WWA Activism

FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN NUCLEAR DISASTER - ongoing

 

 


 

CAMPAIGN TO STOP GENETICALLY MODIFIED ALFALFA - ongoing


Handy Dandy "Stop GM Alfalfa" 'zine - $5 plus postage

 

 

Bumper Stickers (2.5 X 10 inches) - $5 each plus shipping

 

 
Option One - "Stop GM Alfalfa in Canada: Say 'no' to Franken-hay" Bumper Sticker



Option Two - "Stop GM Alfalfa: Say 'no' to Franken-hay" Bumper Sticker



Option Three - "Stop GM Alfalfa" Bumper Sticker




* These bumper stickers are printed at a local, independently-owned, small-town print shop. *

Please contact me to purchase and provide me with your full shipping address. Allow three weeks for shipping.


WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP STOP GM ALFALFA:


 

- Distribute this "Stop Genetically Modified Alfalfa!" zine: to friends and family members, to local libraries, to media outlets, to politicians, to organic grocery stores or groups, or to places distributing free pamphlets

- Read, copy, and forward this primer on GM alfalfa to anyone you think might be interested: GM Alfalfa Primer

- Read, copy, and forward this information sheet to anyone you think might be interested: How GM Alfalfa Affects You

- Write a letter to the editor and send it to newspapers and other publications

- Call your elected representatives to talk about your opposition to GM alfalfa. Request that your elected representatives bring forward a motion on a moratorium on the sale and planting of genetically modified alfalfa seed.

- Call local media and ask them to cover GM alfalfa.

- Contact local farmer's and food groups to talk about the issue.

-  Make "Stop GM Alfalfa" signs and visit local festivals, farmer's markets, or political events to talk to people about the issue.

- Display a "Stop GM Alfalfa" bumper sticker.


STOP FLUOROQUINOLONE ANTIBIOTIC POISONING! - ongoing

 

 

Fluoroquinolone antibiotics are potentially highly dangerous with debilitating, long-term, and even deadly adverse reactions. These antibiotics are erroneously being prescribed as first line antibiotics by doctors around the world, including for minor infections. The most popular brand names are Levaquin, Cipro, and Avelox.

These antibiotics are so potentially dangerous that they should be prescribed only after all safer alternatives have been tried and failed.

Name brands also include Floxin, Noroxin, Penetrex, and Maxaquin. These antibiotics are prescribed as eye drops under the names Vigamox, Zymar, Besivance, Ciloxan, Iquix, Quixin, Ocuflox, and Ofloxacin. They are prescribed as ear drops under the names Cetraxal, Ciprodex, Ofloxacin, and as Baytril in veterinary medicine. These are also being erroneously prescribed to babies and children as ear and eye drops.

I was poisoned by Cipro on December 8, 2009. Willow's Web Astrology articles: Cipro is Evil

YouTube Videos: What Has Helped My Recovery from Cipro Poisoning:

Part One

Part Two/Summary

Part Three: Emotional/Psychological Effects

Jeff's story of a severe, debilitating adverse reaction to Bayer-produced Cipro that has left him disabled: Ciproispoison.com

Mark Girard, Co-Chair of the Quinolone Vigilance Foundation, speaks about his horrific side effects and damage done by intravenous fluoroquinolone antibiotic poisoning, which he received while in the hospital: YouTube video of BlogTalk radio show

The Fluoroquinolone Wall of Pain (Facebook Group)

Fluoroquinolone Toxicity Group (Facebook Group) 

Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Toxicity Syndrom Network (Facebook Group)

More complete list of quinolone and fluoroquinolone brand names from Bayer and Johnson & Johnson

 

Cinobac, NegGram, Wintomylon, Uroxin, Panacid, Dolcol, Eradacil, Alcipro, Ciprobay, Cipro, Ciproxin, Enroxil, Penetrex, Megalone, Roquinol, Maxaquin, Acuatim, Nadoxin, Nadixa, Lexinor, Noroxin, Quinabic, Janacin, Floxin, Oxaldin, Tarivid, Peflacine, Uroflox,  Baloxin, Raxar, Cravit, Levaquin, Pasil, Pazucross, Zagam, Omniflox, Ozex, Tosacin,  clinafloxacin, Zigat, Tequin, Zymar, Tequin, Factive, Avelox,Vigamox, Gracevit, Trovan, Quisnon

In development
: delafloxacin, JNJ-Q2, nemonoxacin

Veterinary use
: Advocin, Advocid, Dicural, Vetequinon, Baytril, Ibaflin, Marbocyl, Zenequin, Orbax, Victas, Floxasol, Saraflox, Sarafin

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is a great addition to the site. Glad to see it. :)

Anonymous said...

Willow, though not yet a patron, I have high regard for your activism and truth-speak. I admire your ability to bring bullshit to light. I came across an articla that I hope you might post an opinion on, as I consider you to be a source I can trust to speak without corruption.Hope I paste the link correctly: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/06/20/complete-history-monsanto-worlds-evil-corporation/
I appreciate your time- always.

Sysyphus said...

'cipro is poison' took his website down for some reason. It can be found here - https://web.archive.org/web/20141217020429/http://ciproispoison.com/