2022 Global Food Supply Shortage
It is starting and I ask that you take a look at what is going on in the world that will have an impact and what I have reported and is now unfolding; today we will discuss Number Three: Global Consolidation of our Food Supply from this article.
In the following weeks, I will be expanding on each of these touchpoints that will have a severe impact on our food supply.
- Fertilizer shortage
- Global consolidation of our food supply
- Information war against animal protein and especially against the American Rancher
- Supply chain breakdowns
- Gas hikes
- Military conflicts
- Interest rate hikes
In last week's kick-off article of the State of Affairs series, I said I would be writing about each one of the touchpoints that are affecting the upcoming food supply shortage and the attack on animal protein and the American ranchers.
In this article, I will give you some background on how we got to where we are and how the consolidation has happened in a phased process that actually is pretty much unseen by the general public.
As these mergers and acquisitions take place the value of your nutrition lessens and the forming of a one-world food group gains power and momentum. As their power increases the individual has fewer choices and the market access of your pure animal protein decreases, making you even more dependent on the exact same companies that have helped our nation become metabolically bankrupt.
Below is a section from an article by Root Cause Medical Journal
In 1961, outgoing U.S. President and former five-star general Dwight D. Eisenhower famously warned his people of the unwelcome influence of the
. He was referring to the powerful conglomeration of corporations that profited from the machinations and industrial output of the previous four decades of warfare.
“...In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist…’
The message was clear: beware of the influence of corporations with massive profit incentives. They will eventually influence society and government to the detriment of the people.
Today, I believe society is fighting an analogous battle against a similarly amorphous entity, which I have coined the Medical-Pharmaceutical-Agricultural-Complex (MPAC).
Just like the Military-Industrial-Complex, there exists an entrenched industry of corporations that profit from the industrialized production of disease-causing food products and their pharmaceutical ‘solutions’.
Instead of selling guns, bombs, and planes, these corporations have become rich selling the products responsible for the widespread prevalence of chronic disease in every country around the world.
These multinational corporations span the length of the supply chain of processed food, including manufacturers of:
- Agricultural grains: corn, soy, wheat, canola, (incl. genetically modified crops)
- Agro-industrial chemicals: nitrogen-based fertilizers, chemical herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides
- Industrial foods: high-fructose corn syrup, poly-unsaturated seed oils, sugar
- Industrial food substitutes: fake meat, insect protein
- Industrial food additives: artificial flavorings, colors, fragrances, emulsifiers, etc
- Consumer-facing junk foods: candy, sugary beverages, breakfast cereals
What do they have in common? All profit in some way from the continued consumption of hyper-processed industrial foods. A business model predicated on the initiation and perpetuation of chronic disease.
Below was discussed by #MPAC and elected global officials at the UN Summit held late last year. Review and notice bold words.
The true cost of food has received increasing attention over the past few years and has emerged as a central point in UNFSS discussions and is represented in several solutions across ATs, flagged as a core outcome in the integration process.
The problem addressed within food systems: One major barrier to the transition to sustainable food systems is that the way food is valued in the economy currently ignores nature, health, and food security. This leads to unsustainable decisions by governments and market players. In particular, a fundamental reason why food systems are unsustainable is the fact that it is often in the best interests of actors in the food system to externalize environmental and social costs. The impacts of climate change, biodiversity loss, rising inequality, increases in mortality and morbidity, and the loss of food cultures are typically born not by private firms but rather by society at large. Due to these externalities, the prices of unsustainably produced food products are lower than those of sustainable food products, and businesses that externalize costs on society are typically more profitable than businesses that respect planetary and social boundaries. This leads to an erosion of the natural, social, and human capital that underpin society.
Agri Atlas of the One World Food Group
In short what they are saying is that farmers, ranchers, peasants, and producers have lost the ability to grow and produce food in a way that is sustainable for 7 billion people, thus they need to take control out sovereign governments’ hands and create a One World Food Group that will design a food supply for the whole planet. The plan is to start engineering food that can grow anywhere, in any country, under any condition, with very little skill, except by the guidance of this one world food council. How will they be able to do this? Genetically engineering the seeds and incorporating new nano biometric technology.
Selling you the deception
The plan is to socialize food on a global level. They are taking culture and climate differences out of the equation. To engineer a type of food source that the whole world can consume and that will be able to grow throughout the globe. This is one of the pushes they are marketing to get rid of animal protein with the fake meat campaign.
A-One World Food Group has been forming for several years now.
High-resolution pdf here
Large-scale takeovers in the food and beverage industry are nothing new. Mirroring trends in other sectors, in the late 1980s and the 1990s corporations such as Nestlé and Kraft diversified their control over brands by making acquisitions in various markets. Since the end of the 1990s, financial investors began exerting a strong influence on mergers and acquisitions in the food and beverage sector. Firms were urged to focus on their core brands and industries and to make vertical and horizontal acquisitions within the same subsector. Profit maximization, rather than expansion, became the key objective. Instead of accumulating capital to expand a firm’s operations, financial investors demanded that it channel its cash flow into dividend payouts and share buybacks, giving financial investors (and not the firm itself) the flexibility to diversify their investments. Both institutional investors and leading market analysts now wanted acquisitions to be “leveraged” – to be based on debt. Since the early 2000s, all major acquisitions in the food and beverage sector have been justified using the pretext of increasing short-term shareholder value. One of the most prominent private equity firms that have fundamentally restructured a number of corporations are 3G Capital. Founded in 2004 by Jorge Paulo Lemann and partners, 3G is headquartered in New York and has offices in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Before founding 3G, Lemann and his partners laid the foundation of their wealth through investments and acquisitions that resulted in the formation of the Brazilian beer giant, Ambev.
In 2013, 3G Capital joined forces with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and bought the food giant Heinz. Two years later, in 2015, Heinz acquired Kraft Foods Group for US$62 billion to form Kraft Heinz, the world’s fifth-largest food and beverage company, with revenues of US$6.6 billion in 2016. The motives for this merger are symptomatic for the whole wave of mergers in recent years: while Heinz had a strong global foothold with 61 percent of its sales outside North America, Kraft Foods generated 98 percent of its sales in North America. At the time of the merger, Kraft had a very good credit rating, which made it easy for 3G and Berkshire to refinance their debt. The management announced cost savings arising from synergies and rationalization of logistic structures, which amounted to US$1.5 billion per year for the first three years. This rationalization resulted in the loss of around 5,000 jobs. In the USA and Canada, one-fifth of 41 processing plants were closed.
There is a pattern here. A pattern of accumulation of the food supply. I could write a book on all of the mergers and acquisitions but what I wanted to do is paint a picture of how consolidation is taking place.
When I say consolidation I mean the consolidation of companies, of land, of seeds, of patents, of resources, of technologies, and of governments. The more consolidation takes place the less the common man has control of his food and his nutrition. When food and nutrition are socialized on a global scale there are many changes to human growth, nutrition, and true sustainability that nets a loss for humanity but protects the commonality and profit and stakeholder wealth. Welcome to Stakeholder Capitalism and Human Capital Bond Markets. You have now been placed into the latest and greatest Hedge Fund.
For a more in-depth look please refer to one of my earlier articles from last year. Leverage of the Seed.
How our lives have become the fulcrum to control the world.
“We cannot force anyone to hear a message they are not willing to receive, but we must never underestimate the power of the seed” ~Texas Slim
As each of us navigates through the false narratives of the world's happenings one thing is certain. If we do not take a step back and make a sacred promise with ourselves to find the true “Source of the Seed” of our nutrition we will continue down a path that decreases the chances that the potential of our mind, body, and spirit will now be engineered by those forces unknown and not understood by most.
I ask that you join me in my initiative to start saving lives with the source of the seed of truth.
Our consumption models have to change and they need to change now.
The Beef Initiative Conference awaits you!
As I write this article the Sunday news cycle picks up steam, and of course, Bill Gates is out pandering his propaganda and designed destruction of the nutritional access for you and your children.
Bill Gates: Rich nations should move to '100 percent synthetic beef'
Bill Gates recently said that he believes rich nations would help the global fight against climate change by consuming only plant-based meat products instead of beef.
In a recent interview with Technology Review, Gates discussed his new book, "How to Avoid a Climate Disaster," and emphasized the benefits rich nations could produce by moving to "100% synthetic beef."
"I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef," Gates said when asked about how countries can help to reduce methane emissions when it comes to food production. "You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time."
I will continue delivering updates to the State of Affairs series each Wednesday and Sunday all the way up to the first annual
Beef Initiative Conference in Kerrville, Texas on April 23rd. Secure your tickets now.
Until then, stay intentional and stay focused on your new quest for market access to pure and dense nutrition derived from pure animal protein. Go shake your rancher's hand and ask him how can you help!
Grace to You All, Texas Slim