The very agencies that are to protect us instead harm us . . .
Don’t trust the government just because it’s the government official source. I repeatedly warn that trust in the government sources of information can be a serious mistake. What I suggest is that people think for themselves and do their own investigative research. Sometimes the government is accurate and honest and sometimes it’s not. And just like a friend that lies to you, you are smart to be wary.
Here is another example of government malfeasance. And a dangerous one at that! The EPA deliberately held back very important information that could help prevent untold cases of cancer in our future. Instead, the government source misleads the people and does harm. And let’s not forget the healthcare costs of this malevolence!
I can only hope that the American people realize government is not always a trusted source and sometimes a very danger to the society it is there to protect. From this realization can come change for the better, however that change comes. I have my own ideas, like less government overall, but change is what is important, not necessarily any one way to change. And where is the mainstream media (another source of information – or lack of it in this case – to be skeptical of)? This is serious stuff and affects every single American because glyphosate has been used ubiquitously over the decades. Why isn’t this front-page news? The American people deserve to know this kind of information and be able to decide for themselves what they want to do with and about it.