The Sanctity of Seeds This is a Reprint of a Newsletter from 2016 that did not make it into our Blog.


Aquaponics USA/World
October & November 2016 Newsletter
#34
Table Of Contents
Introducing The Guardians of Seeds
Monsanto loses the Food Fight in Venezuela!
There is No Food Freedom in America!
Monsanto was tried for Ecocide in October!
What’s Coming in December.

A Word From Our Editor, Grace Sylke
If you’re wondering what happened to our stand alone October Newsletter, the unfortunate truth is there isn’t one.

As you may know, besides working for my two Aquaponics companies, Aquaponics USA and Aquaponics World, I also lead Brainwave Neuro Feedback Trainings at the Biocybernaut Institute, and a surprise Training came up during the time I had ear-marked to write the stand-alone October Newsletter.

However, I’ve written about a really important event that happened in October in the Hague so this Newsletter is a combination of the two Months.

And once again I found myself getting really angry when I discovered that Seed Banks are being shut down in several states around the US for the trumped up violation of being “illegal seed distribution centers”. You’re going to hate this sad story.

Oh, and YES, there was an election, and we all knew that no matter how it turned out, half of our nation was going to be in mourning. Surprising to EVERYONE, it’s the Democrats that are in mourning this time around instead of the Republicans.

What’s important is that we heal our political wounds, come back together and fight the important fight for FOOD FREEDOM!

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Here’s our January 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This is Part 10 of the Obesity In AMERICA Series.

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This Newsletter returns to the Obesity In AMERICA Series and focuses on Agave. It also makes one of the greatest announcements us Food Activists have ever heard. Read this Newsletter to find out what that is.

Here’s our April 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This Newsletter celebrates Food Revolution Month and connects you to the Food Revolution Summit by John and Ocean Robbins. It also Lists the Names of the Senators who voted for and against The Dark Act, which, thanks to many of you, did NOT pass! And last, but not least it continues the List of The Good Guys fighting the Good Fight for Food Freedom.

Here’s our May 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This Newsletter is a real mind twister. It reveals how our State Department has been using our Tax Dollars to promote GMO’s around the world. You won’t believe the ugly details.

Here’s our June 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This Newsletter is Part 14 of our seemingly endless series on Obesity In AMERICA.
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Here’s our July 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This Newsletter is a look into WHO pushed the DARK ACT, who’s supporting the Pushers and why President Obama signed it.
This is a sad treatise on how Big Food controls us and the most important system we have–our Food System.

Here’s our August 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This Newsletter is Part 15 of our Series Obesity In AMERICA.
It focuses on the harmful effects of Soy on the body and why you need to avoid it.
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Here’s ourSeptember 2016 Newsletter in case you missed it.
This Newsletter is about the relationship between Gluten and Obesity.
It focuses on the harmful effects of Gluten and tells the sad story of what has happened to wheat in the US that now has our wheat containing 10 times more Gluten than it did 50 years ago.
Seeds are Sacred right along with our Mother Earth, our Father Sun and every living entity on our planet. The aim of this Newsletter is to reconnect us all to this basic truth.

  (You may need to pull the scroll bar back to the beginning to watch this Video)

 
Greetings!
 
Dr. Vandana Shiva, a food activist, physicist and environmental leader introduces the above Video, which in turn introduces a book called Sacred Seed, a collection of essays by the Global Peace Initiative of Women (GPIW).
“This collection of essays draw on the wisdom of ancient and modern traditions to remind readers of the profound sacredness of the seed-how in its purity, it is the source and renewal of all of life. For centuries the planting of the seed in the earth not only nourished humanity, but also symbolized the mystery of life and the journey of the soul. Yet, modern culture has begun to lose an appreciation of the primal meaning of the seed. Tenderly created from original writings of mystics, shamans, monastics, and priests, and featuring vibrant photos, this book bears witness that the Earth is alive, and establishes that only by working together with the earth-with its wonder and mystery-can we help in its healing and regeneration and once again bring meaning back into the world.” (Quote taken from the Amazon website’s description of Sacred Seed)

Here’s one group that is embracing the sacredness of seeds and seed saving. Introducing the Guardians of Seeds!
The idea for this Newsletter came from an article about farmers in Venezuela. As you may know, “in May [2016], the country declared a state of emergency as inflation hit 180 percent, supermarket shelves emptied out, and food shortages became rampant.” (Quote taken from The Atlantic online article entitled “What’s at Stake in Venezuela’s Economic Crisis“)
If you want to learn more about this on-going crisis, read the full article quoted above or just Google, Financial Crisis in Venezuela or Food Crisis in Venezuela for more details about this travesty. But remember, out of every challenge comes opportunity for growth and change; and a group of courageous and dedicated farmers in Venezuela, where the people are so food challenged that there have been reports of them eating stray dogs and cats, are creating a seed revolution.
It all started in 2005 in the little village of Monte Carmelo, Venezuela, which is now considered to be the “eco-socialist capital of Venezuela” where the people first started to gather and discuss the need to fight against [seed] imperialism. Seven years later, “in 2012 they hosted an international gathering from eight countries throughout Latin America. There, over multiple days of discussions and debates, they wrote The Monte Carmelo Declaration and launched the international network of the Guardians of Seeds.”
On October 29, 2015, they found their country in the early beginnings of a country-wide food crisis. It was “the 10th Anniversary of the Day of the Campesino seed, and over a thousand people from around the country and around the world gathered in this humble village” to share and swap saved seeds. (Quotes taken from the telesurtv article entitled “Venezuela Farmers Fight Monsanto Seed ‘Imperialism’–and Win!“)
“The Guardians of the Seeds don’t see their job as just agriculture or production. There is a profound spiritual consciousness, diverse and deep, which pervades the atmosphere. ‘Seeds are the beginning, the force of rebirth, and the inspiration to reclaim our cultural and ancestral heritage,’ said Cesar David Escalona, a young anthropologist and historian living in and studying the history of Monte Carmelo. The Guardians are promoting not only another kind of agriculture, but another kind of life. ‘I used to live by earning money,’ Daniel, a campesino from Trujillo told me. ‘Money puts your mind to sleep. True liberty is in the land, in protecting nature.’
Far from being anti-government, they have fully embraced the Venezuelan governments’ six year plan that was written by constituent assemblies and voted into law in 2013, and they adopted the “eco-socialist economic production model” so completely that they have turned it into a way of life. Paradoxically, actually living by a plan that was originally just words on paper, makes them appear to be revolutionaries. On paper, eco-socialism is “based on a harmonious relationship between humanity and nature that guarantees the rational and optimal use of natural resources while preserving the processes and cycles of nature.” The Guardians of the Seeds adopted this philosophy so deeply, that by late 2015, they ended up throwing a debilitating stone from their little sling shot that actually destroyed the Goliath seed imperialist, Monsanto. The following is how they did it. (Quotes in this section, taken from the the telesurtv article entitled “Venezuela Farmers Fight Monsanto Seed ‘Imperialism’–and Win!“)

Venezuelan farmers take out Monsanto!

Venezuela has long been supported by a petroleum economy that imported a majority of its food. When oil prices were high, this system worked well and Venezuelans enjoyed a adequate life style in which they depended on super markets to supply their food needs just like many other Western, European and South American countries including the U.S.

Slowly but surely, the spread of corporate industrial agriculture began to take over the Venezuelan food system with the aim of bringing with it chemical pesticides, fertilizers and, of course, GMO seeds. “In 2013, a seed law that would have opened a legal loophole for the importation of genetically modified seeds almost passed the Venezuelan legislature.” That was a close call.

But fortunately, because the Venezuelans rewrote their constitution in 1999, “the Venezuelan people have taken an active and leading role in writing and refining new laws to support their movements. So in 2013, the [Guardians of Seeds] movement was ready – it blocked the passage of this law, and began a three-year process of writing a new seed law. This one would be written from the bottom up, through assemblies and workshops held across the country.”

The 2015, 10th Anniversary celebration in Monte Carmelo was focused on the Guardians of Seeds struggle for a people’s seed law as parliamentary elections were coming up in two months. “One woman in an assembly reminded the crowd: ‘If the bad seed law is approved, we will all be converted into criminals – everyone who grows and guards ancestral seeds.’ As far-fetched as it sounds, laws have criminalized seed saving around the world. The United States is an instructive example, where the federal government has persecuted and shut down seed banks across the country.” More on that horror story in the next section of this Newsletter.

So on October 30th, 2015, “the assembly decided that they would convoke a march to Caracas where they would rally outside the national assembly and demand that the people’s seed law be passed. And so it was. At the end of November [2015], the outgoing national assembly voted into law a revolutionary seed law written by small farmers. It outlaws not only any GMO seeds, but also prohibits all forms of patent and intellectual property rights on seeds. And because small farmers know that laws on paper by themselves don’t necessarily change things, the law also stipulates that the government is responsible for helping to promote an alternative sustainable agro-ecological model throughout the country.”

This win against Monsanto and any other corporate conglomerate that wants to own seed rights via patents or other intellectual property rights is historic. “A movement of small farmers took on one of the largest corporations in the world, and won. And yet they remain humble. ‘We’re not at the head or the first of anything, we’re not on the top of a pyramid,’ said Alan Soto Lopez, an artisan and activist who accompanies this movement. Walterio Lanz echoed: ‘We’re just doing what history is pushing us towards.’

Need it be pointed out that these humble Venezuelan farmers took on this fight right in the middle of the most challenging economic and food crisis in their country. They are setting the example of what everyone across the world should and could do to save ourselves from the environmental and human health disaster that is being perpetuated by GMO seeds and crops. (All Quotes in this section have been taken from the telesurtv website article entitled “Venezuela Farmers Fight Mosnanto Seed ‘Imperialism’- and Win!

Welcome to America where there is no Food Freedom!  

Small town USA farmers, gardeners and citizens are being turned into criminals because they are exchanging and buying seeds from what states like Pennsylvania, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska and Illinois are calling “illegal seed distribution centers” under state law. The age-old tradition of trading, exchanging and saving seeds is being criminalized by the food terrorists in America, which are being led by Monsanto and Friends. The above image is an exaggerated (we hope) rendition of what is taking place in these states.

And you can bet your first child that if you went to the OpenSecrets.org website, which publishes all of the contributions to our legislator’s campaigns, we would see large contributions from the international Bio-Tech companies into the coffers of the legislators in those states, which has caused them to misapply a law designed to protect commercial farmers. According to Neil Thapar, an attorney at the Sustainable Economies Law Center in Oakland, CA, “the laws regulate the quality of seeds that farmers get because their livelihoods [and our food supply] depend on it. They were written to regulate commercial seed trade. But the law doesn’t work when something that refers to commercial activity is being applied to non-commercial activity.”

So great grandma who wants to plant Purple Tomatillos in her spring garden is now a criminal in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska and Illinois and her Library Seed Bank has been shuttered by the terrorists who are backing the bastardization of our food supply by the Bio-Techs.

We have been sowing and sharing seeds for more than 10,000 years. Our indigenous native American cultures turned a wild plant called teosinte into maize, and the cultivation of this nutrient rich food spread throughout the Americas and Europe as seeds were freely shared among the people. As European settlers came to the new land in larger and larger numbers, they brought seeds with them so they could grow their favorite foods and keep their native cuisines alive.  Seed saving and sharing should be on the Bill of Rights; but no one thought to put it there because it was inconceivable that our right to share seeds would be abridged. Amazingly, it is being abridged by the international Bio-Tech corporations like Monsanto that actually managed to patent seeds and now are in charge of 60% of commercial seed in America. This monopolization of our seeds in the hands of five biotech and chemical giants has created the loss of 75% of our plant diversity since the early 90’s. “The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimates that three quarters of our food today is produced from only 12 plant and five animal species.”

“Seed-lending libraries are one way communities have started to take back the collective food system, from seed to salad. There are currently more than 300 of these exchange centers across the United States. Most partner with local library branches and allow people to borrow and grow all types of produce. Once their harvest is complete, gardeners return seeds from their new crops to be borrowed again the following year.”

This was a beautiful grass-roots movement to save our seeds that was working like a charm until 2014, when “state regulators in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania shut down the community seed library after finding it in violation of the state seed law. The center is now only permitted to use seeds that are sold commercially, and members are required to destroy seeds at the end of each growing season. Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska and Illinois have since passed similar measures. State officials argued that seed sharing could threaten the local food supply by distributing poison seeds, weeds or seeds that don’t produce, since the libraries don’t adhere to the same regulations (including labeling and germination testing) as the multi-billion-dollar seed industry” dominated by the five chemical and bio-tech companies.

Are you kidding me? The gardeners in those states are ONLY PERMITTED TO USE COMMERCIAL SEEDS and they are REQUIRED TO DESTROY SEEDS at the end of each growing season! This is outrageous! Especially if you believe seeds are sacred. Destroying them is sacrilegious! And the real culprit, Monsanto’s, footprint is all over the misapplication of this satanic rule. It was Monsanto that created the “Terminator” seed that actually destroys itself after one planting, and it was Monsanto that required their captive farmers buy new seed from them every year. What’s more, this ridiculous rule hides under the guise of the state protecting the food supply while that same state allows thousands upon thousands of acres of GMO corn, soy and canola to be planted all over the place and be sprayed by Monsanto’s Round-Up, a toxic chemical that has been shown to cause cancer and has, therefore, been banned in almost 30 European countries–countries that are not under the thumb of the Bio-Techs and actually care about the safety of their food supply.

But it isn’t all bleak, and a backlash is in the works because the “benefits of seed libraries are huge. They increase the availability of local and organic food, create better-adapted local varieties, and fight back against genetic erosion. This is why the Sustainable Economies Law Center provides free legal resources to communities about city and state food laws. The organization also helped launch a seed sharing petition, in partnership with Clif Bar’s Seed Matters Initiative, aimed at adding an exemption in the Department of Agriculture’s seed enforcement policy for non-profit seed libraries.”  According to our newest hero in this on-going saga, Neil Thapar, an attorney at the Sustainable Economies Law Center, “seeds have been referred to as a commons that belong to all of us – not just one person or one company that can privatize or profit from them. We all have a responsibility to preserve them, and we all have the opportunity to benefit from them as well.”

We say, Amen.

(Quotes in this section have been taken from the inhabitat website article entitled “Why are state governments shutting down community seed libraries?)

Believe It or Not  the International Monsanto Tribunal  Really Happened, Oct. 14-16, 2016, and Monsanto went on trial for Ecocide!
“A people’s tribunal against biotechnology giant Monsanto began Friday [with a People’s Assembly, Oct. 14] in The Hague and was represented by people from hundreds of organizations coming together to put Monsanto on trial for crimes against humanity and Ecocide.”

“A tribunal, generally, is any person or institution with authority to judge, adjudicate on, or determine claims or disputes-whether or not it is called a tribunal in its title. Many governmental bodies that are titled ‘tribunals’ are so described to emphasize that they are not courts of normal jurisdiction.”

In the case of the International Monsanto Tribunal, five judges heard evidence for two days starting on Saturday, Oct. 15 and ending Sunday, Oct. 16. Thirty Monsanto victims, a minuscule percentage of total victims aired their grievances.

Using the procedures of the International Court of Justice, “The Monsanto Tribunal” will give an advisory opinion after hearing victim testimonies.  A Nigerian Representative, Nnimmo Bassey told the People’s Assembly on Oct. 14 that “if Mother Earth could speak, Monsanto ought to be in jail long before now. We are supporting the tribunal because this is a struggle, not just against one multinational corporation, it’s a struggle for life, a struggle for liberty, a struggle to stop big companies from colonizing our food systems.”

Dr. Vandana Shiva, the food activist, physicist and environmental leader that we introduced above came as a representative of India. Shiva told the judges, “GMO crops are the height of scientific illiteracy: pests and weeds develop resistance – it’s just evolution … All GMOs have done is to increase the load of toxins in our food.” In a statement ahead of the event, she referred to the GMO industry as the “Poison Cartel,” which in India has “driven millions off the land and pushed 300,000 farmers to suicide due to debt for costly seeds and chemicals.”

A progressive German politician, Renate Kunast, explained, “We have the right to eat safe food. If governments aren’t ready to defend that right, we have to do it ourselves.” And “Canadian farmer, Percy Schmeiser, addressed the People’s Assembly detailing years of harassment and extortion by ‘Monsanto’s Police’ toward local farmers. The People’s Assembly also discussed political strategies for lobbying and campaigning against Monsanto and how to create a better future for affected communities and ecosystems.

“Angelica Ek and Feliciano Ucan represent Mayan beekeepers from the Campeche and Yucatan Regions in Mexico. They came to the Hague to testify before the tribunal and explain how Monsanto products approved by the Mexican government have adversely affected local communities and bee populations.”

Conspicuously absent from the report by telesurtv about the Monsanto Tribunal, are any voices from the U.S., and we’re not sure if Americans were simply absent, ignored or didn’t say anything memorable. This Tribunal was organized through a crowd funding campaign that brought in $552,000 to finance the event. It was spear-headed by a steering committee of food activists from many countries other than the U.S.  Perhaps the fact that Monsanto is a multinational American corporation or rather an American embarrassment would be cause for the steering committee to place our U.S. food activists in the persona non grata category for this gathering.

The good news is the “Monsanto Tribunal” really did happen even though the judges are only going to be giving an “advisory opinion” which will not really have any teeth or ability to adjudicate changes in Monsanto’s practices around the world.  It’s a statement for all of the world to see and we will publish it as soon as it comes out. To learn more about the “Monsanto Tribunal” go to their website where you can see photos, videos and learn about the steering committee, the judges and much more. (Quotes in this section, taken from the telesurtv website article entitled, “Monsanto Goes on Trail for Ecocide“.

What’s Coming in December!

Watch for our December Newsletter, which will be more about the Evil Food Empire being created by Monsanto. Here’s a hint about what’s coming. Start looking for an alternative to headache relief other than Bayer Aspirin. More about that in December.

Where To Go To Learn More About Seeds and purchase Heirloom Seeds.

“The Clif Bar Family Foundation created Seed Matters to improve the viability and availability of organic seed to ensure healthy, nutritious and productive crops. Together with our partners and folks just like you, we’re making a noticeable difference – from seed to farm to table.
Simply put, our three main goals are:
  • Conserve crop genetic diversity
  • Promote farmers’ roles and rights as seed innovators and stewards
  • Reinvigorate public seed research and education” (Quote taken from the Seed Matters website About Page)

The Seed Savers Exchange, Catalog for 2017
“A source of over 600 heirloom and open-pollinated varieties, the 2017 catalog includes many new introductions from our Heritage Farm Collection and a large selection of organic seeds. Not only does this catalog have beautiful images and stories for our heirloom and open-pollinated seeds, it contains great tips and tricks for growing and saving seeds.”
“Seed Savers Exchange takes threats to biodiversity seriously. We maintain a collection of more than 20,000 heirloom and open-pollinated vegetable, herb, and plant varieties, including over 1,000 varieties of heritage apple trees. We take great care to ensure the health and viability of our collection for generations of growers to come. We keep the bulk of our collection in an underground freezer vault at Heritage Farm.”

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, also known as Rare Seeds

“Jere Gettle always had a passion for growing things, and at age 3 he planted his first garden. Thus began his love of seeds, which eventually grew into a desire to be involved in the seed industry. So in 1998, at the age of 17, he printed the first Baker Creek Heirloom Seed catalog. The company has grown to offer 1,800 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs-the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA.”
“Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. The company has become a tool to promote and preserve our agricultural and culinary heritage. Our company and seeds have been featured in The New York Times, The Associated Press, Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart, The Wall Street Journal, and many others. Gardeners can request a free color catalog.  Our catalogs now distribute to over 700,000 gardeners nationally.”
In many ways and especially when it comes to Big Food, we are all David of David and Goliath–little men fighting the big, rigged cog controlled by huge corporations that are in bed with government. The Guardians of Seeds showed us how to do it. But right now Goliath is still winning; but the war is far from over because us little people are legion and more and more of us are sharing the truth about the horrible state of our Food System. Every month, we discover new crusaders like Neil Thapar, an attorney at the Sustainable Economies Law Center.
Please FORWARD this email to your colleagues, friends and family who need to become aware of what’s going on behind the scenes and the importance of healthy eating. We can’t make the changes we need to make without first understanding why the changes are so important. We can save lives and our country with this information.
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Please help us turn the tables around so we can declare our Food Freedom again and become the healthiest country on the planet instead of the sickest.

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