Food as a weapon of control

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KAHA
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Food as a weapon of control

Post by KAHA » Sun Oct 11, 2009 2:33 am

Hunger has become an instrument of war. Perpetuated by governments and greedy corporations who instigate a dependency on genetically engineered food and use it as a form of economic manipulation.

Buy only organic food, avoid processed foods and/or plant a garden.

Along with music I will also be enrolling in a permaculture course. Thank god our beautiful Aotearoa seems to have been ahead in the whole green/environmental movement since the 70's

We've got to show more aroha for the world around us, with out her we have no home.

Whata ngarongaro he tangata, toitu he whenua...........Man disappears but the land remains.


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Re: Food as a weapon of control

Post by foal30 » Sun Oct 11, 2009 4:27 pm

we cant have wild ass political postings on here! :D
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Re: Food as a weapon of control

Post by KAHA » Sun Oct 11, 2009 7:41 pm

foal30 wrote:we cant have wild ass political postings on here! :D
It's not my intention to push a political agenda but rather present a 'truth' that is affecting the well being of our people, whanau and the greater human collective at large.

I may be an activist when it comes to our beautiful and sacred Aotearoa and its people but I will strive to express that passion through my music instead :wink:

Trinity Roots title track from Home Land and Sea is a heartfelt anthem to Aotearoa and refers to the New Zealand Government's refusal to back down over the controversial Seabed and foreshore legislation and the purchase of land by overseas interests.

Rather we let their music speak for itself :)

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Re: Food as a weapon of control

Post by Pstewart » Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:03 pm

Easily one of the best NZ ever, full stop.
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