Moms Across America Premieres
People Protecting Food Safety
A Japanese Film with a Huge Impact on the American Food Supply
The Japanese government owns the largest grain distribution center in the world. It is based in Convent, Louisiana, USA.
The distribution center Zen Noh Agriculture purchases hundreds of millions of pounds, over four billion US dollars worth of GMO and non-GMO grains annually, from American farmers and ships them to China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and South East Asia.
In other words, the Japanese government owns an outsized stake in the American midwest agriculture system. This is why American Presidents and corporations put enormous pressure on the Japanese government to accept our GMO grains sprayed with glyphosate. The Japanese government, in response to the US and Monsanto’s demands, drastically deregulated glyphosate. Japan’s allowable levels of glyphosate residues are as much as 95% higher than China’s. As a result, Monsanto’s and US grain products have had not only devastating health effects on the people living in Japan but on America as well.
No other market, not even the American mothers, is as intricately connected to the American agriculture system as the Japanese.
The fact is that if the US government was responsible for safe food production, they would not produce toxic GMO crops and export them to any country. And if the Japanese government was responsible for the safety of their people, they would not allow them into their country. The political pressure from the USA is enormous, though. Will the people triumph in protecting their food supply?
November 3, 2022, we are thrilled to present the Japanese film “People Protecting Food Safety,” produced by Masahiko Yamada, a lawyer and former Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, in collaboration with director Masaki Haramura. This film was produced with the support of Moms Across America’s director Zen Honeycut, connecting many American experts such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a lawyer who sued Monsanto, Dwayne “Lee” Johnson, a plaintiff who won his lawsuit against Monsanto, a scientist Ignacio Chapera Professor, University of California, Berkeley, and Montana farmer Roy Benjamin and family.
Join us as we present in America for the first time, “People Protecting Food Safety,” through an online screening. Find out how Monsanto influenced the Japanese government and the Japanese people are actively fighting a takeover of their seed and food supply. See how their fight is our fight, and the winners must be the children of both our countries.
For the sake of the future of our planet, support the spreading of awareness about the importance of clean, safe, and non-toxic food.
Register for the premier viewing in America of the Japanese film "People Protecting Food Safety," Thursday, November 3, at 7 pm ET (Duration time: 103 minutes)
Will be followed by a brief Q&A with Zen Honeycutt of Moms Across America.
The film will be shown online via Zoom.
Register in advance for this premiere:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.