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War on Farmers by Sustainable Development
Mike_Mathis

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renatoa wrote:

Now they crossed the red line Shock

https://nypost.co...hands-off/


Here is the gist of the entire shebang.

“They’re going after coffee farmers. When he says production is ‘fragmented,’ he’s saying it has yet to be captured by corporations & centralized. The coffee farmers in the globalist-termed ‘global south’ are to be stripped of their livelihoods in the name of climate justice.”

The big boys want the money for themselves (250B/year). The only thing that would change is all the coffee farmers would work FOR THEM so they can reap the profits while the farmers continue to eke out an existence. Climate stays the same.

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renatoa
Ze Germans call on war... on Bruxelles green bureaucracy.

https://www.merku...81356.html

German article, use your favorite translate engine to read.
 
allenb
Over 140,000 U.S. Farms Lost In 5 Years

United Nations Agenda 21/30 (sustainable development) is not slowing down and looks to be picking up steam in its war on farming.

Here's an article that covers the loss over the last 5 years of North American farms to Big Ag and to other entities working with the United Nations bent on converting our farms into non productive land. The goal is to eliminate the small and medium sized farms.

https://www.techn...n-5-years/
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allenb
For those interested in connecting more of the dots with UN agenda 21/30 sustainable development and its mission of creating a global government and the elimination of nation states, here's a couple of short video pieces by Ben Rubin of Rise UK. He looks into several UK based organizations that have a primary focus on creating and implementing AI based city and local government control systems that are used to run "smart cities". Smart cities, when fully equipped, are places where all activity will be tracked via AI controlled sensors, cameras, satellites etc. Presently, there are "smart cities" in various stages of development throughout most developed countries around the world.
These two video shorts go over some of the most active companies in England who are engaged in this. It's very interesting that much of the heavy hitters in this arena are based in London and the royal family are extremely influential in everything Agenda 21, including it's creation in the early 1990's.

https://riseuk.su...dium=email

https://riseuk.su...p;r=1udoiu
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oldgrumpus

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Mike_Mathis wrote:

The big boys want the money for themselves (250B/year). The only thing that would change is all the coffee farmers would work FOR THEM so they can reap the profits while the farmers continue to eke out an existence. Climate stays the same.


Looks like they want to reinstitute the feudal system or maybe sharecropping. Either way, let's just call it what it is... Slavery.

Thanks Renatoa and Allenb for keeping us informed!
 
allenb
By this time, I'm sure most of you who have been keeping up with real news sources are aware of the massive numbers of MRNA so-called "corona virus vaccines" injuries. It's in the millions world wide.

Now, Bill Gates and his cronies are looking to find alternative ways to get the MRNA experimental gene therapies into us by using our food supply. Here's a good article covering how the Tennessee senate had to introduce a bill to prevent these knuckleheads from doing just that. Hopefully other states can be as proactive and prevent this before its too late.

This is from the same source as the war on farmers, United Nations agenda 21. But, it's another angle they're taking for population reduction.

https://www.techn...s-in-food/
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allenb
One more article for you on a related topic. They're moving at light speed on this one!

https://www.techn...l-control/
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oldgrumpus
I'm not looking forward to this. Interesting thing happened this week while shopping for our weekly grocery pickup. The store, a Kroger regional brand, "Fred Meyer", is telling us they're keeping tabs on ALL of our shopping habits and reporting to the state of Washington government, all purchases that can be related to health, in any way. My question is "Why"? I this just considered the first step as they expand the program in the near future?
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renatoa
Sustainable is a good thing, right? Then why... https://dailycoff...ange-that/
 
renatoa
And they start to kneel... to EUDR
https://www.world...-EUDR-comp
 
allenb
So we will now have to pay a premium for our coffee so our coffee producers can bribe, um, I meant pay the price for meeting agenda 21's requirement of providing proof that they are not causing deforestation by hiring the United Nations satellite peeping tom snoop/snitch Enveritas.

I wonder how long it will be before we have to hire Enveritas to prove to the United Nations we aren't wasting too much energy by driving too much or living in a house that isn't insulated well enough?
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renatoa
No wait, already there...
https://www.polit...-weekends/
 
allenb

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Are the citizens of Germany close to becoming the Eloi in the movie The Time Machine?


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renatoa
Sometimes I think humanity should stop evolution in something similar to Amish communities.
No technology, thus no wars, but still coffee roasting... isn't this heaven enough ?
 
allenb
With the way things are going these days, living in an Amish community might be a nice change.

My hope for Germany and all of Europe, is that they don't remain like the Eloi but instead, stand up to the tyranny of the EU and their counterpart, the United Nations sustainable development unelected rulers.
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renatoa
Sustainable hypocrisy... https://dailycoff...th-day-pr/
 
renatoa
A step in the "right" direction...

https://www.fairt...-is-needed

https://www.europ...nvironment

https://single-ma...plained_en
 
renatoa
Big roasters asking for EUDR delay ... https://www.coffe...notes/eudr

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- Smallholder Coffee Farmers Need Adequate Structures, Enough Time, and Financial Resources to Comply with EUDR
- Smallholder Coffee Farmers Are at Risk of Being Excluded from the EU Market
- Shortcomings in the EUDR Design Could Promote Poverty and Counteract Sustainability
 
renatoa
The Race to Map the World and Protect $110 Billion of Trade
Bloomberg about EUDR

https://www.bloom...ply-chain/
 
allenb
Interesting article.

EU definition of sustainability: Crush the peasants and smallholder farms and allow the big cats to take over with large corporate farms producing low quality, consumer grade coffee at a substantially increased cost. But, all bureaucratic paperwork and money flowing to the proper bureaucrats is sustained indefinitely to maintain a happy sustainable world!
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allenb

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As things evolve quickly, soon will have cylons in our roasting equipment... https://en.wikipe...iki/Cylons
... and they have a plan Grin


You may have helped me figure out who is running the UN sustainable development offices in charge of the war on farmers. The description and modus operandi seem to match perfectly! https://en.wikipe...eries).jpg
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