Why you shouldn’t buy biodynamic vegetables

I thought this excellent piece by Helen over at ‘Stop Steiner in Stroud’ was a good example of how Anthroposophic doctrine affects individuals at the local level. Until Steiner/Waldorf thoroughly explain how and why they have changed their doctrine, practices and staff for the better, it is impossible for non-white people to feel other than ‘othered’ around Anthroposophic institutions. for more on Biodynamics, please see my post here: https://nicknakorn.wordpress.com/2010/07/13/can-we-trust-the-soil-association/

Stop Steiner in Stroud

Someone said to me on Sunday, “Who cares what Rudolf Steiner said a century ago?”

Well here is an example of what can happen when so-called “teachers”, trained in anthroposophy are trusted to care for and educate the children of unsuspecting parents. It’s not new, but there are many other such descriptions from shocked and disappointed parents.

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The people I was talking to can see nothing wrong with financially supporting the Steiner movement by buying biodynamic vegetables. They don’t believe that local Steiner people today share the beliefs of the Austrian mystic. Well, they do, as Richard House illustrated rather well in his letter to the SNJ just 2 weeks ago.

People find employment in this area by running anthroposophical businesses such as biodynamic farms, and often whole families are involved, working in other aspects of Steiner, such as kindergartens, colleges, camphill communities, schools, publishing, therapies, art groups and so-called medicine. It is…

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2 Responses to Why you shouldn’t buy biodynamic vegetables

  1. Sharon Lombard says:

    It’s not just biodynamic vegetables, here in the US Whole Foods grocery store is stocking more and more biodynamic products. I have been boycotting biodynamic products for almost twenty years and have been noticing the rise of availability here in the US. I think we need to write letters to Whole Foods and alert customers of the facts until Anthroposophy as a movement deals adequately with their racist doctrine and deals with prospective Waldorf parents openly.

  2. Nick Nakorn says:

    I agree, it would be good to pressure the retailers too. The number of Anthroposophic organisations and businesses is vast.

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