Coming Food Crisis Plays into Global Elite’s Demand for Population Stabilization
Susanne Posel, Contributor
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Since 2010, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization has stated that the rise in food prices is directly correlated to the 80 million people being added to the world’s population annually. This fact, according to the globalists at the UN, is beginning to “tax both the skills of farmers and the limits of the earth’s land and water resources.”
Added to this problem are the 3 million people who are “moving up the food chain” eating more than their share in gluttonous nations like the United States and China.
While New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is announcing that the city plans to ban sugary beverages larger than 16 ounces to curb the waistlines of the average New Yorker, the rest of the world is wondering where their next meal may be coming from.
In the UK, the average person’s weight continues to dramatically increase with the use of high fructose corn syrup, increased consumption of processed foods and a lethargic lifestyle. Their societal issues with food and weight are mirrored in America. And if compared to other nations, the problem remains the same. While some die of starvation, others are dying from over consumption. Both the degenerative quality of the food being sold in the developed world, and the lack of food in the under-developed nations are causational to the same end – population reduction.