: "Local people all over the world know from experience which mushrooms are
: poisonous and which are not," she says. "We've lost that ability."
Which I reckon is a very good reason for the revitalisation of survivalism within left-wing circles, the supermarkets that liberate on one hand with their easier than thought recipes and in-seconds-meals actively debilitate on the other hand because child grow up thinking that chips come from a bag rather than a potato and what would we all do if the corporate bastards decided to blackmail us by with holding food?
Like in the slight chance of successful syndicalist general strike, who would starve first? Yeah that's right the workers.
: Russell Mokhiber is editor of the Washington, D.C.-based Corporate Crime
: Reporter. Robert Weissman is editor of the Washington, D.C.-based
: Multinational Monitor. They are co-authors of Corporate Predators: The Hunt
: for MegaProfits and the Attack on Democracy (Monroe, Maine: Common Courage
: Press, 1999, http://www.corporatepredators.org)
I'm just going to have to check those out, I've no choice but to pay attention to this kind of thing, I find it shocking that even the most convinced conservative or neo-liberal doesnt feel likewise, afterall they are supposed to be for individual freedom.