Questioning grand narratives of the past is important, and in recent years, we have witnessed a deliberate attack on national values by those who wish to destroy merit and excellence in heritage.
These groups, influenced by cultural marxist dogmas and the progression of critical theory, gnaw away at collective self-respect by rewriting history to be seen as unrelieved doom, oppression and failure.
When one begins truly attempting to see the world for what it is, they are likely to discover some rather uncomfortable facts about this reality.
It is easy to focus on the conclusion of one chain of research, but when we incorporate that conclusion as the premise of a new line of thinking, only then can we begin to rebuild our perceptions.
The modern world food system has led to the eviction of millions of families from their land, transformed the way in which countries farm and allowed a monopoly of resource control to grow.
Citizens across the world must personally reclaim a food system that has effectively been corporatised, to the great detriment of health, the planet and democracy.