Are Globalists Really Preparing to Limit Food Supplies?

( – Special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry is warning that food production may need to be dramatically reduced. The former Secretary of State told an audience at a Department of Agriculture summit on August 2 that “A lot of people have no clue that agriculture contributes about 33% of all the emissions of the world. We can’t get to net zero, we don’t get this job done unless agriculture is front and center as part of the solution.”

Kerry’s words mirror those of the World Economic Forum (WEF) which also says that climate change can’t be tackled unless the world produces less food. The WEF states that the most crucial steps humanity needs to take are to reduce food production and end the use of fossil fuels.

The globalist group claims food production affects climate in various ways. Among these are the emissions from fertilizers and manure, methane from cattle and rice, farm energy use, supply chain transport, and refrigeration. Unless we change, the WEF says, food alone will cause the global temperature to increase by 1.5 degrees Celsius before the year 2,100.

In Europe, action is already being taken to cut back on the food produced by some of the continent’s most efficient providers, such as the Netherlands. Farmers have been protesting for months in that country at government plans, driven by the European Union, to cut back on the number of farms – estimates suggest that more than 11,000 farms will be lost as politicians seek to end nitrogen emissions.

Farmers in Ireland face bankruptcy as the government demands that cows’ emissions be cut by 25% before 2030.

The World Economic Forum suggests that using more insects can replace traditional food sources. The organization argues that some bugs provide as much protein as meat, require less space and resources to farm, and are part of a “virtuous eco-cycle.” This means insects can be fed on materials discarded from other sources, such as spent grains from beer brewing.

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