God, Hope & Helping Others
Parsifal, NSearch contributing writer, September 28, 2012 Conventional farming is the biggest polluter with about 33%
In each product, for example, in the flesh, but in the plants in the cell fluid all information that may be received directly after food intake to the protoplasm of our cells affect our feelings, thoughts, and therefore our actions.
(The fear of animals is detectable in tissue).
Meanwhile, all this can be proven scientifically.
According Univ. Prof. Fritz Popp the quality of food is not only measured to pesticides and active ingredients, but especially in the energy exuded by the food (biophoton analysis).
Organic foods have up to 100 times more energy as denatured foods.
But our environment is extremely loaded by conventional agriculture:
It contributes to about one third of the environmental and water pollution and is the greatest factor for carbon dioxide emissions (Conventional foods are actually very expensive).
< Industrial monoculture farming derived foods can essentially be sold solely as cheap as they are supported with a gigantic effort, currently in small Croatia alone over EUR 3 billion annually, and multiples in the EC/EU and U.S.
The level of support is almost as high as the combined revenues of all crops together.
For this very fact shows how ill 'our agriculture and our economic system' is and how really expensive conventional food.
The centralized, focused on mass production chemical agriculture has not only forced 60% of all farmers to give up, but the remaining housed in a daunting situation.
On average, a farmer in Germany and in Europe earns 50% of an industrial worker.
To pay an hour of work of a craftsman (electrician, carpenter, etc.) he needs to produce milk and sell about 80 liters (25 years ago there were about 15 liters).
An unnatural distribution of goods occurred.
It was the wrong products promoted, but the healthy, self-sufficient peasantry was decimated at the expense of the system.
This inevitably resulted in a concentration of power.
This is the main cause of rising unemployment and environmental degradation.
In addition, due to the abuse of power that comes from the concentration of capital, manipulated prices for raw materials.
Our farmers do not just get a bad price, their work is not worthy, and they are also made dependent on subsidies.
In the Third World by the unnatural and forced prices created more poverty and dependency.
The rich industrialized countries are probably the main cause of this poverty.
They therefore feel compelled to ease through charitable institutions the greatest need, as well as subsidies in billion U.S. dollars level - to pump in developing countries.
As Mother Theresa gave to the poor and poorest food and love, we are all called to eliminate the causes of poverty, which is nothing more than a lack of love for our neighbor.
The only solution to this dilemma is to change and a return to natural farming and a way of life in harmony with all of creation.