Why Are the Feds Subsidizing Baby Formula Companies?

MFP commentary:
To anyone  that knows anything about nutrition, and  has looked at the ingredients in  baby formula. you wonder how children survive this    frankenfood.  It looks like a thinly veiled eugenics movement, it is such poor nutrition.  This is so evil that  Satan himself  must be involved.

With the United Nations involved that sort of  nails it down, as the UN is IMO  demonstrably a Globalist  (Satanic)  Organization1 2   that the the Rockefeller’s helped get going. They donated the land that the UN building sits on.  The UN has also written the drug schedules for 1st world countries, the US included.  The UN is also behind the gun grab  1  2   3 world wide.  The Rockefellers are also the force behind our current medical monopoly,  they funded the “Flexner Report”     1 2 3  4 and took actions that  criminalized all forms of medicine other than the current one that relies almost solely on prescribing drugs that are synthesized from Rockefeller oil.




Last month, when a host of media outlets began talking about the Trump administration’s alleged “battle against breastfeeding,” few of them — if any — mentioned the fact that the US federal government continues to subsidize the baby formula industry to the tune of billions of dollars.

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A survey of articles — including The New York TimesForeign PolicyPolitico, and The Guardian — on this supposed conspiracy to favor the formula industry did not mention even once that the US’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) has been a significant source of income for formula companies for decades.

For example, in 2004, government spending on the program totaled nearly 4.8 billion dollars, mostly dedicated to the distribution and subsidization of baby formula. By 2016 this total had increased to 6.5 billion. As of 2014,more than 8 million Americans were covered by the program.

While US and British pundits complain that the US refuses to sign off on UN regulations that bar advertising and free samples from formula companies, they ignore the fact that the US government is “provid[ing] more than half of the formula that is used in the US.“…. Read More