Seed War In Ghana
The war on indigenous seeds either in Afrika or anywhere else in the world, is not only evil and wicked, but demonic and should be pushed back with every iota of our strength. To criminalize anyone for planting, sharing or selling the seeds which they have known all their lives, because some greedy sons of wickedness think they have rights to patent a variety of it, is nothing but evil and should be stopped. Humanity should not go down this road of self-destruction. Stopping this madness is not just for a few people or organizations but for everyone of good will and conscience. Our future depends on it. #Loveseeds #Protectseeds #Saveseeds To donate to our fundraising, please use the link below: https://tinyurl.com/FundMsingi
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