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Agenda 2030’s goal is “no farmers, no food” – if we can’t own property, we become the property

 
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Agenda 2030’s goal is “no farmers, no food” – if we can’t own property, we become the property
EpochTV’s Facts Matter has been spending a lot of time covering the global food crisis. In a documentary released last month, Roman Balmakov investigated the rapidly changing landscape of our global food source – the farming industry – through interviews with farmers in The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and the United States. This is the next global crisis that is being ignored by the world’s media.

‘No Farmers No Food: Will You Eat The Bugs?’ is an Epoch Original documentary exposing the hidden agenda behind global “Green Policies,” the untold stories of farmers forced out of business, the disruption this will have on our food supply, and why edible bugs are suddenly being pushed to the fore as a “Global Green Solution.”

You can watch the full one-hour documentary HERE and download a copy of the transcript HERE. To watch the documentary, if you haven’t already done so, you will need to create an account by providing an email address which will give you access to a limited number of articles and shows. You will need to pay a small subscription to access unlimited material.




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No Farmers, No Food
By Dr. Joseph Mercola

A war against farmers has emerged, threatening to push them off the land they’ve farmed for generations. As small and mid-sized farms close their doors, governments and corporate entities can scoop up the land. Those in control of the land control the food supply and, along with it, the people.

Much of this threat is cloaked under Agenda 2030, which includes 17 sustainable development goals with 169 specific targets to be imposed across the globe, in every country, by 2030.

The push to eat insects is part of this plan; in 2021, the European Commission authorised mealworms as food, releasing a news release touting “the growing role that insects will play as part of a healthier, more sustainable diet.”

Are green policies around the world, targeting everything from too much nitrogen to the protection of endangered species, all part of a plan to get small farmers off the land, paving the way for totalitarian control of the food supply – and insects as part of your daily diet?

These and other tough questions are posed by Roman Balmakov, Epoch Times reporter and host of Facts Matter, in ‘No Farmers, No Food: Will You Eat the Bugs?’1 Balmakov says:2

The people in charge of some of the most powerful organisations on the planet have determined that agriculture, specifically animal agriculture is to blame for global warming, and global warming is to blame for the high prices of food as well as food shortages.

And so, by switching our diets from beef, chicken and pork, to crickets and mealworms, we’ll be able to stop temperatures from rising, lower the price of food and possibly to even save the planet.

But in interviews with farmers around the world, including in Holland and Sri Lanka, a very different story is told, one that began with a decades-old environmental policy.



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Actually it is going to be the population hunted down everyone of these elitist assholes and killed them all.
"Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason"

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Bugs and bread lines...


The democrat's dream.

They will probably think they're in heaven.
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They want to manufacture food not grow it.
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Bugs and bread lines...


The democrat's dream.

They will probably think they're in heaven.
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For those who have spent their entire life struggling to make it in this world.

Maybe it was all to prepare you for what's coming?

We won't fall apart as quickly as those who have had it easy.

It's going to get very ugly.
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I think everyone in goobermint should have insect diet and travel by horse buggy
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So the agenda is for the new farm land owners to make even more money? Isn’t that always the agenda since the beginning of capitalism?
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Re: Agenda 2030’s goal is “no farmers, no food” – if we can’t own property, we become the property
EpochTV’s Facts Matter has been spending a lot of time covering the global food crisis. In a documentary released last month, Roman Balmakov investigated the rapidly changing landscape of our global food source – the farming industry – through interviews with farmers in The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and the United States. This is the next global crisis that is being ignored by the world’s media.

‘No Farmers No Food: Will You Eat The Bugs?’ is an Epoch Original documentary exposing the hidden agenda behind global “Green Policies,” the untold stories of farmers forced out of business, the disruption this will have on our food supply, and why edible bugs are suddenly being pushed to the fore as a “Global Green Solution.”

You can watch the full one-hour documentary HERE and download a copy of the transcript HERE. To watch the documentary, if you haven’t already done so, you will need to create an account by providing an email address which will give you access to a limited number of articles and shows. You will need to pay a small subscription to access unlimited material.




video link

No Farmers, No Food
By Dr. Joseph Mercola

A war against farmers has emerged, threatening to push them off the land they’ve farmed for generations. As small and mid-sized farms close their doors, governments and corporate entities can scoop up the land. Those in control of the land control the food supply and, along with it, the people.

Much of this threat is cloaked under Agenda 2030, which includes 17 sustainable development goals with 169 specific targets to be imposed across the globe, in every country, by 2030.

The push to eat insects is part of this plan; in 2021, the European Commission authorised mealworms as food, releasing a news release touting “the growing role that insects will play as part of a healthier, more sustainable diet.”

Are green policies around the world, targeting everything from too much nitrogen to the protection of endangered species, all part of a plan to get small farmers off the land, paving the way for totalitarian control of the food supply – and insects as part of your daily diet?

These and other tough questions are posed by Roman Balmakov, Epoch Times reporter and host of Facts Matter, in ‘No Farmers, No Food: Will You Eat the Bugs?’1 Balmakov says:2

The people in charge of some of the most powerful organisations on the planet have determined that agriculture, specifically animal agriculture is to blame for global warming, and global warming is to blame for the high prices of food as well as food shortages.

And so, by switching our diets from beef, chicken and pork, to crickets and mealworms, we’ll be able to stop temperatures from rising, lower the price of food and possibly to even save the planet.

But in interviews with farmers around the world, including in Holland and Sri Lanka, a very different story is told, one that began with a decades-old environmental policy.



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That might have worked if we all took the vaccine.

GMO,s are the property of the company that created them and have no civil rights.
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EpochTV’s Facts Matter has been spending a lot of time covering the global food crisis. In a documentary released last month, Roman Balmakov investigated the rapidly changing landscape of our global food source – the farming industry – through interviews with farmers in The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and the United States. This is the next global crisis that is being ignored by the world’s media.

‘No Farmers No Food: Will You Eat The Bugs?’ is an Epoch Original documentary exposing the hidden agenda behind global “Green Policies,” the untold stories of farmers forced out of business, the disruption this will have on our food supply, and why edible bugs are suddenly being pushed to the fore as a “Global Green Solution.”

You can watch the full one-hour documentary HERE and download a copy of the transcript HERE. To watch the documentary, if you haven’t already done so, you will need to create an account by providing an email address which will give you access to a limited number of articles and shows. You will need to pay a small subscription to access unlimited material.






video link

No Farmers, No Food
By Dr. Joseph Mercola

A war against farmers has emerged, threatening to push them off the land they’ve farmed for generations. As small and mid-sized farms close their doors, governments and corporate entities can scoop up the land. Those in control of the land control the food supply and, along with it, the people.

Much of this threat is cloaked under Agenda 2030, which includes 17 sustainable development goals with 169 specific targets to be imposed across the globe, in every country, by 2030.

The push to eat insects is part of this plan; in 2021, the European Commission authorised mealworms as food, releasing a news release touting “the growing role that insects will play as part of a healthier, more sustainable diet.”

Are green policies around the world, targeting everything from too much nitrogen to the protection of endangered species, all part of a plan to get small farmers off the land, paving the way for totalitarian control of the food supply – and insects as part of your daily diet?

These and other tough questions are posed by Roman Balmakov, Epoch Times reporter and host of Facts Matter, in ‘No Farmers, No Food: Will You Eat the Bugs?’1 Balmakov says:2

The people in charge of some of the most powerful organisations on the planet have determined that agriculture, specifically animal agriculture is to blame for global warming, and global warming is to blame for the high prices of food as well as food shortages.

And so, by switching our diets from beef, chicken and pork, to crickets and mealworms, we’ll be able to stop temperatures from rising, lower the price of food and possibly to even save the planet.

But in interviews with farmers around the world, including in Holland and Sri Lanka, a very different story is told, one that began with a decades-old environmental policy.



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 Quoting: known poster 86236239


That might have worked if we all took the vaccine.

GMO,s are the property of the company that created them and have no civil rights.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71080834



I told you.
Anytime you hear the word, unsubstainable, it is a ruse to take away more of your rights and liberties.

Any elected official uttering that word should be called out or unseated.
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Bugs and bread lines...


The democrat's dream.

They will probably think they're in heaven.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 85097409


For those who have spent their entire life struggling to make it in this world.

Maybe it was all to prepare you for what's coming?

We won't fall apart as quickly as those who have had it easy.

It's going to get very ugly.
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hesright
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