Sunday, July 14, 2024
Chris Judd

Food sovereignty

“A country that cannot feed itself is a very weak country.”
During World War II the thought was instilled in the mind of every European when their food supply was cut off by the enemy and any good food found was quickly channeled to the opposition’s army.
After World War II was over, those countries swore that they would never starve again. Europe has never left themselves at the mercy of other countries to supply them with food since.

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