As Hillary Tries to Secure His Endorsement, Declassified Docs Detail Kissinger’s Role in Argentina Dirty War Horrors – 11 Aug 2016 as MONSANTO GMO – MOVES in for the KILL but ARGENTINA – KICKS THEM OUT – VICTORY To the LIGHT !

When are the CABAL going to REALIZE they and their DEATH wishes are NOT WANTED on any PART of the PLANET. TIME to SURRENDER as they will NEVER WIN! It is impossible to WIN – TOO MANY awake and aware!

ARGENTINA- STOOD TALL and MONSANTO SEEDS moves on forced to cower in defeat after 3 YEARS of protesting. GO ARGENTINA !

THAT’S NOT ALL they DONE to ARGENTINA, MONSATAN  = MONSANTO is POISONING the ARGENTINIANS, READ BELOW. ARGENTINA is FIGHTING BACK ! THE ELITE want to ruin SOUTH AMERICA as they have been hiding out there. Some have reported, figuring they can what they want.

BELIEVE ME, the LIGHT FORCES know HOW EVIL these 2 ARE.

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As Hillary Tries to Secure His Endorsement, Declassified Docs Detail Kissinger’s Role in Argentina Dirty War Horrors

As Hillary Tries to Secure His Endorsement, Declassified Docs Detail Kissinger’s Role in Argentina Dirty War Horrors

Editor’s Note: This shouldn’t surprise anyone who is paying attention… it’s just that hardly anyone is because, as Americans, we live in a “media bubble” that only reports on what the establishment wants Americans to know/see/hear/think. Right now, they don’t want anyone to grasp the fact that Hillary is kissing up to Kissinger (of course) because if she gets into the White House come 2017, it’s open season on coups and wars. She can’t wait.

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Via Telesur:

As Hillary Clinton attempts to seal Henry Kissinger’s endorsement, documents reveal how he undermined Jimmy Carter’s human rights agenda in Argentina.

In a much-awaited step toward uncovering the historical truth of the U.S.-backed Dirty War in Argentina in the 1970’s and 80’s, the United States has delivered over 1,000 pages of classified documents to the South American country. But critics argue that there are major gaps in the files, including the exclusion of CIA documents, that keep in the dark important details of the extent of human rights violations and the U.S. role in such abuses.

The Argentine government delivered the newly-declassified documents to journalists and human rights organizations on Monday after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry presented the files to President Mauricio Macri during a state visit last week.

The 1,078 pages from 14 U.S. government agencies and departments are the first in a series of public releases over the next 18 months of declassified documents related to Argentina’s last military dictatorship, including Argentine Country Files, White House staff files, correspondence cables, and other archives, according to a statement from the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

The files include grisly descriptions of torture, rape, assassinations, and forced disappearances carried out by the military regime under General Jorge Rafael Videla, installed after the 1976 coup against left-wing President Isabel Peron.

The documents also detail Henry Kissinger’s applause of the Argentine dictatorship and its counterinsurgency strategy, including during a visit to General Videla during the 1978 World Cup. National Security staffer Robert Pastor wrote in 1978 that Kissinger’s “praise for the Argentine government in its campaign against terrorism was the music the Argentine government was longing to hear.”

Argentina’s so-called anti-terrorism policy was in reality a brutal crackdown on political dissidents, human rights defenders, academics, church leaders, students, and other opponents of the right-wing regime. It was also part of the regional U.S.-backed Operation Condor, a state terror operation that carried out assassinations and disappearances in support of Sout America’s right-wing dictatorships. In Argentina, up to 30,000 people were forcibly disappeared during the Dirty War.

The documents also detail how then-U.S. President Jimmy Carter raised concern over the human rights situation in Argentina, including in a letter to General Videla rather gently urging him to make progress with respect to human rights. At the time, Kissinger reportedly demonstrates a “desire to speak out against the Carter Administration’s human rights policy to Latin America,” according to a memo by National Security’s Pastor.

The further confirmation of Kissinger’s attrocious legacy in Latin America comes as U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton courts an endorsement from Kissinger, widely condemned as a war criminal by human rights groups.

(read more at Telesur)

From: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/as-hillary-tries-to-secure-his-endorsement-declassified-docs-detail-kissingers-role-in-argentina-dirty-war-horrors_082016

ABOUT MONSANTO = MONSATAN

https://kauilapele.wordpress.com/2016/08/14/standing-up-to-monsanto-13-naturalblaze-com-8-10-16-argentina-has-a-city-of-death-thanks-to-monsanto/

Standing Up to Monsanto, 1/3… NaturalBlaze.com 8-10-16… “Argentina Has a “City of Death” Thanks to Monsanto”

Natural_Blaze_logo_240_1This was seen a few days ago, and when I looked a bit more, there were a couple more potentially useful and educational Natural Blaze articles about how many of the Argentine people are “Standing Up to Monsanto”… just as are people all over the planet. Two more articles will follow this one.

“Monte Maíz, a city in Argentina, has five times the rates of miscarriages and cancer than among half the world’s population – all eyes are on glyphosate. Here’s the scary part – they only have a population of around 8,500 people. Furthermore, lung cancer accounts for 40% of the deaths there, and Monsanto’s glyphosate-based herbicide is said to be the direct cause.

“…tucked within [the city], are 22 hangars with equipment for spraying pesticides. Herbicide spray vehicles apparently drive through the city streets polluting the city air. Argentine pharmacist, Carlos Vicente, described the spraying saying “this is the worst…” and called for the removal of the hangars and reconsideration of this toxicity.

“In 2009, Andres Carrasco, the Argentine researcher and the president of CONICET (National Scientific and Technical Research Council), found out that a large concentration of this substance has a toxic effect on amphibian embryos and, consequently, on human embryos. Carrasco claimed that it might provoke various kinds of abnormalities and abortions. This is exactly what is happening now in Monte Maíz and other cities where the substance is sprayed.

It looks like Monsanto has gone much too far in Argentina… Additionally, the people of Argentina are making a lot of noise… Protests of various forms have been going on for a few years. Monsanto has foolishly lashed back and wants royalties, but the people aren’t having it. Furthermore, the government appears to be on the people’s side.”

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Argentina Has a “City of Death” Thanks to Monsanto
By Heather Callaghan

Monte Maíz, a city in Argentina, has five times the rates of miscarriages and cancer than among half the world’s population – all eyes are on glyphosate. Here’s the scary part – they only have a population of around 8,500 people. Furthermore, lung cancer accounts for 40% of the deaths there, and Monsanto’s glyphosate-based herbicide is said to be the direct cause.

Glyphosate is an active ingredient in Monsanto‘s Roundup, but also makes an appearance in other companies’ pesticides since the patent expired. Roundup is heavily used – legally – both here in the States and in Argentina especially because genetically modified crops are engineered to allow incredible amounts of Roundup to be sprayed without killing the crops themselves.

How bad is the glyphosate problem in Monte Maíz?

In Monte Maíz, dubbed “the city of death,” tucked within, are 22 hangars with equipment for spraying pesticides. Herbicide spray vehicles apparently drive through the city streets polluting the city air. Argentine pharmacist, Carlos Vicente, described the spraying saying “this is the worst…” and called for the removal of the hangars and reconsideration of this toxicity.

Vicente told Sputnik:

In places, where large amounts of glyphosate-treated soy are grown, all studies show alarming results. The same situation is observed in Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. Glyphosate, the herbicide used in cultivating transgenic soy is applied throughout the whole region.

Year after year its toxicity level is being proved.

In 2009, Andres Carrasco, the Argentine researcher and the president of CONICET (National Scientific and Technical Research Council), found out that a large concentration of this substance has a toxic effect on amphibian embryos and, consequently, on human embryos. Carrasco claimed that it might provoke various kinds of abnormalities and abortions. This is exactly what is happening now in Monte Maíz and other cities where the substance is sprayed.

This is just further confirmation of the reason why cancer is so widespread in Monte Maís, with nearly three times more cases than among half of Argentina’s population.

His last line is referring to a 2015 report where the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization declared in a study that glyphosate is a “possible human carcinogen.” But guess why this finding isn’t emphasized more? Could it be that another WHO body – the Meeting on Pesticide Residues, together with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization – swooped in to declare glyphosate’s safety?  They stated that glyphosateis “unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans from exposure through the diet.”

This, of course, causes mass confusion and gives Monsanto and other chemical-ag corporations more time to keep using a dangerous substance. After all, glyphosate has been linked to fatal kidney disease and breast cancer in parts per trillion. Think about how toxic a substance must be to create devastating health effects at that amount.

READ: Groundbreaking Review Shows How Glyphosate Alters DNA Toward Chronic Illness

As of 2014, cancer deaths had doubled in Argentine agro-cities. It looks like Monsanto has gone much too far in Argentina, since reports of death are now visible after profuse spraying – meaning that the retort of “correlation doesn’t equal causation” simply won’t cut it here.

Additionally, the people of Argentina are making a lot of noise – they are not going quietly. Protests of various forms have been going on for a few years.  Monsanto has foolishly lashed back and wants royalties, but the people aren’t having it. Furthermore, the government appears to be on the people’s side.

This article (Argentina Has a “City of Death” Thanks to Monsanto) can be republished with attribution to Heather Callaghan and Natural Blaze.com, keeping all links and bio intact.

Heather Callaghan is an independent researcher, natural health blogger and food freedom activist. You can see her work at NaturalBlaze.com. Like at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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