Coronavirus: Vietnam bans wildlife trade over pandemic risk

The Extinction Chronicles

A Chinese pangolin is seen digging a hole at a Vietnamese wildlife rescue centre on 22 June 2020 in Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh Province, VietnamImage copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionWildlife products include pangolin scales which are used in traditional medicine in China and Vietnam

Vietnam has banned the import of wildlife and wildlife products to reduce the risk of new pandemics.

The move also bans wildlife markets for such items, including online sales.

Vietnam has previously been accused of turning a blind eye to the sale of products such as pangolin scales and rhino horns often used in traditional medicine.

Scientists have long warned that the wildlife trade can be an incubator for disease.

The origins of the current Covid-19 pandemic are thought to lie in the wildlife trade, with the disease emerging in bats and jumping to people via another, as yet unidentified, species, which could…

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Wireless Radiation (RFR) – Is U.S. Government Ignoring Its Own Evidence for Risk?

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Wireless Radiation (RFR) – Is U.S. Government Ignoring Its Own Evidence for Risk?

To EMF Community:

Below is information I pulled together for a government employee questioning risks from non-ionizing radiation, as he was under the impression only thermal effects cause harm. The material below, and attached, documents thumbnail_IMG_56242that the U.S. has known for over a half century that there are biological and health effects of non-thermal radio frequency radiation.


    1. NASA publication (February 1972)– Translation of Russian Research, “INFLUENCE OF MICROWAVE RADIATION ON THE ORGANISM OF MAN AND ANIMALS

    1. Defense Intelligence Agency (March 1976)“BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION (RADIOWAVES AND MICROWAVES”, prepared by U.S. Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency

    1. NASA Report (April 1981)“ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD…

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Amazon Had a Campaign to Destroy Competitors “the Way a Cheetah Would Pursue a Sickly Giselle”

Rigged Game

“Our investigation produced documents that show that sometimes Amazon doesn’t play fairly, crossing the line from robust competition to predatory pricing to destroy rivals rather than out-compete them,” said Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon.

By Pam Martens and Russ Martens of Wall Street on Parade.

The CEOs of four of the most valuable technology companies in the world — Google’s Sundar Pichai, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Apple’s Tim Cook — testified remotely on Wednesday in a House investigation into whether they are exercising monopoly power in violation of antitrust law in the United States and need to be broken up or more tightly regulated.

Amazon and Facebook came out of the hearing the most severely damaged with evidence obtained by the House Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law that strongly suggests they have engaged in illegal, predatory behavior.

There was also significant evidence that Google…

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