Death is undefeated; this inevitable transition point is an unavoidable consequence of life. The thought that we are all going to die can be unsettling, but it can also provide beautiful illumination of this miraculous thing that we call life, opening a fuller appreciation for the limited time we have with each other.
The message could not be clearer. The pre-summit in Rome, and the New York summit take place under the strict direct control of multinationals. It is they, the Masters of food, who are in, and want to maintain, control. And if they decide to talk about “transition”, they themselves will do so in their own way, convincing us that their solutions will be ecological enough to keep the current system of interests intact.
The problem with this “solution” film is that it doesn’t offer any real solutions. While the overall concept is a good one and this film serves as a good introduction to the concept that restoring and revitalizing farmland will help to reverse climate change, it has no idea how to get there.
In the U.S., raw milk was used for one hundred fifty years to treat a wide range of conditions and is still used today in some hospitals in European and other countries.
In “Chemical Farming and the Loss of Human Health,” Dr. Zach Bush exposes the truth about our toxic food system and its impact on human health.
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