Sunday, September 26, 2004

Fatal Harvest

Currently Reading: Fatal Harvest: The Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture

At a moment of solitude, wondering why our world is turned upside down by people who do not know the meaning of the word 'enough'. For them no amount is enough. Until our world is decimated and our children mutilated, will they stop even then? How much does it take? How much is it worth? Some people say save our earth, what we are really saying is save the people! The Earth will renew itself when we are vanquished by our own hands. What are your stocks worth when there is no one spending money?

Is it alright that our food has no nutrients, chemicals galore, and has been genetically modified, unless it says organic (even some organics are being tainted)? Is it alright that thousands upon thousands of gallon drums filled with radioactive waste are dumped off of Mare Island? Is it alright that our water is unsafe to drink because of polluted runoff? The list goes on...

What have we done! What are we going to do about it? Become informed. Begin, if you haven't already, to ask the tough questions- Demand your right to a high quality life! More than quantity should be yearned for...

-posted on September 29, 2003 to my xanga site
and it is all still relevant...

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