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Where does immunity originate from ?

Posted by biofield on February 27, 2015 at 4:45 PM

Where does true and lasting immunity come from ? 

That is the core issue whether it is food , farming or vaccinations or pharmaceuticals . If biotech gets its way our food will look more and more like a pharmacy with all kinds of goofy, patented but unidentified, ingredients,pills , powders and injections. We have only one stomach and circulatory system and not a separate one for synthetic drugs, poisons and chemicals. A human should derive its immunity from its pure, natura...

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On enabling change versus enforcing status quo in farm practices

Posted by biofield on May 2, 2014 at 7:15 PM

The only solution is the "polluter pays " principle here. Change the laws so whoever polluted the farmer's seed (with GMOs) or water supplies can be fined or easily sued. Those polluters will easily clean up their act in no time. Also don't provide massive subsidies any more to polluters of all kinds whether conventional farmers, fossil fuel business or chemical companies like Monsanto. In the big picture, organic farmers are the ones who should be receiving subsidies ...

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The Challenge of Cookie Cutter Consumerism and Development

Posted by biofield on December 10, 2013 at 8:25 PM

One of the major problems in North America is that  suburban houses are designed to be bastions of consumerism. LFrom a permaculture perspecitve, They only suck energy (like vampires ) from the environment - giving little in return.The good news is if those houses or apartment buildings were designed to incorporate natural elements i.e sacred geometry, better lighting, more edible gardens in their front and backyards, indoors, on the balcony, and perhaps even on the roof they would not b...

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Culture versus Law and Science in Activism

Posted by biofield on November 20, 2013 at 4:25 PM

We try to use weapons of Law and Science against Monsanto. By itself that is sometimes a long and slow road - 40 years in the making. But the weapon of culture is sometimes the most powerful card. I envy the Mexicans if they are now succeeding with that culture card .

In Canada and the US , we are overrun with the culture-destroying Anglo Saxon business mentality which is all about "War,Dominance and Manipulation" at the expense of culture. It may even have a conscious intent to destro...

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The Gene Revolution; GMO Free Langley Shines

Posted by biofield on June 26, 2013 at 5:45 PM

The Gene Revolution with Dr. Thierry Vrain; GMO Free Langley Shines

by Raoul Bedi, BASc

Also published with full photos and videos at :  


Dr.Vrain spoke about “The Future of Agriculture” at T...

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Food Revolution Summit Interview with Vandana Shiva

Posted by biofield on April 30, 2013 at 6:30 PM

Food Revolution Summit Interview with Vandana Shiva

By Raoul Bedi, BASc


The past few months has seen a massive shift in the “tectonic plates” of the food rights and Food Security movement not only in Canada but in the larger North American context. Some might say that it all began with the narrow defeat (voter irregularities aside) of the Proposition 37 R...

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BC Fresh Milk Conference Was a Milestone (Part 1 of 2

Posted by biofield on April 10, 2013 at 2:20 AM

BC Fresh Milk Conference Was a Milestone for the Movement (Part 1 of 2 )

by Raoul Bedi , BASc                                                         &#...

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Indoctrination at Health Canada and Universities

Posted by biofield on March 1, 2013 at 3:20 PM

The indoctrination in medical universities in Canada runs very deep in medical colleges for the past 80 years. Everything is only viewed as a "War on Bacteria" or a "War on Viruses". Although things may be changing slowly now for new batches of medical students finally, all of the so-called "experts" that Health Canada currently consults with are trained in old paradigm thinking. Over a 10 year period they probably only received 1-4 hours of training about nutrition and natural immunit...

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The IN'S and OUTS of Comment-Making on Blogs

Posted by biofield on June 3, 2012 at 9:15 PM

The In’s and Out’s of Comment-Making                                by Raoul Bedi

Dated : June 3, 2012

What is fascinating in any shared blog  is if one were to make a general analysis of the comments (not commenters ) in an established blog , 4 broad classifications emerge :

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