Robert Kennedy Jr Connects Ibsen's An Enemy of The People to the 20th & 21st Centuries
Right Place

Children's Health Defense Presents: The Attack on Food Symposium March 4



The Attack on Food Symposium and Solutions to Fight Back

Saturday, March 4 — 9am PT | 12pm ET

Hosted by Meryl Nass, M.D. Presented by Children's Health Defense TV

"The Attack on Food Symposium + Solutions to Fight Back" that will stream LIVE this Saturday, March 4 at 12pm ET // 9am PT.

This online event will be hosted by Meryl Nass, M.D., and features a variety of experts who will discuss the emerging threats to our food, agriculture systems and our planet, while sharing the best ways we can fight back. Attendees will learn how to grow their own food, create community resources and become self-reliant.

Speakers include Joseph Mercola, D.O., James Corbett, Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., Zen Honeycutt from Moms Across America, Ronnie Cummins from Organic Consumer Association, Rep. Thomas Massie and many, many more.


Norway. Flint. E. Palestine
An Enemy of The People with foreword by Robert Kennedy, Jr.

Regarded as one of the foremost playwrights of the nineteenth century, Henrik Ibsen tells the story of the idealist Doctor Thomas Stockmann, the medical officer of a recently opened spa in a small town in southern Norway, who finds that the water is seriously contaminated. He notifies members of the community and initially receives support and thanks for the discovery. Threatened by the possible impact of such a revelation, his brother, the town mayor, conspires with local politicians and the newspaper to suppress the story and pressure Dr. Stockmann to retract his statements.



Mine can't eat just one zebra cake. It takes the whole box kind of like potato chips. .


True and very sad, Benedetta. Not just in "moderation" either. Just one Zebra Cake has almost 30 grams of sugar?! I had to put them back on the shelf last time. All the "exercise the obesity away" advice simply cannot be mixed with all this industrialized crap called "food" - extremely far from the actual foods Weston A Price/Nourishing Traditions promoted.

His books include good, germinated/fermented organic grains (lowering unhealthy phytic acid and gluten levels) and so called "deadly germ-filled" organic raw milk. The USA's (and world's) food systems for decades are more and more communistic and modernized, with disastrous consequences on our children.

And food coloring/excess sugar/corn syrup in everything back in the 2000's, right? We didn't know about organic foods very much back then, other than a tiny handful of emerging organic/natural food brands such as Stonyfield and Nature's Path. I had severe eczema/severe stomachaches and projectile vomiting/constant lethargy as a kid growing up in the early to late 2000's.


That is exactly right.
They have a taste for Zebra cakes, fizzy soda pops, donuts, and birthday cakes that is as addictive to many as nicotine and alcohol, maybe can even be compared to opioids


What was "life" like back in the 2000's and 1990's regarding so much highly processed, junky foodstuffs being fed to children, especially ASD kids? 2010's saw a rise in healthier eating, but I'm scared for the futures and health of so many ASD kids/adults and have no idea how severe their GI/food/sensory issues are.


I need to get some more chickens this year. Hens.
They love beans by the way.
I got to do something with all the mylar bags of beans and rice.

Turn those beans into eggs.

Chaffles has been a game changer around here.
I finally have bread that my family likes for sandwiches.
Maybe we can use up all the beans before they move us into the 15 minute city.


Dr. Mercola said that the seed oils full of linoleic acid has been processed back as far as the 70s to have only 1 percent. Butter, and tallow the lowest has 3 percent.

He says they can do it by using E. Coli and they ferment in a process the call precision fermentation. He says using E Coli it has to be full of toxins in some way. Not to trust them. He doesn't.

Wood also spoke. He addressed something that has puzzled me for the past decade or longer. Many years back some reporters went to China and reported and filmed huge empty, new cities. Ghost cities. Something about if they build it, they will come. There has been almost 200 cities built. In 2021, Evergrande was unable to pay it debt. It caused a Chinese property sector crisis; Evergrande's total debts were estimated in the hundreds of billions of dollars. Then like magic at the end of the same year in 2021, the Chinese government was reportedly working to restructure Evergrande in order to resolve the crisis.[

In April 2022, Reuters reported that construction had been started again at many projects[12] and that the company still had liabilities of US$300 billion.

It is starting to build again.

They are planning on taking all of the land of 100 million farmers plus their families.

Who loves this plan? Apparently the WEF as they too are trying to take farm land and build cities for the now once up on a time - and useless, no longer needed farmers of the Netherlands, and Canada. Here in the US of A too?

I would go get me some more rice and beans and more mylar bags, but it appears that I might not have a farm, and a home to store them in?

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been saved. Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved by the author. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.


Post a comment

Comments are moderated, and will not appear until the author has approved them.

Your Information

(Name and email address are required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)