FOOD FRAUD: ‘The New Food Agenda’, The True Cost of Rockefeller Agriculture – By Ryan Matters — RIELPOLITIK

Source – off-guardian.org “…The adverse health effects caused by the introduction of GMO crops into modern farming and the subsequent lack of safety testing cannot be overstated…as is evident, the transhumanists seek to alter our perception of food from something that is grown naturally in the earth beneath our feet to something that is synthetically […]

FOOD FRAUD: ‘The New Food Agenda’, The True Cost of Rockefeller Agriculture – By Ryan Matters — RIELPOLITIK

Author: KenshoHomestead

Creatively working toward self-sufficiency on the land.

4 thoughts on “FOOD FRAUD: ‘The New Food Agenda’, The True Cost of Rockefeller Agriculture – By Ryan Matters — RIELPOLITIK”

  1. Yes, I saw that as a kind of ‘mission creep’ statement. It’s not that they really cared if there was a decimation of the buffalo or not. They were there to claim the land for the Queen, which means no poachers. Once they got the NA to agree to that, it was the perfect recipe of ‘give the devil a finger’.

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  2. Yeah. That is some historical re-write bullshit. Modern day historians are under the capture of the woke mob. You can’t steer society in the direction you want unless you obscure true history. All modern museums & libraries are run by those with the most money & power.

    Now, I won’t argue the point about previous inhabitants prior to our NAs but, the ” bargaining to stop hunting” is crap. NAs honored their Buffalo. It was the “outside invaders” that decimated the Buffalo. So much for the “outsiders bargaining” to stop hunting. 🤮🙄💩

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  3. That’s the ticket! Get friendly with the farmers near you, is the best advice for everyone right now, imo. The whole meatless agenda is perplexing to me. It’s something I’m looking into more, but it goes pretty deep, further than I expected. Like, did you know that one of the early ‘bargains’ between the colonizing early Americans and the current inhabitants at that time (who we call ‘Native’ but were in fact ‘inheritors’ from a previous civilization according to some texts) was for them to stop hunting the land and to focus more on planting. I find this to be highly suspicious. Adds another layer to my research.

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