The United Nations Finds Another Way to Reduce the Worlds Food Supply

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Chris Carrington
The Daily Sheeple
February 18th, 2014

The United Nations, not satisfied with its Agenda 21 policies and eugenics programs, has come up with another way to deprive us of food.

On the back of ‘research’ conducted by their International Seabed Authority, they have invited companies to apply for deep sea mining licenses.

The idea of exploiting the gold, copper, manganese, cobalt and other metals of the ocean floor has been considered for decades, but only recently became feasible with high commodity prices and new technology.

The study by the United Nations that the mining operations will cause “inevitable environmental damage” according to the ISA study.

There have already been 19 licenses granted, and another seven are due to be granted over the coming weeks and months.

According to the UN website:

Under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, the ISA was set up to encourage and manage seabed mining for the wider benefit of humanity – with a share of any profits going to developing countries.

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