Summary by Cindy Olmstead
Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger is a health scientist who does research, training and teaching in public health. Early on in her career, she began working with WHO, doing research which she says was “science for politics.” In this video she talks about the “suspicious” activities of Bill Gates and the reservations she has about the actions of the WHO, GAVI and Gates.
As her career advanced, she started getting asked by politicians to organize events in public health. And then, in her capacity working with research ethics for WHO, she was asked by Geneva University to work on international health regulations in 1999.
She also worked with Georgetown University and others to be ready for a pandemic and to act quickly in the event one happened. In a stunning confession, she says Switzerland is the center of corruption, and that GAVI and Bill Gates have total immunity from everything they do.
Worse, when the pandemic began, she found that many breaches to international health regulations were occurring, and more. The rules under which countries work with WHO virtually put WHO in charge of all rules and formal edicts and announcements — with Gates being right there as part of the executive board like an unofficial member state, making decisions that affect the entire world.
SOURCE: State of the Nation March 1, 2021
One of the primary arguments for genetically engineered (GE) crops and foods was that it was going to solve world hunger. Reality, however, has demonstrated the massive flaws in this argument.
GE agriculture actually does the complete opposite by destroying our soils and making food more toxic and less nutritious. Regenerative farming, on the other hand, has demonstrated its superiority with regard to yield and nutrition, all without the use of toxic chemicals.
Ronnie Cummins from the Organic Consumers Association is calling for a transition toward regenerative organic farming, which has the ability to solve many of our most pressing problems simultaneously.
He believes that there are four major drivers of change to create the regenerative system we would like to have:
- Education and awareness raising
- This also includes putting the information into practice, meaning, every time you pull out your wallet, you’re considering whether your money is going to support a degenerative or regenerative system. True change comes when people act out their beliefs in the marketplace
- This includes innovation of farmers, ranchers, people who take care of our forests and wetlands and people who are innovative in terms of educating the public
- Policy changes
- Local school boards
- Park districts
- White House
- Funding and investment — This includes both private investors and public monies
Farms such as the Via Organica farm in Mexico are promoting a novel way to produce inexpensive, yet highly nutritious, animal feed made from native agave plants driving this change of paradigm. But there is much more that needs to be done.