Global Food ‘Crisis’ – Engineered Depopulation via Starvation

Depopulation should be the highest priority of U.S. foreign policy towards the Third World. -Henry Kissinger

A succinct description of the elite’s plan for depopulation via mass starvation, Ian Angus writes Capitalism, Agribusiness and the Food Sovereignty Alternative:

Nowhere in the world, in no act of genocide, in no war, are so many people killed per minute, per hour and per day as those who are killed by hunger and poverty on our planet.” – Fidel Castro

“The starting point for our analysis must be this: there is no shortage of food in the world today…”

Contrary to the 18th century warnings of Thomas Malthus and his modern followers, study after study shows that global food production has consistently outstripped population growth, and that there is more than enough food to feed everyone. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, enough food is produced in the world to provide over 2800 calories a day to everyone – substantially more than the minimum required for good health, and about 18% more calories per person than in the 1960s, despite a significant increase in total population…”

Over the past three decades, transnational agribusiness companies have engineered a massive restructuring of global agriculture. Directly through their own market power and indirectly through governments and the World Bank, IMF and World Trade Organization, they have changed the way food is grown and distributed around the world…”

“The fact that there is already enough food to feed the world shows that the food crisis is not a technical problem – it is a social and political problem.”

“Why can’t the global food industry feed the hungry? … The answer can be stated in one sentence. The global food industry is not organized to feed the hungry; it is organized to generate profits for corporate agribusiness.”

Please do read the entire article.

As well we have covered this engineered ‘Food Crisis’ before, select GMO from Categories at right.

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