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Hillary Clinton is Just Plain Wrong on GMOs and here's why


August 28, 2014

In her June 25 keynote address to the BIO International Convention in San Diego, Calif., Hillary Clinton voiced strong support for genetic engineering and genetically engineered crops. She earned a standing ovation that day by stating that the biotech industry suffers from a public perception problem and that it just needs “a better vocabulary” in order to persuade GMO skeptics who don’t understand “the facts” about genetic engineering.

And then Hillary proceeded to get the facts wrong.

Why does it matter what Hillary, who holds no public office and has not (yet) declared her candidacy for president, says or believes about genetic engineering and genetically modified crops and foods?

It doesn’t—unless she throws her hat in the ring for the Democratic nomination. And then it matters not just what her position is on GMOs, not just how deep her financial ties to the biotech industry run, not just how much she distorts the facts about the “promise” of biotech crops.

It matters, deeply, to more than 90 percent of Americans, what her position is on laws requiring mandatory labeling of GMOs in food and food products.

If elected, will Hillary support consumers’ right to know? Or will she support the DARK (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act, a bill introduced in Congress earlier this year, which if passed, will preempt state GMO labeling laws?

Hillary has been coy about announcing her candidacy. But when it comes to clarifying her position on GMO labeling laws, she’s been dead silent.

As she soon heads to Iowa—the testing ground for presidential candidates—Hillary’s presidential aspirations will no doubt become more clear. If she runs, as the pundits predict, it will be up to the GMO labeling movement to demand that she take a stand on GMO labeling laws.

Meanwhile, here’s why Hillary’s speech to the BIO convention was just plain wrong.

Wrong on the science of genetic engineering

Hillary brought the BIO convention-goers to their feet with her call for “a better vocabulary” to win over consumers.

No wonder. After all, that’s the line Monsanto has been feeding the public ever since the public became wise to the lies and false promises of an industry known for its reckless disregard for public health. It’s part of an aggressive, widespread public relations campaign to sugar-coat the facts about genetically engineered foods and the toxic chemicals required to produce them.

As scientists release studies, each one more alarming than the next, revealing the devastating health and environmental hazards of the herbicides required to grow GMO crops—toxic chemicals such as glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, and Dow’s 2,4-D —consumers are connecting the dots between the rise of chronic illness and the unleashing of toxins into the environment (and onto our food).

No amount of “better vocabulary” will be able to counter the science behind the impact of toxic herbicides and pesticides on soil, on the environment, on human health.

But here’s where Hillary’s call for a “better vocabulary” really ran off the rails. Coverage of the convention included a video in which Hillary wrongly equated the age-old practice of seed hybridization with modern genetic engineering, in order to make the case that genetic engineering has been around since the beginning of farming.

Hillary would do well to go back to her science books. Here are the facts, as understood by every biologist. Seed hybridization occurs when the seeds of two compatible parent plants, within the same species, are crossed, either in a controlled environment or in nature. That process is in no way equivalent to genetic engineering, a process that requires human intervention, and consists of changing the genetic code of one organism by inserting into it the DNA from a completely different plant or animal.

Genetic engineering is an unnatural process that can take place only in a laboratory, aided by a human.

Wrong on genetic engineering and drought

In the same video from the June 25 conference, Hillary perpetuates industry claims that as global warming leads to more droughts, GMO crops will feed the world. She does this by focusing on GE drought-resistant seeds—as if engineering seeds for drought-resistance were a major focus on the biotech industry.

It’s not, of course. Drought-resistant seeds and crops make up a miniscule portion of the GMO crop market. Close to 98 percent of GE crops are corn, soy, alfalfa, canola and sugar beets, used to make biofuels, animal feed and processed food products, such as high fructose corn syrup. These crops are engineered to produce their own Bt toxins in every cell or else to withstand massive doses of herbicides, such as Monsanto’s Roundup, which are sold to farmers as companions to their GMO seeds. They have nothing to do with drought-resistance.

In fact, attempts to engineer seeds to thrive during droughts are still in the experimental stages and so far have largely failed. According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, Monsanto’s DroughtGard, the only drought-resistant crop approved so far by the USDA, produces “only modest results, and only under moderate drought conditions.”

Yet to hear Hillary tell it, genetic engineering is all about saving farmers by providing them with magic seeds that thrive without water.

Wrong on genetic engineering and global warming

Toward the end of her video interview, Hillary switched gears to talk about climate change. She endorsed the Obama climate plan and called out the media for giving too much attention to climate-change skeptics.

Hillary believes we must address global warming. Good news.

But there’s just one problem.

A growing chorus of scientists warn that we cannot successfully address global warming unless we acknowledge the huge role that industrial agriculture, with its GMO mono-crop culture and massive use of chemicals, plays in cooking the planet.

If we’re truly serious about averting a global warming disaster, reducing carbon emissions isn’t enough. We have to acknowledge, and harness, potential of organic, regenerative agriculture to reverse global warming by sequestering carbon.

According to groups like the Rodale Institute, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, and the Alliance for Food Sovereignty, a transition to sustainable, regenerative agriculture—not genetic engineering—is not only the only way we will feed the world, but absolutely essential if we want to slow global warming.

Hillary is just plain wrong if she thinks we can solve global warming while simultaneously promoting GMO agriculture, here in the U.S. and abroad. That’s why the Organic Consumers Association has launched a petition asking her to rethink her support for biotech, and commit to supporting a transition to a sustainable, organic food and farming system.

As consumers grow more knowledgeable about the link between food produced using toxic chemicals and the declining health of the U.S. population, they are looking more closely at those politicians who side with, and take money from, the biotech industry. Clinton’s ties to the biotech industry date back to the 1970s, when she was a partner in the Rose Law Firm which represented Monsanto.

A recent ABC News poll revealed that 52 percent of Americans believe food containing GMOs are unsafe, while 13 percent are “unsure.”

On mandatory GMO labeling laws, Americans are clear: 93 percent want labels.

Hillary, where do you stand?

Katherine Paul is associate director of the Organic Consumers Association.

Ronnie Cummins is the international director of the Organic Consumers Association and its Mexico affiliate Via Organica.

Older article, but now that Iowan's are switching to Bernie, being widely reported, here is where it fell apart with GMO activists.

Posted by TheNutcracker | Thu May 21, 2015, 07:51 PM (39 replies)

YAY! The foreclosure on our block finally sold!!!

The garage door collapsed just over a week ago, leaving the home open. It was owned by a couple who run a small hotel on the beach, and used this for 'evac' purposes. They rented for a few months to the same couple from Montreal every year. They could not buy it, so they bought a small condo nearby, and will continue to drive by and say 'hello'.

A really great guy, who rented one of the nicest homes on the block, came over to tell us, he likes living in our neighborhood, he likes all the people and the friends he's made, it feels like home. So, he just bought the foreclosure, right across the street from where he has rented for two years! First thing, a new garage door to lock the place up! He got it for 105K and needs a total overhaul, which we neighbors are so happy to see the work begin!

Right now, everything else here is 180K - 235K, so we're doing alright.

Just had to share the good news, as it's been an eyesore for over 20 yrs. while the owners actually lived on the beach island.

Posted by TheNutcracker | Fri May 15, 2015, 11:36 AM (2 replies)

The Koch Brothers Lost More Than $1 Billion Yesterday. Each


That's about $3,400 for the rest of you

Billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch each lost $1.1 billion on Tuesday, a drop that might devastate even the wealthiest of the one percent. For the Kochs, the fifth- and sixth-richest people on earth, it represents just 2 percent of their individual fortunes.

Some perspective for the rest of us? That's akin to the average 60-year old American losing about $3,400, according to Dean Baker, of the Center for Economic And Policy Research, in an interview on Bloomberg Television.

Yesterday's fall is the third such swing in the past 12 months and the fifth in the past three years, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Because the drops represent a loss of paper value based on market conditions that affect assets in their closely held Koch Industries, they are not likely to alter the Kochs' plans to spend $900 million to elect a Republican president in next year's election.

The brothers each own 42 percent of Koch Industries, the second-largest closely held company in the U.S. The company owns Georgia-Pacific as well as oil refineries, fertilizer makers, financial services firms, and dozens of other businesses. Overall, the brothers, each worth $50.5 billion, have added about $190 million to their fortunes in 2015.

Research for the post is derived from Bloomberg Billionaires Index data. Get the latest intelligence about the world's biggest fortunes on Twitter @bbgbillionaires.

Peanuts to them, but since money is their God, to lose it we know they are miserable!!

Posted by TheNutcracker | Thu May 14, 2015, 02:04 PM (17 replies)

Chinese Maternity Tourists and the Business of Being Born American


by hidden line after 'By'Susan Berfield

8:00 PM EDT
May 12, 2015

"You Win also drove the women to South Coast Plaza, which is filled with luxury boutiques. They bought classic saffiano purses at Prada, the sparkly Abel shoes at Jimmy Choo, lingerie with rhinestones at Victoria’s Secret. They were regulars at Chanel and Coach. All the shops employed Mandarin speakers."

Inside the Homeland Security crackdown on deluxe services helping Chinese women have American babies

Fiona He gave birth to her second child, a boy, on Jan. 24, 2015, at Pomona Valley Hospital in Southern California. The staff was friendly, the delivery uncomplicated, and the baby healthy. He, a citizen of China, left the hospital confident she had made the right decision to come to America to have her baby.

She’d arrived in November as a customer of USA Happy Baby, one of an increasing number of agencies that bring pregnant Chinese women to the States. Like most of them, Happy Baby is a deluxe service that ushers the women through the visa process and cares for them before and after delivery.

There are many reasons to have a baby in the U.S. The air is cleaner, the doctors generally are better, and pain medication is dispensed more readily. Couples can evade China’s one-child policy, because they don’t have to register the birth with local authorities. The main appeal of being a “birth tourist,” though, is that the newborn goes home with a U.S. passport. The 14th Amendment decrees that almost any child born on U.S. soil is automatically a citizen; the only exception is a child born to diplomats. He and her husband paid USA Happy Baby $50,000 to have an American son. If they had to, she says, they’d have paid more.

After the birth, He observed yuezi, the traditional month of recovery for new mothers. She, her mother, and her 2-year-old daughter stayed in Rancho Cucamonga, a city about 40 miles east of Los Angeles. Her apartment, in a complex with a pool, fitness center, and mountain views, was rented by USA Happy Baby. Her nanny was supplied by USA Happy Baby. She ate kidney soup and pork chops with green papaya prepared by a USA Happy Baby cook. She secured her son’s U.S. birth certificate, passport, and Social Security card with USA Happy Baby’s assistance.

He’s daughter was born in America as well. He and her husband, educated in Britain and from prosperous families, hoped to send their children to an international school in Shanghai that admits only foreign students. When the kids turn 21 they can petition for green cards for their parents, too.

It was all going well, until four men knocked on the door of He’s apartment on Feb. 23. They said they were fire department inspectors responding to a complaint about someone barbecuing on the balcony. She hadn’t been cooking outside. The men asked to see the adults’ identification. Then they asked the ages of her children. “I felt very weird then,” He says. “I wondered why they were asking me about my children when they came to ask about barbecue.” Afterward she called Phoebe Dong, who ran USA Happy Baby and lived nearby. “I said I didn’t feel safe. She said not to worry.”

A week later, five men from Homeland Security Investigations, the sheriff’s department, and the fire department arrived. At first He thought they’d come from the homeowners’ association. Then she saw the bulletproof vests and handguns. They showed her a search warrant. She recognized the translator from the previous visit. “Then they asked me a lot of questions, and I became nervous,” she says.

“We didn’t hurt anyone. We just found an easy way to stay here to give birth. Is that wrong?”

more at link above....
Posted by TheNutcracker | Thu May 14, 2015, 12:05 PM (2 replies)

Hearse with veteran's flag-draped coffin left in parking lot outside Pasco Dunkin' Donuts


Associated Press
Tampa Bay Times
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 8:54am

NEW PORT RICHEY — Two Florida hearse drivers have been fired after they stopped at a doughnut shop with a flag-draped coffin in the vehicle on the way to a funeral and an outraged man sent a video to a local veterans group.

Multiple news outlets report Rob Carpenter spotted the hearse in the parking lot of a New Port Richey Dunkin' Donuts on Tuesday with its curtains open and the coffin visible.

In the coffin was the body of 84-year-old Lt. Col. Jesse Coleman, a decorated soldier who served in Korea and Vietnam. The hearse was transporting him from Clearwater's Veteran's Funeral Care to his funeral.
Carpenter confronted the driver and sent images to Veteran's Warriors. The group posted the images to Facebook.
Funeral home director Jim Rudolph says he has fired the men.

According to the funeral home's website, Coleman, of Beverly Hills, Fla., died Friday. He was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army in 1955 in the Quartermaster Corps. He served one tour in Korea and two tours in Vietnam.
Our society, is a lost one. For all this soldier gave, this driver could not wait for a donut until he delivered this soldier to the next point of his final journey. On the heels of Memorial Day. What happened to respect?
Posted by TheNutcracker | Wed May 13, 2015, 10:29 AM (1 replies)

Where do Millennials want to work? Not at corporations

Source: CNN Money

Hey, Corporate America. It appears that many Millennials -- that tsunami of future workers -- don't really want to work for you. At least not the newest college graduates.

Only 15% of the class of 2015 said they would "prefer" to work for large corporations, according to a new survey by management consulting firm Accenture.
Medium-sized businesses got the most love (35%), while start-ups and government agencies were the expressed preference for just 10% of respondents.

Fun seems to be a deciding factor.

A full 60% of 2015 grads -- and 69% of 2013 and 2014 grads, who were also surveyed -- said they'd rather work for a company that has a "positive social atmosphere" even if it means lower pay.
Of course, they may think differently after a few years of working for the (low-paying) Man and after Mom and Dad stop subsidizing them.

Read more: http://money.cnn.com/2015/05/12/pf/millennials-work/index.html?source=zacks

The 'millennials' are those who have reached adulthood by 2000. They have only know the effects of Clinton policies, (NAFTA) and the breaking of America via illegal wars. No jobs and student debt. They get it more than anyone else.....I see this as an awakened group of voters!
Posted by TheNutcracker | Tue May 12, 2015, 11:56 AM (19 replies)

This must be the reason millennials LOVE Bernie Sanders

Where do millennials want to work? Not at corporations -

May. 12, 2015
CNN Money‎ - 16 mins ago

Hey, Corporate America. It appears that many Millennials -- that tsunami of future workers -- don't really want to work for you. At least not the newest college graduates.

Only 15% of the class of 2015 said they would "prefer" to work for large corporations, according to a new survey by management consulting firm Accenture.

Medium-sized businesses got the most love (35%), while start-ups and government agencies were the expressed preference for just 10% of respondents.

Fun seems to be a deciding factor.

A full 60% of 2015 grads -- and 69% of 2013 and 2014 grads, who were also surveyed -- said they'd rather work for a company that has a "positive social atmosphere" even if it means lower pay.

Of course, they may think differently after a few years of working for the (low-paying) Man and after Mom and Dad stop subsidizing them.

More than 70% of all respondents said their parents are paying the majority of their rent and living expenses or at least half.

Related: Most twenty-somethings are actually saving for retirement

For corporations trying to lure Millennials, offering them a challenging project may reel them in.

About half of the 2013 and 2014 graduates surveyed consider themselves "underemployed" or in a job that doesn't really require a college degree.

And what they want most in a job, after salary and benefits, is interesting, challenging work (39%), flexible work hours (37%) and a chance to advance quickly up the ranks (34%).

Related: What workers around the world want: More flexibility

Reaching young Millennials where they live will be key to recruiting them. And where they live (at least until something better comes along) is their smart phone. Among 2015 grads, 64% said they will use or have used mobile apps in their job search.

And this just in: As of the first quarter of this year, Millennials now account for the largest share of U.S. workers, according to the Pew Research Center, which analyzed Census data.

More than half of those who took the Accenture survey from the classes of 2013 and 2014 reported being full-time employees. Another 25% said they have part-time work, 4% said they were interns, and 3% freelancers. Of the remaining 16%, 5% are currently unemployed while 11% said they've been jobless since graduation.

The Class of 2015, meanwhile, was the most likely of all three groups to say they'd considered job prospects in a given field before picking their major. And almost two-thirds of them expect to get a job in their field of study, even though only 43% of the two classes ahead of them managed to secure full-time work in their preferred fields.

Posted by TheNutcracker | Tue May 12, 2015, 11:51 AM (2 replies)

Former Flagler elections supervisor arrested on charges of illegally recording officials

saw them going over ballots!...

By Tony Holt & Matt Bruce
[email protected] [email protected]

Published: Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 10:30 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 9:46 a.m.

Former Flagler County Supervisor of Elections Kimberle Weeks was arrested and booked into the county jail Wednesday on 12 felony counts alleging she illegally recorded conversations of Florida's secretary of state, a county judge, a city clerk, the county attorney and others.

A 12-count indictment accuses former Flagler County elections supervisor Kimberle Weeks of illegally recording private conversations between April 3 to Sept. 19, 2014.

Weeks is accused of recording conversations of at least 12 people without their knowledge or consent.

Recordings involved city, county and state officials, including Florida Secretary of State Kenneth Detzner, Flagler County Judge Melissa Moore Stens and Palm Coast City Clerk Virginia Smith.

Each charge is a third-degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison.

Weeks turned herself in at 8:05 a.m. Wednesday and was released after posting $12,000 bail.
Weeks turned herself in and was processed at the county jail just before 9:15 a.m., according to a report from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office. She was released a short time later after posting $12,000 bail.

The charges are the result of a months-long investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. A grand jury indictment lists seven counts based on the illegal recording of communications involving at least 12 individuals — including Palm Coast City Clerk Virginia Smith, Flagler County Judge Melissa Moore Stens, Flagler County Attorney Al Hadeed and Florida Secretary of State Kenneth Detzner — who didn't know they were being recorded. The remaining five counts of disclosure of oral communication do not name any individuals.
Each charge is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

Multiple attempts to contact Weeks on Wednesday were unsuccessful. Two cars were parked in the driveway beside her rural west Flagler County home, enclosed behind a chain-link fence bearing “Private Property” and “No Trespassing” signs, but no one responded when a News-Journal reporter visited in the afternoon.
The FDLE investigation began soon after Weeks played a recording during a September canvassing board meeting that involved a conversation between Hadeed and County Commissioner Charlie Ericksen.

In the recording, Hadeed can be heard telling Ericksen about an earlier incident involving another commissioner who may have been illegally reading ballots. That commissioner was not identified in the recording.
Weeks contended Hadeed violated Florida Bar ethics and state law by not coming forward with that information, but it was Weeks' recording of the conversation between Hadeed and Ericksen that has been deemed illegal by state investigators.

Shannon Peters, a spokeswoman with the State Attorney's Office, wouldn't comment Wednesday beyond what was outlined in the indictment and arrest report. She did refer to a section in Florida law pertaining to illegal recordings.

In Florida, both sides in a two-party conversation must have knowledge and consent to a recording of that conversation in order for that recording to be legal. The only exception, Peters said, is if one of the parties records it in conjunction with law enforcement.

The current charges stem from incidents that occurred between April 3 and Sept. 20, 2014, according to the arrest report.

County Administrator Craig Coffey, in an email Wednesday, called Weeks' arrest an “unfortunate situation.” He also said county officials were unaware that other officials — in addition to Hadeed and Ericksen — had apparently been unknowingly recorded.

Weeks, a 54-year-old Detroit native, resigned from her post as the county's elections chief on Jan. 6, citing a list of reasons for her departure. In an email she sent to multiple media outlets at the time, Weeks said she was stepping down after being forced to deal with “(six) years of obstruction and manipulation that I perceive as voter fraud.”

She also accused county commissioners of “attacking” her office and trying to find ways to “conquer” it and take over its operations.

Weeks was initially elected in 2008 and re-elected in 2012. Her departure came amid a whirlwind of allegations and counter-allegations and not long after FDLE agents raided the Flagler elections offices in October.
During the months leading up to her resignation, Weeks had filed a series of complaints with the state against all five members of the Flagler County Commission. The Florida Elections Commission notified Flagler County two weeks ago that it had dismissed all of the charges, calling them “legally insufficient.” The commission's executive director also sent a letter April 22 to Weeks stating a second wave of allegations she made was almost identical to the first. Those complaints also were dismissed.

County Commissioner Barbara Revels declined to comment specifically on the former elections chief's arrest, saying she had not yet read the details of the investigation.

“It's a sad day in Flagler County,” Revels said. “I'm just sorry that we've had that happen in our government. I think the elected officials in Flagler County, in general, are upstanding and they are all committed to doing a good job.”

Commissioner George Hanns said he takes “no joy in any of it.”

“I wish her well. We all have different jobs to do, and unfortunately she was indicted,” he said by phone. “But I have nothing further to say, other than I wish her well.”
Moore Stens, through a court spokeswoman, also declined to comment on Weeks or the FDLE investigation.

Hadeed and Ericksen also declined to comment.

Palm Coast spokeswoman Cindi Lane said in a written statement Wednesday that the city's conflicts with Weeks leading up to last year's elections “have been well-documented in the media and public arena.”

“As the City Clerk, Virginia Smith was assigned to take the lead for the City in all elections-related issues and, through it all, Virginia maintained the utmost professionalism representing the City,” Lane wrote in an email.
“Virginia cooperated fully with the FDLE investigation, just as any City employee would in a matter of this type. The City administration backed her fully and will continue to do so as the proceedings continue. The City feels it would be inappropriate to comment further regarding the legal matter involving Ms. Weeks because it's now a pending case for the Courts to handle.”

Posted by TheNutcracker | Fri May 8, 2015, 01:35 PM (2 replies)

Two CIA Agents Arrested by Minutemen while Crossing Mexican Border with 1300 Pounds of Cocaine


El Paso|

A group of minutemen watching the Mexican Border for illegal migrants and drug traffickers, have proceeded to the citizen arrest of two men in an SUV, carrying 1300 pounds of cocaine. The volunteers were completely astonished when the two arrestees pulled out CIA ID cards and explained they were actually carrying the drug as part of their duties and that the cargo belonged to the Central Intelligence Agency.

The incident took place last night, in the Chihuahuan desert, near the Texan city of El Paso. A group of seven minutemen saw a large black SUV drive rapidly across the border. They chased the vehicle in their own trucks and achieved to immobilize it after a chase of more than 15 miles.
The vigilantes arrested the two men on board and called the border patrol, who proceeded to search the vehicle. They discovered dozens of packages of cocaine, totaling an incredible 618.4 kilograms (1363 pounds).

The search of the vehicle revealed 36 packages of cocaine, all marked with the symbol of the Sinaloa Cartel, representing a black scorpion.

The two men claim to be CIA operatives based in Mexico and explained that the drug was actually part of an operation of the agency. They presented identity cards that seem to validate their claim, but the CIA spokesperson, Dean Boyd, has officially denied any link between the organization and the two men.

“The CIA doesn’t take part in drug smuggling operations at the US-Mexican border” said M. Boyd. “I do not know, for now, if the men are actually affiliated to the agency in any way, but I can tell you the cocaine doesn’t belong to the CIA.” (Ollie North should be rofl by now!)

Both the border patrol officers and minutemen seem unconvinced, however, and many of them seem to believe that the secret service agency is hiding something. The U.S. custom services have even announced a thorough investigation to try and verify the two men’s story.

“Both of them had valid accreditations and a receipt for their cargo” says Shawn Francis Miller, spokesman of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection for the El Paso sector. “What drug dealer in his right mind, demands a receipt for 1300 pounds of cocaine? There is really something strange about these guys, and we believe the CIA possibly knows more than what it is ready to admit.”

The custom services have confirmed that the two men, who can’t be identified due to the Intelligence Identities and Protection Act of 1982, did carry valid CIA identifications and that the vehicle was indeed registered as a service vehicle of the organization.

The two men remain under the custody of the custom services at the moment, and are still being interrogated in a facility near El Paso. They are facing charges of possessing, trafficking and importing illegal drugs, and could face other criminal charges once the investigation is over.

Both the FBI and the DEA have announced that they would collaborate with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection on this case, which as already attracted a lot of attention in Southern Texas.
Posted by TheNutcracker | Wed May 6, 2015, 12:49 PM (69 replies)
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