Ginger Taylor of Health Choice and Paul Gautschi from the film Back to Eden
This Saturday's super double-feature show starts off with an in-depth discussion with a great vaccine choice and health freedom advocate. Ginger Taylor (www.healthchoice.org) of Health Choice is an author, speaker, new media writer and activist. She blogs on the politics of autism, health, vaccination, informed consent and both corporate and government corruption. Ginger was honored with the Health Freedom Hero Award for 2014 from the National Health Federation for her work on health choice and parental rights. She will discuss with us the current situation in the campaign toward global forced vaccination, in her own state of Maine and across the country, as well as her work for health freedom.
Then for the second part of this week's show, we will talk with Paul Gautschi, star of the film Back to Eden. This incredible movie (www.backtoedenfilm.com) showcases a new, but very old and basic, way to produce some of the highest quality fresh food on the planet. There's a good chance you can do it yourself to some degree wherever you may live, even in cities, and you can do it even in a planting box on concrete, or on a roof.
Ending GMOs (not just labeling them, which is not enough) will not ultimately help us UNLESS we create a true renaissance of new small family farms, that are organic in the true sense of the word, worldwide, and we have to do it right now, no more waiting.
Because of the vital nature of this issue, that is discussed almost nowhere compared to the many discussions occurring on GMOs and farming with poisons, this episode with Paul Gautschi will be the first of a series, and he will be back again soon to answer questions from interested listeners.