family and all we love and hold dear safe from outside influences that would perpetrate harm on us or them, and in doing so the first line of defense is awareness. What follows is a list of things you must consider avoiding in order to accomplish that mission even at its most basic level.
Many of you will be aware of much of what follows but the topic specific links will add to your knowledge base. What the uninitiated among you will find below ain’t pretty … but it is necessary! So let’s connect some dots …
(Natural News) “If pesticides are so dangerous, why are they allowed to be sold and used?” If you’ve ever tried to convince someone how important it is to buy organic produce, you might have heard this line. Answering honestly can get you labeled a conspiracy theorist pretty quickly, but according to one NGO, nine out of ten EU tests determining pesticide safety come from the industry itself.
That answers the question nicely, but there’s more to the story than that. The EU is known for having some of the strictest pesticide laws on the planet. In many other systems, regulators have to prove that they are harmful to get a ban or restriction; in the EU, on the other hand, the burden is on pesticide makers to prove they are safe before they can be sold.
You would think this would give Europeans an unparalleled level of protection, but the reality is far different. A report from the Pesticide Action Network has found that 90 percent of the tests for authorizing pesticides carried out by the EU have been designed by the pesticide industry or are tests that the pesticide industry advocated for – and we can all imagine why they would favor certain tests over others.
In addition, more than two thirds of these tests use methods that come from the U.S., where pesticide regulations are notoriously lax.
Who regulates EU pesticides?
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has the job of regulating pesticides in Europe. They use 12 methods for assessing pesticide risk to determine if each substance should be allowed to be used within the European Union, but 11 of these were promoted by the pesticide industry or developed by them directly. That leaves just one test that can really be trusted.
According to the Pesticide Action Network’s Hans Muilerman, this allows the dangerous effects seen in animal safety studies to essentially be “swept under the carpet.” The methods deem the tumors seen in test animals irrelevant in humans, for example, and consider pesticide residues in groundwater to be acceptable.
Muilerman said: “The methods are designed to prevent a ban of harmful pesticides and result in lowering of the protection of the public and the environment.”