Nitrogen is to food what oxygen is to people. Reduced fertilizer means less food and reduced nitrogen-based fertilizer means lower crop yields. One would think that at a time of food shortages, record high corn, wheat, and chicken prices, and limited fertilizer supply, we would be finding innovative ways to grow our food supply. Yet, the maniacal global elites are now trying to do to food what they have done to medical care: create a food crisis and then aggravate it even more to make us feel the pain.
In case you haven’t gotten the message, the creation of COVID and the response to it was the opening act of the Great Reset. Just like they don’t want you to have access to effective medical care, they don’t want you to have access to cars, fuel, and now food. The needless rallying behind a corrupt regime in Ukraine to hold on to land they were never capable of holding – despite the U.S. pumping in unlimited funds to their war effort – has created the worst food crisis ever, built on top of the already strained supply chains from the COVID lockdowns. Anyone who thinks this happened by accident should take a look at what governments are doing now to aggravate the situation.
If COVID was an innocent mistake or a natural phenomenon, we would have expected global governments to embrace rather than censor early treatment. Likewise, if the food crisis was natural, one would expect governments not to do what the Dutch are attempting to do to their farmers. In May 2019, the highest court in the Netherlands ruled that the country was in violation of EU nitrogen emissions standards and that to continue construction of important public projects, nitrogen emissions would have to be reduced. In June, the government of Prime Minister Mark Rutte, a rising star in the World Economic Forum, responded to the growing crisis by threatening to confiscate the land from farmers if they don’t reduce nitrogen use in some areas by up to 95%. In order to achieve this dystopian goal, the Finance and Agriculture Ministry are calling on farmers to reduce their livestock by 30%. At present, the Netherlands is the largest exporter of meat in the European Union.
This has led to a full-scale farmer’s rebellion in which they have been blockading food distribution centers, highways, and other public areas under the rallying cry of “No Farmers, No Food.” This is not just some vacuous slogan; it is literally about feeding humanity, not just about the livelihood of farmers. Nitrogen use with the synthesis of ammonia in farming is quite literally how the global population has doubled since the 1970s without a massive starvation crisis erupting alongside. As we are keenly aware, the powers that be behind these policies among the Davos crowd are not very excited about that population growth, so causing a mass famine would be a feature of, not a fault in, their plan.
Now, if this was just simply about concerns regarding the “climate,” why would they choose to declare war on nitrogen and ammonia at a time when food prices are at record highs, the supply chains are strained, and fertilizer is scarce? Why would they maximize rather than minimize the pain? The answer is self-evident. It’s the same reason they are declaring war on cars precisely at a time of record prices for fuel and car purchases. It’s also not a coincidence that BASF, the world’s largest chemical producer, plans to cut ammonia production at this time, which will further exacerbate the fertilizer crisis.
This is truly a global fight as Canada’s Justin Trudeau is now calling for agriculture to cut nitrous oxide emissions by 30% by 2030, over the protest of the provincial governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan. The Irish government is seeking a 30% cut in carbon emissions on all farms. New Zealand plans to tax cattle farmers for the burps and methane emitted by cows. Their goal is to turn every Western country into Sri Lanka, which was a test-run for bans on nitrogen in farming.
Last year, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who was recently forced to flee the country due to a full-scale rebellion stemming from severe shortages and poverty, imposed a 100% ban on chemicals in farming. The World Economic Forum even touted Sri Lanka’s “ESG” plan as a way of making the country rich. It has since deleted that post, which can be found here. Now, the country is facing the threat of a full-blown famine.
Even here in the U.S., Republican leader Mitch McConnell voted to send tens of billions to some of the worst federal agencies for “environmental research.” SEC. 10103 of the bill has this gem tucked into it, which will clearly be a forerunner to Agenda 2030 and what the Dutch government is now pursuing with farmers and nitrogen use.
In other words, if you like what they’ve done to coal-fired power plants over the past decade, you will love their plans for food production. If not …
Farmers understand what is at stake, which is why farmers from Germany, Italy, Poland, and Canada have joined in with their Dutch counterparts. They understand this is about more than one country or one issue. This is about a global “Great Reset” to use the destruction from COVID fascism – both economic and psychological – to forge on with taking everything away from people.
\u201cJacinda Ardern - Build back better, reset, Agenda 2030, Sustainable Developement Goals...\u201d— Wittgenstein (@Wittgenstein) 1659047099
As the World Economic Forum tweeted out in 2016 – speaking of Agenda 2030 and “Build Back Better” – “Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better.”
\u201cWelcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better @IdaAuken https://t.co/6BKymvbKB5\u201d— World Economic Forum (@World Economic Forum) 1481555459
At some point, Republican politicians need to take their heads out of the sand and realize that this is about a lot more than a “recession” and inflation. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is correct in asserting that this is not a recession but a transition. They want to transition us into being ownerless QR-code-carrying metaverse bots conditioned to subsist on bug-eating, obeying the global government, and actually being happy with it.