Though they have not been in the news much lately due to many other distractions, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are still a very serious problem in the United States. And it appears they are about to become even more of a problem thanks to billions of dollars of investments by the federal government.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), using American tax dollars, has introduced a new “Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities” bioengineering and biotechnology program that combines two of the globalists’ top agendas: changing the “climate” of the planet with a new economic order, and recreating the entire food supply into the image of “science.”
It is not enough, apparently, for Big Biotech to control most major crop commodities, including corn and soy, the vast majority of which are genetically engineered (GE). Now, they are going after animals like bison and possibly even hemp crops.
According to the USDA, the effort will “expand markets for America’s climate-smart commodities, leverage the greenhouse gas benefits of climate-smart commodity production, and provide direct, meaningful benefits to production agriculture, including for small and underserved producers.”
Secretary Tom Vilsack announced back in September that $2.8 billion will be thrown at 70 different projects under the first pool of partnerships. In the end, more than $3 billion will be spent “in pilots that will create market opportunities for American commodities produced using climate-smart production practices.”
Two projects in particular that we would like to draw your attention to are “regenerative bison” and hemp with “new genetics.” The USDA is spending $7 million and $5 million, respectively, on these two apparent GMO projects.
“Verified Regenerative Bison Products,” as the first project is called, aims to introduce altered American bison to tribal lands in the heartland of Oklahoma. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes will reportedly be involved.
“The project will develop a demonstration program on tribal lands, implementing and expanding multiple climate-smart markets and practices in production of American bison, and will showcase the benefits of regenerative bison production to rangeland, ranchers, and climate,” the USDA explains.
“It will also create a new entity to maintain standards of regenerative bison production, track climate benefits and payment for those benefits through the supply chain, and establish consumer trust.”
What, exactly, is meant by the word “regenerative” in this context? We would like to know the answer to that question because it sure sounds a whole lot like biotechnology and GMOs, seeing as how that is the explicit aim of the USDA’s Climate-Smart Commodities program.
The other aforementioned project involving hemp is described as a “scaling up” of the hemp supply chain to create “carbon negative feedback for fuel and fiber.” This project will reportedly take place in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas, and is being spearheaded by Lincoln University.
Here is how that project is described:
“This project will help with commercializing and marketing climate-smart hemp crops while driving soil carbon sequestration and climate resilience. The project aims to provide effective valuation and monetization of environmental services, including carbon dioxide removal via implementation of new genetics and management practices to increase sustainability of hemp as an annual crop in the U.S.”
What, exactly, do they mean by “new genetics” in this context? This one seems even more self-explanatory than the bison project in that mad scientists are planning to tamper with the sacred hemp plant, which is already regenerative and good for the planet, possessing the natural ability to clean up soil, eradicate pests, and improve public health.
There is no need for GMO hemp, in other words, but the USDA is on a mission to destroy the natural food supply and replace it with patented, privately-owned fake “food” that generates massive profits for a select few while impoverishing and ultimately killing everyone else.
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