While the World Economic Forum and their UN partners' Sustainable Development Goals and Committee on World Food Security push for NET Zero carbon emissions and 50% of the world's land and sea mass by 2050, Third World countries are left starving while crop-output plummets. Net Zero is the aim of reducing and capturing carbon emissions as agreed to by all G20 countries at the Paris Accord 2016.
First World countries are also now in the line of fire with this aggressive reduction of farming, resulting in Agricultural industry genocide.
As Net Zero tightens its grip, People Rise Up
As the World Economic Forum and UN (heavily funded by the Rockefellers and Bill Gates, to name only a couple) ramp up their Net Zero battle cries, the world is pushing back. Researchers have defined an unprecedented global wave of more than 12,500 protests across 148 countries over food, energy, fuel and cost of living increased in 2022.
In 2022, Sri Lankans were brought to their knees after being forced to go totally organic overnight with their country's crops, rather than a gradual implementation.
This created food shortages of up to 50% and, with the additional unaffordable fuel, energy, food and tyrannical rulership, spurred up the protests.
Over 40,000 farmers in the Netherlands stood up to the confiscation of farmers land and insane overnight reduction of fertilisers.
The Netherlands’ farming output doubled since the 1960s without increasing fertilizer usage, and makes them the second-largest food exporter in the world. The government acknowledges that, if met, the Sustainable Development-Net Zero plans would cut livestock by 30% and put many farmers out of work.
Australia's position on fertiliser
Phosphate underpins food production and China is the top phosphate supplier into Australia.
China's economic planning body, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), is moving to restrict the production and export of phosphates.
Phosphorus is an essential plant nutrient. Australian grain farmers use the granulated fertiliser at planting to establish crops.ABC News
Australia relies on China for 65% of its phosphorus. Tighter environmental protection regulations are coming in that are impacting phosphate manufacturing.
Our tense relationship with China and the poking of the Dragon over the last few years will no doubt contribute to us having to scramble for alternate sources.
Farmers and truckers are feeling the impact of the war in Ukraine, which has pushed prices of fuel and fertilizer higher around the world.
Over the last few years the protests have ramped up due to the draconian Green Agenda, and consequent reductions in energy, fuel and fertiliser, plus steep price hikes.
What horrors will we see in 2023 and onward as crops fail to produce the amounts needed to feed the world?
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