Are Globalists Starving the World of Real Food?

(Gregg PupeckiHeadline USA) You don’t have to be a farmer to notice the dramatic increase in food prices that have skyrocketed under the Biden administration.

Instead of looking for answers on how to ease the pain for consumers and struggling families, however, a cabal of globalists, political operatives, alt-left economists and elites of all ilk have already game-planned the unfolding crisis.

The globalists for years have been plotting for a worldwide famine, starting in 2015 when a crisis simulation called the “Food Chain Reaction: A Global Food Security Game” was held in Washington, D.C., according to investigative reporter Edward Szall. 

The gathering included representatives from countries that produce a significant bulk of the world’s food supply, including China and Ukraine, along with Cargill, the largest privately-held American global food corporation. The event also included myriad international policymakers, academics, and business and thought leaders who gathered at the World Wildlife Fund’s headquarters.

The simulation was conducted to see how the world would respond to a future food crisis if the worst of climate, hunger, civil unrest and soaring inflation all hit simultaneously. Their game-planned future, 2020 to 2030, is now the present and their predictions are proving ominously accurate.

As it was projected, the decade brought two major food crises, with prices approaching 400% of the long-term average, notably “a steep price spike with looming global food shortages” in 2022. They also predicted a raft of climate-related extreme weather events; governments toppling in Ukraine and famine and refugee crises in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Chad and Sudan.  

After all the pontification, the group came up with a solution to the food crisis. They wanted to implement a global carbon tax on food producers and force everyone to eat engineered gruel.   

Based on their modeling, they claimed that the majority of food-related gas emissions are not a result of fossil fuel usage, but rather biological activity like methane produced by ruminants during digestion — more commonly known as livestock farts — and the nitrous oxide from fertilized soils.

Along with the carbon tax, the globalists also want mass-produced fake food, and the impetus to compel acceptance would be to price actual food out of the market.

“It is now widely recognized that it will be impossible to keep global temperatures at safe levels unless there is a transformation in the way the world produces and consumes food, which makes up over a quarter (26%) of total global greenhouse gas emissions,” said Nicky Philpott, director of the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change.

“The global response should be [to] plant more food, get back to the hyper-localization of farming, prepare,” said Szall, the investigative reporter.

“Their response was ‘We’re going to make your burger, your Big Mac, cost $20. And guess what … if you have any problem with it, you’re a terrorist, you’re a problem to the government, you’re someone who should be monitored.’”