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It has recently come view about Bill Gates purchasing 242,000 acres of American farm lands across 18 states. I guess David was right yet again about controlling the food supply. David's books are prophetic.

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I don't know what Gates is playing at with this land purchase but it can't be abut controlling the food supply with this paltry purchase of a quarter million acres ... farm land , just in the US totals 900 million acres so it will have no impact...

 

He could be planning to grow some toxic Frankenstein food ...we'll have to see ...

 

Food is a tricky one for the controllers to crack , the easiest way is to sabotage delivery. Nationwide blackouts ,then follows  the inevitable looting and destruction of shops , delivery trucks highjacked , so food can't get through , it rots and farmers go bankrupt. 

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2 hours ago, oz93666 said:

I don't know what Gates is playing at with this land purchase but it can't be abut controlling the food supply with this paltry purchase of a quarter million acres ... farm land , just in the US totals 900 million acres so it will have no impact...

 

He could be planning to grow some toxic Frankenstein food ...we'll have to see ...

 

Food is a tricky one for the controllers to crack , the easiest way is to sabotage delivery. Nationwide blackouts ,then follows  the inevitable looting and destruction of shops , delivery trucks highjacked , so food can't get through , it rots and farmers go bankrupt. 

My guess is that the land could be for exactly that, growing toxic gmo sterilising food. He bought 500,000 shares of Monsanto in 2010 and called gmos the ‘solution’, can’t be to world hunger cuz it has a worse yield, destroys the soil and health, and also has the epicyte gene engineered into corn which attacks sperm. The guys obsessed! Over the years Monsanto have taken over the market, sometimes with lobbying (Michael Taylor) for example. Making the US government making it harder and harder for small organic farmers. Eventually it will be deemed ‘unsafe’ to grow our own food, along with how we are never taught how to grow food, the only food left will be Monsanto’s! And of course Monsanto’s goal is to have 100% gmo seeds over the world, except for the organic ones in the arctic that the elite eat. This is another reason why bill gates and co are murdering the bees through pesticides, geoengineering and emf radiation. With no bees, we are left with Monsanto’s self pollinating seeds! Shit like this gets me praying 

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Lets consider Bill Gates various investments:

 

-Monsanto which creates GMO's, terminator seeds (lead to the suicides of many indian farmers) and toxic roundup which is now being sued to destruction and of course AGENT ORANGE which caused birth defects in many vietnamese civilians and also VC and US troops

-GMO mosquitos which he described as syringes with wings

-geoengineering research

-a 'decade of vaccines' which has caused polio outbreaks around the world

-ID2020, CEPI, GAVI and the current covid-con

-experimental mRNA vaccines previously found to kill the test subjects when researched for sars cov 1

 

So should we be concerned that he is buying land? hell yeah. probably to grow synthetic GMO foods as part of his anti-nature, anti-life agenda

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16 hours ago, MJtake said:

It has recently come view about Bill Gates purchasing 242,000 acres of American farm lands across 18 states. I guess David was right yet again about controlling the food supply. David's books are prophetic.

But this could just be seen as an investment. Is he definitely using it for crops and not other projects?

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15 hours ago, oz93666 said:

I don't know what Gates is playing at with this land purchase but it can't be abut controlling the food supply with this paltry purchase of a quarter million acres ... farm land , just in the US totals 900 million acres so it will have no impact...

 

He could be planning to grow some toxic Frankenstein food ...we'll have to see ...

 

Food is a tricky one for the controllers to crack , the easiest way is to sabotage delivery. Nationwide blackouts ,then follows  the inevitable looting and destruction of shops , delivery trucks highjacked , so food can't get through , it rots and farmers go bankrupt. 

But what if he is growing some super food?

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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

currency devaluation....better to be invested in something tangible

Could be the case mate. Looking a bit further ahead Bill's spoken in 2018 already about his dislike for unregulated cryptocurrencies, stating something along the lines of Bitcoin being a greater fool theory investment and that value should be proportionate to productive input. If I understood that correctly it sounds relative to his companies patent on the system that rewards human activity with crypto, everyone knows the number.

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Going a bit off topic but as far as farmland goes I have a hunch what we call human waste isn't waste at all and that it's maybe better to get that shit into the ground so the environmental organisms can take it up to pass on information about our biological activity. Maybe to produce organic byproducts that might be more beneficial to us depending on our relationship with the environment. I know it's already done in some ways now but it doesn't appear to come without problems. Like having to artificially render it viable to use as fertiliser due to contamination with pharma meds, heavy metals and pollutants. I wonder how that artificially affects the interpretation of us in the organisms that use it in agriculture.

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15 hours ago, facere arbitrium said:

Going a bit off topic but as far as farmland goes I have a hunch what we call human waste isn't waste at all and that it's maybe better to get that shit into the ground so the environmental organisms can take it up to pass on information about our biological activity. Maybe to produce organic byproducts that might be more beneficial to us depending on our relationship with the environment. I know it's already done in some ways now but it doesn't appear to come without problems. Like having to artificially render it viable to use as fertiliser due to contamination with pharma meds, heavy metals and pollutants. I wonder how that artificially affects the interpretation of us in the organisms that use it in agriculture.

 

sorry i'm out of likes but that is a very interesting perspective. A sort of feedback loop of human poop going into the ground and then the ground giving back to us

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8 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

sorry i'm out of likes but that is a very interesting perspective. A sort of feedback loop of human poop going into the ground and then the ground giving back to us

A bit like universal credit then.

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Yeah exactly, waste not want not. I was just reading and thinking about symbiosis and bioaccumulation the other evening and it just seems unusual how much we re-purpose ourselves almost as if we're something that exists outside of nature although everything that surrounds us suggests otherwise. Even a dog knows where to take a dump.

Humans, we create little poo poo prisons and then have debates about who gets to share them, then get offended when being confronted with the truth that we would not hold hands with someone we don't feel comfortable with to share a bush to poo poo behind unless it was forced upon us. I understand for some it comes from a genuine emotional need to validate their self-identity and feel accepted but we often ignore the other aspects of ourselves and how in certain unnatural environments that ignorance facilitates abuse.

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11 hours ago, Dizza said:

A bit like universal credit then.

 

no not like universal credit

 

What he is speaking about is the idea that we are not separate from the land and that we and the land are communicating back and forth in many ways

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10 hours ago, facere arbitrium said:

Yeah exactly, waste not want not. I was just reading and thinking about symbiosis and bioaccumulation the other evening and it just seems unusual how much we re-purpose ourselves almost as if we're something that exists outside of nature although everything that surrounds us suggests otherwise. Even a dog knows where to take a dump.

 

The movie 'avatar' depicts a world where the people are connected to the land through bio-attachments through which they can communicate with animals and trees but we also have receptors in our brain that fit plants and if we are ingesting those plants a connection is being made

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On 1/16/2021 at 3:51 AM, MJtake said:

It has recently come view about Bill Gates purchasing 242,000 acres of American farm lands across 18 states. I guess David was right yet again about controlling the food supply. David's books are prophetic.

 

 

Down on the Farm

 

 

or the GNR version:

 

 

 

 

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An extremely interesting article here by someone who has been sleuthing the land-buys for some years now.  The man buying for Gates is Michael Larson (Cascade LLP) and he also handles the mighty wealth of the Gates Foundation, so he is Mr Money.  The closing note in the article is intriguing too.

Bill Gates: America's Top Farmland Owner | The Land Report

 

Map of the land here.

Gates-Map.jpg

it also has a farmland initiative: Gates Ag One, which has established its headquarters in the Greater St. Louis area. According to the St. Louis Business Journal, Gates Ag One will focus on research that helps “smallholder farmers adapt to climate change and make food production in low- and middle-income countries more productive, resilient, and sustainable.”

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Is it a coincidence that Bidens pick for agricultural secretary, Tom Vilsack, has the most horrific record of approving GMO foods out of anyone you could find? This guy is pure swamp

 

So we have bill gates who is a major investor in GMO food production through monsanto buying up vast tracts of land right at the time that Joe Biden approves an agriculture secretary with a track record of green lighting any and every GMO product that the corporations can conceive of in their demonic brains?

 

He and bill gates are a match made in hell

Biden's pick for agriculture secretary raises serious red flags

This article is more than 1 month old
 

Tom Vilsack is a corporate yes man and former lobbyist with a dismal record in his previous time as secretary. This is appalling

Mon 21 Dec 2020 12.04 GMT

It’s unlikely that Joe Biden expected that, of all his cabinet nominees, his choice for US agriculture secretary would cause the most blowback. Yet that is exactly what happened.

The former secretary Tom Vilsack, fresh off the revolving door, is a kind of all-in-one package of what frustrates so many about the Democratic party. His previous tenure leading the department was littered with failures, ranging from distorting data about Black farmers and discrimination to bowing to corporate conglomerates.

Vilsack’s nomination has been roundly rejected by some of the exact people who helped Biden defeat Trump: organizations representing Black people, progressive rural organizations, family farmers and environmentalists. If the Biden team was looking for ways to unite the multi-racial working class, they have done so – in full-throated opposition to this pick.

We remember when Vilsack toured agricultural communities, hearing devastating testimony of big ag’s criminal treatment of contract farmers. He went through the motions of expressing concern, but nothing came of it: the Department of Justice and the Department of Agriculture (USDA) kowtowed to agribusiness lobbyists and corporate interests, squandering a golden opportunity to rein in meat processing monopolies.

 

We remember when Vilsack’s USDA foreclosed on Black farmers who had outstanding complaints about racial discrimination and whitewashed its own record on civil rights. That’s in addition to the ousting of Shirley Sherrod, a Black and female USDA official, when the far-right media published a doctored hit piece, forcing her resignation.

We remember when Vilsack left his job at the USDA a week early to become a lobbyist as the chief executive of the US Dairy Export Council. He was paid a million-dollar salary to push the same failed policies of his USDA tenure, carrying out the wishes of dairy monopolies. Despite being nominated to lead the USDA again, he’s still collecting paychecks as a lobbyist.

The president-elect should have righted these wrongs by charting a bold, new course for rural communities and farmers in America. Instead, Vilsack’s nomination signaled more of the same from Democratic leadership.

“Democrats need to do something big for rural people to start supporting them again,” Francis Thicke, a family farmer in Fairfield, Iowa, told us recently. “The status quo won’t work, and that’s one reason why Vilsack is the wrong choice.”

Following Trump’s win in 2017, the organization I direct, People’s Action, embarked on a massive listening project. We traveled across rural America – from family farms in Iowa, to the Driftless region of Wisconsin, up the Thumb of Michigan, to the hills of Appalachia – and had 10,000 conversations with rural Americans. When we asked the people we met the biggest barrier to their community getting what it needed, the top answer (81%) was a government captured by corporate power. The Vilsack pick does nothing to assuage these concerns.

As Michael Stovall, founder of Independent Black Farmers, told Politico: “Vilsack is not good for the agriculture industry, period. When it comes to civil rights, the rights of people, he’s not for that.”

Mike Callicrate, a rancher from Colorado Springs, was equally direct. “Vilsack assisted big agribusiness monopolies in preying upon and gutting rural America,” he told us, “greatly reducing opportunities for young people to return and remain on our farms and ranches. His policy led to catastrophic rural decline, followed by suicide rates not seen since the 1980s farm crisis.”

Biden had a chance to finally right some wrongs. Sadly, he missed the mark on this one by a country mile.

• George Goehl is the director of People’s Action

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/dec/21/joe-biden-tom-vilsack-agriculture-secretary

 

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This video is from 3 years ago. Basically going into the depopulation agenda from GMO foods to vaccines.  How they’ve stored the worlds seeds and looking at where their money was going etc. 
 

 

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