Intentional Crippling of Global Food Production

Intentional Crippling of Global Food Production

It’s clear that our current food system is broken, but the reason behind it may not be as obvious. Controlling food and changing people’s diets are important for The Great Reset.

While the destruction of food production is being justified by those who promote a green agenda, the real goal is to eliminate naturally healthy food and replace them with patented foodstuffs. The Green Agenda may sound like a noble cause but it will end in people only eating artificially created vegetarian and vegan products.

Governments depend on populations to be healthy, productive, and capable of paying taxes. In order to ensure these 3 things, there isn’t much trust left for the naturally occurring food sources. This has led private corporations to take their place in the food industry where ingredients are patented & very processed.

What is The Intentional Crippling of Global Food Production?

The intentional crippling of global food production is the deliberate restriction on food production by any means, including but not limited to:

– Deliberately restricting land access for farming.

– Deliberately restricting water access for growing crops.

– Deliberately restricting irrigation systems.

– Deliberately reducing arable land by removing top soil or using toxic chemicals to kill off weeds and pests.

– Deliberatively reducing the use of fertilizers and pesticides in order to impair crop growth.

How to use the Five Ds Technique

The five Ds technique is a method of population control. It is used to help people make decisions in the face of uncertainty. The technique is based on the idea that people are more likely to choose an option if they can imagine themselves being happy with it in the future.

The five Ds technique was developed by psychologists and has been used since the 1930s. It can be applied to any decision, but is most commonly used when making decisions about relationships, careers, and families.

The Methane Bomb Technique – What is it and How It Works?

Methane is a greenhouse gas that traps heat in the atmosphere. It is released by swampy areas, livestock and landfills. The Methane Bomb Technique is a geoengineering technique that involves the release of methane into the atmosphere in order to cool the earth and combat global warming.

The Methane Bomb Technique was first proposed by Nobel Prize-winning chemist Paul Crutzen and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Eugene Wigner in 2008. They proposed releasing large quantities of methane from undersea deposits into the atmosphere to counteract global warming.

An estimated 10,000 cattle also perished in Ulysses, Kansas, in mid-June 2022. This may be due to fertilizer shortages, price inflation and restrictions on fertilizer transport. Any of these could potentially contribute to the specter of food inflation & inflation generally.

Recent warnings from the U.K. claim that gardening could cause heart disease, just by exposing you to toxic & harmful soil pollutants! They say this will make you fear growing your own food too.

Homemade masks are good for your skin, so try wearing one while gardening to protect it from the harmful UV rays.

What are the Dangers of GM Crops?

Genetically modified crops, or GMOs, have been around for many years. They are plants that were created in a lab by crossing two different species. This is done to make the plant resistant to pests and herbicides. One of the main reasons that people are concerned about GMOs is because they are not sure what effects they will have on humans and other animals.

There are many different opinions on the matter but they have not been widely researched.

For a while now, genetically modified crops have been available and there is an increasing push to make the switch from real meat to alternative types. This ranges from lab-grown ground meats, vegetarian alternatives and insects.

Genetically engineered crops, such as corn, soybeans, and cotton, have been around for decades. The first genetically modified food to be approved for human consumption was a tomato in 1994. Today, there are over 400 types of GMO crops that are commercially available on the market.

This is all in the name of “avoiding future climate change” or “saving the planet” by decreasing methane-, nitrogen- and ammonia-producing livestock.

How GM crop-growing is a risk for the environment and wildlife

Crop-growing is a major source of food and fuel for the world. Around 70% of the world’s population depends on them for their livelihood. GM crops are one way in which farmers have increased their yield and made farming more sustainable. However, GM crops are also a risk to the environment and wildlife due to their potential to transfer genes between species, leading to unpredictable results.

The use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has been debated across the globe with many countries banning it altogether. The use of GMOs in agriculture has not been without controversy with some people arguing that they can be dangerous to human health, while others claim that they can help reduce environmental damage by reducing pesticide use, among other benefits.

Why is GM crop growing a problem for farmers in Africa and Asia?

The use of GM crops has been a hotly contested topic for many years. The debate is still going on and there are no clear conclusions yet. However, it is clear that GM crops have had a negative effect on the environment and the livelihoods of farmers in Africa and Asia.

A study by the International Food Policy Research Institute found that GM crop growing has led to a decrease in organic farming practices in Africa, which has led to an increase in poverty rates. This was seen as an indirect consequence of GM crops because it resulted from increased use of pesticides that are used with GM crops. The study also found that there were increased instances of food insecurity, malnutrition, and environmental degradation as well as more income inequality due to the introduction of GM crop growing.

Concluding thoughts on why we should start to rethink our attitudes to GM crops.

The Dutch public is up in arms over the decision by the government to reduce nitrogen pollution by 50% in 20 years, claiming that it will put farmers out of business.

As with energy shortages, reduced farming is unavoidable as part of the efforts to improve air, soil and water quality.

Authorities in The Netherlands have even halted infrastructure projects due to new environmental regulations.

The provincial authorities now have one year to work out how they can meet the emission reduction targets.

In response, around 40,000 Dutch farmers have gathered in protest, arguing the attack on farming is irrational and unfair. Other industries responsible for much more emissions are not doing anything while they attack agriculture.

Charles Lamm

Traveler, writer, walkabout soloist, coach, and speaker. I hope my writings can help you embark on your own walkabout solo journey. Practice poverty now to be able to withstand the challenges ahead.

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