We sent this letter to the Members of Parliament of the Government of Canada, regarding GMO alfalfa:
Ladies and Gentlemen,
You have been duped. Chemical agricultural companies such as Monsanto have persuaded you into supporting a monopolistic, tyrannical, pseudo-scientific agenda that punishes Canadian farmers and consumers alike.
Not only are measures such as approving genetically-modified alfalfa inimical to the present health of our environment and society, they are planting the literal seeds of destruction for the future.
There are many reliable and competent scientific sources that denounce genetically modified organisms with a mountain of valid evidence. These sources can provide you with data and arguments that prove the utter folly of your present course.
We urge you to fulfill your duty by fully searching out the matter and becoming responsibly informed, not taking only the fox’s word that he can ably guard the henhouse. As it stands, you are spreading destruction in your ignorance and negligence.
Victor and Marilyn Hafichuk
– March 21, 2011
Why did not President Obama tell the people that without the Son, we can do nothing? Does he know that the electorate does not want to hear that? Does he realize that the people would rather have a hero than a Savior? Does he realize that they would sooner identify with him than with Jesus Christ? Or is it true that President Obama is a Muslim, and as such, does not believe that God has a Son?
I do not wish to put my trust in man’s assurance that he, at a price and to his profit, will grudgingly compensate me for losses should calamity strike. Rather, I wish to put my trust in the One Who, for my sake, freely prevents damage.
Democracy can be almost synonymous with Christianity in the minds of many. Take the political “religious right” in the United States, for example, which holds sacred the ideal of a democratic republic. The truth is that democracy (whether in the form of a republic or not) is a Gentile government, not theocratic, and therefore not Christian.