those quotation marks over freedom hold a lot of weight.
“Isn’t it strange how food, water and land – the very elements we need to survive – are owned by corporations? There is no food for us on trees, no fresh water in streams, no land to build a home. We have to buy it from them.”
When did we start to blindly accept that the bare necessities of life, the one’s ‘God’ is meant to have given us had a price? A price which benefits a select few and whilst they life in their fairytale, enchanted worlds, children are starving around the world. I live in England, the land is fertile and great for agriculture. So why am I buying tomatoes from a supermarket, grown a few hundred miles away?
“Then grow your own!” I hear you say. Yeah, see the problem with that is is have to buy the seeds to begin with.
Lovely, capitalist world we’re living in.