Farmers committing suicide in India is right in alignment with Kissenger’s NSSM 200, which delineates using food as one means to commit genocide. There is an inference in the literature related to population studies that starvation was one of the most viable methods for the dark knights to use to kill off the numbers of people they wanted gone. Moreover, there were inferences that the world’s food supply and distribution was to accomplished through a monopolistic network centralizing food in just a few global corporations. Cargill, Lever Bros, Monsanto, Nestle, Archer Daniels Midland, and a handful of other megacorporations control all of the world’s food supply. The CEO of Nestle just announced that you have no rights to WATER, but they do.
Over the past several years, the United States appears to be criminalizing private farms, gardeners, small scale farmers and ranchers.
The UN is attempting to criminalize possession of non-GMO seeds. GMO seeds and crops is an intrinsic part of our foreign policy. Either you use Monsanto seeds and products or there is no aid or trade credits.
I have seen malnutrition and pervasive hunger and starvation cases here on Indian reservations, in Mexico, El Salvador, in Italy and in Germany, when I was a child right after WWII. In Germany and in Italy, we always saw the night dead… people who had died during the night, usually of starvation or from severe cold. It is an ugly and wrenching sight. The dead from starvation always had swollen bellies, rickety bird like legs, and appeared listless.
And these rotten sonsofbitches have no problems in killing people through any means possible, because their god demands it.
Keep in mind that in the event of a major crisis here in the United States, I have been aware through my work in emergency services that domestic food chains only have between a 3-5 day of food stocks on hand. Once that is gone, that is it. Resupply will be problematic if there is any resupply at all. Draw your own conclusions as to the outcome.
Our forefathers always seemed to have a three to six month stock of food supplies on hand. You read about it from journals, diaries, and in the literature of the day. They stored food in root cellars and had means for long-term preservation. Of course, back then most Americans had land patents and could grow their own food. However, America, although a land of plenty was subject to extremes of weather, and I have read of New Mexican ranchers feeding their cattle and themselves in bad harvest years CACTUS roots mashed to a pulp to survive.
Today, the federal government has published criteria identifying possible terrorist suspects. Under that criteria, anyone making bulk food purchases is a possible terrorist and there is legislation to criminalize anyone with 7 days of food or more.
I know from my sources that in event of martial law or a major crisis that Obummer from the power given to himself through illegal executive orders will seek to confiscate all private sources of food, water, medicine, radios, SUVs and of course weapons.
My sources have told me that survivors from disasters living in FEMA camps run by the Red Cross were reduced to one meal a day and sometimes that was stale bread and boiled potatoes or rotten food served up by government contractors. People complaining about the situation were kicked out. Let’s not forget that many Indian tribe revolts were caused by government contractors serving up no food or rotten rations, causing starvation or sickness among the tribes. That situation was one of the reasons the Apache chief Victorio went on the warpath and conducted a masterful campaign against the US Army for over a year. Contractors were starving his people for profit.
So, what to do? You still have the ability to store organic seeds, provisions and water to provide a cushion in the event of a food or water emergency. Just do it quietly. The rule of threes applies to life in this scenario.
1. Three minutes without oxygen
2. Three days without water
3. Three weeks without food
Finally, you do not want to become a refugee or to go to a camp, if you can help it.