Join us for an open Town Hall Debate on Geo-Engineering. Tonight at 7:00pm at Gorge-ous Coffee, 300 Gorge Rd West. “It’s time for women and men from across the south island to come together to discuss this important issue affecting our environment and our health” ~ Greg Hill, Co-Founder, We Are Change Victoria ~ See Event Details: http://wearechangevictoria.com/events/geo-engineering-town-hall/Read More
Posted On February 26, 2015By we_are_changeIn Events, Health
How safe and effective are vaccines? Join us for this open community film screening of “Shots in the Dark: Silence on Vaccine” a documentary highlighting vaccine injuries with reporting from Federal Governments, the World Health Organization, Doctors from around the world and most importantly PARENTS! Stay for the roundtable discussion after the film. Engage with members of your community and connect locally. We will be giving away prizes and sharing important perspectives. See you at Gorge-ous Coffee, 300 Gorge Rd. West, at 7:00pm on Sunday, March 1st. Event Link: http://wearechangevictoria.com/events/wacv-movie-night-shots-dark-silence-vaccine/Read More
Josh recently talked about and showed a video on our FFFA live broadcast about a recent CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) that no dinosaur media seemed interested in covering. The video comes from a group on youtube called “Suspicious Observers”, and you can find their youtube channel <here>. These good men and women put together the best open source information on the planet and tie it all together, from sun spot activity to earthquakes and magnetic field fluctuations, you can find all sorts of information here, and they produce a dailyRead More
Photo by Mike Morash Victoria, BC – There is a storm brewing with over 600 women and men from the lower island set to embark on the BC Legislature grounds to March Against Monsanto on Saturday, May 24th from 1:00pm – 5:00pm. The rally brings together individuals who are highly educated about food security, consumerism, agricultural production, permaculture, and many fields of study focused on living a healthy lifestyle. Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1442757745950588/1565040103722351/ This is the 3rd march held in Victoria, led by Laura Weileby, to raise awareness about the horrific,Read More
Solutions to complex problems can be simple says Jack Andraka. Jack Andraka is a 15-year-old Maryland high school student who has invented an inexpensive and sensitive dipstick-like sensor for the rapid and early detection of pancreatic, ovarian, and lung cancers. He recently won the Gordon E. Moore top prize at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair as well as the Google Thinking Big Award for the project, addressing a large and seemingly impossible problem and finding an elegant solution with broad impact. Jack is a member of the National JuniorRead More
Fukushima Daiichi disaster is a topic that some have attempted to downplay, yet there is more to this topic than many unaware people are conscious of. After the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant suffered critical failures on March 11th 2011, four of the plant’s six nuclear reactors were seriously damaged and the other two had barely functioning cooling processes. On September 19th 2013, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered Tokyo Electric Power Co. to dismantle all six reactors. The Japanese government officially admitted in August of 2013 that Fukushima isRead More
"Great nations are simply the operating fronts of behind-the-scenes, vastly ambitious individuals who had become so effectively powerful because of their ability to remain invisible while operating behind the national scenery."