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AfriGeneas Discuss! Forum Archive 2

Re: Farms & Farming
In Response To: Farms & Farming ()

the black farmers have been in trouble for years, c-span is very late, this one of the reason an open forum is important, so we can pass the word of support, cuz if you wait for corp amer news media for info you're going to get when it's nearly or too late.
it's sometime detrimental to depend on others , nevertheless, if folx want to keep up with the plight of the black farmers, follow the link below or go to http://www.coax.net/people/lwf/bfaa.htm

i'm feeling kinda redundant on this, as i've tried to bring food supply up as topic, nevetheless, it's important, crucial even, that we educate ouselves on agribusiness, since most of us eat food from giant corporations that put profit before people.

these corp are forcing all small farmers out of business, by way of gov agency fornication with the deep pockets of corp lobbyist.
the small farmer, usually is in harmony with the land and produces life giving food that supply the vitamin and mineral need for robust, disease free life. he's likely to use less chemicals(carsneogenic and other unknown untested)and replenishes the land against soil deteriorzation and erosion.

the giant corp farms use genetically engineered seed and chemicals which their scientist certify as safe. the majority of the foods produced today have these ingredients or are genetically altered.
this has been going on for yrs without public knowledge. and for yrs we've been hit with some new epidemic of disease diabetes, prostate, aids, etc

inform yourself, you decide, who kitchen you want to eat out of, nature(aka god) or corps (wanna be gods)

as black folx we have the extra added complication of racial bigotry in this issue, this affect the black farmer in terms of loans, subsidies, and fair market prices. if we neglect the black farmer, don't we neglect our choice in what we eat, and to do for ourselves, what we did in the past, doing for self eliminates the whinning of what whites or others do in the name of racial bigotry......


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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