The Netherlands has gone mad, along with Canada and Australia, by indoctrinating vulnerable children to bring about behavioral changes. Hundreds of schools in the Netherlands are now offering insects in children’s lunches. The bug-eating campaign is one facet of the Great Reset driven by the World economic Forum (WEF).
Grain shipments from Ukraine, and food and fertilizer shipments from Russia, have been curtailed. China, the world’s top fertilizer producer, has banned its export. The narrative for famine, more wars and mass migration has been set, but no mention on the role of bankers and politicians in causing the problems.
When there is an increase in the public administration’s ability to classify, predict and control citizens’ behavior using large amounts of digital data, the balance of power between citizen and state is shifted. Many people already hand over their purchase data to supermarkets in the form of loyalty programs.
Permaculture is a design approach for gardens that improves productivity by mimicking natural systems. Gale reported that there are two generations of soil left if the current level of degradation continues. He said that a family of four can live off of the food provided no a quarter acre of land for the garden.
Aanika is a company that created a genetically modified organism probiotic spore that can be misted onto dry goods or added to liquid products so that the spores can be traced. The spores added to food will be tracked from the field to the store, to your stomach, and finally to the smart sewers for total surveillance.
Consumers are now competing with the government that is stocking up on food reserves. Westbrook says that the sun’s output is already dropping off, which accounts for the technocrats’ aggressive timetable. He exhorted people to start growing their own food to prevent the food supply from being used as a weapon.