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Fight debt slavery! 5 Steps to freedom!

25 November 2012, 20:42
1. Total Corporate control over food production.

This is done through patenting seeds like maize, fruit like bananas and the perennial tomato amongst others.

What this means is through patenting and "terminator seeds,"humanity will no longer be able to produce their own seed and propagate from their own harvest for the next season, because all food produce will be owned by a corporation.

Solution
: Start your own vegetable garden and plant fruit trees. Self empower you family and the ability to feed yourselves.

Stock up on non-genetically modified seeds.

Norway has it's own storage facility, so can each and everyone of us on an individual basis. You are what you eat, reject products containing genetically modified ingredients.

For more information see:  http://www.acbio.org.za/

2. Total Corporate control over Energy.

Debt slavery to offshore corporate giants and local investors who have got a healthy kick backs.

The installation of highly expensive nuclear power stations costing the country billions. 300 in fact, but it will be an on going debt with compounding interest that has to be paid on the loan with ongoing increases in the cost of electricity bills lining the pockets of the corporates. 

Solution
: Go solar, it is cheap and sunshine (so far any way ) is still free.

And you will not have to pay anyone after it is installed.

Germany has very successfully gone solar and Japan intends leading a world wide revolution to close down dangerous and expensive Nuclear Power Stations across the globe. Or even go one step better. appeal to the South African government to accept Keshe technology which has already been accepted by most major countries around the world.

See: Minister of Energy/ Helen Zille D.A./ The Sunday Times/ CSIR: Negotiations with the Keshe Foundation http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/minister-of-energy-helen-zille-d-a-the-sunday-times-csir-negotiations-with-the-keshe-foundation

3. Total Corporate control over our roads.

E-Tolls are a criminal system that creates a debt driven ( literally ) society that makes certain people billionaires and the rest of us poor.

This is not just a case of the Toll fees paying for the freeway and for repairs, it is a system that creates on going wealth at the expense of the motorist to the tune of millions over and above the initial costs. Most notably  Austrian company Kapsch and Tolplan boss Willie Pienaar .

For full details see: Taking their toll: How a cosy club dominates SA's toll road empire http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2012/11/25/taking-their-toll-how-a-cosy-club-dominates-sa-s-toll-road-empire

Solution:
 Refuse to pay the Gauteng E Toll. Demand that the Government take out an interest free loan from the South African Reserve bank, pay off the total cost and add on a tax on fuel that will expire when the debt is repaid.

4. Open and Honest Government.

Our journalists and other whistle blowers are being threatened by the secrecy bill which can and will throw whistle blowers in jail, under national security, especially when and if they expose corruption by government ministers and their puppet masters, the banks, corporations, the IMF to hide illegal deals that are only of benefit to themselves and are designed to turn South Africans into debt slaves.

The arms deal scandal being one example. Demand that every deal that involves the public sector is fully disclosed in the Media, the investors, the cost and where the profits will go .

See: Editorial: Secrecy Bill same old ugly in spite of concessions - In the little death of democracy that is the finalisation of the secrecy Bill, there is a kernel of hope - an invigorated civil society.

http://mg.co.za/article/2012-11-23-00-editorial-secrecy-bill-same-old-ugly-in-spite-of-concessions

Solution:
 Start your own on-line news reports, make a blog, create you tube videos, if we all become whistle blowers, they cannot put the whole country in jail and support the Right to Know Campaign

http://www.r2k.org.za

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