The food supply is being affected everywhere.
As long as they can test (and, of course, they can make testing mandatory for agriculture food industry workers), they can also close down farms and factories, that's for sure... Jobs done, animals all destroyed... anybody thinking this is going to be restored soon?..
The Rockefeller Foundation has released a new report, "Reset The Table" -- an implied part of "The Great Reset" -- describing a radical transformation of our food system in the face of the most significant disruption to our food supply in history. The report calls to provide food to all (like UBI), use schools as community nutrition distribution anchors, de-fund farms/ranches via "true cost accounting" that includes CO2, provide funds to BIPOC, collect realtime data for AI/automation, and much, much more
Say something interesting about your business Please note down: Ice Age Farmer's videos, they are essential: Whatever happens in the US in maters of 'sustainable goals', needs to come here also here.
Incredible news from Germany
As know Boris Johnson wants to put ne 100 billion into Operation Moonshot, an amount bigger than the annual budget of the entire NHS... We also need to consider the 173 billion that he's already borrowed this year.. which are a £146.9billion increase on last year This is already ECONOMIC COLLAPSE... - Boris Johnson borrowed more money in five months to tackle coronavirus than the Government did in entire YEAR after 2008 financial crash as national debt spikes above £2 TRILLION
See also the LOCKDOWN page
COVID-19 isn’t just giving people pneumonia, it’s starving them too (Christian Post, October 2020)
But it’s not just the availability of healthcare that will devastate countries like Sudan and Haiti. It’s the food shortages. In fact, more people could die of hunger linked to COVID-19 than from the virus itself.
With millions of people on lockdown, their ability to work has been limited. This means many cannot afford to eat. Those who are working may be finding that their incomes have diminished significantly. According to the World Bank, global production levels for staples like rice, wheat and maize are near all-time highs, but “the prices of certain cash crops – an important source of rural income – have been depressed by the slowing of global demand.” More than 820 million people were already food insecure before the pandemic, but now the United Nations World Food Programme has estimated that 265 million people could face acute food insecurity by the end of 2020.
Planned destruction of economy is nothing new... this happened again and again in the Third World and in the ex-communist countries at the command of the International Monetary Fund (*).....Maybe some of us remember this extraordinary example of resistance from Argentina... IT CAN BE DONE!
UPDATE August 2020: Economic Hitman Makes a Confession About America’s Biggest Threat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLc3ehhPIKA