The Gates/Rockefeller "Green Revolution" Scam Exposed

09/20/202141 Comments

You've got to hand it to the globalists: they know how to take advantage of our better instincts. They have designed an entire international institutional infrastructure around the issues that the average non-psychopath cares about (or at least pretends to): helping the poor and the downtrodden, caring for children, ending inequities, taking care of the planet, etc.

This is why Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, just released his report on "Our Common Agenda," which purports to provide a road map for "rebuilding our world and mending the trust in one another we need so desperately at this moment in history." Not because he actually cares about saving the world, of course, but because he knows that we do and that many people can be persuaded to "make sacrifices"—up to and including relinquishing their personal sovereignty, as this report ultimately calls for—for the "greater good."

And, as viewers of this week's New World Next Week will know, this is why the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and a gaggle of their Big Agra cronies are teaming up in a billion-dollar alliance to "elevate the single coordinated African voice" in a United Nations summit on food security in Africa. Not because they care about feeding starving African children or raising up poor African farmers, but because they know that we do.

Specifically, the Gates-Rockefeller-Big Ag monstrosity known as the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and their associated fundraising vehicle, the African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) is seeking to "elevate the single coordinated African voice" at the UN Food Systems Summit in New York this week. But, as the Alliance for Food Safety in Africa (AFSA) and literally dozens of other groups are pointing out, the AGRA-promoted approach to farming—monocultural commodity production heavily reliant on chemical inputs—is great for the big agribusiness corporations who make up the AGRA alliance but terrible for actual African farmers, not to mention terrible for long-term soil fertility and human development.

This imbalance is not by accident. In fact, the entire premise behind the "green revolution" from which AGRA and AGRF derive their name is that Big Ag is the saviour of the world and the only way to provide food security for the masses. This is a lie, of course, but it's one that plays nicely on our compassion. After all, who wants to see African farmers living in poverty and African children starving?

But in order to better understand the scam that is being perpetrated on the people of Africa (and the people of the world), we need to look beyond this billion-dollar corporate alliance to discover the sordid history of the "green revolution" itself. As usual, the real history of this event is completely opposite to the history you will read about it in the mainstream textbooks.

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  1. LastHumanist says:

    In a real democracy, Béchamp would triumph over Pasteur, permaculture over the petro-chemical farming industry and common sense over insanity.
    In a Rockefeller/Rothschild simulation of democracy, we end up where we are now.

    Enlightenment, natural law and other such concepts have never been brighter than in our current darkness and a conspiracy is most vulnerable right before it reaches completion. The truth will triumph. The human spirit is not dead.

    We do not want to eat globalist bugs!

  2. Fact Checker says:

    The key to domesticating humanity is, and always has been, luring the dimwitted primates out of their natural habitats and making them dependent on agriculture. This is so that the humans face an acute, imminent scarcity problem at all times. Unlike wild animals that by necessity grow and exist in an environment that provides for their basic needs as long as they maintain their instinctual behavior patterns, humans have been gradually alienated (for millennia) from anything resembling a sustainably abundant habitat.

    Now, people have been coaxed and cajoled into inhabiting enormous megalopolises in barren deserts like Los Angeles and Phoenix, and harsh, cold zones like Minnesota, Chicago, etc. Humans can only persist in these inhospitable areas thanks to (what Ted Kaczynski called) “organization-dependent technology”: vast, complex infrastructure that delivers water, petrol, electricity, and food. If the Masters should choose–out of necessity, malice, or just plain cruel amusement–to cut off the supply of any of these provisions, the monkeys will rapidly panic, turn on each other, and starve. Then they will beg for crumbs from the Big Man, and will pimp their wives and daughters to the Big Man for even the most meager allowance. This will happen virtually instantly, since the human body is prone to rapid entropic breakdown in the absence of its nutrients, and since domesticated Man now exists in a state of utter nakedness and precariousness.

    Once the trusting monkeys have been ensnared by dependency to sedentary, agricultural society, they really have no say in their fate. Then, the options made available to them can be artificially constrained more and more, until the humans exist on whatever they are given, on whatever terms are proclaimed by those who control the food. Through this method of progressive alienation, humans have been led down a path to where they are now: accepting the fate of an abject lab-rat in exchange not even for actual food! But in exchange for permission to work and toil for food! This is a real shit deal!

    This aggressive push by the Masters in Africa only goes to show that Africans still have some connection–or at least proximity–to their land and their natural habitat. The Machine wants to make absolutely sure that Africans are fully domesticated, like Europeans are already, and have no cultural memory of how to fall back to natural folkways, if they resist the Great Reset, and the treadmill of experimental injections it has in store for the Herd.

  3. zyxzevn says:

    Can we Order T-shirts at the New World Order?

    We could setup an international distribution system
    in many different countries.
    The New World distribution network?

    Many can print their own CD’s / USB-sticks or
    even print posters or T-shirts.

    We can even distribute other (legal) freedom related goods.
    (Seeds for gardening?)

    Later we may add our own international banking 😛

  4. TruthSeeker says:

    There was something similar to this African Food Scam that took place in Ireland around 1850. It was known as the “Potato Famine”. In that time of Starvation of the Irish People, the English Landlords exported Potatoes for profit.
    Indeed, as Tomas Jefferson pointed out; If you allow private Bankers to take control of the Monetary System, they, and the Corporations that grow up around them, will steal the land from under your feet. (I paraphrased it a bit, eh)
    The reality is that Corporations are fictional entities with no soul and they exist to make a profit while doing the bidding for the Banksters.

  5. yelv says:

    A little more knowledge is useful here. The “potato famine” was engineered to alleviate the over production of grains in the mainland British Island which was in turn created by the work of one Jethro Tull in the 17th century. He spent his life developing the seed drill to replace the very inefficient hand sowing of seed that had existed for millennia. The resulting over production caused farmers in Britain to lobby their parliament for protection and so the Corn Laws were passed. These prevented many people (including the Irish) from growing grains of any kind and meant that the Irish were overdependent on one food source and when a new disease arose in potatoes they had nothing to fall back on.

  6. robert.t says:

    There are many reasons why agriculture needs to stay small-picture and flexible, whether we’re talking about fields or orchards or greenhouses. For me, the most compelling reason might be perceived as anti-green and based on long accepted, though now impolite, science. It’s the reason nobody welcomes, and few will talk about. As a bush-lover and something of a conservationist, I certainly don’t enjoy thinking about it.

    We are raised in the belief that the earth is our mother and that we must care for her as she cares for us. In fact, this “mother” will, in the geological medium term, bury most of what we have. Any damage or pollution of ours will be buried. It won’t matter. Civilisations as we know them will not be possible.

    It’s simple. The oldest known building goes back less than twelve thousand years and the oldest known town about ten thousand years. More may be discovered, but there has not been much settled agriculture or urbanisation till very recently. It has all happened in the very brief interglacial known as the Holocene.

    It’s worth pointing out that the Holocene has not been as warm as the previous interglacial some 125 thousand years ago. And now is not the warmest part of our present interglacial. That “optimum” was between 8 and 6 thousand years ago, when the Sahara was fit for grazing. So don’t bet on warm.

    In this Quaternary period of icy poles and humans you only get to spend 20% of your time in these balmy interglacials. Much of the rest you spend glaciated. Humans have come through such conditions; large, complex settled populations have never experienced them. Our ways are suited to brief interglacials and have been tried in just one brief interglacial.

    Variety, flexibility, adaptability and even eccentricity will be needed. Because the thing that nobody likes talking about is not long off. It won’t be in the short term, but it’s no less inevitable than night following day. It’s this I’m talking about:

    • robert.t says:

      The manipulative classes don’t mind us talking about old climate shifts when the continents were in different positions. And they don’t mind us talking about yesterday’s climate event. But talk about the current geological period and epoch is just not considered polite. They want us standing too close to the picture so we only see details or standing so far back that we miss the picture.

      A wider, longer view of our predicament:

      Bet you didn’t know I was a climate alarmist!

    • robert.t says:

      Seems to be a prob with those links (made long by Startpage and shortened by Tiny URL).

      Here’s the link illustrating the Holocene and Eemian:

      I can’t get to that second link now, but here’s a typical graph illustrating more of the Quaternary period, including the Eemian and Holsteinian interglacials which preceded the present one.

      Consider the impact of sea level rise during the Optimum some eight to six thousand years back, and the shocks of the Little Ice Age peaking just over three hundred years ago. These changes barely register when you step back and view the roller coaster which is our actual past and destiny within the Quaternary. Yet people who bang on endlessly about “climate change” would rather endure root canal while listening to Achy Breaky Heart on a loop than look squarely at real climate change.

      If only we could stop it with a tiny fraction of thin air called CO2!

  7. michael.b says:

    The whole idea and even definition of the word farmer has been corrupted.

    A farmer is a ancient concept, it is the proper connection of the human to the earth, the integration of an awareness that humans can grow food and that the ground will aid in the production of this when allowed, and through that process of learning a connection is made to the plant world where co2 it taken in as food and oxygen is the waste, and the human in synchronicity with this does the reverse.

    Mammals are the invention of plants

    An industrial process of forcing the soil to perform a specific chemical action of reaction is not farming, it is, lab work. The use of vast amounts of synthetic chemicals which cause mutations in plants is not farming. This process that has been going on now for well on fifty years has destroy the land of Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba and turn them into toxic wastelands, the process is destroying wetland and corrupting the natural landscape with super weeds. It is now aiding in creating a terrible drought.

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett’s article The Gates/Rockefeller “Green Revolution” Scam Exposed was an extremely fascinating read for me. I think that he did a superb job of condensing a long story which could fill volumes.
    Professors who teach Ag classes in the Universities should make this article required reading. I’ve taken college Ag classes in the past, and this article might harmonize very well with some of the faculty during this weird era of “2020 proper-think”.
    This might be a good dissemination piece for Universities that teach Ag. …or those college classes which talk about Africa.

    During this Covid era, most of the media attention is on topics other than Big Ag. I had no attention on the topic of Big Ag and Africa until it was mentioned in the recent New World Next Week.
    Interview 1660 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

    Corbett gives a good close to the article:

    “…It is up to us to spread the word about these voices of dissent.

    Our instincts are correct. We should care about poverty. We should desire food security for all. We should want poor farmers in Africa and everywhere else around the world to thrive. But we should not fall for the propaganda that tells us that the only way to achieve these things is by supporting Big Ag and their cronies.”

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Big Ag – Fluoride and Petroleum/Natural Gas

    Most of us know that the toxic, corrosive, hazardous waste from the phosphate mining industry is deliberately added into the drinking water of many municipalities. Water fluoridation.

    In the U.S. each year, well over 20 million tons of phosphate rock are mined with huge ‘lakes’ of hazardous waste becoming a byproduct of that mining industry.
    Worldwide, more than 85 percent of the phosphate rock mined is used to manufacture phosphate fertilizers. The remaining 15 percent is used to make elemental phosphorus and animal feed supplements, or is applied directly to soils. Elemental phosphorus is used to manufacture a wide range of chemical compounds.

    For those who don’t know, Natural Gas and/or Petroleum are used to make Big Ag’s synthetic fertilizers.
    Natural Gas prices have skyrocketed this year. In 2021, Natural Gas prices have gone up more than 100%. In other words, prices have doubled (or more, depending upon your region.)

    Major UK Fertilizer Plants Shuttered Due To Skyrocketing Natural Gas Prices

    This is something which I wasn’t aware of regarding the use of natural gas… (it’s CO2 byproduct)
    UK Gas Crisis Stuns Poultry Slaughterhouses, May Trigger Higher Chicken Prices
    Evidently, this is also used on other types of livestock besides poultry.

  10. peteris says:

    Same has happened in Eastern Europe. EU law allows rich foreign eu farmers to buy land for pennies, then abuse it, monocrop and fertilise till there is nothing left. Latvia (where I am from) used to be a fairly self sufficient country which relied a lot on its farmers, most the food was sold and processes in the country. Now everything is owned by big foreign companies, food is expensive and full of chemicals. The countryside is ruined, not even any bugs left. It’s really sad. Time to take our countries back!!

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Monday September 20, 2021 – Yahoo News
    ‘We will be back on the streets’: Greta Thunberg urges fellow youth activists to take part in global climate strike
    (Video of Greta speaking in article)

    Days ahead of what they are calling a “global climate strike,” prominent youth activists including Greta Thunberg urged young people to join them on Friday in demanding world leaders take action to tackle the climate crisis.

    “Time and time again, the leaders today show that they do not care about the future — at least it doesn’t seem like it,” Thunberg, 18, said in a video conference call from her home in Stockholm. “They say that they listen to us young people, but they are obviously not. They have proven that now again. And that’s why we will be back on the streets.”

    The Sept. 24 event, organized by Thunberg’s Fridays for Future, hopes to incorporate thousands of climate rallies in cities around the world.
    The goal, she said, is to show that the climate crisis has not waned during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    “It has been a very strange year and a half because of the pandemic, but of course our climate crisis has not disappeared,” she said. “It’s even more urgent now than it was before.”

    Thunberg cited a recent U.N. report projecting that by 2030, the world’s greenhouse gas emissions will have risen by 16 percent compared with 2010 levels.
    She added: “We will still be back on the streets to show that we haven’t disappeared, that we are still demanding climate action and climate justice.”

    …Her remarks come on the eve of the United Nations General Assembly meeting, which begins Tuesday in New York City, and ahead of the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, in November….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Monday September 20th – Yahoo News (by the Senior Climate Editor) <—?!@?!
      ‘High risk of failure’ at critical Glasgow climate change conference, U.N. secretary-general warns

      United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres warned on Monday that “unless we collectively change course, there is a high risk of failure” at the much-anticipated U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, scheduled in early November.

      Speaking to reporters at U.N. headquarters in New York City after a closed-door meeting of national leaders to discuss climate policy, Guterres noted that the pledges of individual nations remain far less ambitious than what is needed to meet the goals laid out in the last major climate negotiations, in Paris in 2015.

      “Based on the present commitments of member states, the world is on a catastrophic pathway to 2.7 degrees [Celsius] of heating, instead of 1.5 we all agreed should be the limit,” Guterres said. “To limit temperature rise to 1.5 degrees, we need a 45 percent cut in emissions by 2030 so we can reach carbon neutrality by midcentury. Instead, the commitments made until now by countries imply an increase of 16 percent in greenhouse gas emissions — not a decrease of 45 percent — an increase of 16 percent in greenhouse gas emissions in 2030 compared to 2010 levels.”

      This gap, as well as a shortfall in climate aid to developing nations from rich countries, means that the outcome in Glasgow may fall far short of an agreement with the strength and ambition to set the world on a course to avert devastating climate change, Guterres said…

      …This is a pivotal week for climate policy, as the high-ranking government ministers and heads of state are meeting in New York for the U.N. General Assembly. Guterres also pointed to the meeting of the G-20 in Rome in October as a crucial inflection point, because the countries belonging to that group of economic powers are responsible for 80 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions and they have not completely filled the $100 billion climate fund that was promised in Paris….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        … Last week, a group of progressive Democrats introduced a bill that seeks to ban U.S. banks from funding fossil fuel projects from 2030 onwards. Called the Fossil Free Finance Act, the legislation would mandate the Federal Reserve to require all banks with more than $50 billion in assets and all non-bank systemically important financial institutions to reduce their financing of polluting industries by 50 percent by 2030 and by 100 percent by 2050. Fossil fuel financing, under the bill, should end by 2030….

        Washington’s Attack On Oil And Gas May Backfire
        By Irina Slav – Sep 20, 2021, 3:00 PM CDT – OILPRICE.COM
        … Last week, the House Oversight Committee wrote to the executives of the biggest oil companies operating in the United States along with the American Petroleum Institute and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to inform them that it is now investigating these companies for disinformation on climate change. The letter also called on the executives to appear in Congress next month to testify on the issue….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        September 21st (Tuesday) – White House Channel
        President Biden Delivers Remarks Before the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly


        Blah blah blah …snore…(wake-up for ice cream)…blah blah blah…

        …In April, I announced the United States will double our public international financing to help developing nations tackle the climate crisis. And today, I’m proud to announce that we’ll work with the Congress to double that number again, including for adaptation efforts.

        This will make the United States a leader in public climate finance. And with our added support, together with increased private capital and other — from other donors, we’ll be able to meet the goal of mobilizing $100 billion to support climate action in developing nations…

        …That’s the idea behind the Build Back Better World….

  12. Steve Smith says:

    The simple solutions are usually the best in many situations. Food Forests instead of monoculture. As mentioned by others, living in balance with the environment. Even to the point of recognizing that much of what we consider waste, isn’t. There is a lot of indoctrination to counteract.
    But the virus is not going to allow solutions like that to take hold.

    It is going to take a change of mindset in humanity about their expectations and their willingness to sacrifice. And to take responsibility for themselves in ways they probably wouldn’t consider today. Because of the virus.

    It will take changing from a comfortable life of fondle slabs and social media and reliable supply chains to a life of hard, sometimes tedious, usually dirty but fulfilling work.

    But the virus stands in the way of a simpler, actually sustainable world like that even if it isn’t already too late to realistically achieve it in today’s world.

    Sometimes I worry that the virus has multiplied too much in my fellow humans and there is no hope.

    Yes, I’m referring to the real virus. The virus of authoritarianism. Not the current distraction.

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    — Africa Business Anecdote – Alaffia Authentic African Black Soap

    About 6 years ago or so, while working in the Vitamin Department at a health food grocery store (Sprouts), we had a new product line hit the shelves: ” African Black Soap” . At the very least, I thought that it had a catchy marketing sling to the product. I tried a bottle and liked it. I still use it (along with other types of soap.)

    The founder of the company, Olowo-n’djo Tchala, was driving a bus across the country to different stores in order to help to promote the product. I was off the day that he came by the store, but my very good buddy and co-worker Paul got to spend time with Olowo-n’djo Tchala. Paul said that the founder was the real deal who seemed genuinely concerned.

    When you explore the website, from product sourcing and manufacturing to the projects which support the people in Africa, it demonstrates an ethical standard of this particular business.

    Alaffia talks about shipping used bicycles from the U.S. to Africa. I’m somewhat familiar with this type of activity. In fact, many used household and apparel items get shipped to Africa. A U.S. citizen would be amazed at the “recycling supply chain” of their donated used items. Apparel — From thrift stores to Mexico to rag companies with final leftovers going to Africa.
    Details of LEFTOVERS –

    SHIPPING in 2021
    In this era, I suspect that it becomes unviable to ship a 40 foot container packed with used shoes and bikes to Africa.
    ”Two years ago, a 40-foot container cost less than $2,000 to transport goods from Asia to the U.S. Today the service fetches as much as $25,000 if an importer pays a premium for on-time delivery, which is a luxury. “

    • LastHumanist says:

      Shipping in 2021 was a mess but in 2022 it will be even harder to conduct than actual virus isolation. The willful destruction of supply chains will finally have the intended effects that the powers-that-must-not-be desire.

      I’ll never get those semi-conductors, will I?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        ha! I love the last line, LastHumanist.

        The SupplyChain is a trainwreck (unless you are coming across the Texas border from Mexico illegally, then it easy shipping), and with the enormous fines on large companies who do not enforces vaccine mandates…there is no telling what kind of chaos will emerge as the labor shortage becomes further unhinged.

        Energy and Utility prices have gone bonkers.
        Cosco is short on toilet paper and thus is renting its own ships.

        Container Ships Ports clogged, Railways, and Truckers

  14. Kelly says:

    It makes me wonder if BigAg bears any responsibility to the “kill the boer” and “expropriation without compensation” campaigns in South Africa.

  15. luderon says:

    Thanks for this excellent article. It’ll be perfect for “waking up” some people around me.

  16. Tryin2BWise&Profound says:

    It is imperative that “what is the problem” and “what are potential solutions” are two separate conversations. One of their greatest tricks is to tie their ideal “solution” to the problem, thereby insinuating that anyone against the solution must be in favor of ignoring the problem.

  17. MEFF says:

    Thank you James, that´s a great article.
    About Mexico, I didn´t know it was made in the 1940’s. And I have to add that sadly, few years ago, Bill Gates came to Mexico and together with the biggest mafia man in Mexico, Carlos Slim, they “donate” money to a Foundation about the CORN in Mexico…. They already had the GREEN REVOLUTION in Mexico, last 2013.

    You can imagine what kind of actions that good hearted Foundation will do with out country… besides than contaminating our GMO corn and make illegal money from that.

    Here I share with you some articles about this:
    NAME: World’s richest men aid ‘Green Revolution’ center.

    The next link is from the website of Slim Foundation. Remember that Carlos Slim is like the Latin American Gates, he´s a super mafia billionare with many kinds of business and Museums and foundations and his friends tell us a lot of what kind of shit he is: he was always together with Frank Giustra, Bill and Hillary Clinton and Gates making business and “charity”. THAT CAN BE A GREAT TOPIC TO SEARCH IF YOU CAN JAMES, I’D APPRECIATE IT.

    The Slim Foundation has ENGLISH language, however, this specific article, I couldn´t find in English.
    ARTICLE NAME: Fundación Carlos Slim, en alianza con Fundación Bill & Melinda Gates y CIMMyT buscan mejorar la producción agrícola y seguridad alimentaria en México.

    NAME: Billionaires Carlos Slim, Bill Gates donate millions of dollars for global food-security efforts at agricultural research center in Mexico state.

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    • yellowsnakes says:

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  19. Skip Tomalou says:

    If Mr. Kollerstrom’s lecture on Shakespeare (found in the “recommended viewing” section) is new to you and the subject captures your interest, it’s your lucky day, because you have a deep and complex rabbit hole opening before you. Mr. Kollerstrom is late to the party; his lack of mentioning sources and references is a little disconcerting. Though he offers a decent summary for the newbie to wade into it, at best it’s an introductory primer, and full of innocent questions that already have received satisfactory answers in other quarters. (The idea Kollerstrom mentions that the author might likely have been Catholic is totally bunk.)

    The fallacy that the Man from Stratford was the author has long been known, and it has been asserted by many astute thinkers, not least of whom Sigmund Freud, Mark Twain (a guy who should know something about pseudonyms) and Walt Whitman. The question of who actually did write the works of Shakespeare has been pondered by a prolific community of scholars over the years, and these are almost never from within establishment institutions for whom the subject is taboo. (Discussing the authorship question is a lot like discussing the 9/11 question in any university department – tenure will surely be denied to you, if you ever even deign to bring it up.) And this community of indie scholars has debated all of the options and all of the permutations of the collection of authors who may have been involved.

    The most likely scenario, incidentally, is that the works of Shakespeare were composed as a project by the leaders of Rosicrucian movement in the Court of Elizabeth: Edward deVere, Francis Bacon & John Dee were at the center of it, and a good many peripheral figures were clearly involved, most notably a fraternity of 12 play-writes that were patronized by deVere at the helm over a decade or so. The Queen herself seems to have been in on it as well.

    Most recently, there’s been great – truly astounding – progress made by a few notable figures that really starts to unravel the mystery. In fact, the second decade of the 21st century will be recognized as the decade when the Shakespeare authorship mystery was effectively solved. While these are not the only people who’ve made good progress in this decade, the work of Alexander Waugh is excellent, and the work of Alan Green verges on sublime. (40 minutes into Kollerstrom, it’s becoming pretty clear that he is unaware of Waugh and Green.) <— Start with the earlier vids, and hold the BardCast vids till you've exhausted the others.

    Alan Green's rigorous exercises in revealed cryptography display, astoundingly, well beyond a reasonable doubt, extremely powerful evidence that deVere was unambiguously the most central figure of the authorship, and that Dee was centrally and deeply involved in the staging of the hoax.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

  20. scpat says:

    From this editorial:

    …the AGRA-promoted approach to farming—monocultural commodity production heavily reliant on chemical inputs—is great for the big agribusiness corporations who make up the AGRA alliance but terrible for actual African farmers, not to mention terrible for long-term soil fertility and human development.

    This imbalance is not by accident. In fact, the entire premise behind the “green revolution” from which AGRA and AGRF derive their name is that Big Ag is the saviour of the world and the only way to provide food security for the masses. This is a lie, of course, but it’s one that plays nicely on our compassion.

    In the Rockefeller Foundation document, Reset the Table – Meeting the Moment to Transform the U.S. Food System, the foundation makes a quiet admission of the damage of their policies in the Green Revolution, and then proposes their new food-world-order solution to the problem they helped create.

    The food system in this country is in many ways a marvel. Designed to address widespread malnutrition in the wake of the Great Depression, it met the needs of a desperate nation. Over decades, the system expanded and innovated in ways that made it possible to produce, transport, and distribute food to reach across America. An incredible variety of food is available year-round, and the system is generally safe from foodborne infection, especially considering its vastness and complexity.

    And yet, the food system’s evolution also had consequences. The Green Revolution—which The Rockefeller Foundation played a role in seeding and scaling—was effective and successful in addressing calorie-based hunger and averting mass starvation. But it left a legacy that we see clearly today, including overemphasis of staple grains at the expense of more nutrient-rich foods, reliance on chemical fertilizers that deplete the soil, and overuse of water. The U.S. food system’s very specific kind of efficiency has also brought rigidity and costly impacts on human and environmental health—alongside high levels of wasted food.

    • scpat says:

      More from Reset the Table document:

      There is increased interest within the health care sector and among communities for greater integration of “food is medicine” interventions, such as medically tailored meals and produce prescriptions, with the aim to nourish people in order to strengthen us against disease, be it respiratory or metabolic.

      Could the Foundation be imagining the idea of “food is medicine” as edible vaccines?

      Another interesting quote:

      The elevation of nutrition into care could include the coverage of healthy food by Medicaid/Medicare plans for those struggling with nutrition insecurity and the integration of nutrition security screening. Linking together our food system and our health system can save both lives and money, and better protect against future pandemics.

      If vaccines are now being mandated by the government for the “health” of the populace, then particular diets or types of food could be mandated, or simply made available or unavailable at food-purchasing choke points (grocery stores, restaurants, convenience stores, or licensed farmer’s markets).

      A further interesting piece of this document:

      They explain one of their desired shifts of the food system is to “Reinvigorate regional systems as a part of a better-balanced, more sustainable, and more resilient nationwide food chain.” They explain that one of the “immediate actions” to achieve this shift is to “Direct the purchasing power of large institutions along a values-based (equitable, ethical, sustainable) supply chain by incentivizing, requiring, or otherwise enabling institutions’ food procurement to prioritize producers and suppliers that embody these values.”

      In other words, mold and shape an ideological food system, one that is aligned with the mindsets of the Rockefellers and other gloablists. Shape the food system to artificially create the dominance of food companies that share their ideology and plan for the future of our food. Companies that don’t believe in and act on the gloablist buzz word (equitable, ethical, sustainable) ideas will be suppressed.

  21. Tina says:

    James, I wanted to pass this on (although it may not be any new information for you). One of my Facebook friends, Cynthia Chung, wrote this piece about the Great Reset, Klaus Schwab and his connection to Henry Kissinger and their depopulation/ sterilization agenda.

  22. midnite says:

    Cheers to all the organic yard farmers. Vandana Shiva is a great source of information on this scam in India.

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