The drive to control the food chain completely and take farming away from the individual farmer, replacing him/her with the corporate machine, has long been the desired outcome.
In the SW of England, where several years ago farmers were hit by extraordinary difficult times, it allowed the vultures of the corporate world to swoop down and buy, for a pittance, the lands, the holdings and livlihoods of these unfortunate, dedicated stewards of the land and soil. Agro chemical took the place of organic farming, destroying the heritage of centuries of stewardship.
Today, under the travesty of the Covid CoverUp we are seeing the rape and take over of our food industry, so treasured through love and devotion for the land and nature. Land Managers are parachuted in to replace the farmer, his family and livelihood. Where food production ends the rewilding of good land is enacted to prevent farming it.
The forced marches where people are herded, like cattle, back into the urban environment and smart cities becomes the new way.
You Are Being Trained for Food Shortages
The imposition of controlled food shortgages will be another nail into the coffin of freedom. Shortages of food is an almost unimaginable situation for those in the West. Deprivation of basics has never been experienced. The younger generations as ignorant as they are where and how food is brought to their table, is so ill equipped to deal with these very reasl scenarios, it is frightening. Their fear and ignorance merely drive them helpless into the arms of those controlling them.
We all thought the toilet paper craze was lunatic
When the food is stifled the Zombie desperados will make toilet paper seem like a picnic
Agricultural cooperatives are important and more imperative today than at any time. Saving our agriculture, learning to grow your own are all part of retianing autonomy over the food chain.
That younger people need to comprehend and immerse themselves in learning self sufficiency is as important as any subject they learn at school. How we have indoctrinated the young to be as ignorant as they are of their food sources, cultivation is a crime against our humanity.
It is essential for each and all of us to be prepped and ready for whatever they next throw down the pipe. Without food we can only last so long. Figures of 300,000 deaths from starvation are not exaggerated.
Supporting Farmers Markets is one way we all can actively help the survival of agriculture and specifically farmers themselves. Here is a great registry of all farmers and all things farming in the UK. While we can it is imperative we make these connections and support the industry.
If we wish to see a sustainable, in the way that word really means and not the sustainable rubbish propaganda as seen in the Strategic Intelligence initiatives from the World Economic Forum, then we need to take action. Supermarkets will never meet the real need, merely their bottom line needs
Jonathan L Trapman is an author, creative writer and photojournalist who has spent the better part of his 45 odd years in public life, learning from his personal experiences, sharing them, listening to others, whose lives have allowed him to open his own mind to a beauty, even within horror, that is transforming and empowering. His written work endeavors to convey, through true tales and fiction, impressions thus garnered. Dreams and Realities can be purchased (signed by the author if wanted) here.