Monday, October 21, 2013

Energetic Upgrades for Selected Hue-manity Groups are in Process



Energetic Upgrades for Selected Hue-manity Groups are in Process
by √ČirePort

Energetic upgrades for selected Hue-manity groups are in process at this moment.

This is in addition to general consciousness upgrades occurring in all of Gala's inhabitants.

Fracturing and dissolution of outdated low frequency paradigms has allowed this step.

"Selected Hue-manity groups" includes many continuing to set directions from energetic levels not yet suited for Gaia whole, and primarily addresses vibrational dis-harmonies.

Interests of all Gaia inhabitants are honored at this time.

√ČirePort | October 21, 2013 at 03:38
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WASH. STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL SUES ANTI-GMO LABELING GROUP FOR LAUNDERING DONATIONS



WASH. STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL SUES ANTI-GMO LABELING GROUP FOR LAUNDERING DONATIONS
Mikael Thalen by Mikael Thalen
October 17th, 2013
Updated 10/17/2013 at 11:55 pm

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed suit against the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) Wednesday, following earlier reports that revealed the group was laundering donation money to oppose I-522, Washington’s GMO-labeling initiative.

GMA members including PepsiCo, Kraft, and Coca-Cola experienced massive public backlash for donating millions against California’s labeling proposition, the GMA created the “Defense of Brands Strategic Account” for Washington state, an avenue to funnel and conceal its members’ donations.

“Truly fair elections demand all sides follow the rules by disclosing who their donors are and how much they are spending to advocate their views,” Ferguson said in a press release. “The GMA explicitly attempted in their own words, to shield members from criticism for opposing Initiative 522.”

Unknown GMA members have so far donated a total of $7.2 million, becoming 522′s largest opposition group, surpassing Monsanto, Dow, Bayer and Dupont. Given the large donation amount, the GMA is now responsible for the largest campaign disclosure violation in Washington state history.

“$7.2 million is awful lot of money to conceal from the public where they are making a decision about an initiative. The people of the state of Washington feel strongly about disclosure through our campaigns,” Ferguson said. “That’s why we’re bringing this action, and that’s why we want to send a message of deterrence as well for future violators.”

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