Pikin Sranan has been offered to provide online lessons at the agricultural college in Flevoland to teach the TOP Transparent Organic Planting method to young entrepreneurs in the agricultural sector in the Netherlands. I hope that we in Suriname understand that there is enough local knowledge and that we do not always need foreigners to come here and carry out their environmentally polluting practices with the help of politicians who do not even respect the local framework, let alone accommodate them! Foreign land destroyers are more likely to be welcomed and given swaths of land to start destroying the environment!
Local chemical farmers welcome this because the poisoning must continue. Well, when a municipality in the Netherlands comes with an offer and request to a Surinamese farmer together with professors, I feel appreciated. Unfortunately, the appreciation now comes from abroad.
Suriname wake up! The youth has the future !
The Amazon region belongs to all Surinamese people and not just the indigenous people!
Don’t sell your land for a little change, it’s for generations to come!
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