Planet for Sale – The New World Agricultural Order (Full Version)

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2011 – In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, investors, leaders from around the world, and globalist bankers are buying up farmland at an alarming rate.  Investors and bankers see farmland for what it is – a commodity producing income source less subject to the turmoil of derivative markets.  Politicians, in a new form of colonialism, are buying up farmland in other countries to secure their countries’ food supply.   The effect?  Subsistence farmers are losing their land and their way of life is being priced out of existence as the New World Agricultural Order unfolds.

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Planned Obsolescence

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“Planned Obsolescence” is a documentary made by Eva Vidal and Carla Casado, two sixteen-year-old International Baccalaureate students at Colegio Montserrat in Barcelona, Spain. It covers the history of companies intentionally designing products that would break or become obsolete so that consumers would have to buy their products more frequently. What impact does planned obsolescence have on society and on the environment? How much control have corporations gained over us through their omnipresent advertising and forced reliance on their new products that must replace the discarded?
 

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