There is a plan by certain global interests to bring about a massive agricultural and food industry reset. These same companies already control every sector of our world economy to the largest degree.
In this video - Corporate Food Takeover - Episode 2, Kate Mason poses (and answers) the question:
"Who really benefits from this great reset of our agricultural systems. I explore a recent partnership entered into by the Victorian government with a Silicon Valley Ag Tech Company which is part of the great agricultural reset. And I unpack some of the implications of big corporate having complete control over our food systems." (Kate Mason)
According to Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum, the forum's objective is to establish private corporations as stewards of society to tackle social and environmental issues.
It is evident that the government is implementing collaborations linked to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Great Reset.
However, many people are unaware of the significant impact these initiatives will have on farmers and the general public in terms of how food is produced, what can be grown and purchased, and the control of our food systems.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has many worrying consequences, one of which is the integration of agricultural technology, resulting in corporate dominance over food systems through technological advancements.
Due to their vast, seemingly unlimited financial resources and lobbying power, these corporations and the elite are the only ones whose ideas are given attention in mainstream media.
They are able to establish new markets that they benefit from, and exert control over governments, eliminating any competition.
The World Economic Forum and UN Sustainable Development Goals aims to eliminate traditional farming and replace it with indoor vertical farming, where synthetic, genetically modified food is the norm. This is causing farmers to struggle for their livelihoods as many farms are losing business and jobs.
The Great Reset raises questions about who truly benefits from it. If it's not the general public, then who is it? It appears that large, successful companies are profiting greatly from it - the Fortune 500 companies.
For further research on this subject of our food industry being apprehended
- Some articles referred to in Kate Mason's above video:
- Article written by Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum: Why we need the ‘Davos Manifesto’ for a better kind of capitalism.
- The community of Strategic Partners who work closely with the WEF to help shape industry, regional and global agendas. The names of these big conglomerates will be known to you.
- Fourth Industrial Revolution - article on WEF website. "These advances are merging the physical, digital and biological worlds in ways that create both huge promise and potential peril. The speed, breadth and depth of this revolution is forcing us to rethink how countries develop, how organisations create value and even what it means to be human."
- Read here about how a Global Leader Backs Victorian AgTech With HQ, New Fund.
A White Paper on Animal Source Foods
This academic article suggests these schemes “are aggressively endorsed by powerful vested interests such as the World Economic Forum, based on a rationale of 'sustainable development', market expansion, societal design, and resource control".
The main supporters of this transformation and transition to a new food system that is low in animal source foods (ASFs) will be identified as clusters of:
- transnational corporations (such as Bayer and Monsanto)
- investors and vegan tech companies
- capitalist power centers
- non-governmental organizations
- ecotopian futurists
- global management institutions, and
- their combined public-private partnerships (PPPs).
Each of the above are addressed separately in the linked paper, with footnotes to support.