The Design of Hunger

1 of every 4 kids in India is Hungry – 1 of every three women are anemic/malnourished – 1 of 2 children are underweight and stunted – Only Evil Men can plot a entire country’s doom by perfect pre-meditated creation of astonishing debts through selling a product that’s meant to fail.

Five Steps to bring down a rising economy:

1. Create the Perfect ideal/Dream of Getting Rich

The Genetically Modified seeds by Monsanto were proposed as ‘magic seeds’, the ultimate biotechnology placed at the service of PROFIT and Planned Failure that “apparently” would NOT require further pesticides/insecticides for protection, as well as growing better which helped con.vince people in India that they could get significantly wealthy if the seeds worked as proposed. They decided to Take the Risk

2. Get people in Debt with your Product

Let’s look at the numb.ers here:

£10 for 100 grams of GM seed

VS.

less than £10 for 1,000 times more traditional seeds.

this means a 1000%  of Difference

Is this COMMON SENSE?

obviously NOT!

 

Farmers are then pushed to ask for loans at high rates of interests, taking the risks as they’ve been promised the greatest harvest they could ever imagine with those ‘magic seeds’. This is Taking Advantage of People in NEED and the gullibility they embody driven by their desire for MONEY and better Living Conditions.

[This step includes avoiding to inform of VITAL instructions on how to operate the product]
in this case:

The Farmers were Not Told about these seeds requiring TWICE the amount of water to grow.

With droughts propitiating crops to wither and die, the initial DEBT is NOT able to be paid within the expected timeframe of production therefore:

The farmer gets trapped

into a negative economy

with debt, and suicide

is an inevitable

consequence.

3. Make Sure they DEPEND on Your Product

When crops failed in the past, farmers could still save seeds and replant them the following year.

But with GM seeds they cannot do this. That’s because GM seeds contain so- called ‘terminator technology’, meaning that they have been genetically modified so that the resulting crops do not produce viable seeds of their own.

3.1 Create the Remedy for a Designed-Disease

The crops did get savagely eaten by parasites and all types of pests which forced the farmers to – in an attempt to save their crops more than once – buy the same company’s ‘Solution’ which were pesticides and insecticides – ironically – the same ones they would end up ingesting to commit suicide.

Considering farmers did NOT make enough money to keep buying the seeds because there was NO harvest, it becomes virtually impossible to give it a second chance which means this is the fine line between Life and Death

Hunger is also designed into a non-sustainable production system in which costs of inputs are higher than the price of outputs.

The 200000 farmer suicides since 1997 are part of the genocidal design of corporate-driven high-cost agriculture.

or should we say, part of a design to deliberately create debt and hunger within a blooming economy that could’ve signified a great threat to other economies ‘in power’.

4.Blame the

weather and social dysfunctions as the cause of the ‘incidents’

GM officials blamed alcoholism, droughts, suicide as part of ‘rural Indian life’ and ultimately blaming the farmers for their choice to buy their products.

*No further comments on this.

5. Debt doesn’t end with Death

What’s even more tragic is that the Debt left by men committing suicide is passed on to their wives and kids which are then pushed to stop going to school and having a regular life and become part of the lines of beggars along the road with no possibility of ever recovering the land they’ve lost to a planned failed business that left them literally, with nothing.

Indian farmers are losing $25 billion every year to falling prices. While farm prices fall, food prices continue to rise, creating a double burden of hunger for rural communities. This is why half of the hungry people in India and the world are farmers.

The Tata Institute of Social Sciences estimates that 150,000 farmers have killed themselves during the past decade, principally over apprehensions about losing their land over unpaid debt.

 

The Solution is obviously the Equal Money System wherein we can finally establish an Equal Distribution of Resources that will ensure everyone being able to Support themselves to LIVE and only earn more money through  labor that won’t be involved with any type of corporation or policy created, planned and determined to ensure further Debt and consumption is created through planned-inefficiency as Debt cannot exist in a system where resources/goods and services are created, crafted, planned and distributed to serve what’s Best for ALL Life.

HUNGER will NOT BE EXISTENT within the EQUAL LIFE SYSTEM

as it will be a Human Right to have sufficient quality food for ALL - No more Technology-designed-to-fail as GM Foods that are created for the sake of PROFIT and not any actual benefit for Living Conditions.

Be One Vote for World Equality through Equal Money and enable Equal Food Availability for ALL

http://www.equalmoney.org

 

Today’s Vlog: We are KILLING LIFE Because of MONEY

 

Sources of Info: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/dc-comment/hunger-design-175

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1082559/The-GM-genocide-Thousands-Indian-farmers-committing-suicide-using-genetically-modified-crops.html#ixzz1FsnA2SXT

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2 Responses to “The Design of Hunger”

  1. ! A Caray ! como es posible que estos seres sigan haciendo de las suyas sin que nadie haga algo; no hay nada aparte de estar trabajando en nuestro proceso, que pueda hacerse para parar semejante atrocidad ? Yo por lo pronto estoy hablando con mi familia para ir sembrando esta inquietud.
    Como puedo compartir este escrito Marlen para enviarlo a mi familia? y demas personas que saben estas noticias.Gracias Marlen por compartir esto en espanol. Sofia.

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