Farms are being bought up by the Chinese and billionaires but not necessarily to increase viable food production. This concerning trend is decimating the agricultural industry to allegedly meet climate and carbon goals. Of course, this is not being reported by the mainstream media, who instead talk about overpopulation as a reason why so many people in the world are starving. Furthermore, John Kerry insists America needs to follow the World Economic Forum’s blueprint for eradicating farming to meet the “Green New Deal” goals laid out by the global elites. The agenda of these wealthy pseudo-environmentalists is to not only create genetically modified foods but to eliminate the cattle and poultry industry which eventually culls the human population with plausible deniability. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about HARVEST HOME.
This morning I was scrolling through my cell phone news feed and stumbled upon an Interview with Tommy Thayer, and Eric Singer, the lead guitar player and drummer of KISS. They were talking about the band and some of the older bands that they both loved when growing up.
They commented on what was missing in rock and roll today and the thing that stood out to me was the rebelliousness that all of us old rockers shared back in the ’70s and ’80s.
It was a rebellion of sticking it to the man — and not being so trusting of authority. As I was listening to the interview I wondered — “what has gone wrong?”
Where is that rebellion? Does it still exist somewhere? I have a listener who is a liberal who I talk with all the time and have grown to respect — and he always points out when I show my “punk rock” attitude on the air.. and I must admit I still have it.
But I also have respect for things that I grew up with — mostly the reality that my family was all farmers. My Grandfathers and Grandmothers ran farms. My Uncle Ray was a Farmer, and I even lived with him in Idaho, when I ran away from home when I was ten.
My dad raised rabbits — and would sell them to local butcher shops –where they would sell them as a delicacy.
When I was a Boy Scout — my farming and agricultural merit badges were some of the first I obtained.
But living in mostly rural areas — me and my friends were always the outcasts — rocking to heavy metal and raising hell.
In Utah — we were most definitely rebellious and were at the time liberal and when you’re young, that is what you do.
But sadly – gone are the old hellraisers on the left stickin’ it to the man. Instead, you have a bunch of woke lunatics looking to extricate themselves from moral responsibility by signaling their righteousness, rather than embodying it.
They would rather burn down tradition than uphold it.
The new so-called activism, for want of a better word, has become an assembly point for a fire drill. A part-time hobby for those on the cultural backwaters who mistake hoaxes for reality and other people’s misfortune as their personal consolation.
These Innocent fun and games aside, however, the rebranding of groupthink into advocacy has caused the corporate power which activists mistake for social cohesion, to destroy the values they misjudge themselves custodians of.
Without a bone of contention for the government, today’s activists are essentially doing for civil society what lobbyists do for politicians.
What should be a dichotomy of opposing ideologies is an entanglement of vested interest. For the first time in history, the polarising ideals of ordinary people and the predator class have been lumped together, the former doing the unofficial bidding of the latter.
I see a lot of this in Portland Oregon where I live, and it makes me want to just stay home and avoid people — I just can’t stand to watch people become activists for things that are counterintuitive to social cohesion.
It’s not so much that a good crisis is irresistible to those lacking in imagination, it’s that people’s legitimate grievances with a broken system are being used to smooth out its creases and harden their resolve of its empire, it’s that the real issues get triangulated into manufactured crisis, and it’s that the incessant handwringing of a select few super-spreaders of official rhetoric, drown-out any sensible demands for positive, tangible change. On this crooked path to reform, you have more of the same government causing many of the same problems.
But now we have to deal with a new health crisis — that has been so named by the elite — it is Climate Change of course and the idea that not only is Co2 a problem– but so is the idea of population overload and the idea that we have to change the way we eat, and allow for repugnancy, to satiate our diets.
There is still that threat of lab meats being introduced into the diet along with insect proteins that children in Europe are now being forced to consume.
All for the betterment of nature.
Climate Change is the greatest historical interference with our rights and liberty — but they are of little importance to those warning of the coming apocalypse.
But this consensual focus on the wrong cause is not only greasing the wheels of globalization, its lubricating civil society for a proper shafting, so much so, that activism has become a clearinghouse for global policies.
Policies that would ordinarily be shunned by the rank and file are embraced with peak indiscretion. Just as those who would ordinarily keep their mouths shut and not venture to think out loud are given a soap box to manipulate the rest of us until their high-profile opinionating becomes our mandate for change.
Again group lobbying for a worthless and now dangerous cause is literally acclimating us to globalist ideas of full spectrum control.
As a general rule, whoever is the most mortally offended is granted the most media coverage. But those of us who have to pay higher prices for food continue to do so, because we support some war with a country we really know nothing about or care to know — only that it is a bread basket for Europe and is now being destroyed — this would contribute to scarcity and the idea that Europe and other areas will be starving.
The farmlands are now being tainted with depleted Uranium and other lands are being bought by the Chinese and Billionaire businessmen to make the farms extinct.
We have all heard about Bill Gates buying up Farmland in the United States and the Chinese buying farms near American airbases and nuke silos.
The trend in farms being decimated to meet Climate goals is not being reported as it appears that it is necessary — and yet they blame overpopulation on the reason countries are starving.
Irish farmers are rebelling against a proposal to cull tens of thousands of cattle a year to help Ireland meet its climate change targets.
The Irish government wants to reduce emissions from farming by a quarter by 2030. Media reports last week suggested that one option being considered was to reduce the national dairy herd by 10 percent – meaning a cull of 65,000 cows a year for three years, at a cost of $200 million annually.
One Irish politician described the plan as “absolute madness” and there are warnings that some farmers will refuse, and others will leave the sector, if an order is introduced.
The Irish government says that no final policy decision has been taken and that any cull would be voluntary as part of a “retirement exit scheme” for farmers.
But some farmers fear it will not be possible to meet the targets with only a voluntary cull. Tim Cullinan, president of the Irish Farmers’ Association, warned that beef and dairy production would simply shift to other countries if a limit was introduced in Ireland, undermining the attempted emissions savings.
The UK has been involved in a similar scheme for decades now, whereby farmers who retire or volunteer to ‘rewild’ land are paid off.
This is why the world is starving — it is because of draconian mandates for a fake climate crisis.
Reports like this only serve to further fuel the view that the government is working behind the scenes to undermine our dairy and livestock farms.
We should all be focusing on providing a pathway for the next generation to get into farming– but in these times of Climate madness — farms are going to be mechanized or done away with altogether to make way for lab-grown meats and other forms of GMO farming.
The scarcity and famine is again being manufactured — just like when it was proposed in the 1970s with Memorandum 200 first created by Henry Kissinger.
This is being set up as yet another crisis – and we can chalk it up to organized agroterrorism that is being created by the Globalists to weaponize food sources.
There have been a number of conferences held by the UN and related elite organizations, their stated agenda is to remake the world for the better due to climate change, poverty, racism, environmental damage, etc. Another similar organization for the same purposes by the upper class was created in 1968 called the Club of Rome.
Their membership was interchangeable with many of the same business and political elites attending their conferences as with other elite conferences like The Bilderberg Group, the 1001 Club, the Trilateral Commission, and the World Economic Forum at Davos.
The Club of Rome published the first iteration of the now commonly seen save-the-world ideals of most elite conferences and Agenda 2030. Published in 1972, it was called The Limits to Growth. In 1990 the Club of Rome published a book, The First Global Revolution, which lays out what is now repeated regularly by people like Klaus Schwab: That the world and human society are in dire need of repair, and that governments are not up to the task for a variety of reasons. Therefore the upper-class elites and their organizations need to take the lead in saving by remaking the world, for the betterment of the environment and the oppressed.
The First Global Revolution was written just as the communist bloc fell apart in 1990. In that book, they said that since communism was ending, spending so much money on the Military Industrial Complex could now also end — that the rational response would be to use that money for them. Their stated idea is to over-hype man-made environmental problems in order to create anxiety or fear in people, to make them anxious enough to inspire governments, especially America, to financially support their agenda.
In that Book, produced by the Club of Rome it states:
“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill.”
In 2015 representatives of every country in the UN accepted the ideals of a plan for changing the world called: Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development aka Agenda 2030. That was in reality simply the latest iteration of many previous global plans by business and political elites at conferences going back to 1948 with the creation of the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
That was the first international organization promoting environmentalism, conservation and what is now called Sustainable Development. Created and run by members of the upper-class business and political elites of the Western world.
That has evolved into what we see today with the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda and the many similar conferences of the UN and related elite organizations. Their stated agenda is to remake the world for the better due to climate change, poverty, racism, and environmental damage — but what they didn’t tell you is that the plan in the works was creating an environmental crisis. forced scarcity policies and health crises that can be linked to food supply and the effects of farms and industry on the climate.
Because of various issues, they say they need to trick everyone into following their elitist desires –demanding compliance and submission.
We read from the Club Of Rome:
“There is a need to bring many partners into the process — business and industry, research institutions, scientists, NGOs and private organizations — so that the widest available experience and skill is available.
And, of course, enlightened public support, and awareness of the new needs and of the possible consequences would be essential. A dynamic world needs an effective nervous system at the grassroots level, not only to ensure the widest range of inputs but to make possible the identification of all citizens with the common process of governance.
In the present, vacuous situation, the lack of identification of people with the processes of society is expressed as indifference, skepticism or outright rejection of governments and political parties, seen as having little control over the problems of our times. These attitudes are indicated by a decreasing rate of participation in elections.”
It has to be said that while we are looking for the aliens as the villainous threat to unite us in a world front or new order — Climate, Population control, and the starving of the world is part of the agenda to push the new Codex Alimentarius which was first proposed as the communist bloc fell apart.
Since communism was ending, spending so much money on the Military Industrial Complex could now also end — that the rational response would be to use that money for them.
Their stated idea is to over-hype man-made environmental problems in order to create anxiety or fear in people, to make them anxious enough to inspire governments, especially America, to financially support their agenda. They don’t say the environmental problems were totally fake, just that they needed to be over-hyped because people mainly the American government had not been inspired enough to give them control over government spending.
Reading through Agenda 2030 one is struck in awe at what they say are “the goals.” They enumerate every single problem you can think of, be it social, political, environmental, financial, medical, etc., that you can possibly find anywhere in the world, with the supposed goal of fixing it all. Or at least putting into high gear the systems to fix them by 2030.
If what they really want to accomplish is just a few things that they can profit from, rather than all the things they say they want to fix in the world — if those things can be politically supported and financed by rich governments and large NGOs like the UN — then it would be smart to include what they really want alongside every problematic issue in the world that needs solving — instead of just promoting obvious profit-making goals. The supposed great threat of the degradation of the environment due to the forecasted climate change has led to the acceptance by the public of public financing by governments for the creation of new infrastructure and new industries that can generate huge profits but only for a select group of owners.
The new “green” industries are not owned by “activists” out on the street demanding the end of fossil fuels, but rather by the richest and most powerful people on the planet.
You would be surprised as to who the biggest villains will be in the future of this environmental reboot.
It will be the farmer.
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry has warned that the world can’t tackle climate change without first addressing the agriculture sector’s emissions.
Kerry lamented that agriculture production alone creates 33% of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions, arguing that reducing those emissions must be “front and center” in the quest to defeat global warming,
He made these statements at the Department of Agriculture’s AIM for Climate Summit. The former secretary of state also touted so-called climate-smart agriculture as a potential solution.
Kerry believes that it’s time to follow in the Netherland’s footsteps and make U.S. farmers go extinct in order to save the planet.
He is referring to how last year the Netherlands shut down 11,200 livestock farms to meet climate goals.
Kerry said that,
“A lot of people have no clue that agriculture contributes about 33 percent of all the emissions of the world,” Kerry declared earlier this month. Depending a little bit on how you count it, but it’s anywhere from 26 to 33. And we can’t get to net zero, we don’t get this job done unless agriculture is front and center as part of the solution. So all of us understand here. The depths of this mission.”
Kerry insists that America must follow the WEF blueprint for eradicating farming to meet the “green agenda” goals laid out by the globalist elites. Kerry claims that the agriculture sector “needs innovation now more than ever. We’re facing record malnutrition, at a time when agriculture more than any other sector is suffering from the impacts of the climate crisis.”
This is the same Kerry, who in 2021 hysterically warned that humanity only had “nine years left” to avoid a cataclysmic event brought on by climate change.
He is another one of those Climate Alarmists that now want the so-called problem of out-of-control climate as a health crisis and a crisis that needs drastic measures like eliminating farmers and making farmers extinct.
Kerry continues his lunatic rants saying:
“But emissions from the food system alone,” Kerry said, “are projected to cause another half a degree of warming by mid-century on the current course that we are today. And instead of being on a course to be able to hold the diverse temperature increased to 1.5 degrees, we’re actually on a course to hit around three degrees right now.
And I say that to you folks coming from some who’ve done analysis within the oil and gas industry itself, who have come to that conclusion based on their modeling. So that’s not some, you know, fly-by-night operation that is suggesting that that may be where we’re headed, now.”
“A two-degree future could result in an additional 600 million people not getting enough to eat and you just can’t continue to both warm the planet while also expecting defeat it doesn’t work. And as it’s so often the case with respect to the climate crisis, we have to fight on multiple fronts simultaneously,” so his 600 million going hungry will be less hungry if we eliminate livestock farming?
Again, the Climate Clowns are sounding less credible as we see their agendas are set to benefit the elite and not the common people.
Kerry was joined by agriculture ministers from governments across the globe who all came together to encourage farmers to reshape food production to reduce emissions, which he called a “battle.” He urged US lawmakers to heed the warnings and legislate for changes in the way food is produced to prioritize climate concerns now, and not to put it off.
We are experiencing the climax of industrialized agriculture across the board. People have no clue what it takes to raise animals for food. Then the human energy, and effort, to slaughter, harvest, and butcher the meat.
The same goes for the harvest of fruits, vegetables and grains. As Kissinger said, control the food and control the people.
It also can be said to control the farm — you also control the fork– and what is being consumed.
Today, in the mainstream narrative, there is much talk of a ‘food transition’. Big agribusiness and ‘philanthropic’ foundations position themselves as the saviors of humanity due to their much-promoted plans to ‘feed the world’ with ‘precision’ farming’, ‘data-driven’ agriculture and ‘sustainable’ production.
These are the very institutions responsible for the social, ecological and environmental degradation associated with the current food system. The same bodies are responsible for spiraling rates of illness due to the toxic food they produce or promote.
In this narrative, there is no space for any mention of the type of power relations that have shaped the prevailing food system and many of the current problems.
The food transition is couched in the language of climate emergency and sustainability. It envisages a particular future for farming. It is not organic and relatively few farmers have a place in it.
Post-1945, corporate agribusiness, largely backed by the US state, the Rockefeller Foundation and financial institutions, has been promoting and instituting a chemical-dependent system of industrial agriculture. Rural communities, ecological systems, the environment, human health and indigenous systems of food cultivation have been devastated in the process.
Now, the likes of MONSANTO /Bayer, Corteva and Syngenta are working with Microsoft, Google and the big-tech giants to facilitate farmer-less farms driven by cloud and AI technology.
A cartel of data owners and proprietary input suppliers are reinforcing their grip on the global food system while expanding their industrial model of crop cultivation.
One way they are doing this is by driving the ‘climate emergency’ narrative, a contested commentary that has been carefully promoted and net-zero ideology and tying this to carbon offsetting and carbon credits.
In countries where industrial agriculture dominates, ‘carbon farming’ involves modifying existing practices to claim that carbon is being sequestered in the soil and to then sell carbon credits.
One of the first major digital agriculture platforms is called Climate FieldView, an app owned by Bayer. It collects data from satellites and sensors in fields and on tractors and then uses algorithms to advise farmers on their farming practices: when and what to plant, how much pesticide to spray, how much fertilizer to apply, etc. FieldView is already being used on farms in the US, Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Europe.
To be part of Bayer’s Carbon Program, farmers have to be enrolled in Bayer’s FieldView digital agriculture platform. Bayer then uses the FieldView app to instruct farmers on the implementation of just two practices that are said to sequester carbon in the soils: reduced tillage or no-till farming and the planting of cover crops.
Through the app, the company monitors these two practices and estimates the amount of carbon that the participating farmers have sequestered. Farmers are then supposed to be paid according to Bayer’s calculations, and Bayer uses that information to claim carbon credits and sell these in carbon markets.
Places like India are also laying the groundwork for these types of platforms. In April 2021, the Indian government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Microsoft, allowing its local partner CropData to leverage a master database of farmers.
Microsoft will ‘help’ farmers with post-harvest management solutions by building a collaborative platform and capturing agriculture datasets such as crop yields, weather data, market demand and prices. In turn, this would create a farmer interface for ‘smart’ agriculture, including post-harvest management and distribution.
The stated aim is to use digital technology to improve financing, inputs, cultivation and supply and distribution.
However, this initiative also involves providing data on land holding deeds with the intention of implementing a land market so that investors can buy up land and amalgamate it – global equity funds regard agricultural land as a valuable asset and global agritech/agribusiness companies prefer industrial-scale farms for rolling out highly mechanized ‘precision’ agriculture.
‘Data-driven agriculture’ mines data to be exploited by the agribusiness/big tech giants who will know more about farmers than farmers know about themselves. The likes of Bayer and Microsoft will gain increasing control over farmers, dictating exactly how they farm and what inputs they use.
Getting more farmers to use reduced tillage or no-till is of huge benefit to Bayer. The kind of reduced tillage or no-till promoted by Bayer requires dousing fields with its RoundUp (toxic glyphosate) herbicide and planting seeds of its genetically engineered Roundup-resistant soybeans or hybrid maize.
Bayer also intends to profit from the promotion of cover crops. It has taken majority ownership of a seed company developing a gene-edited cover crop, called CoverCress. Seeds of CoverCress will be sold to farmers who are enrolled in the Data services and the crop will be sold as a biofuel.
The war on farms especially cattle farms should not be done at all because all signs point to an increasingly vulnerable food supply chain, with shortages and soaring prices making animal protein – which is critical for health – a luxury for an increasing number of people.
You see what is going on — if there is no food or a lack of nutritious food they can blame it on drought, or diminished hers or some other nonsense — that is of their doing.
This is yet another reason not to trust the climate fanatics– they are willing to destroy our sources of food and blame it on some existential threat.
This health crisis they are pushing with the Climate fears is a manufactured crisis — and they will be responsible for the deaths of millions of people.
If you want to know how the science got settled, look no further than the multi-billion-dollar climate racket, valued at $632 billion in 2020, and predicted to reach an astonishing $4 Trillion by 2030.
That kind of stimulus buys a lot of noise, science papers, advocacy, and the rest of it. But it also helps to gloss over everything else being ushered in through the backdoor of climate policies, from pro-world taxation to resource misappropriation to one-world government.
On one end of the shakedown, you have the doom merchants telling us the end is nigh. On the other end, you have the world’s most powerful institutional investors, blue chips, and multinational energy corporations. The mob, controlled by the billionaire class, demands solutions, and the billionaire class implements their agenda.
That agenda not only is the genetic modification of food but the culling of cattle –which eventually culls the population with plausible deniability.
The war on carbon is, in fact, a war on life. If these elite billionaires have them, humanity will be the carbon that gets eliminated.
We are, after all, carbon-based lifeforms. Carbon is the chemical foundation for all life on Earth. With more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, you have more photosynthesis and, therefore, more plants.
The weather is changing alright, but it’s getting colder – we are living through some of the coldest weather on record, it’s called the Grand Solar Minimum. But these are changes to our weather systems which people are unprepared for.
They’re unprepared because climate change is more than just a business. For the morally and ideologically impoverished, it’s a spiritual world order of biblical proportions.
It obviously is a dangerous cult.