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Florida Officials Tried to Stop a Gun Range from Raining Metal Shot on a Public Park

health freedom alliance, 12 May 2016
A legendary NRA lobbyist declared war on Florida officials who tried to stop a gun range from raining metal shot on a public park.

Florida Hit with Highest Level of Radioactive Material from Fukushima Outside Japan

Health Freedom Alliance, 10 April 2016
Analysis of data from sensitive U.S. monitoring stations for the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactor accident, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity:

overnment thugs arrest, strip-search innocent parents because son played basketball in backyard for 90 minutes

By Devon: (NaturalNews) On a spring day in April of 2015, a Florida couple was making their way home. On this day, they were running 90 minutes behind schedule. They got stuck in traffic and weren't able to make it home in time to let their 11-year-old son in the house. Their son didn't have a key, so he played basketball in the backyard and waited for his parents to get home.

A WATERSPOUT FILMED IN FLORIDA SO SURREAL YOU MIGHT THINK IT’S A FAKE


Jesse Ferrell, AccuWeather.com meteorologist and social media coordinator, didn’t believe what he saw in Tampa Bay earlier this week was real. The picture and video by Joey Mole in Safety Harbor show an unbelievable and surreal waterspout curving downward from a cloud into Old Tampa Bay.

Florida citrus industry being devastated by unstoppable bacterial disease


A tiny insect called the Asian psyllid is feasting on Florida's citrus trees and spreading bacteria that is leeching nutrients from the trees. The bacterial disease, called Huanglongbing, does not affect humans but does kill off citrus trees. The disease is commonly referred to as citrus greening, which is witnessed when unripe fruit turns bitter and falls from the tree. The disease is relatively new to Florida, first detected in 2005. The citrus greening disease has continued to spread each year since 2005 and in 2012 has been noticed deadlier than ever, devastating orange production to 10 percent losses from initial estimates. Experts are increasingly concerned, since the USDA has downgrading its crop estimates five months in a row now.

Florida citrus industry being devastated by unstoppable bacterial disease


A tiny insect called the Asian psyllid is feasting on Florida's citrus trees and spreading bacteria that is leeching nutrients from the trees. The bacterial disease, called Huanglongbing, does not affect humans but does kill off citrus trees. The disease is commonly referred to as citrus greening, which is witnessed when unripe fruit turns bitter and falls from the tree. The disease is relatively new to Florida, first detected in 2005. The citrus greening disease has continued to spread each year since 2005 and in 2012 has been noticed deadlier than ever, devastating orange production to 10 percent losses from initial estimates. Experts are increasingly concerned, since the USDA has downgrading its crop estimates five months in a row now.

Salty bread 'is putting 7,000 lives a year at risk'

1st March 2007

High levels of salt in supermarket bread are putting up to 7,000 lives a year at risk, claims a damning study by health campaigners.

Bread is the largest source of salt in the British diet and excessive consumption can lead to increased blood pressure and a greater risk of heart attack.

The pressure group behind the study, Consensus Action on Salt and Health, yesterday called on shoppers to boycott breads with the highest levels of salt.

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Fluoride and Lead (Floride the Deadly legacy 11)

Fluoride and its various compounds are toxic all by themselves, but their interaction with other toxic metals are of increasing concern. Research published in the December 2000 issue of the journal NeuroToxicology warns that public drinking water treated with sodium silicofluoride or fluosilicic acid, known silicofluorides (SiFs), is linked to higher uptake of lead in children.(165)165 Less than 10% of fluoridation systems in the US use sodium fluoride, the substance first used to fluoridate public drinking water in 1945.

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