Who’s Responsible for the Global War on Farmers Contributing to the World Food Shortage? It may or May not Surprise You

The world is now facing a global food crisis, whether we want to admit it or not. But what may or not surprise you is that this is a manufactured crisis, designed around the fallacy of climate change concerns imposed upon us by none other than the United Nations.



In many parts of the world, policies are prioritizing climate change, moving toward a “green new deal.” meanwhile, What they don’t want us to know is that policies like these will contribute to children dying from severe malnutrition issues as a result of broken food systems, that continue to plague nations around the world with growing threats of water shortages, and chemical exposure, and supply chain fractures. The continued pressure on farmers and the complete food chain system across the world is more problematic than we think, further contributing to weakened immune systems, infectious diseases, infertility, and death.

During the pandemic, global hunger rose to 150 million and is now affecting 828 million people, with 46 million close to starvation. At least 45 million children are suffering from wasting, the most visible and severe form of malnutrition and potentially life-threatening.

Many Dutch farmers are facing a cost-of-living crisis after 2030 and have had enough. Gaining the support of many farmers and citizens worldwide who are joining them, they are taking their farms back.

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The constant regulatory attacks on agricultural producers from Holland, the United States, Sri Lanka, and beyond are closely tied to the United Nations’ “Agenda 2030” Sustainable Development Goals. Several of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are referenced in policies squeezing farmers, ranchers, and food supplies worldwide.

High-ranking Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members within the UN system helped create the SDGs and are currently helping lead the organization’s implementation of the global plan, according to the Epoch Times.

Farmers are not to blame for the heavy pollution plaguing the environment; industries manufacturing the products needed for a technocracy revolution to green energy, data mining, and Artificial Intelligence, and as more of the World Economic Forum (WEF) plans are rolled out by politicians, inequalities are mounting, and conflicts are rising worldwide.

The revolt of farmers in the Netherlands is a call being heard around the world and reaching as far as the USA that we need to transition back to a people-oriented, accessible, and healthy world with nutritious food cultivated and harvested concerning natural processes the way it was before corporations like Monsanto took over. The cooperation of ordinary people worldwide is on the rise to prevent a mass famine from happening caused by the plan of scientism and technocracy to rule and control the world by unelected scientists and elites. If the people don’t rise up, this will inevitably happen.

In 2008, in an essay entitled “The Benefits of World Hunger,” Dr. George Kent wrote, “For those at the high end of the social ladder, ending hunger in the world would be a disaster. Or those who need the availability of cheap labor, hunger is the foundation of their wealth, it is an asset”. Is it any wonder why there is a global agenda happening to literally starve people to death? And what’s more disturbing is who spearheads the campaign toward world starvation.

According to the American Policy Center founder and President Tom DeWeese, “We are now dealing with a diabolical force that has figured out a way to get us to voluntarily surrender our liberties and help them subjugate us. “What could be such a powerful tool? The threat of Environmental Armageddon.”

 



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