vendredi 7 février 2014

Sauver l'agriculture paysanne en Pologne ...

Avec tous les tracteurs dans la vidéo qui ne dure que 6 minutes 52 secondes, on dirait Notre Dame-des Landes ou encore Saint Nicolas-du-Tertre. Pas besoin de lire les sous-titres en anglais du document. Les images parlent toutes seules. La bataille fait rage en Pologne pour sauver l'agriculture paysanne. Une réglementation industrielle draconienne imposée par le gouvernement à Varsovie cherche à détruire toutes les filières des produits artisanaux du terroir pour chasser une bonne partie des 1,5 millions des paysans de leurs terres. Sir Julian Rose et Jadwiga Lopata de ICPPC - International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside - demandant que les personnes écrivent quelques mots de soutien/protestation au premier ministre polonais avec copie en Cci. pour Merci d'agir et de faire suivre ce message à vos contacts. Bien à vous Paul Matthews

Contact to Prime Minister :
Premier Rządu RP Donald Tusk, Secretariat of the Prime Minister
Aleje Ujazdowskie 1/3, 00-583 Warszawa, Poland
fax: +48 (22) 694 70 53

Friends ! FILM: (6 minutes 52 seconds)

Here  in  Poland  the  battle  to  save Polish farmland from corporate
buy-outs' continues. But that's not all the Polish farmers are up against...See link to film below. Tractors have been blockading government institutions from 14 January...

Regulations that  the  Warsaw  government  has  imposed over the years have  made  it  virtually impossible  to  sell  farm  processed foods to local shops, schools or private individuals. The only way farmers can conform with the hygiene and sanitary regulations imposed from above, is by carrying out their simple processing tasks in specially designed and equipped buildings that none can afford to build or to adapt.. except the very large producers supplying the food industry and supermarkets. Yes, that's right - it's all about destroying the competition - which in this case is the small and medium sized independent family farms that produce the best foods!

There are still one and a half million such farms in Poland!

ICPPC is supporting the protesting farmers to highlight this grossly unfair treatment of all who wish to provide fine quality, flavourful and 'real' farmhouse-foods in their own localities.
You too can be part of this vital protest...

Join in - by sending a brief letter in support of the farmers to Prime Minister Tusk urging him to change the regulations so that family  farmers can sell their products locally! And send a copy of your letter to us here at ICPPC - . Thanks!

Contact to Prime Minister:
Premier Rządu RP Donald Tusk, Secretariat of the Prime Minister
Aleje Ujazdowskie 1/3, 00-583 Warszawa, Poland
fax: +48 (22) 694 70 53


You can donate to our activities here

With greetings, Jadwiga and Julian

ICPPC - International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside,
34-146 Stryszów 156, Poland tel./fax +48 33 8797114

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