food shortages

  • By The Sharp Edge “Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”  This quote has been attributed to Henry Kissinger, though he denies ever saying it.  Kissinger certainly did, however, perfect the weaponization of food through The Kissinger Report during his tenure as Secretary of State.  The Kissinger Report outlined a covert operation to force compliance with a depopulation agenda using food aid as leverage in underdeveloped countries of strategic U.S. interest.  The report posited the following questions: “Would food be considered an instrument of national power?… Is the U.S. prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can’t/won’t control their population growth?  Should the U.S. seek to change its own food consumption patterns toward more efficient uses of protein?  Are mandatory population control measures appropriate for the U.S. and/or for others?” The use of food as a weapon of war is a centuries old tactic, perfected in recent decades by the likes of Kissinger, and passed down through his protégé Klaus Schwab.  Schwab’s World Economic Forum has planted Young Global Leaders throughout the world to carry out a continuum of Kissinger’s depopulation plan, in-part by controlling and transforming the food supply.  Weaponization of the food and water systems is one aspect in a much larger scheme to create a control grid over the entire global population. The food control grid consists of four key elements: poisoning the food and water supply, manufacturing food shortages, consolidating food and water systems, and weaponizing food programs while tracking the food supply and the people.  The purpose of this report is to outline these important aspects of the food control grid as well as funding for programs that contribute to this operation, condensed from 6,000 pages of legislation in the Omnibus and NDAA, passed through Congress at the end of 2022.  Watch Dig It! episode #180 for audio/video coverage of this report. Background & Context Poisoning the Food & Water Genetically engineered (GE) foods, also referred to as genetically modified (GM) or (GMO), have long been a source of concern for food safety organizations as research shows they have the potential to cause toxicity, allergic reactions, antibiotic resistance, immuno-suppression, cancer and loss of nutrition.  However, federal agencies including the FDA, USDA, and EPA insist that GE foods are safe for public consumption.  Aside from GE crops, genetically modified meat has also been approved for public consumption.  In 2017, genetically modified salmon were approved for use as food.  Then in 2020, the FDA approved genetically modified pork.  By March 2022, the FDA approved meat from bioengineered cattle using CRISPR technology.  Although GE foods have been widely produced for decades, new technologies are developing so rapidly that the umbrella of “genetically modified” foods has expanded significantly in recent years, leading some to define this next generation of GE foods as “GMO 2.0” or “Pharma Food.”  In an in-depth report entitled “Pharma Food,” investigative journalist, Elze van Hamelen, details the next generation of GE foods including lab-grown meat, milk and egg products.  In February 2021, Bill Gates stated in an interview that he believes “all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef” as a way to combat climate change.  However, as Elze’s “Pharma Food” report points out, highly processed cell-cultured meat products are neither healthy nor ‘climate friendly.’  Despite overall rejection of fake meat products by consumers, there is a multi-billion-dollar effort by governments, organizations and corporations to develop and market synthetic foods and lab-grown meats for public consumption. Globalist organizations, including the World Economic Forum, are completely reengineering the global food system to incorporate GMO 2.0 foods and insects, a move termed by some to be “The Great Food Reset.”  The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations which created the Codex Alimentarius in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO).  “Codex was established for the sole purpose of setting the standards and guidelines for all food that is consumed by human beings,” according to a Corey’s Digs report entitled, “Inside Codex with Scott Tipps: New Global Food Diet – Insects, Rats and Dogs.”  Furthermore, the report states, “The USDA, for example, is a driving force for not only adhering to the [Codex] standards, but making certain other countries follow in lock step as well.”  In July 2022, a new “meat” category was presented to the Codex Committee which included dogs and rats, among others.  Additionally, the same document included a variety of insect food categories.  The push by international organizations to incorporate insects into the global food supply comes despite multiple studies warning of the dangers of insect consumption. In September 2015, the USDA granted Merck conditional approval for mRNA injections for avian flu and the following month awarded Merck a $6 million contract to stockpile 48 million doses of the mRNA avian flu vaccines. Also sometime in 2015, the USDA approved mRNA vaccines for pigs.  In 2018, Merck introduced their SEQUIVITY mRNA vaccines for pigs which are currently on the market.  Since the introduction of the Covid mRNA jab, federal agencies have “opened the floodgate” on a wave of new mRNA injections for livestock.  As Dr. Malone points out in both his substack as well as a recent interview, there is a total lack of transparency among federal agencies as to the details of clinical trials for mRNA vaccines in livestock as well as the safety data on human exposure to meats tainted with these experimental gene therapies.  Viral Immunologist, Dr. Byram Bridle, remarked recently, “This [mRNA] technology technically is not new.  It’s relatively new for being used in people.  It’s been used for quite a few years in agricultural species and I’m actually starting to get quite worried.  If these vaccines can get into things like milk products, I start worrying about our food products.  People have to realize these technologies are not only being pushed hard now in people, but… many of them are being fast-tracked and we are going to have our food species loaded up with these mRNA vaccines and we need to understand whether or not these things are getting into our food products now.” Recent court rulings have placed pressure on the EPA to assess the impact of certain conventional pesticides on endangered species in compliance with the Endangered Species Act (ESA). In response to litigation, the EPA announced that the agency would embark on an “unprecedented effort” to streamline their approach to pesticide registration, while placing a central focus on the protection of endangered species.  While the EPA has placed further regulatory pressure and bans on the use of certain conventional pesticides, developments in new RNAi-based biopesticides are paving the way “as a promising substitute to conventional chemical pesticides.”  RNAi technology is the next generation of pesticides designed to genetically modify crops and pests, so that pests are unable to produce a specific protein vital to their survival.  While similar technology has been deployed in the Covid mRNA injection to induce the production of a spike protein in the body, RNAi-based pesticides genetically modify organisms to inhibit the production of certain proteins.  This “next generation” of pesticides deploys nanotechnology as a delivery method. Researchers claim RNAi-based pesticides are ‘climate-friendly’ and they are capable of specifically targeting insect species, weeds, viruses or fungi without impacting non-target species.  However, little is known about the impacts of unintended mutations using this emerging technology which could pose a serious biosafety risk.  The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy reports some of the risks posed by RNAi pesticides may include, “allergenicity, increased toxicity, changes in nutritional composition; [and] unwanted immunostimulatory effects can reduce white blood cell count in humans and non-target organisms throughout the food chains.”  Researchers have remarked how the “funding that poured into making mRNA for Covid vaccines,” helped to drastically reduce the manufacturing costs of RNA which has enabled an explosion in this new multi-billion-dollar pesticide industry.  In June 2017, the EPA approved Monsanto’s SmartStax Pro RNAi pesticide for corn.  Since then, the EPA notes that the agency has approved RNAi pesticides for a “number of crops, including corn, cotton, potato, soybean, papaya, and plum.” Not only have agencies been deceptive about the health hazards of GMO 2.0 foods, but they have also misled the public in their approval processes and labeling practices.  In May 2020, the USDA issued a final rule amending regulatory requirements for certain genetically engineered organisms including crops, “thereby reducing the regulatory burden” and “facilitating the development of genetically engineered organisms.”  The Center for Science in the Public Interest stated, “a majority of genetically engineered and gene edited plants now will escape any oversight,” and “government regulators and the public will have no idea what products will enter the market and whether those products appropriately qualified for an exemption from oversight.”  In July 2021, the Center for Food Safety filed a suit against the USDA for giving “private entities carte blanche to ‘self-determine’ their own products’ regulation without any future oversight.”  This case appears to be ongoing with a recent filing in December 2022.  Meanwhile, the Center for Food Safety filed an additional lawsuit over the USDA’s attempts to deceptively label GE or GMO products with QR codes alone.  The district court held that USDA must include additional labeling on packages, but sided with the USDA on the new terminology, “bioengineered,” for packaging. On February 3, 2023, a train carrying vinyl chloride was derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, near the Ohio / Pennsylvania border, just miles north of the West Virginia border.  According to the EPA, vinyl chloride was “diverted to an excavated trench and then burned off,” while, “contaminated soil and free liquids were observed and potentially covered and/or filled during reconstruction of the rail line.”  A massive plume of deadly chemicals was released into the air, soil and water, with an evacuation zone ordered in the immediate vicinity of the crash site.  By February 8th, the area was “deemed safe,” noted Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine, and the evacuation order was lifted, as Pennsylvania Governor, Josh Shapiro, emphasized that the burning of toxic chemicals went “as planned,” with “no concerning” detections of air or water toxicity in the area.  EPA officials claimed that they had not detected anything unexpected from the derailed train’s toxic chemical release, as clean-up and testing for air and water quality continued.  “So far so good,” claimed EPA official James Justice.  Stephen Petty, who is the president of an environmental health and safety company and has overseen thousands of forensic investigations as well as provided expert testimony in more than 200 cases, is in the process of independently testing samples from East Palestine.  He stated, “It was a bad decision to release it and burn it,” adding, “When you burn vinyl chloride poorly, and that was definitely burned poorly because it had such a black plume… When there’s incomplete combustion, there’s evidence that part of the vinyl chloride goes to dioxin, and dioxin is one of the most deadly compounds known.”  Petty went on to explain, “There’s the lie.  It wasn’t a ‘controlled burn.’  It was an uncontrolled burn,” adding that in order for it to be a controlled burn, officials would have to “very carefully” control the temperature and oxygen levels to facilitate complete combustion.  “They didn’t do that.  So, it’s an uncontrolled burn,” Petty explained.  Petty also remarked on the EPA “purposely” measuring for “things that don’t really matter,” while indicating to the public that the area is safe. When burned, vinyl chloride can form into dioxins, which are highly toxic environmental pollutants that can accumulate in humans and animals resulting in cancer, reproductive and developmental issues, as well as immune system damage.  According to a 2006 toxicology profile provided by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), “vinyl chloride in water or soil evaporates rapidly if it is near the surface. Vinyl chloride in the air breaks down in a few days, resulting in the formation of several other chemicals including hydrochloric acid.” …

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