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    Daily Digest 11/25 — Illegal Marijuana Grows Harming the Environment; Animal Prion Disease Rampant in Western U.S. and Canada

    by Jeanne

    Thursday, November 25, 2021, 6:26 PM

Energy

The politics of carbon taxes versus clean energy subsidies

Economists on both the left and the right tend to favor carbon taxes as the most efficient way of addressing global warming. Instead, politicians often implement something less effective: clean energy subsidies.

Saudis attempted to block UAE-Israel-Jordan deal on energy, water

Riyadh said to have proposed its own deal, which would exclude Jewish state, after being left out of largest-ever Jerusalem-Amman deal brokered by Abu Dhabi.

Environment

The serious impacts illegal marijuana grows have on our environment

Illegal marijuana grows continue to increase in incidence rates. Growers are targeting protected lands for a variety of reasons and it’s having a very real impact on the health of national forests.

Canada’s environment watchdog blasts government for going from ‘failure to failure’

Canada is ‘the worst performer of all G7 Nations’ in the fight against climate change, says commissioner report, which deals a serious blow to Liberals’ environmental credentials.

Health

Schools Cancel Classes to Give Teachers and Students Mental-Health Days

School districts nationwide are canceling classes for what they are calling mental-health days, saying students and staff need the breaks to handle the pressure of returning to school during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Health Officials Suggest Precautions After Chronic Wasting Disease Discovered in Idaho Deer

Chronic Wasting Disease has been found in free-ranging and captive deer, moose, and elk populations in approximately half of all U.S. states, including Montana, Wyoming, and Utah, as well as four Canadian provinces.

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  • Thu, Nov 25, 2021 - 11:05pm

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    Arthur Robey

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    Leaving Seattle.

    Two of my favourite children chatting about the issues that loom large in their lives. They need to be taken by the hand and have it explained to them that it is OK to be a Saxon.





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  • Fri, Nov 26, 2021 - 2:32am

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    davefairtex

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    rittenhouse video evidence presentation

    Thought this was an interesting 15 minute presentation of the Rittenhouse video evidence from a number of different camera angles.   Looks like a pretty scary event.

    My summary: after Rittenhouse shot the crazy-acting, seemingly suicidal mental patient who just refused to leave him alone (after the mental patient previously asked other armed members of the crowd to "just shoot me, nigga"), a bunch of people really all went after him.  And things just went downhill from there.

    Worth the time if you had any interest in reviewing the evidence.

    https://rumble.com/vlownq-kyle-rittenhouse-murder-or-self-defense.html

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  • Fri, Nov 26, 2021 - 5:30am

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    Blood red peony

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    Chronic wasting disease in deer

    Chronic Wasting Disease has been found in free-ranging and captive deer, moose, and elk populations in approximately half of all U.S. states, including Montana, Wyoming, and Utah, as well as four Canadian provinces.

    So, what would you do if you were WEF and wanted to stop people eating meat and switch to cricket burgers?

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  • Fri, Nov 26, 2021 - 5:03pm

    Hohhot

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    CWD can be transmitted easily to domestic stock

    Thanks Blood Red Peony for the CWD shout out. Thought the same thing about knocking out meat supply.

    Rense.com has been following this angle for a while. Go to the site and click on the biologists screaming about it.

    The prion infected animal doesn't initially show signs of disease so hunters may not know of infection. Field dressing can cause exposure. Processors are also susceptible. There are cases of hunters developing the prion illnesses months/years later from eating the meat. Urine from the animals contaminates food/water for other animals.  Carcasses infect scavengers so it's full-on extinction potential.

    https://rense.com/general52/CWDspreadinmanyways.htm

    An epidemic of chronic wasting disease, also called mad deer and mad elk disease, is currently spreading through the United States. Since 2003, the disease has jumped from the epicenter in Colorado to New Mexico, Utah, Wisconsin, and in 2005 it had reached New York State. Every year eleven million hunters try to kill deer and elk and many of them eat venison.

    (11) In 2002, a number of reports of young hunters dying of brain wasting disease surfaced in the scientific literature, although the CDC said the deaths of the hunters was not conclusively linked to eating contaminated venison.

    https://rense.com/general66/amdm.htm

    So much for worshipping Gaia and the beauty of wildlife...guess in order to rid yourself of the virus (man) you gotta take a few hits.

     

     

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