Fresh Food, Yes! with Jeffrey Smith

“You can’t just eat good food. You’ve got to talk about it too. And you’ve got to talk about it to somebody who understands that kind of food.”
~ Kurt Vonnegut

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This week on The Solari Report, Jeffrey Smith joins us again for the latest on protecting your access to affordable fresh food

Jeffrey is the founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology and producer of the award winning documentary Genetic Roulette, winner of the Solari 2012 Movie of the Year. His books include: Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating, which is the world’s bestseller on GMOs; and Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods, which is the authoritative work on GMO health dangers.

As the leading consumer advocate working to protect you from the documented dangers of GMOs, Jeffrey is going to update us on the latest efforts by organic farmers, communities and activists in North America and globally and discuss what we can each do to ensure our personal food freedom. Always entertaining and rich with practical suggestions, Jeffrey is one guest you do not want to miss!

In Let’s Go to the Movies, I ask Jeffrey to comment on the Appleton, Wisconsin experience as described in this brief documentary, Impact of Healthy Food.  This video is a must see.







In Money & Markets this week I will discuss current events in the financial and news world. Make sure you post your questions on the blog or send by e-mail!

“Talk” to you on Thursday!

 

3 Comments

  1. Hey Catherine,

    Great and level headed analysis as usual! I’ve changed many of my perspectives and financial decisions based on you and your team’s analysis. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you!

    I was wondering your thoughts on the ‘tiny house movement’. My wife and I just sold our condo in the Atlanta area (hallelujah!) and actually made a little cash (hallelujah!).! Along the lines of your mantra of “permanently reducing one’s overhead” and my absolute disdain for the thought of “buying” another mortgage in such “slow burn” economic times, I started taking an interest in the tiny house movement about a year and a half ago. I was intrigued at the way people were designing these things, building them and then living debt free or something close to it. My wife and I are debt free and desperately want to stay that way. We see so many things in the tiny house movement that are in line with the way the Solari community is trying to live (i.e. lowering overhead, freeing more time to build community, jettisoning the matrix of working for corporate america, growing our own food).

    Here’s the the tiny home design we’re probably going to build: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSzgh3D7-Q0

    Not bad for $33,000 completely decked out, eh? I’ve heard of people building them for under $20,000 and even under $10,000 using mostly reclaimed materials.

    So, we’re in the process of figuring it out and I was wondering if you or if anyone else in the Solari community had looked into it and what your thoughts were.

    Keep the great content coming and come and see us in Atlanta!

    All the best,

    Brad Long

  2. Brad,

    I watched this video and noted that there is little provision for anything but cold or comfortable weather. No fans visible and certainly no a/c. Are you staying in Atlanta? If so, you would probably want to make some modifications for a/c. The nice thing about a tiny home is that it is so little space to cool or heat.

    Do you have the land picked out? Have you already willowed your belongings so that they would fit in that space? He didn’t have enough clothes to work at a job for someone else…1 pair of jeans!?! Are you in that situation?

    I really like the idea.

    Cindy

  3. I’ve heard you mention personally-directed electronic-EMF energy being used against you when you were having legal problems, and that it is probably not being used against Greenwald/Snowden. I have also read that is being used against anti-establishment media speakers and less know people under the name “targeted individuals.” I would be interested in knowing if you would talk more about this: what exactly is it and can be protected against it.,

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