Learn why the “industrial agriculture is needed to feed the world” hype marketed by Monsanto is full of manure.

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Barbara H. Peterson on April 26th, 2012

In order to sell your home grown fruit at the now centrally planned “farmers market” you must submit a “crop plan” and have your Garden inspected by filling out a “farm schedule.” After that’s done you’re more than welcome to sell your oranges once you fill out your various tax forms, sign the ten page 8000 word contract agreement with the city manager, pay your filing fees and attain your organic certification and proper permits.

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Wally Paul on September 7th, 2010

We used the Hegelian Dialectic of problem, reaction, solution when we, acting as the controlled opposition, put out the very clever film “Food Inc”.

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Wally Paul on August 30th, 2010

Codex is a UN agency that wants to control the food of the world. It operates with the goal to destroy the vast majority of the world’s population. They want to rid the world of, “Useless Eaters”. Eighty percent of the food consumed by Americans is now genetically modified food. This is the food codex loves. They are eugenicists, not agriculturists.

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Barbara H. Peterson on October 10th, 2009

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Barbara H. Peterson on September 10th, 2009

The same agricultural policies that made farmers into commodity crop growers are at the root of the current obesity epidemic. According to a report by the Institute for Agricultural and Trade Policy called “Food Without Thought: How US Farm Policy Contributes to Obesity,” “the problem with the extensive use of cheap commodities in food products is that they fall into the very dietary categories that have been linked to obesity: added sugars and fats. US Farm policies driving down the price of these commodities made added sugars and fats some of the cheapest food substances to produce. High fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated vegetable oils – products that did not even exist a few generations ago but are now hard to avoid – have proliferated thanks to artificially cheap corn and soybeans.”[13] In other words, US farm policies make poor eating habits an economically sensible choice – with long-term negative health consequences for consumers and economically devastating consequences for family farmers.

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