Tag: Farmers

  • Guardians of the Seeds Beat Monsanto

    Guardians of the Seeds Beat Monsanto

    We live in a world where one third of all food is wasted, where industrial agriculture accounts for the lion’s share of carbon emissions, and where the genetic diversity of the whole food chain is in free-fall, all presided over by an international regime of biopiracy headed by multinational corporations like Monsanto. But not everyone is taking it […]

  • Why Rockefellers Aim at Destroying Farmers Worldwide.

    William Engdahl has published an in-depth article about the Rockerfellers’ agribusiness revolution and the devastating impact it has had on our health, our food and the lives of farmers worldwide. Read it at journal-neo.org. Here’s an interview he did for Red Ice Radio (doesn’t cover everything in the article): http://youtu.be/wqDNlkbseDI Article archived as pdf here: why-rockefellers-aim-at-destroying-farmers-worldwide

  • Gates Foundation Promoting Corporate Takeover Of Global Agriculture

    (NaturalNews) After it was exposed that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the philanthropic brainchild of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, purchased 500,000 shares in Monsanto back in 2010 valued at more than $23 million, it became abundantly clear that this so-called benevolent charity is up to something other than eradicating disease and feeding the world’s […]

  • Avaaz Global Ebay of Seeds

    Already 56,000 people have pledged to support a global ‘internet seed swap’ initiative promoted by Avaaz,. Trouble is, the plans are deeply flawed, and have been developed without consultation with major seed saving groups worldwide. They also claimed the approval of the famous activist Vandana Shiva, but had to apologize when she said she didn’t […]

  • Indigenous Herders and Small Farmers Fight Livestock Extinction

    Our non-interference with traditional culture approach is supported again by news that at least one indigenous livestock breed becomes extinct each month as a result of overreliance on select breeds imported from the United States and Europe, according to the study, “The State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources,” conducted by the UN Food and […]

  • 150,000 Indian Farmers Commit Suicide Due to Debt

    One of the guiding principles of our organization is to help people find ways to solve their problems without introducing new problems, one such problem that commonly occurs is debt. India may be the trend-setter here, with an estimated 150,000 debt-ridden farmers succumbing to suicide since 1997. With guns in short supply in rural India, […]