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Globalist Cuisine: GMOs and Insects - A Recipe for Control
The Elites’ Terrifying Bid for Control over Humanity's Food Supply.
In the 1970s, Henry Kissinger astutely recognized that food, along with energy, possessed significant potential as a powerful tool to subjugate resistant humanity. His words succinctly captured the essence of this concept:
“Those who command the food supply wield power over the people; those who control energy can dominate entire continents; those who hold sway over money have the ability to control the world.”—Henry Kissinger.
The grip on monetary control by Kissinger’s cabal appears to be slipping, and their dominance over the global energy supply is also waning. However, they are not ready to relinquish their ultimate trump card—the ability to manipulate and, most alarmingly, severely diminish the world's food resources.
Staying true to his earlier statement, during the 1974 World Food Conference in Rome, Kissinger unveiled a plan that outlined how food could be utilized to reduce the world's population and coerce governments into complying with his masters' desires. This plan was shrewdly articulated, cloaked in cryptic language that could be understood only by a limited number of astute observers, while remaining largely incomprehensible to the masses whose potential extermination is being contemplated.
Subsequently, driven by their relentless determination, Henry's associates and mentors have been diligently pursuing their objectives. A global food crisis is currently being orchestrated.
The sinister intention behind this crisis is to eliminate hundreds of millions, and ideally billions, of unsuspecting individuals from this planet, all in the pursuit of advancing the agendas (particularly the “Green” agenda) of malevolent psychopaths who wield significant influence. This devastating outcome is not the result of natural forces, as some deceitful environmental narratives might claim, but rather a deliberate plan engineered by humans themselves.
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The gravity of the situation becomes apparent with the recent introduction of the ominous Pan-European legislation by the European Commission. Brussels-based Arche Noah, a genuine NGO with no ties to Soros financing, has brought forth the details, advocating passionately for the public interest in the most authentic and unequivocally crucial manner.
Regrettably, the world seems indifferent to the significance of this development. Disguised under the deceptive label of “sustainable use of natural resources,” the EU's proposed legislative package carries a lethal sting. However, this seemingly innocuous phrase serves as a mere code word, concealing the sinister “EU Seed Regulation” policy and the accompanying legislative drive to deregulate “New Genetic Engineering.”
“We are deeply troubled by this assault on our seed and crop diversity in Europe. These proposals put us at risk of handing over complete control of our food to global corporations. Agriculture Ministers and the European Parliament must take action to safeguard farmers, consumers, and biodiversity.”—Magdalena Prieler, Arche Noah's policy officer
However, actions taken by these institutions are moving in the opposite direction. There is little hope that the proposed seed legislation will not be adopted, given the influential and ideologically aligned interests backing it within the economically powerful circles of the European Union. A significant intended consequence is the reclassification of any exchange of natural seeds outside a narrow private realm as “marketing.”
This reclassification goes beyond mere semantics, as it paves the way for extensive bureaucratic regulations, for which the European Union is notorious. Examples of such regulatory excesses can be seen in seemingly trivial matters, like dictating the permissible curvature of cucumbers sold in supermarkets, highlighting the potential for even more egregious control.
While the regulation of cucumber shapes may seem like a trivial matter, the control and substitution of infinitely reproducible natural seeds with single-use GMO varieties carry grave consequences. This serious affair could render food producers entirely and irreversibly reliant on a handful of transnational corporations that wield global control over this industry.
It is crucial to remember that the executives of these corporations often mingle with fellow globalist elites at events like the WEF, where plans are devised without public scrutiny or accountability. Among these multifarious plans are decisions concerning whether, how much, and what millions of people worldwide will be permitted to eat.
The term “whether” may sound blunt, but recent events in Ethiopia serve as a stark reminder of the reality, dispelling any doubts about the potentially dire impact of such decisions on people's lives.
Two compelling instances serve to illustrate the depth and unwavering determination behind this control and the audacious quest to reshape the lives of millions arbitrarily. In the Netherlands, school lunchrooms are quietly introducing mealworm and insect food for pupils, purportedly to combat global warming and preserve the planet.
The pilot program in the Netherlands dispels any nonchalant assurances, revealing that references to obligatory insect consumption were not mere theatrical excess but rather firm policy objectives. The relentless resolve of humorless globalists is further corroborated by their unveiled plans for Germany. As the largest consumer of meat in Europe, Germany is set to abolish meat consumption by rationing personal daily intake to a mere ten grams. Given Germany's reputation for obedience, the successful implementation of this drastic pilot program will be a crucial indicator of the globalists' influence.
While the growing trend of coercively substituting detritus “foods” for meat is appalling, the core of the agenda is to achieve absolute control over and genetically reengineer essential crops for human and animal consumption.
In line with the European Commission's proposed law, two parallel processes will be initiated. Firstly, farmers will be restricted to exchanging their own seeds in limited quantities and under stringent regulations. The sale of natural seeds will no longer be permitted. Additionally, public gene banks, private collections, and seed initiatives will be prohibited from providing seeds to farmers. This policy will drastically curtail the traditional seed-sharing practices that have been essential for generations.
Simultaneously, genetically engineered crop varieties will be actively promoted and completely deregulated, placing farmers at the mercy of powerful agrochemical corporations like Bayer, BASF, Corteva, and Syngenta, which already command over half of the global seed market. As emphasized by Arche Noah spokeswoman Magdalena Prieler, “New genetic engineering primarily serves as a tool for corporations to eliminate their competitors from the market and extend their control over our food system.”
It is vital to recognize that these chief competitors are the multitude of small-scale farmers, whose economic survival is fundamental to ensuring food independence and access to unadulterated, chemically-free and biologically pure food for every individual.
However, in contrast to the “lesser brethren,” under the new dispensation, figures like Bill Gates, a strong proponent of synthetic beef, Klaus Schwab, and Yuval Harari, his dismissive “prophet” for humanity (an epithet he rightly applies to himself), will probably not be resorting to consuming insects for their meals.
Amidst the extensive slaughter of Irish cows and the closure of thriving Dutch farms, purportedly based on dubious rationales propagated by individuals like Greta Thunberg, the elites seem unfazed. With a mere snap of their fingers, they can indulge in Kobe beef or any other delectable delicacy that suits their discerning tastes, devoid of anything as unappetizing as mealworms, of course.
In conclusion, the challenges we face in our time may be great, but so too is the indomitable spirit that resides within us. History has shown that when we come together, united by a common purpose, we can achieve remarkable feats.
Let us not be discouraged by the trials that lie ahead, but rather, let them serve as stepping stones towards progress and a brighter future. As we confront the complexities of our world, let us remain steadfast in our pursuit of truth, justice, and compassion.
Just as every generation before us has overcome their trials and adversities, so too will we forge ahead with determination and resilience. Our collective strength as a global community is boundless, and together, we can build a world that is more just, equitable, and sustainable.
As we continue on this journey, let us be guided by wisdom, empathy, and understanding. Let us recognize the power we hold as individuals and the transformative impact we can have on the world around us.
In the face of uncertainty, let us draw inspiration from the triumphs of the past and the possibilities of the future. With courage and hope, we shall navigate these turbulent waters and emerge stronger, more compassionate, and more united than ever before.
Let us remember that our actions today will shape the legacy we leave for generations to come. May we choose the path of progress, cooperation, and unity, for it is in our hands to shape a better world for all.
The true power to shape this world has always lain in your hands. Choose well!
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