Christian Westbrook, also known as the Ice Age Farmer on his popular YouTube channel, explains that there are plans to use food as a political weapon to ensure compliance with the totalitarian takeover. He says there are plans underway to end farming and ranching and substitute it with transhumanist lab-grown food. Christian will be appearing at the Red Pill Expo at Jekyll Island, Georgia on October 10-11. For more information, please go to RedPillExpo.org
The head of the UN World Food Program repeatedly warned us that we would soon be facing “famines of biblical proportions”, and his predictions are now starting to become a reality. We have already seen food riots in some parts of Africa, and it isn’t too much of a surprise that certain portions of Asia are really hurting right now. But I have to admit that I was kind of shocked when I came across an article about the “hunger crisis” that has erupted in Latin America. According to Bloomberg, “a resurgence of poverty is bringing a vicious wave of hunger in a region that was supposed to have mostly eradicated that kind of malnutrition decades ago”. We are being told that food shortages are becoming acute from Mexico City all the way down to the southern tip of South America, and those that are the poorest are being hit the hardest…..Read More
Christian will be a speaker at Steve Quayle’s October 16th and 17th “Final Warning” event .
Check it out here: Gen Six
It is the Federal and State food monopolies enforced through the USDA, & State and County health departments that have put us into this position. It is Government School Educated Americans that do not value nor understand freedom that have painted us into this corner. It is our “churches” that dumb us down, rather than educate us, that have likewise painted us into this corner.
Its pure eugenics in intent. ~MFP
This is what happens when “Christians” treat government as their God. As the entity that defines their rights rather than the entity that defends them.
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
t’s like something out of The Onion: city manager shuts down preschool farm stand out of fear that, if allowed, “we could end up with one on every corner.”
Farm Stand Shut Down
Alas, this is not satire. It’s the current predicament facing the Little Ones Learning Center in Forest Park, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta. In an area where access to fresh fruits and vegetables can be limited, this preschool has stepped up to prioritize growing and selling fresh produce from its school gardens. According to recent reporting in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Little Ones has often sold its produce with generous discounts to local food stamp recipients and other neighbors and has been acknowledged as a leader in the farm-to-school healthy food movement.
That is, until the city shut down the bi-monthly farm stand program last month for zoning violations….Read More
It blows my mind that the main reason to eliminate subsidies is not even touched upon in this article. All of the reasons presented are window dressing by comparison to the real reason.
The real reason to eliminate them is that “subsidies” are criminal. The highest law of the land (the US Constitution) clearly does not give this power to the Federal government. Too bad that most of the audience doesn’t give a damn about the Constitution and must be convinced using other arguments.
Farm subsidies are perhaps the ultimate, but secret, third rail of American politics. While entitlements are discussed out in the open, farm subsidies are rarely talked about – even though they are the most expensive subsidy Washington doles out.
All told, the U.S. government spends $20 billion annually on farm subsidies, with approximately 39 percent of all farms receiving some sort of subsidy. For comparison, the oil industry gets about $4.6 billion annually and annual housing subsidies total another $15 billion. A significant portion of this $20 billion goes not to your local family farm, but to Big Aggie.
(Note that this $20 billion annual farm subsidy figure doesn’t take into account the 30+ years of ethanol subsidies to the corn industry nor export subsidies to U.S. farmers issued by the USDA.)…..Read More