They say that science is deciphering the information code of
life, and that now multinational companies intend to cultivate
life in their laboratories, so that it does not run around wild
and unharnessed, squandering colour and gaiety with the coming of
spring. But life is music. It has its own notes, and its rhythm
and cadence, and its melodies. And it is a powerful and playful
magic force that moves our heart and our feet, and our very soul.
And life, like music, was made to spill over and flow freely, a
gift to poor and to the powerful alike. There are a thousand
tunes in this world, for those wanting to listen. And each tune
is a little piece of the soul of people and - just like life -
cannot be cultivated in the laboratory of a multinational
company. For this very reason, now that capital wants to
appropriate the notes that compose the diverse songs of life, we
need to join efforts, and stop it."|
Indigenous People's Biodiversity Network.