I did a story the other day on the raging fire at one of the nation’s largest egg-producing farms, and right after I did that story, I decided to randomly Google the phrase, “Bill Gates Chicken-free eggs” and this is what came up:
Mind you, I had no clue whatsoever if Bill Gates was involved in eggs, and the only reason that I even bothered to Google that was because I have noticed a “pattern” forming lately, and I am not the only one. A lot of you out there are noticing strange things going on with our “food.” There’s a much bigger push lately by the left to eat bugs and lab-grown meat. And as all of this is going on, meat prices are soaring, eggs cost more than gold, and many food production facilities are facing problems – many engulfed in flames.
So, what gives?
Well, there are a lot of theories, all of which we’re told are “hog wash” by the “fact-checkers,” by the way. But Tucker Carlson thinks something’s up with our nation’s food supply.
One of the best political blogs out there right now, The Conservative Treehouse covered this story.
This is a topic we have covered extensively, and it is great to see Tucker Carlson questioning the sudden alignment of various elements that are creating a very real food insecurity problem.
The #1 factor in the shortage of food production is the newly emboldened ‘western energy policy‘ and the impact energy has on everything from field (fertilizer) to fork (distribution). Other factors include government policy that blocks food development (Dutch, Irish and Sri Lanka Farmers), a sudden uptick in food facilities having major fires and damage, and a series of issues with the feed that goes into the production of proteins.
This is all happening as the advancement of insects as a more “sustainable” protein replacement is being advanced by the same western governments. However, if you happen to notice that all of the issues travel in the same direction, you are a conspiracy theorist, or something.
The Conservative Treehouse goes on to say:
We have been watching the predictable outcomes surrounding the western government shift to change energy policy for almost two years. Approximately a year ago we first said, “the absence of food will change things.”
As energy resources like natural gas were curtailed the resulting price increase and subsequent shortage of fertilizer was discussed in great detail well in advance.
Now, we are starting to see exactly what those warning voices were talking about.
An interesting article in ZeroHedge Saturday [SEE HERE] draws attention to how the media can no longer try to ignore the created global food crisis.
ZeroHedge – People on the other side of the planet are dropping dead from starvation right now, but most people don’t even realize that this is happening. Unfortunately, most people just assume that everything is fine and dandy. If you are one of those people that believe that everything is just wonderful, I would encourage you to pay close attention to the details that I am about to share with you. Global hunger is rapidly spreading, and that is because global food supplies have been getting tighter and tighter.