13 Countries Sign WEF Treaty to Engineer an ‘Ethical Global Famine’

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In a move that would make even the most cynical dystopian novelist proud, thirteen western countries, including the United States, have signed a World Economic Forum (WEF) treaty aimed at engineering what they are calling an “ethical global famine.” This move, aligned with the lofty goals of the WEF’s Agenda 2030, promises to bring a controlled demolition of the agriculture industry while introducing widespread starvation and famine for humanity. Bravo, global leaders!

Participating Countries in the ‘Ethical Famine’ Initiative

The countries eagerly signing up for this noble cause include:

  • United States
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Burkina Faso
  • Chile
  • Czech Republic
  • Ecuador
  • Germany
  • Panama
  • Peru
  • Spain
  • Uruguay

These countries are set to orchestrate a “controlled demolition” of the agriculture industry, effectively paving the way for a world where starvation and famine are the new normal.

The Genius Behind the Plan: Climate Change and Agriculture

According to the visionaries behind this grand scheme, drastic measures are necessary to combat climate change. The globalists argue that agriculture, including the rearing of animals, must come to an end to prevent animal flatulence from heating the environment.

Luis Planas, Spain’s Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food, lauded the international community’s shared commitment to mitigate methane emissions from agriculture, claiming it as a significant step towards achieving the Paris Agreement’s goals.

Marcelo Mena, CEO of the Global Methane Hub, couldn’t agree more. He pointed out that food systems are responsible for 60 percent of methane emissions.

The Future of Food: Insects on the Menu

In this brave new world, traditional farming and animal rearing will become relics of the past. Instead, the global elite propose a diet rich in crickets and insect larvae. This not only promises to be a sustainable solution but also a delightful culinary experience for the masses.

John Kerry, the perennial advocate of global warming awareness, claims that mitigating methane is the fastest way to reduce warming in the short term. He asserts that food and agriculture can contribute to a low-methane future by improving farmer productivity and resilience. Of course, this involves a significant transition from eating real foods like beef and chicken to consuming crickets and insect larvae, which are, unsurprisingly, toxic and non-nutritious to humans.

The Global Methane Pledge: A New Dawn for Food Consumption

Part of the Global Methane Pledge involves a massive shift in our diet. Journalist Leo Hohmann explains that replacing a major portion of beef, dairy cattle, pork, and chicken with insect larvae, mealworms, and crickets is among the practices being considered. This transition is already underway, with billionaires investing in massive insect factories in Illinois, Canada, and the Netherlands.

The U.N., World Economic Forum, and other NGOs have been promoting meatless diets and the consumption of insect protein for years. These efforts are now bearing fruit, with insect protein set to become a staple in our diets, often without clear labels to inform us of exactly what we are eating.

Kamala Harris’ Vision: Population Control Through Famine

Vice President Kamala Harris has added her voice to the chorus, calling for a “reduced population” as a means to save the planet. This can be achieved, in part, through the destruction of the global food supply. The latest narrative suggests that food itself is a significant contributor to global warming. Hence, a return to a hunter-gatherer society with a drastically reduced population is presented as the ideal solution for cooling the planet.

Conclusion: A Starving World for a Better Tomorrow

As we navigate this new era of ethical global famine, one thing is clear: the global elites are committed to saving the planet, even if it means we all starve in the process. The transition to insect-based diets, the reduction in global food supply, and the inevitable population control measures are all part of a grand design to create a sustainable future.

So, here’s to a future where we dine on crickets and insect larvae while applauding the visionaries who have engineered this ethical famine. After all, nothing says progress quite like a world where food scarcity is celebrated as a triumph of environmental stewardship. Cheers to our enlightened leaders and their unwavering commitment to a greener, albeit hungrier, tomorrow!

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