Money or People

Why is there organic food and non-organic food?

Is it because organic food is healthier and more nutritious?

It is easy enough to see that it is. Benefits of organic foods

Then we come back to the original question.

Why is there a food class that is healthier than the other food class?

If organic food is healthier, then why do we allow the government and corporations to produce less healthy foods?

Economics someone says?

There you go.

We allow it because money.

Just like the arguments to protect the economy versus caring for elderly and disabled that the coronavirus has brought about. The choice is money or life.

How can a sane human live to 40 years or more and not see the destruction of and disregard for life?

To paraphrase Terence McKenna, “You have to be a complete idiot to buy-in to it. Scandals are recycled, philosophical issues are recycled. Once you’ve been through about 3 cycles of this you realize it’s a joke.”

I do not recognize these creatures as human anymore.

I fear that the only humans left are indigenous peoples.

Is it Capitalism?

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You see a good amount of information on the problems and viability of capitalism. That is the best that we can do, it appears, as far as finding a root cause problem of the existence we are creating. If you subscribe to the ideas that people need food, shelter, and clothing then there is a desire to figure out why some have so, so much and others barely are able to feed and clothe themselves.

A ‘rational’ conclusion would then be the economics or the methodology of the “social science concerned with the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services” of our created existence.

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