Will global corporations take control of food?

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TheAngryTeddy/Pixabay From January next year, children in Freiburg’s municipal nurseries and primary schools will be able to eat only vegetarian or vegan food. They and their parents were not given a choice of meals. There will only be one dish. It’s just “right”. The decision in this matter was made by the city council, explaining it by cutting costs and caring for the natural environment. Protests, not only by parents, but also by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food, and appeals for children to eat balanced meals, were ignored. It also quickly turned out that vegetarian meals will not be cheaper than meat ones – the local authorities have already announced increases.

A world without a slaughterhouse?

Environments declaring themselves pro-animal have been pressing the European Union authorities for a long time to ban the so-called breeding in cages. There was even an initiative “End the Cage Age”. The European Commission is due to present legislative proposals on the use of cages in farming in the EU before the end of 2023. Will it take into account the huge costs of changing the farming system? Will it take into account that the increase in production costs associated with these changes will destroy the competitiveness of European agriculture? Will the limitation of agricultural production enforced by pseudo-ecologists not seriously undermine the food security of the Old Continent? so-called animal rights activists want a ban on any breeding, emphasizing the horror of killing animals as their final effect. On May 10 this year, materials on the next initiative of the European Commission under the slogan “End The Slaughter Age” were published. Activists submitted a formal request to liquidate farming throughout the Union. For it to be considered, they still need to collect at least one million signatures in seven European countries over the course of a year. How they are doing is difficult to say, there has been silence on this issue recently.

A vision of another utopia

What are these environmental radicals demanding? First of all, shifting agricultural subsidies from animal husbandry to plant and other alternatives. On the other hand, introducing incentives, including tax incentives, for the production and sale of agricultural products of plant and synthetic origin. Are all these aspirations and actions just another attempt to create a left-wing utopia in Europe? With the help of thoughtless or bribed journalists, people are being increasingly threatened with the vision of a climate catastrophe, allegedly caused by irresponsible farmers, especially animal breeders. Meanwhile, banning the use of nitrogen fertilizers in the name of combating global warming is sheer nonsense, because nitrogen oxides play a minor role in the global greenhouse effect. Pseudo-ecologists also accuse ordinary meat consumers of destroying the planet. Let carnivorous killers be ashamed and change their eating habits! Their dream is for the EU to focus on “cellular” meat created in laboratories and on vegetable dishes, as well as products imitating meat.

Will the crisis give an excuse?

The war against farmers has already broken out in the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Canada and several other countries, even in the United States, which boasts a liberal history and a mainstay of all pluralisms. The pretext for conducting it is the energy crisis. Support – supposed mass, public demonstrations for saving the planet from climate change allegedly caused by farmers. Meanwhile, the luminaries of the World Economic Forum (WEF) do not even hide that the ultimate goal of global corporations, which can also shake food markets if necessary, is to redefine and “restructure” every element of human life on Earth. One of the earliest meetings defining the WEF’s sustainable development agenda was the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements, known as Habitat I. It adopted the so-called The Vancouver Declaration. It explicitly states that “land cannot be treated as mere wealth controlled by individuals” and that private ownership of land is “the main instrument for the accumulation and concentration of wealth, contributing to social injustice.” It goes on to state that ‘public control of land use is therefore essential’. In turn, in the 2014 report entitled “Building a Shared Vision for Sustainable Food and Agriculture: Principles and Approaches,” the UN calls for drastic reductions in the use of fertilizers, pesticides, emissions and water in the agricultural sector. In response to the UN agreements on the so-called biodiversity, the European Union has adopted supported programs such as Natura 2000 and the ‘EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2030’. In Ireland, the UK and other European countries, governments are already working to reduce agricultural production. This is done as part of these sustainable development programs so supported by the United Nations.

Insatiable with money

If there are food shortages in Europe or the US, it will greatly benefit the synthetic biology industry, further encouraging governments to support plant and laboratory alternatives. Food systems will be redesigned with mass-produced “sustainable” proteins. The pioneer in this field is considered to be the Israeli company Future Meat Technologies, which undertook the “economical, GMO-free production of laboratory meat from animal cells, without the need to breed them.” Everything indicates that corporations such as Vanguard and BlackRock are working to take over and control the food supply. These two powerful global investment firms are major shareholders in several smaller companies striving to dominate the global food industry. By taking over agriculture, they will be able to control virtually everything. The production of artificially produced or genetically modified seeds and farmed meat are also financially supported by Bill Gates and other WEF billionaires. The UN, WEF and other organizations are also eager to promote insects and weeds as food. All this supposedly for the good of people and for the benefit of humanity. The vision of a “brave new world” does not include traditional agriculture. First of all, cattle and pig breeders are not included. Especially those independent ones who want to provide consumers with wholesome and tasty products. It looks like they’ve already been sentenced. For its implementation, the elites still need to generate public support. Will it work?

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