The Benefits of World Hunger

For those of us at the high end of the social ladder, ending hunger globally would be a disaster. If there were no hunger in the world, who would plow the fields? Who would harvest our vegetables? Who would work in the rendering plants? Who would clean our toilets? We would have to produce our own food and clean our own toilets. No wonder people at the high end are not rushing to solve the hunger problem. For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset.” ~ United Nations Report (removed from their website on 9 July 2022 but archived here)

Observations of life in impoverished nations show that people are kept in levels of stress related to where the next meal might come from, followed by how to pay for necessary but inaccessible health care, often needed for illnesses associated with malnutrition. Complex systems advantage the wealthy and powerful so that any attempt at improvement for the disadvantaged is an uphill battle which will fail for many reasons. This maintains the power dynamic between the wealthy, who live comfortably with freedom and superiority, and the impoverished who do not.

So it resonated with me to hear Naomi Wolf suggest that causing mass ill-health was an intentional act from those leading the global “lockdown is how to respond to an infectious disease threat” nonsense. The wealthy can definitely maintain more power if the lower classes are struggling with health issues, and with finding an income. This is an observable fact if you have ever lived in a poor nation. It is also an observable fact in wealthy nations now, where many are already struggling to find appropriate health care following injuries from injection with dangerous toxins, and with paying their bills due to the ill health they now live with.

Next to mass population injection with a toxin responsible for multiple health harms, the best way to keep people unhealthy, is to reduce their food supplies. Across multiple social and mainstream media channels, any such suggestion that this is happening gets “fact checked”.

So is it a coincidence that farmers across the world are being told that their activities (which ultimately feed us all) are a threat to the planet? The dangers of Carbon Dioxide for example.

In Holland farmers are refusing to allow this false narrative to destroy their livelihoods (and our access to the food they produce). This Dutch farmer removed the PM’s private jet and towed it through the streets.

Police (across the world imposing insane rules on populations at the behest of World Economic Forum in the name of “biosecurity”) came up against Dutch farmers this week.

Why Holland? This Sky News report seems to have an answer to that, although farmers across Europe and the western world are all being threatened with similar enforcements in the name of “protecting the climate”. That’s very likely explained here too.

This has all happened before, with horrific outcomes for local farmers and indigenous land owners. Vandana Shiva, author of One Earth, One Humanity Vs. The One Percent, on the destructive impact of billionaire philanthro-capitalists and how to protect against them, here.

Monkeypox, as planned at a pandemic simulation exercise in March 2021 (this chart is from page 10 of the report), is now making an appearance as the next threat to our health. PCR is used inappropriately again, as a diagnostic test.

World Council for Health’s weekly assembly on 20 June addressed the issue of monkeypox, and the emerging global biosecurity state that is “keeping us all safe” courtesy pharmaceutical industry “solutions“.

The misconduct and criminality within public health organisations including WHO, Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust etc, is described and it is astounding.

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