January 12, 2011
The August 1986 issue of Instauration magazine provides most of the material for Jamie Kelso’s January 12, 2011 program. In this issue the sprouting idea of saving “heirloom seeds” was being advanced by White farmers in the upper Midwest. This leads to a discussion of seed banks. Seed banks’ rhetoric extolls the critical need to preserve irreplaceable genetic biodiversity among vegetable seeds. It points out that 75% of such diversity has been permanently lost since 1900. That’s shocking. Kelso sees this correct notion of preserving heirloom seed stock in plants as being a perfect paradigm for popularizing the even more vital necessity of preserving the uniquely diverse genetic seed stock of our White peoples.
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