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December, 2023

  • 18 December

    THE ANTI MASKS, VACCINES AND LOCKDOWN PROTEST PART 2

    In the midst of a friendly protest captured on video, a diverse group of individuals voiced their concerns regarding various COVID-19 measures, particularly masks and vaccines. The dialogue unfolded as participants shared their perspectives on the ongoing pandemic, mistrust in the official narratives and a desire for individual freedoms. One ...

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  • 18 December

    THE ANTI MASKS, VACCINES AND LOCKDOWN PROTEST PART 1

    In the midst of a friendly protest captured on video, a diverse group of individuals voiced their concerns regarding various COVID-19 measures, particularly masks and vaccines. The dialogue unfolded as participants shared their perspectives on the ongoing pandemic, mistrust in the official narratives and a desire for individual freedoms. One ...

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  • 7 December

    JOHN TURNER SERIES 1 : WILD MAN OF AFRICA IN THE GREAT KRUGER PART 2

    In the heart of the untamed African wilderness, John Turner and Judy engage in a profound discussion amid the serene ambiance of the Great Kruger. Surrounded by the sounds of nature, from the playful chatter of starling, they reflect on the invaluable lessons that the wilderness imparts. The conversation unfolds ...

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  • 7 December

    JOHN TURNER SERIES 1 : WILD MAN OF AFRICA IN THE GREAT KRUGER PART 1

    In the heart of the untamed African wilderness, John Turner and Judy engage in a profound discussion amid the serene ambiance of the Great Kruger. Surrounded by the sounds of nature, from the playful chatter of starlings, they reflect on the invaluable lessons that the wilderness imparts. The conversation unfolds ...

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  • 5 December

    THEO DE JAGER – EMPOWERING FAMILY FARMS IN AGRICULTURE PART 8

    He shared a compelling story about his efforts to organize pastoralist communities in East Africa, focusing on the challenges faced in bridging the gap between traditional cattle herders and crop farmers. The timeless clash between these groups, exemplified by the Maasai and Kikuyu communities in Kenya and Tanzania, centers on ...

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  • 5 December

    THEO DE JAGER – EMPOWERING FAMILY FARMS IN AGRICULTURE PART 7

    Theo de Jager, a prominent figure in South African agriculture, paints a vivid picture of the challenges and opportunities facing farmers not only in his home country but across the African continent. At the heart of his narrative is the contentious issue of land expropriation without compensation, a policy that ...

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  • 5 December

    THEO DE JAGER – EMPOWERING FAMILY FARMS IN AGRICULTURE PART 6

    Theo de Jager discusses the potential opportunities for South African farmers in Africa, emphasizing the need to view it as a chance for growth rather than competition. He highlights the vast underutilized land and groundwater resources in Africa, presenting the continent as a wealthy region waiting to be unlocked. De ...

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  • 5 December

    THEO DE JAGER – EMPOWERING FAMILY FARMS IN AGRICULTURE PART 5

    Theo de Jager engages in a discussion with Judy Sole, addressing various topics related to farming, agriculture, and the challenges faced by farmers in the modern world. The conversation delves into the critical issue of soil health and its impact on plant and human health. They explore the idea that ...

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  • 5 December

    THEO DE JAGER EMPOWERING FAMILY FARMS IN AGRICULTURE PART 4

    Judy Sole and Theo de Jager engage in a thought-provoking conversation about the intersection of farming practices, environmental impact, and the implications for human health. They explore the intricate relationship between soil health, plant growth, and the well-being of both farmers and consumers. The dialogue delves into the historical context ...

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  • 5 December

    THEO DE JAGER EMPOWERING FAMILY FARMS IN AGRICULTURE PART 3

    Judy Sole and Theo de Jager engaged in a thought-provoking conversation on the intricate connections between soil health, plant growth, and human well-being. They delved into the historical use of antibiotics and the evolving understanding of gut biome, drawing parallels to the health of soil. The discussion touched upon the ...

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