Talk for Food – Imagining a Sovereign World without Glyphosate
The conversation between Adam and Great Eagle, Chief of the Onawa Chickamauga Wadley tribe, concludes. Recorded on location in Branson, MO, the Chief outlines a vision of awakening, self-reliance, interdependence, and healing that touches not only Native American, but all people around the world.
So many people are concerned about the “New World Order,” but Great Eagle outlines a vision of a New Order characterized less by authoritarianism, but more by greater individual and collective sovereignty.
Next, Adam speaks with Don Huber, PhD, Professor Emeritus at Purdue University, over the use of glyphosate, an herbicide and one of the most pervasive genetically engineered products (GM) in the world today.
A product of Monsanto Corporation, of St. Louis, MO, genetic engineering gives the company the ability to claim “ownership” of a proprietary seed product that has been purported to demonstrate superior herbicide resistance, although at the expense of nutrient density.
However, other consequences of GM products have surfaced, including sudden crop death, new viral strains, and birth defects. Yet, instead of taking measures to curb the products’ use, the FDA has liberalized it instead, giving the go-ahead for genetically modified alfalfa and salmon, and increasing the tolerance limits of the chemical in human beings.
These are two conversations you’re going to want to hear again and again!
To contact Great Eagle or Professor Huber sent Adam a note directly at [email protected].