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People Are Calling For A Total Ban On Cotton Because — You Guessed It — Racism

By Jenna Green | 18 Sep 2017

A woman in Texas berated Hobby Lobby last week for selling cotton as a decorative home accessory.

Daniell Rider posted her complaint to the craft store’s Facebook page:

There is nothing decorative about raw cotton. A commodity which was gained at the expense of African-American slaves. A little sensitivity goes a long way. Please remove this decor.

Daniell Rider, then received backlash for her sensitivity and responded to her critics:

All those who are offended by cotton being a decoration need to quit buying any product made of cotton!

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Below is my response to this race-baiter  ~Angel

The following is a short list of products that are made with cotton or cotton/synthetic fabric blends:

  • T-Shirts
  • Sweatshirts, Sweatpants, and Hoodies (I suppose one could always go with fleece)
  • Bandanas (Antifa loons are gonna have to find something else to cover their cowardly faces with)
  • Denim (I am picturing protesters wearing polyester pants LOL)
  • Corduroy
  • Terrycloth (Towels, bath robes)
  • Sheets and Pillowcases (Most use cotton or cotton blend)
  • Canvas (Some is made using *gasp* cotton, some using linen)
  • Flannel (Some flannel is made using wool or synthetic fiber but a lot is made using cotton)
  • Underwear (For those of you who like the saggy pants look this includes boxer shorts)
  • Coffee filters
  • Fishing nets
  • Books
  • Tampons and Sanitary Pads (I suppose women can start using menstrual cups)
  • Bandaids and Gauze
  • Elastic bandages
  • Disposable diapers
  • Cloth diapers
  • Socks
  • Cotton seeds are delinted by a similar process to ginning. Some linter is used to make candle wicks, string, cotton balls, cotton batting, paper, and cellulose products such as rayon, plastics, photographic film, and cellophane.
  • Cottonseed oil is used in some margarines, salad dressings, cosmetics, soap, candles, water proofing agents
  • Yarn
  • Q-tips and Cotton Balls
  • Tires (Use of cotton in tires is limited – used mostly as a processing aid now)

Did you know that cotton remained a key crop in the Southern economy after emancipation and the end of the Civil War in 1865. Across the South, sharecropping evolved, in which landless black and white farmers worked land owned by others in return for a share of the profits. Some farmers rented the land and bore the production costs themselves.

And did you know that China and India are the two biggest cotton producers in the world? Also on the list: United States, Pakistan, Turkey, Australia, and Mexico.

And did you also know that slavery – yes slavery – is alive and well in the Middle East? Are you offended by THAT?

https://www.globalslaveryindex.org/region/middle-east-north-africa/

https://www.amren.com/features/2017/02/black-slavery-middle-east/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_slave_trade

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/africa/features/storyofafrica/9chapter3.shtml

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/africa/features/storyofafrica/9chapter2.shtml

 

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Insanity | Neglect, Abuse, Murder of Children PT 3

A previous post dating back to January (pictured) shows the girl with a baby doll for what appeared to be a school assignment on parenting, with the caption: 'This thing so annoying'

A previous post dating back to January (pictured) shows the girl with a baby doll for what appeared to be a school assignment on parenting, with the caption: ‘This thing so annoying’



Schoolgirl, 16, who is accused of throwing her baby girl out of a window moments after giving birth asked for a ride and a ‘huge favor’ on Facebook just 30 minutes before paramedics arrived and found infant dead

A 16-year-old girl accused of throwing her newborn child out of the window asked for help on Facebook just before authorities arrived.
Antonia Lopez, of Omaha, Nebraska, is being charged as an adult in the death of her daughter.
Authorities believe she went into labor on Friday, gave birth in her bedroom and threw her baby girl from the second floor of her apartment building.
Lopez then told her mother what had happened, according to authorities. Lopez’s mother found the baby in the grass, called 911 and gave the newborn CPR until paramedics arrived, police said.

 


Grandmother indicted when her two-year-old grandson dies from horrific burns after ‘climbing into scalding mop water’, and then waiting six days to call 911

A Texas grandmother has been indicted for felony murder of her two-year-old grandson.
Police say she waited at the home six days before calling authorities to report her grandson had been burned by boiling water.
‘I’ve got a two-year-old who looks like he’s in shock,’ you can hear Flores say in a 911 call released by Haltom City Police on Thursday. ‘He’s having trouble breathing.’
Haltom City police officers initially apprehended Patricia Flores, 43, in April after issuing a warrant for her arrest and setting her bond at $75,000.

 
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A toddler was abused since birth, and officials ignored it, a lawsuit claims. Now she is dead.

When 2-year-old Glenara Bates died, she was 13 pounds — a weight more typical for a 3-month-old.
The day she was killed, prosecutors say her father swung her and slammed her against a door. She cried … and then silence.
The abuse Glenara faced likely wasn’t a shock to county officials in Ohio — she was briefly placed in foster care after she was born in January 2013.
Still, officials placed Glenara back in her parents’ Cincinnati home, where, court records say, she endured abuse at the hands of her parents for the rest of her short life.
A federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Glenara’s maternal grandmother, Desana Bradley, says that social services officials knew the toddler was being abused — and still left her with her parents.

 
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ANIMAL CRUELTY | Medical students in India throw dog off balcony

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Brave dog who was thrown off a balcony by two cruel medical students in a sick video prank makes a miraculous recovery and finds a happy new home

A dog thrown off a building by two Indian medical students who videod their sick prank has made a miraculous recovery and found a loving new home.

Bhadra was thought to have died in the cruel stunt in Chennai, southern India, which made headlines earlier this year after her torturers posted footage online.

But it has now emerged that the plucky animal survived – despite broken bones – and was still wagging her tail despite writhing in pain when she was found.

It took two months for her injuries to heal. But during that time she won the heart of Karthik Dhandapani, a Blue Cross animal welfare volunteer who fostered her.

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Karthik Dhandapani, Blue Cross Animal Welfare Volunteer

He loved her so much that he managed to persuade his mother – who never liked dogs – to let him adopt her and give her a ‘forever home’.
 
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Do you know what you’re really eating? PT 2

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Why the GMO ‘Labeling’ Bill That Obama Just Signed Into Law Is a Sham—and a National Embarrassment
By A Andrew Kimbrel 08/05/2016 06:13 pm ET | Updated Aug 05, 2016

It is known as the DARK Act. D-A-R-K standing for Denying Americans the Right to Know. It was signed by President Obama last Friday in the afterglow of the Democratic National Convention, without fanfare or major media coverage. The bill’s moniker is apt. With a few strokes of his pen Obama scratched out the laws of Vermont, Connecticut and Maine that required the labeling of genetically engineered (GE) foods.
He also nullified the GE seed labeling laws in Vermont and Virginia which allowed farmers to choose what seeds they wanted to buy and plant. And for good measure he preempted Alaska’s law requiring the labeling of any GE fish or fish product, a law passed to protect the state’s vital fisheries from contamination by recently approved genetically engineered salmon.
The White House justified the Dark Act’s massive onslaught on local democracy on the grounds that the bill would create national standards for labeling of GE foods. It does nothing of the sort. In fact, according to Obama’s own Food and Drug Administration (FDA), if enacted, the bill would exempt most current GMO foods from being labeled at all. The FDA further commented that it “may be difficult” for any GMO food to qualify for labeling under the bill. And even for any GE foods that might be covered, the bill allows for food to be “labeled” through a digital system of QR codes that can only be accessed if the consumer has a smart phone and reliable internet connectivity.
Obama’s action is deplorable. But how did this train wreck of a bill even reach the president’s desk in the first place? The answer is a sad commentary on the corruption seen far too often in our federal legislature. The DARK Act was not subject to any hearings. No expert testimony was taken. Rather, it was the result of backroom dealing between a few senators and industrial food and biotech companies. The DARK Act was actually defeated in March in the Senate as the food movement in America poured in millions of outraged comments to their senators.

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Do you know what you’re really eating?

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GMO Facts

What is a GMO?
A GMO, or genetically modified organism, is a plant, animal, microorganism or other organism whose genetic makeup has been modified using recombinant DNA methods (also called gene splicing), gene modification or transgenic technology. This relatively new science creates unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and viral genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods. Visit the What is GMO page for more information and a list of high-risk crops.
Are GMOs safe?
Most developed nations do not consider GMOs to be safe and have significant restrictions or outright bans on the production and sale of GMOs. The U.S. and Canadian governments, though, have approved GMOs based on studies conducted by the same corporations that created them and profit from their sale.
Are GMOs labelled?
Sixty-four countries around the world, including Australia, Japan, and all of the countries in the European Union, require genetically modified foods to be labelled. While a 2015 ABC News survey found that 93% of Americans believe genetically modified foods should be labelled, GMOs are not required to be labelled in the U.S. and Canada. In the absence of mandatory labeling, the Non-GMO Project was created to give consumers the informed choice they deserve.

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Muslims Showing Tolerance and Compassion While Tirelessly Contributing to World Peace Pt.50

FinlandIN FINLAND, parents of pre-teen white Christian girls don’t mind that their young daughters are hanging out with Muslim men who are two and three times their age

18 April 2016
Images have surfaced on the Finnish image board ylilauta of adult Muslim migrants and their preteen white girlfriends posing on Instagram and Facebook in the Finnish city of Saarijärvi. The men of Arab Muslim descent in their 20’s-40’s are seen posing with the young girls with captions such as “Beautiful” “My baby” and “I love you.” And the parents of these girls aren’t in jail?

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Muslims Showing Tolerance and Compassion While Tirelessly Contributing to World Peace Pt 48

france-no-go-zonesFrance is considering declaring Marseilles, its second largest city, a ‘NO-GO’ Zone due, primarily, to rampant Muslim violence.

1 August 2013
…At last count, there were a total of 751 Sensitive Urban Zones, a comprehensive list of which can be found on a French government website, complete with satellite maps and precise street demarcations. An estimated five million Muslims live in the ZUS — parts of France over which the French state has lost control.

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Muslims Showing Tolerance and Compassion While Tirelessly Contributing to World Peace Pt 35

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Boko Haram burns children alive in hut attack

A witness who hid in a tree told media outlets he saw the terror group Boko Haram go on a shooting and burning rampage through a village in Dalori and two nearby refugees camps that including the killing of children by fire.
Specifically, he said he heard the screams of children as they burned to death inside the huts Boko Haram members attacked in north-eastern Nigeria, the Associated Press reported.

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Obama To India: Block Production Of Low-Cost Generic Drugs . . . Or Else

JONATHAN TURLEY

President_Barack_Obama220px-Ritalin-SR-20mg-1000x1000Millions of Americans struggle on a daily basis to afford medicine in the United States which is the highest in the world. Many seek affordable drugs by driving to Canada or seeking medicine (as well as medical care) in India. Yet, one of the first things that President Obama did in the new health care law was to cave to a demand by the powerful pharmaceutical lobby to drop provisions guaranteeing cheaper medicine. The lobby then got Congress to block two measures to guarantee affordable medicine. With billions at stake, Congress and the White House again yielded to the demands of this industry, which is sapping the life savings away of millions of families. Given this history, many are concerned about a meeting planned between Obama and the Prime Minister of India. Public interest groups object that Obama is threatening retaliation against India in the hopes of blocking…

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