“We cannot force anyone to hear a message they are not willing to receive, but we must never underestimate the power of the seed” ~Tc
In my first piece, I told you about my time in the Midwest and how I embedded myself into a harvesting company to find out what is going on with our food industry and the manipulation taking place.
In this second piece, I will talk about the United Nations Food Systems Summit that took place this past September in New York City.
My first piece got some attention, and I had some good feedback. So much so that someone from the IMF (International Monetary Firm) contacted me in a roundabout way. Currently, I am somewhat anonymous for certain reasons. One of my intelligence team members leaked the article out into certain channels and from that leak it spawned certain interest.
What I am about to embark on will expose the FDA, USDA, Big Pharmaceutical, Big Agriculture, and Global Meat Processors to name a few.
We’re at a tipping point in our nation’s overall health. We’re medically bankrupt, physically crippled, and mentally confused. Our emotional state has been tested and we are in a state of denial.
My intentions are to wake people up, not to judge. I want you to feel empowered and I want you to become strong and powerful so you can take care of yourself, your family, and your legacy. It is time to rise up and quit living a life of feudalistic serfdom.
If you internalize my information in a personal way that comes across as an attack, you are wrong. It is a full-scale attack on the system aggressively trying to steal your spirit and your time on this earth in ways many don’t fully understand. Worse off, they are succeeding.
Before we start reviewing what took place at that UN General Assembly, I want to give a quick outline of some of the industries we’ll be following and discussing. They are the Medical-Pharmaceutical and Agricultural Complex. #MPAC.
It’s time to know your enemy.
Knowing the enemy
RootCause Medical Journal wrote about how former U.S. President and former five-star general Dwight D. Eisenhower “famously warned” of the unwelcome influence of the ‘Military-Industrial-Complex’. RootCause writes he referred to “the powerful conglomeration of corporations that profited from the machinations and industrial output of the previous four decades of warfare.”
RootCause continues, saying “The message was clear: beware of the influence of corporations with massive profit incentives. They will eventually influence society and government to the detriment of the people.”
The author then coined their own term for the “amorphous entity” we’re currently fighting, dubbing it the “Medical-Pharmaceutical-Agricultural-Complex,” or MPAC for short.
Like the Military-Industrial-Complex, “there exists an entrenched industry of corporations that profit from the industrialized production of disease-causing food products and their pharmaceutical ‘solutions,’” he writes.
“Instead of selling guns, bombs, and planes, these corporations have become rich selling the products responsible for the widespread prevalence of chronic disease in every country around the world.”
Additionally, RootCause writes about the different “supply chains of processed foods” that MPAC encompasses. These include:
- Agricultural grains: corn, soy, wheat, canola, (incl. genetically modified crops)
- Agro-industrial chemicals: nitrogen-based fertilizers, chemical herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides
- Industrial foods: high-fructose corn syrup, poly-unsaturated seed oils, sugar
- Industrial food substitutes: fake meat, insect protein
- Industrial food additives: artificial flavorings, colors, fragrances, emulsifiers, etc.
- Consumer-facing junk foods: candy, sugary beverages, breakfast cereals
“What do they have in common?” RootCause asks. The answer is that they “all profit in some way from the continued consumption of hyper-processed industrial foods.” It’s “a business model predicated on the initiation and perpetuation of chronic disease.”
That is the enemy.
MPAC at the Summit
Below was discussed by MPAC and elected global officials at the UN Summit (emphasis my own).
“Problem addressed within food systems: One major barrier to the transition to sustainable food systems is that the way food is valued in the economy currently ignores nature, health, and food security. This leads to unsustainable decisions by governments and market players. In particular, a fundamental reason why food systems are unsustainable is the fact that it is often in the best interests of actors in the food system to externalize environmental and social costs. The impacts of climate change, biodiversity loss, rising inequality, increases in mortality and morbidity, and the loss of food cultures are typically borne not by private firms but rather by society at large. Due to these externalities, the prices of unsustainably produced food products are lower than those of sustainable food products, and businesses that externalize costs on society are typically more profitable than businesses that respect planetary and social boundaries. This leads to an erosion of the natural, social, and human capital that underpin society.”
In short, they’re saying farmers, ranchers, peasants, and producers have lost the ability to grow and produce food in a way that is sustainable for 7 billion people. Thus, they need to take control from sovereign governments’ hands and create a One World Food Group that will design a food supply for the whole planet.
The plan is to start engineering food that can grow anywhere, in any country, under any condition, with little skill, except by the guidance of this one world food council. How will they be able to do this? Genetically engineering the seeds and incorporate new nano-biometric technology.
The plan is to socialize food on a global level. They are taking culture and climate differences out of the equation. Instead, they want to engineer a food source that the whole world can consume. A food source that can be grown throughout the globe. This is one of the reasons they are trying to get rid of animal protein with the fake meat campaign.
One World Food Group takeover
A ‘One World Food Group’ has been forming for decades now.
Large-scale takeovers in the food and beverage industry are nothing new. Mirroring trends in other sectors, in the late 1980s and ‘90s, corporations like Nestlé and Kraft diversified their control over brands by making acquisitions in various markets.
Since the end of the 1990s, financial investors began exerting a strong influence on mergers and acquisitions in the food and beverage sector. Firms were urged to focus on their core brands and industries and to make vertical and horizontal acquisitions within the same subsector. Profit maximization, rather than expansion, became the key objective.
Instead of accumulating capital to expand a firm’s operations, financial investors demanded it channel its cash flow into dividend payouts and share buybacks, giving financial investors (and not the firm itself) the flexibility to diversify their investments.
Both institutional investors and leading market analysts now wanted acquisitions to be “leveraged” – to be based on debt.
Since the early 2000s, all major acquisitions in the food and beverage sector have been justified using the pretext of increasing short-term shareholder value. One of the most prominent private equity firms that have fundamentally restructured a number of corporations are 3G Capital.
Founded in 2004 by Jorge Paulo Lemann and partners, 3G is headquartered in New York and has offices in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Before founding 3G, Lemann and his partners laid the foundation of their wealth through investments and acquisitions that resulted in the formation of the Brazilian beer giant, Ambev.
In 2013, 3G Capital joined forces with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and bought the food giant Heinz. Two years later, Heinz acquired Kraft Foods Group for US$62 billion to form Kraft Heinz, the world’s fifth-largest food and beverage company, with revenues of US$6.6 billion in 2016.
The motives for this merger are symptomatic of the wave of mergers in recent years: while Heinz had a strong global foothold with 61 percent of its sales outside North America, Kraft Foods generated 98 percent of its sales in North America.
At the time of the merger, Kraft had a very good credit rating, which made it easy for 3G and Berkshire to refinance their debt. The management announced cost savings arising from synergies and rationalization of logistic structures, which amounted to US$1.5 billion per year for the first three years. This rationalization resulted in the loss of around 5,000 jobs. In the USA and Canada, one-fifth of 41 processing plants closed.
There is a pattern here. A pattern of accumulation of the food supply, and the consolidation taking place.
When I say consolidation, I mean the consolidation of companies, land, seeds, patents, resources, technologies, and governments. The more consolidation takes place, the less the common man has control of his food and his nutrition.
When food and nutrition get socialized on a global scale, negative changes to human growth, nutrition and true sustainability abound. However, profit and stakeholder wealth stays protected.
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The power of global corporations
In my last article, I brought up Monsanto, Cargill, and several other seed and Agri corporations.
To understand what we’re up against, know that Cargill alone has an in-house intelligence service that matches the CIA’s. It uses global communication satellites, weather-sensing satellites, a database that uses 7,000 primary sources of intelligence, and several hundred field offices.
So, is it a coincidence the Global Food Supply Summit just wrapped up in NYC and was followed by the UN General Council Assembly in NYC as the fabricated beef shortage is in full force?
Not at all. Each of these global corporations are being represented by an elected official at the assembly. The collective of these corporations is actually a small portion of the producing apparatus that plants and cultivates your nutrition. Their agenda is to divide power on a global scale. The master plan is to have one group that controls all: the One World Food Cartel.
The Food Cartel has it all too, from using corrupt lobbyists to breaking the weakest link in the chain; the farmers, ranchers, and workers. They even have a symbiotic partner, the Global Pharmaceutical Industry.
Are we going to allow their Food Intelligence to control your physical, mental, and emotional stability? They have zero doubt they will.
We are amid a paradigm shift in our food supply. The global food cartels can dictate your health in the way they see fit. By manipulating prices in the beef industry and projecting food supply shortages, they frame a deceptive narrative designed to play on guilt and ignorance.
Among other things, they are eliminating animal protein from your diet. Individual food intelligence matters more than ever. If not for you, then for your children. Let’s all start working together to form a network of like-minded individuals that understand the food crisis.
The corporate alliance, consisting of Big Agri, Big Pharma, the World Economic Forum, and others, have spearheaded three separate initiatives which threaten to converge and utterly transform the multilateral food and agriculture system. These are the Food Systems Summit, restructuring research institutions, and the acceleration of data collection.
If successful, these initiatives would further force-feed the failed industrial food system to the public sector and world agriculture. Further, it would bind governments to a corporate agenda that marginalizes farmers, civil society, social movements, and agroecology.
As the world focuses on other happenings and agendas like corrupt elections and Covid lockdowns, the global push to overhaul the food system goes mostly unnoticed. This is by design.
It’s a huge part of the Great Reset. Control the food, control the people. As fake meat and other initiatives hit the airwaves, you’ll begin to see the signal and the framing. Climate change, food supply shortages, beef shortages, cyber-attacks, etc. are all signals.
But one thing people are missing is the deceptive marketing slogans done by MPAC and the Food Cartels. They make it sound that your sacrifices will better the planet and help you feed someone in a country 2000 miles away by accepting a One World Food Group.
Highlighted here is some of the language used at the UN:
“Boosting Nature Positive Production at Sufficient Scale – (acting on climate change, reducing emissions and increasing carbon capture, regenerating and protecting critical ecosystems and reducing food loss, and energy usage, without undermining health or nutritious diets.”
By incorporating words like “acting on,” they use similar psychological tricks that mass marketers use every day. They have the data, and they know behavioral analysis. “Production at Sufficient Scale” should scare the living crap out of everyone, but it doesn’t.
Let’s take another look at the UN’s dialogue:
“Building Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses (ensuring the continued functionality of healthy and sustainable food systems).”
Everything stated here is exactly the framing they’ve been releasing to the world since March. Phrases like “Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses” are all on the news and delivered in a way that fits the narrative at the UN. It’s looking like their first order is to severely damage the US beef industry.
This link has over ten articles and downloadable PDFs so you can identify the Global Marketing Plan and prepare for it. The media have their marching orders from the Food Cartel. They’re going after your attention span and propensity to consume the noise.
Get ready because the signal is about to increase.
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