Kiss the ground documentary: Anyone see it?

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  1. MarkDarvin

    MarkDarvin Well-Known Member

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    If you hadn't cancelled your netflix over the cuties debacle, have you seen this movie? I just started it. Woody Harrelson narrates it, and Ray Archuletta is featured right outta the chute.

    No verdict yet. Like I said, just starting it here...
     
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    Haven't heard of it, but it sounds like something I would like.

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    I added it to my list this last week. Going to check it out. Looks interesting see how it goes


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  4. MarkDarvin

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    Well, I just finished it. It starts out well with a positive message of what can be done with a little understanding of science. Then about 1/3 of the way into it, they veer into the doom of modern ag, then the big tear jerker and call for hope at the end. It led me to this conclusion...

    The movement is too big and too complex to be led by any one person. It's poisoned by opportunists (communists, eugenicists, politicians, celebrities, short cutters) and the uneducated. It's a freight train running wide open with no conductor.

    Wasn't too long ago, Al Gore told us we had to eliminate all animals. The vegans wanna touch off another dust bowl and kill all the wildlife. The composters sequester no carbon whatsoever. All lack honesty or understanding, or both.
     
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    I saw it just a week ago. If you have the chance it's worth the watch. I feel they had some fair points....but it's not as easy as they make it sound. I feel there are things we can do to help the situation. However.....how do you stop the destruction/loss of habitat in South America and Africa and they desire to develop as nations? We did the same thing a few 100 years ago.....when we cut down the forests and fenced off and plowed under the prairie.
     
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    It would stop in a heartbeat if we quit paying them to do it. Grow the food here and quit importing stuff from there, and there is nobody to write the checks for the dozers. This planet could grow 20 times the amount of food we have now if we needed it, the market supported it, and the government allowed it. If potatoes or tomatoes went to $20/lb, we could up global output by 5x without displacing 1 acre of traditional farm or pasture land.
     
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    I just read a scary article (that I'm now quoting) about how all the biggest global players are planning the Great Re-set (complete with land grab and animal product imitation game) in which globalization is the key, and climate change and ‘sustainability’ — now cleverly linked to pandemic fears and climate change — will turn the lock.
    This article details how some of the world's biggest corporations like MasterCard, Walmart, Amazon, Unilever, Danone, and Starbucks are pushing the Net Zero Initiative movement at the United Nations Biodiversity Summit that's planning to adopt targets of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to “restore” (re-wild) 30% of the earth’s land as Protected Areas by 2030 and 50% by 2050 (take farmland out of production by paying off landowners).
    Also, these corporations are planning a public re-education initiative to persuade people to stop eating meat and dairy and eat rice and beans. The Great Re-set, according to Survival International, “will be the biggest land grab in world history and will reduce hundreds of millions of people to landless poverty.”

    https://agmoos.com/2020/09/27/dairy...on-table-where-big-players-plan-great-re-set/
     
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    Those are the hijackers.
     
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    When the “Great Reset” happens I will have already been reduced to fertilizer, but I have a stinking suspicion that befoe that happens there will be the “Great Revolution”. We ain’t as stupid as some would think. At least I hope not.
     
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    Sorry, didn't mean to hijack your thread. The content seemed on topic.
     
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    No, not you. I'm talking the resetters. Other than a few farmers and Ray, the people at the podiums don't give shit one about food, nutrition, and the environment. They are @$$ suckers there trying to get rich, or famous, or carry out their wish to depopulate the earth.
     
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