A 2015 George Soros-funded think tank predicted a 2020 breakdown of the global food supply following an outbreak — just as Bill Gates’ 2019 “event 201” simulated a global pandemic. Why are multiple billionaires speaking about outbreaks and food insecurity in 2020? Because Agenda 21/2030 isn’t just a name: it’s a war on all of us, and it has gone HOT.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) today released a proposed Fiscal Year 2021 budget that includes steep cuts to the Department of Agriculture and federal crop insurance.
The National Crop Insurance Services released this statement in response:
“Last year brought unprecedented challenges for rural America. Even now, farmers and ranchers across the country are dealing with the lingering consequences of weather events that destroyed fields and ruined crops. And there looks to be no reprieve from the ongoing rural recession: The USDA estimates that farm cash flow will tighten this year, dropping more than $10 billion, or 9%, from 2019.
“The federal crop insurance program reacted quickly and efficiently to keep many farmers afloat during this difficult time. It’s no wonder then that the nation’s farm organizations teamed up in late 2019 to ask Congress to reject any attempts to cut crop insurance and weaken the farm safety net when it’s needed most.
“It’s inexplicable as to why OMB would target such a critical risk-management tool for budget cuts. The proposed cuts will make crop insurance un-affordable and unavailable for farmers, seriously undermining the farm safety net.”
CROP INSURANCE STATS
- Crop insurance protects more than 90% of America’s planted crop land acres.
- Farmers spend $3.5 to $4 billion per year to purchase crop insurance and bear a significant portion of losses through deductibles.
- Crop insurance policies provide to bank and credit lenders who assist farmers through operating loans, especially during a time of low commodity prices.
- The federal government spends less than a quarter of 1% of its budget on the farm safety net, including crop insurance.
Source: Successful Farming
Coronavirus has captured the worlds attention — but have you noticed grocery stores struggling to keep food on the shelves? Whole Foods distributor goes bankrupt as dry bean prices are skyrocketing after 50%+ crop loss, causing global repercussions. Keep your eye on the ball, and start growing food.
The 2019 Dry Bean Harvest is over. Let’s take a careful look at how it was and whats is in store for 2020. Will we see price increases or shortages in the coming months? We take a look at the facts, so you know what it means to you and your family. Take care, be safe and God Bless you all.
You can wait for a corporatocracy solution or take matters into your own hands.
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“FOOD WARS are escalating rapidly as the rest of the world prepares for continued “Unprecedented” cold temperatures, volcanic eruptions and crop losses around the world. People of US/Europe/Australia are walking blind into mass starvation by design. America’s domestic food supply is being carved up and sold to the highest foreign bidders. You must PREPARE. Spread the word”
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A Canadian grain processor recently shared her LPG bill — demonstrating the new Federal Carbon Tax in action: 22% !
Imagine your operational overhead suddenly jumping up for imaginary reasons…family farms cannot survive this onslaught!
See the bill in question, and understand that it is part of a much larger agenda to engineer food scarcity, to usher in the final stages of the climate agenda and totalitarianism.