In the Netherlands, for instance, the globalist-run government there is warning people that "because of climate change, poor harvests, armed conflicts, and population growth, the danger of famine is increasing." The truth, though, is that the government's own anti-farming policies, which are being implemented in the name of fighting climate change, are bringing about said famine.
The idea that countries are just going to "run out of food" due to global warming is preposterous. There are obviously other factors at play that are being done on purpose to make countries run out of food so that their populations starve.
"Many countries including Canada, Germany and Sri Lanka are following a similar agenda to undermine the agricultural sector by reducing nitrogen in the environment by at least 30 per cent," one report explains about the matter.
"Joshua Phillip, an investigative reporter and recognized expert on asymmetrical hybrid warfare, says 'the nitrogen reduction policies and chemical fertilizer trends in the majority of countries around the world will lead to food shortages, like what happened in Sri Lanka recently.'"
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In case you missed it, Sri Lanka banned the importation of synthetic fertilizer and pesticides back in the spring of 2021 during the height of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "pandemic." Essentially "overnight," Sri Lankan farmers were forced to convert to organic farming, which is not something that can happen that quickly.
As a result, food production across the nation collapsed and the economy plunged into a freefall. Inflation hit 54.6 percent in Sri Lanka, sending the country down a path towards bankruptcy.
"Nine in 10 Sri Lankan families are skipping meals, and many are standing in line for days in the hope of acquiring fuel," one report said.
"The agrochemical ban caused rice production to drop 20 percent in the six months after it was implemented, causing a country that had been self-sufficient in rice production to spend $450 million on rice imports – much more than the $400 million that would've been saved by banning fertilizer imports."
"The production of tea, Sri Lanka's literal cash crop – it's the country's biggest export – fell by 18 percent. The government has had to spend hundreds of millions on subsidies and compensation to farmers in an effort to make up for the loss of productivity."
The true agenda behind all this is not to "save the planet" from climate change, or even to limit the amount of chemicals being dumped all over food crops. The goal is to make it impossible for the current global population to live due to an induced lack of food through an engineered famine.
While it is absolutely a good idea for farming practices to shift over time to organic methods, to force it overnight as the United Nations (UN) and other globalist bodies are doing in places like Sri Lanka is a surefire way to induce a global genocide once all the food runs out.
"Above all, the primary goal of the Great Reset is to restructure the entire world into a top-down dictatorship that is ruled by the global oligarchy," reported Caldron Pool.
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