Here is demonstrated one end-solution which the globalisators are aiming for ...
and will get when they have little to face in the way of national political restraint:
If you value growing then your heart will go out to these peasant farmers
and what has been done to their heritage, countryside and rights.
Is it exaggerating to suggest that a similar fate awaits N.Z. farmers and citizens?
Perhaps. But consider how far we have already been shifted in that direction.
For instance: of the big three of global transactional commodities
- Food, Energy, Money - it is food which is actually the most
essential on a daily basis, but the least controllable at the national level.
So when the WTO (=U.S.) developed its 'Free Trade' (post-GATT) agenda it was
the surrender of national Food Sovereignty that was such a key issue.
That's right folks ... N.Z. is now required by international treaty to import
no less than 5% of its national food supply from our 'Free Trade' partners.
So if you think that Food Sovereignty might be an issue that is worth
boning up on for the sake of our country's future, then here are some
websites/ newsletters to get you started: Nyeleni, La Via Campesina, GRAIN