From the farmers who feed us, to pharma food bio-tech on your plate, to edible insects
Man vs. nature.
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Dutch Farmers and Fishermen: The People Who Feed Us
Catherine Austin Fitts and Dutch journalist Elza van Hamelen’s discussion is essential intelligence for anyone who eats and wants to keep eating real food. This knowledge is also essential for investors whose ETFs and 401(k)s are likely to be financing synthetic food companies.
Historically, the move from privately owned land and food production to centralized systems has led to famines, including the greatest famines of the 20th century. However, centralization is neither a necessity nor, if we take action, a foregone conclusion. Farming and fishing communities do more than just provide our food—they maintain a cultural thread that keeps us rooted in history and to the land. As consumers, investors, and citizens, it is high time we support the people who feed us.
2nd Quarter 2023 Wrap Up Report
In 2022, Dutch farmers made worldwide news when they began protesting government plans to move them off their lands. Less known is the fact that Dutch fishermen, too, are being driven out of their centuries-old fishing grounds, as wind farms and “protected natural areas” take their place. For the current political class at the local, national, and global levels, and for the uninformed public at large, farmers and fishermen stand accused of damaging nature—with officials claiming that policies to “restore” nature and keep it free from human activity are necessary.
In the Report
1976 Habitat I
Some researchers recognized the radical nature of policies proposed and tried to warn the public about changes proposed by the UN in Habitat I and subsequent UN conferences and agreements that:
(1) constituted a stealth shift in governance structure;
(2) deliberately undermine the nation-state and national legislative processes, laying the groundwork for UN-affiliated NGOs to implement a global agenda at the local and regional levels; and
(3) were designed to destroy property rights i.e. the foundation of freedom, by redefining property rights as rights to use property under certain conditions in the name of the “public interest.” [See Usufructuary rights]
UN Rio Conference: Agenda 21 Sustainable Development
Where Habitat I laid the groundwork, the global governance agenda to control land and people accelerated with UN Earth Summit in Rio in 1992, where “political leaders, diplomats, scientists, representatives of the media and [NGOs] from 179 countries” came together to discuss “the impact of human socio-economic activities on the environment” and create a “blueprint for international action on environmental and development issues” for the 21st century.
The Wildlands Project
Red = little to no human use.
Pharma food: bio-tech on your plate
The food industry is rolling out a tsunami of fake foods, GMO on steroids, including lab-grown ‘meat’ made with the same technologies biopharma industry uses to manufacture 21st-century drugs, vaccines, and gene therapy products.
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Food crisis by design
Catherine Austin Fitts said there is no market for biotech on your plate. Does that ring a bell?
Dr. Bret Weinstein: “Pharma had a tremendously lucrative property it could not bring to market b/c the safety test would have revealed this unsolvable problem. And so my hypothesis is that it [pharma] recognized the thing that would bypass that obstacle was an ‘emergency’ that caused the public to DEMAND a remedy.” https://www.ourgreaterdestiny.ca/p/mistakes-were-not-made
At the expense of how many animals?
Bugs in food
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Fact checkers are paid by government, drug companies and other wealthy influencers to mind control the people. They counter the truth to keep unaware people clinging to beliefs that government, corporations, law enforcement, religious leaders, media are trustworthy, when clearly they are not.
When announcing its fact-checking partnerships with Facebook and Twitter, Reuters made no mention of this fact: The news organization has ties to Pfizer, World Economic Forum (WEF) and Trusted News Initiative (TNI), an industry collaboration of major news and global tech organizations whose stated mission is to “combat spread of harmful vaccine disinformation.” https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/reuters-fact-check-covid-social-media-pfizer-world-economic-forum/
EDIBLE INSECTS [EI]
More and more, interest in insects as a sustainable source of nutrition is increasing in Western countries. Furthermore, the processing of insects for food and feed is comparatively easy. In some cases, the whole insect can be or is consumed. However, they can also be processed into pastes, ground to meal, and their proteins can be extracted.
Pasta – the FDA legally allows up to 225 insect fragments per 225 grams of pasta.
Chocolate – per 125 g chocolate up to 74 insect fragments are allowed.
Berries – the FDA allows up to four larvae or ten whole insects per 500 grams.
Cinnamon – the FDA allows up to 400 insect fragments per 50 grams.
Ground pepper – up to 475 bug parts can end up in 50 grams.
Food and Agriculture Organization [FAO] Report
In 2006, the FAO published a report entitled, “Livestock’s Long Shadow” http://www.fao.org/3/a0701e/a0701e.pdf describing how cows are damaging the planet with their methane emissions. The FAO says cows are responsible for 18% of CO2 in the atmosphere. Human eating habits have to be curbed because it is claimed 55 square feet of rainforest is destroyed for each quarter pound hamburger produced. Therefore humans should be encouraged to eat vegetables; and insects as an alternative to protein.
Supported by the United Nations, World Bank, European Union and others.
The truth is always present to inform as many people as possible now about extreme assault on us rather than face unaware, hungry people later.
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