i wish this kind of straightforward advocacy - for proven food systems that feed the world without the horrific baggage of cultural genocide, chemical-industrial ecocide, and the petrochemical industrial agriculture, deforestation and soil-mining that generate climate chaos - would generate the most engagement from the commenting community here.
It's such a potent angle on the primary issues of the rule of capital, the role of corporations, the failures of "Western liberal democracy," and the need to find "social operating systems" that harmonize with nature's operating systems, while reversing ecological dis-integration, restoring cultural integrity, and (not least!) moving millions of tons of carbon back into the soil and biomass.
i know folks here are excited about presidential politics... but the world moves, and history is driven, much more so by mass movements of people defending their lives and communities and challenging existing power arrangements, than by "great men" or women who "brilliantly lead" the masses into change.
GRAIN and La Via Campesina are to be blessed, and supported, for their consistent work to give voice to the billions of people involved in community-based intensive horticulture and agriculture - "peasants," "campesinos," "undeveloped" rural peoples around the world, the majority of whom are women, who STILL feed the majority of the world's people.