LETTERS: Concerns about biodiversity

I’ll vote for a political party willing to change government mandate to work for the people and not for corporations.

Editor:

I’ll vote for a political party willing to change government mandate to work for the people and not for corporations.

A government bold enough to confront issues such as the corn monster, the largest monoculture on the planet, eliminating the Earth’s biodiversity, leaving a wake of infertile soil and polluted waters with its (2006 estimate), 80 million acres or 125,000 square miles and use of a minimum of 20 million barrels of oil per year in petroleum-based pesticides and fertilizers.

If the corn fields were in one location it would take 250 days to drive at 500 miles per day, one side, and probably two vehicles and

1,000 days to drive the whole perimeter.

Corn-fed fish and processed algae are not my idea of a wholesome diet.

Upping our health standards to not allow the allowed contaminants in consumer goods.

Read the warnings. “This product has chemicals known to cause cancer and birth defects” could be among them.

Illness prevention such as clean air, water, soil. Testing for ionizing electromagnetic, radio and radioactive frequencies that are undeniably present as the symptom, cancer is epidemic.

By creating dependents such as health issues, mental health issues, unemployment, we Canadians will forever be in debt, allowing, the money lenders to own us.

Making geo-climate engineering and warfare illegal, the biggest contributor to CO2’s, toxins and extinction.

Disagreements should be discussed.

Yes, stopping corporate global destruction of our valuable habitat, the polluting of our waters and diminishing quality of our air as well species are endangered, is a priority.

There is an emptiness in the air of Rose Lake not as the gunk-gunk sound of the American bitten no longer fills the quiet with it’s mysterious cull.

A reminder that not only where we live is important to protect but elsewhere is just as important to a migrating species.

No matter where you live or where you are from, it is one Earth.

Ellen Nevalainen

Williams Lake