Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Let Us Not Forget Shiva The Woman Environmentalist and Peace Activist

Post number 229

No one told me it was the International Women's day, two days ago! Team, have you been asleep?!

This post is a reminder for my dry cleaning team, who will note that my campaigns have a strong hint of feminism for one clear reason: That us men have made a mess of planet earth for millenniums. I really feel we took a back seat now and let the women be in the driving seat so that they can show us their stuff.

The International Wool Textile Organisation (IWTO) whom I have asked to promote wool through the International Year of Natural Fibres (IYNF) this year through the FAO, and others are reminded not to forget the tireless work of global woman and peace campaigner Dr Vandana Shiva of India.

Dr Shiva claims that 2 million hectares (about 5 million acres) of land is under BT/GM cotton cultivation in India alone (China is big in BT/GM cotton too along with USA). Another source recently informed us that 17,000 Indian cotton producing farmers commit suicide annually because they are constantly pushed to increase their yield per hectare of land cultivated. This is outrageous and must be high lighted.

With exposing America as the Sphere of Evil and of practising the philosophy of the Lebensborn children where our world children are drugged and raped as we speak, I classify GM cotton and GM food as the tools of America’s trade to destroy our minds and bodies. Ban GM any thing and every thing. Consumers: Do not buy GM at all.

Supermarkets have gone out of control in their expansion programmes and continue to close down High Street/Main Street businesses, post offices (indirect cause of closure) and farmers markets in order to isolate societies so that the Drug Lords and Paedophiles move in and continue with Lebensbornisation of our communities world wide. I hereby condemn the whole philosophies of the supermarkets and encourage the public to gradually boycott them. Why do they have 10,000 items on sale instead of 1,000?

The answer is that we should buy without looking at the label so that we never realise what dumbing down chemicals they have put in our food products. Even if you read them, most of us don’t have the faintest idea as what the additives are and what they do to our minds and bodies.

Let us encourage the re opening of High Street/Main Street businesses and campaign for the shut down of Supermarkets

Let us sum up the elements of Consumerism as opposed to Communism, Socialism, and Capitalism.

1) That every one has an equal purchasing power of 1 including I day old infants. Proportional representation may be required but will be dealt later in the UK after the summer concerts when we will have gathered data from Glastonbury, theatres, circuses, cabarets, music halls, Churches/Mosques and other places of worship, and may be 20 million of us on the roads
2) Consumerism has a strong slant towards feminism
3) That we will be a single party state
4) Discourage mass marketing. This may be the wrong terminology because it is used with supermarkets alone in mind. Panels of experts will revise.
5) I’ve forgotten some of the others. BBC, you do it and keep a record. Just about time you did something (joke to keep you on your toes. I am terrible, aren’t I?).

Mohammad Karim Ahmadzai,
Team Leader, Earth Projects


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