If you look around, you can see the sorcerers of this particular apocalypse already hard at work trying to change mankind’s future into a disaster very much like the one described here. Nevermind climate change and bizarro weather (HAARP anybody?). It doesn’t take much imagination to guess what could happen with the continued and expanded use of GMOs and worse rendering much of the world’s food unusable. The people of Venezuela have already been living with $150-a-dozen eggs, and empty supermarket shelves — which only goes to support sci-fi author William Gibson’s claim that “The future is already here — it’s just not evenly distributed”. From VICE Motherboard:
“The US national security industry is planning for the impact of an unprecedented global food crisis lasting as long as a decade, according to reports by a government contractor.
The studies published by CNA Corporation in December 2015, unreported until now, describe a detailed simulation of a protracted global food crisis from 2020 to 2030.
“As the Canadian government continues their targeted harassment of Michael Schmidt, farmer at Glencolton Farms, the legal cases continue through the Canadian court system. Michael Schmidt’s 23 year-battle with the Canadian government has entered a new chapter. This time, the Canadian government has taken a new approach by targeting all consumers of raw milk in addition to the farmers….”
“In February of 2016, the Provincial government filed an application for injunction against Michael Schmidt, his wife and son and, for the first time, all the herdshare members or anyone involved in distribution including property owners who allow their space to be used as a drop site for Glencolton Farms.
Support Michael Schmidt and the “Our Farm Our Food” farmshare in their legal battle for Food Choice Rights in Ontario
“Twenty one years ago, Michael Schmidt began a fight that continues today.
His fight, which has now become our fight, is to allow us to choose our own food.
Food rights, for mothers, children, families and all of us.
For two decades he has been harassed and persecuted by the government.
Today, Glencolton Farms is owned by 120 families who stand by Michael to offer a bastion of resistance in this struggle against unfair government action. We are not going away, we are not hiding, for we have nothing to hide.
This is a long fight. Legal bills, communications, advocacy….all are part of the costs of standing up for the rights of people to choose their own food.
Please donate today. A donation of $50 contributes to one hour of legal support for Michael and the owners of Glencolton Farms.
This is a fight for all who care about where their food comes from. Please be part of this today.”
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Elisa posted this today on Youtube: