“Control the oil, and you control nations. Control the food, and you control the people.”* -Henry Kissenger (attributed)
Top executives from Bayer, Monsanto, DuPont, Dow Chemical, and Syngenta today (Sept. 20) testified before the US Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, making a case for why federal regulators should approve the mega-mergers, which stand to reorganize global agriculture fundamentally. (Executives from the sixth company involved in the consolidation, China National Chemical Corp., declined an invitation to appear at the hearing.)
The executives in attendance argued that the proposed mergers would combine their companies’ expertise and allow for greater efficiency in serving farmers and consumers. But whether that efficiency is worth the side effects of massive consolidation—possible price hikes and less competition in the marketplace—is an open question. In essence, should people put faith in three big companies to shepherd consumers and farmers into a world that can responsibly feed a growing global population?—- Chase Purdy, QUARTZ
I assume that you do not think that Mega-Mergers among the biggest global agricultural players and their chemical/pesticide/seed subsidiaries is simply an idea driven by these benevolent corporate behemoths desire to provide for the food needs of the world population. When I think of Bayer, Monsanto, DuPont, Dow, Syngenta, and the Chinese giant, China National Chemical Corp the first word that comes into my mind is not trustworthy.
Yet, the consolidation of these global monsters is not simply about profits: It is about taking a significant leap towards the U.N. goals laid out in Agenda 21 & 30. It is all about controlling and allocating food supplies during the coming global agricultural collapse. Collapse is an absolute certainty as the earth descends into a new “little” ice age. Control the food supplies and you control the world. You control who lives and who dies.
Controlling the world has been the goal of the communist globalist elites for generations. The proposed mergers which would give unprecedented dominance to a handful of corporate transnational corporations whose CEO’s are deeply engaged in the global warming fraud and support heartily the goal of imposing a one world centralized tyranny.
In a 1981 interview concerning overpopulation, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Maxwell Taylor said that by the beginning of the twenty-first century, it would be necessary to reduce the world’s population. Mostly to occur in third-world countries, using methods such as disease, starvation, and regional wars. He blithely concluded, “I have already written off more than a billion people. These people are in places in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. We can’t save them. The population crisis and the food-supply question dictate that we should not even try. It’s a waste of time.”
==Population Control: How Corporate Owners Are Killing Us by m Mars
.The War Against Population, writes, about the time the Smithsonian Institution created a “traveling exhibit for schoolchildren called ‘Population: The Problem Is Us,’ [that] featured a picture of a dead rat on a dinner plate as an example of ‘future food sources.’”
.There are roughly two billion people across the world that spend more than 50 percent of their income on food.
.Henry Kissinger, in April 1974, issued National Security Study Memorandum 200. This was a top-secret report on national security, which stated that the reduction or control of populations was a prerequisite for the United States to provide food aid and other assistance to foreign countries.
.There is an intricate link between the people who control food and the people who control medicine. It is another aspect of the elite’s control of the population.
.Codex Alimentarius (Latin for food code) is an industry dominated regulation authority as well as a UN-sponsored organization, which – under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – established global trade standards for foods.
Please understand Codex is a weapon being used to reduce the level of nutrition worldwide. For example, “Codex does not set limits for most of the dangerous industrial chemicals that can be in food. In 2001, 176 countries, including the U.S., got together and decided that twelve highly toxic organic chemicals, out of which nine are pesticides, known as persistent organic pollutants (POPS), were so bad that they had to be banned. Under Codex, seven of the nine forbidden POPS will again be allowed in the production of food. All together, Codex allows over 3,275 different pesticides, including those that are suspected carcinogens or endocrine disrupters. There is no consideration of the long-term effects of exposure to mixtures of pesticide residues in food.
. Taking over the food supply!! Some speculate these geoengineering and chemical spraying programs are being executed for or in collusion with Monsanto. Since the aluminum in the soil is increasing and Monsanto now has a Genetic Engineering (GE) aluminum resistant seed, there is a belief these programs are intended to benefit their takeover of the food supply. Monsanto was likely informed, during or after the program was conceived, that there would be an increase in metal concentrations due to the unavoidable fallout. They were directed to develop a GE crop for this type of problem.‘
.The Green Revolution, in a publicity campaign touted by the mainstream media, was purported to have saved over a billion people from starvation in Mexico, Latin America, India, and other select countries, and with its free-market efficiency during the 1950s and the 1960s, the “revolution” increased agriculture production around the world. According to the propaganda: In reality, as it emerged years later, the Green Revolution was a brilliant Rockefeller family scheme to develop a globalized agribusiness, which they then could monopolize just as they had done in the world’s oil industry beginning a half-century before. It was called agribusiness, in order to differentiate it from traditional farmer-based agriculture – the cultivation of crops for human sustenance and nutrition.
.One of their plans deals with financing a project to develop a type of maize, a key staple in Latin America, which contains an element that causes the human sperm not to be able to conceive children. If this is not a eugenic plan for population reduction, I do not know what is. The project is supported and funded by the U.S. government through the Department of Agriculture.
Big Food-Industrial Agricultural Complex
Today, the food supply is controlled by a few multinational corporations which represent the big food companies. Dow Chemical Co. and DuPont Pioneer; ChemChina and Syngenta; Bayer and Monsanto — control more than 60 percent of the market for seeds, pesticides, and herbicides worldwide.
Only 10 companies control almost every large food and beverage brand in the world. These companies — Nestlé, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Danone, General Mills, Kellogg’s, Mars, Associated British Foods, and Mondelez.
Go into any supermarket and they’re essentially all selling the same food products that are entirely produced by these few food conglomerates. A small percent of food found inside these stores is produced by food manufacturers that are either outside of these conglomerates or have been secretly taken over by these conglomerates.
Everything from the orange juice to the bread, meats, chickens, fruits, vegetables, the so-called healthy foods, and anything else you may consume has been intentionally targeted to produce disease.
SWAT-style raids upon small, family farms are being conducted by the FDA, USDA, FBI, and other corporate/government organizations in the name of “protecting the public” from the “evils” of sustainable eco-agriculture as practiced by farmers who give a damn about the quality of food they make and sell to willing consumers who covet their fresh, natural products. The movie, Farmageddon, sheds some great insight on how freedom of food is being replaced by food fascism as the Government-Big Food-Industrial Agricultural complex works to stamp out the free-market competition from small, sustainable, American farms.