July 28, 2022
Itâ€™s a simple fact that we canâ€™t support 330 million Americans and eight billion people worldwide without modern food production methods. Itâ€™s also factual that highly efficient, hi-tech farming, enabling us to produce more food on less land, is a major reason why thereâ€™s more forested area in America today than a century ago. Following from this is that millions will starve, and struggling for survival will ravage the environment in the process, if we scuttle these modern food-production methods. Tragically, this scuttling is well underway, too
When Japan decided to industrialize the first thing the Emperor ordered was to reform agricultural practices. Why? Because he realized that to have an industrial civilization he must be able to first feed his people and provide for their basic material needs.
Most Third World countries that tried to industrialize failed because they never considered improving agriculture.
Mechanized farming, along with small family farming (small businesses) as the backbone is what gave us the bounty of food that allowed us to feed the world. And we grew rich off of it. When there is plenty to eat there is plenty of energy to make stuff and invent things.
Americans don't understand hunger. It's a trap; you can't do anything but pursue your next meal when you don't have enough to eat. Africa and other poor places understood this. But they couldn't get out of this trap because they couldn't get a free market that was secure by a stable government.
We had it but now are in the process of throwing it away, chasing the green dreams of utopian ecology socialism. The Great Reset will bring about the ride of the Black Horse:
Revelation 6:5-6. (5) When He opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come and see." So I looked, and behold, a black horse, and he who sat on it had a pair of scales in his hand. (6) And I heard a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying, "A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not harm the oil and the wine."
That sounds surprisingly familiar in the current day. And it will get worse as farmers are unable to grow crops without fertilizer, without diesel fuel, without tractors and with the environmental lobby and their government lackeys riding them. We've seen riots in unlikely places like the Netherlands, and a revolution in Sri Lanka based on farm regulations. It will only get worse in the coming months and years.
And famine brings war, the red horseman. And both bring pestilence. We've already seen pestilence thanks to a lab in China funded by the U.S.
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