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GMOs: A Threat to Democracy

I would like to share with you an excerpt from the preface of the book Seeds of Deception by Jeffrey Smith. In the preface, Frances Moore Lappe, shares her opinions on why genetically modified foods are a threat to democracy and could serve as a wake-up call to citizens. 332 more words

Genetically Modified

The American Dream

The book “Hungry Planet: What the World Eats” by Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluision was made so that readers could see the many different kinds of diets that people from various countries have. 541 more words

Why No One Really Wants To Do Anything About World Hunger

Every so often, I get a notion inside my head, and then I feel as if it’s my duty to inform everyone around me of that notion. 650 more words

Reflections And Wonderings


Why I Hate The World I Live In?

In my short time on this planet we call Earth. I have witness and observe many uncertain circumstances. 691 more words

#OutspokenSunday: Actions Speak Louder Than Words!!

For this week’s #OutspokenSunday post, I am again, trying something new. As mentioned before, Outspoken Sunday is all about letting things speak for themselves. No filter. 147 more words

Art & Poetry

Zlatan fights world hunger

Can you guess how many people are starving in the world today? Allow Zlatan to tell you:

Last week, the player wore tattoos of 50 starving children to raise awareness of world hunger after the 2-2 game against Caen: 54 more words

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Love Him or Hate Him, He Gets in the Headlines Either Way

Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Paris St. Germain’s Swedish striker often elicits strong emotions from fans—some love him for his explosive play, others for his quotable sound bites. On the flip side some are rubbed the wrong way by his cocky attitude both on and off the field. 486 more words