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Luiza Vickers
Luiza Vickers was born on March 14, 1979, in Poland. Growing up in Poland at those times while not easy gave families a chance to share in what really mattered togetherness, shared struggle, and God. Luiza's family owned a small farm where they harvested all their own produce and meat. In 1979 they had to as the political system made times hard all over Eastern Europe. At 16 Luiza Vickers emigrated to the United States of America moving to Greenpoint, a community of some 50,000 Poles in Brooklyn NYC. She studied in American schools and due to her academic excellence graduated 2 years early and was given a full scholarship to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In 1997 she met the man who would become her husband Damon Vickers.

The State can Never Replace Guidance comes from One’s Mother and Father

The Convention claims the view that parents have certain rights over children, mentioning that maternal engagement should be established in law. Nobody can deny the role of parenting, parents are supreme in every child's life. Luiza Vickers asserts that Parents...

Are Birth Control toxins Effecting Global Fertility rates in the west and gender Dysphoria?

Gender dysphoria is very prevalent these days it is an infirmity where a person undergoes embarrassment or shame because there's a mismatch within their biological sex and gender identity and the main reason as stated by Luiza Vickers about gender...

How toxic are Glyphosates?

Glyphosate a major havoc to our society, it is an herbicide which is affecting the whole biodiversity, the human race the animals as well as the plants. It is utilized to the leaves of plants to destroy both broadleaf plants...

Pesticides and Factory Farming is Making the World Sick

The want of money is surely driving the world crazy, this intense animal husbandry or industrial livestock generation, in the greed of maximizing stock output, while reducing the cost of production. This whole process is called Factory Farming, which is...

Bees Most important Animals which help in the Pollination Process

Bees are one of the most important animals which help in the pollination process. They aid in keeping our planet green. Bees hit plants because they give them an essential source called nectar. There are many flowering plants which are...

Gyphosates are Working their way into the Entire Food Chain

Glyphosate is one of the most extensively utilized herbicides in records. Farmers scatter these substances to treat every acre of cropland. Everywhere around the world, this practice of spreading herbicide around is famous. Glyphosate is studied as a herbicide having...

Bees Worldwide are under assault from Pesticides

Bees are a major source of Pollination. They help in the production of plants and successful harvest, bees assemble nectar as they cross-fertilize plants, and with time this sweet liquid stores into the solid syrup of honey. But these days...