Organic Food and the Equal Money System
“Bio isn’t exactly better” is what this paper’s headline reads here.
When we go to the supermarket, we can see all the parallel foods existent next to your ‘regular type’ branded as ‘Bio’ or ‘Organic’. I noticed an interesting thing which was the considerably higher prices in all things organic/bio in all the products.
When standing in front of the milk shelf, I saw that ‘bio milk’ was up to a euro higher than your regular kind. In that moment, I realized how the entire commercial trickery presented a seemingly casual ‘choice’ – yet, we’ve got to know how we’ve been impulsed through the media to believe that there is a way to eat ‘healthier’ by consuming bio/ organic products which are apparently produced through ‘strict measures’ wherein no pesticides, additives, GMOs (genetically modified organisms) or chemical fertilizers were used in their production.
The current ‘health-scare’ relating to food comes from the realization of the amount of chemical procedures involved in producing the food that we eat.
Following an emerging ‘new age’ era of being ‘environmental friendly’ as part of the ‘becoming green’ campaign that has gained momentum over the past decades, the capitalist move was to create a new set of products that would satisfy this need to have foods that could support human beings in feeling ‘more safe’ when eating due to the considerations that have been promoted/ commercialized as part of ‘going green’ lifestyles en vogue.
This campaign became nothing else but a great money-making trend that has disregarded one of the most basic facts which is: everything here on Earth is organic. Since everything grows from the Earth, the only point to be looked at is how this ‘Green Revolution’ came to be.
The ‘revolution’ emerged as a response to the industrialization of agriculture, which is inherently tied to the requirements of the amount of production that capitalism creates and promotes without considering the actual process required to produce; this implies using the fastest, cheapest possible means of both tools/prime matter as well as labor force for which agriculture is one of the worst remunerated activities in this world. We can take the example of the farmers in India who have been involved in endless payrolls wherein they’ve opted to kill themselves due to being unable to pay their debts linked to a transnational monopoly like Monsanto and thus, having no food to eat while being literally surrounded by it. This is one of the consequences of how such ‘green revolution’ sought to avoid being a part of the commercialization of buying products that were GMOs and deciding to pay more to be apparently clean from this and other outflows of the industrialization of agriculture.
In essence, the desire for bio/ organic a.k.a ‘healthy’ food stems from this and other series of events/actions wherein we are simply facing the fears relating to eating what we’ve created as the acceptance of living in a world where everything is determined by money itself, never actually caring for the well-being of humanity or any other living being in any way whatsoever.
There is also a convenient aspect of information added upon this to suit the green-market holders without having the most basic point in place whenever we go for the idea of ‘going green’ and ‘eating organic’: everything here is of the Earth, so ‘organic food’ implies all food as everything else.
The special conditions only exist currently as what should be the usual way of growing food; though due to the profit-making aspect of it, we’ve created it into a separate point wherein the rest of the food is seen as ‘harmful’ due to the conditions wherein money-making is the driving force to produce food.
The bottom line is that both organic-bio and ‘regular food’ are currently driven by money-creation, so whether or not it is ‘less contaminated’ it’s still not an practical solution that can be available for everyone and it is in fact supporting an exclusive market for those who can afford it. So, it’s a juicy aspect that only benefits some, and there’s no actual common sense in buying and supporting these types of foods which, at the end of the day, are the same as all of the other foods.
So – how will all this separation between foods cease to exist within the Equal Money System?
Because money won’t be the motivation to genetically modify organisms, nor will the overall production be limited and determined by money itself. We will be making sure that the best standards for food production are in place wherein we’ll erase the divide between ‘regular’ and ‘bio-organic’ to finally implement a single way of harvesting food that’s naturally good to eat.
We’ll certainly require the experts on this in terms of how to treat any plague or create pesticides that are not toxic per se. All of this is currently part of the monopolized food industry which can be boiled down to mainly one single word: Monsanto –and so develop ways to grow food effectively without greed being in the way of placing people’s food at risk by wanting to make an extra buck, because that will simply not be possible.
There will be more people involved in food production, which won’t be out of a necessity to ‘get by’ and survive, but through actual consideration of making sure that the production takes place in the terms of what’s best for all, as well as for themselves. Learning how to grow our own food will also become part of the basic Living Education, that’s never been existent as part of a regular curriculum in schools before.
This one example of how all current nice tags that sell well will cease to exist, as food will be organic, bio and regularly grown within safe conditions wherein no health-scare will exist, since money won’t be the driving force that is currently disregarding people’s lives in the name of profit. We’ll literally stop only existing as ‘organic robots’.
As an additional point of support, I’ve re-uploaded this video that was originally uploaded in the DesteniProductions channel based on an article that we came across a couple years ago, and I made a video pointing out the common sense aspects on what ‘organic food’ is. Nevermind the title, as it was meant to simply create an audience for the video. Through the publishing of it, we saw how strong the organic food ‘belief system’ has become and thus, realized how important it is to support others in realizing the common sense aspect of food in this world, as well as the actual cause behind this current hype. Yes, you got it: Money and Fear.
Both are sorted out in the Equal Money System
Everything’s Organic as Everything comes from the Earth
Food will stop being a profit-driven industry and instead become part our living care that we’ll work for – therefore, we’ll make sure it is the best for all in Equality.