The accompanying image came from an article Justin Dillion sent via Facebook. The image shows the connections organizations have in our food industry, as well the few individuals involved in controlling the organizations. Per the article I wrote about Kashi and Monsanto, I feel this further information should be included. There is also the previous knowledge of the Bush family in the South American water rights. We know all of these, they have close ties with each other and are working to close off the gaps the public has to resources. Should we be concerned, if a listing of all stockholders and financial investors were to be known? Just how few of a number does it take to corner the food market?
The necessities for our lives have not changed in millions of years, only the perceptions of them have. We do not need the cell phones, video games or even the fastest cars. These are creations we have made to make our lives easier, yet we need to be alive to have that life. Being alive, to exist at all, we need the very necessities of live such as food, water, air, peace of mind, and freedom of religion. These provide for the essentials of what we call the modern living standards, the passions and provisions we develop infrastructure around.
Yet is also known businesses look for opportunities to gain new resources to gather and develop markets to put under their control. Industries already exist in numerous areas of our lives; as such they have obtained power. This power is used to control political interest and direct consumers to regard them above the competition. Yet the same have not allowed the public to direct them, a principle of the business and economic sciences. These industries are always looking for new means to obtain advantages over competition. This results in advantages over the public as well, organizational control preceding the control of public concern. This is the force money has when it comes from industries who are only concern are the same industry leaders.
In the article, Honey laundering, it was explained how many know of the lead poisoning from China and who was buying it. We are seeing now how few processing manufactures are involved. These same are allowing lead tainted honey and GMO grains to mix within our food supply. The FDA can test for such; can determine to take steps in protecting the public. But Michael Taylor has control of the FDA, gained through these same connections we are speaking of. Then where is the neutrality of the FDA when it comes to the questionable practices of the food industry?
The attempts by a few to corner any market are consider a monopoly, but what if they are also ignoring the consumers? The organic market is considered a specialized market for those wanting additional care and quality standards. Yet the regards for the consumers in this market base have long since been refused to be considered. The very basics of business and economic sciences are to present what the consumers want. So why is this not being done? This occurs when those who are seeking selfish interest refuse to direct their operations to the public considerations. Such take power and freedoms away from the public for the same selfish interest.
The public has the right to exist, for without such there would be no one around. And organizations will allow such, but at what terms? In the past when such conditions existed, we have seen the public as a whole and as individuals, forced into conditions they did not want. When all the food and water are under the control of only a handful of organizations, whom controls those organizations? So far, they seem to be only controlled by the same few families who are already accused of attempts to enslave and kill the public at large. So, yes we should be concerned when these same are now disregarding the very nature of quality standards their consumers want.
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