While you may be preoccupied with inflation and culture wars, many countries around the world face food insecurity due to the brilliant ideas of our global elites. This week Sri Lanka appears to be in the news as its government seems to be on the verge of falling, but this is not the first country to suffer as a result of the irresponsible actions of our global elites.
Nations that are fully supportive of the global climate agenda encourage the use of natural fertilizers to fight the Sun Monster. Last year, Sri Lanka’s President Gotabaya Rajapaksa outlawed all chemical fertilizers. There were concerns about food insecurity in Sri Lanka by December 2021. Rajapaksa, the ex-president of Sri Lanka, is now in hiding. Thousands of hungry Sri Lankans can be seen rummaging through Rajapaksa’s kitchen cabinets, using his bathroom, and even begging for food. He fled to the Maldives.
Similar developments took place in Ghana, which was rich in oil and gas discoveries in the early 2000s. In 2015, the World Bank approved the largest guarantee ever for Ghana’s energy sector. It was planned to build natural gas production and power stations, primarily to benefit investors from Italy and the Netherlands. This partnership was with Ghana’s National Petroleum Corporation. We wonder why African nations hate America.
In 2021, Ghana’s Agriculture Minister encouraged the use of organic fertilizers to combat climate change and the shortages caused by the pandemic. Despite investments in its natural resources, Ghana has been experiencing frequent blackouts ever since last year. Tucker Carlson reported Tuesday on the fact that Ghana is experiencing severe food shortages. Protestors clashed in Accra’s capital, Accra, on June 23rd to protest rising fuel prices, an electronic payment tax, and spiraling inflation. When hunger strikes, expect angry crowds to grow as large as in Sri Lanka. Things can quickly turn sour when people are hungry.
The third world is not the only place where problems exist. The government has told the Netherlands’ cattle ranchers and farmers to cut nitrogen and ammonia usage by half. They can then ride a tractor into town or block the border. This seems absurd since nitrogen is an essential ingredient in all fertilizers, organic or not. It is essential for plants to photosynthesize. Milorganite, also known as pelletized chicken poop, is a great fertilizer to use at home. It’s high in ammonia and as organic as it gets.
There is no way to reconcile the two sides of the equation regarding how to balance the WEF’s need for manure and the WEF’s desire to stop meat production. This is one of the ways you can tell that the climate cabal does not consist of serious people. They are ideologues. The Netherlands is the second largest net exporter of food in the world. This means that it will not be just the Dutch who go hungry if their agricultural sector fails from stupidity.
Tucker Carlson’s monologue noted that we don’t need to wonder how the green revolution UN and WEF are pushing will turn out. We know. Samantha Power, USAID Administrator, and resident genius are here to remind us. She sees the fertilizer shortage as an opportunity for “natural solutions”, such as those being tested in Sri Lanka, Ghana, and the Netherlands. She also wants Americans to pay for it.
Biden official Samantha Power celebrates fertilizer shortages that will force farmers to “hasten transitions” to “natural solutions, like manure and compost.”
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Ask her how to grow tomatoes. Or how to grow a field of wheat. She likely has enough knowledge about food production to be able to order groceries from Whole Foods via an app. Global elites such as her believe their status allows them to weigh in on global production. It appears to be working well so far.
Carlson also explained there is a significant correlation between a country’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) score and pending societal collapse due to hunger and power shortages. According to the data he provided, the Environmental Impact scores for Ghana, Sri Lanka, and the Netherlands are 97.7%, 98.1%, and 98.7%. “So the poorer you get, the more human suffering there is, the higher your ESG score,” he noted. As climate activist Michael Shellenberger warned, the apocalyptic climate movement pushes pro-scarcity and anti-human policies. Recent events seem to underscore his view.
Similar steps are being taken by other countries. Carlson says that in 2015, South Africa committed to switching to renewables. Seven years later, and with a score of 91%, the country experienced rolling blackouts. France’s transition is also not going well. Protests started in 2018 after France achieved an ESG score of 92.6% in 2012 following its clean energy commitments. It is possible to recall how difficult it was for information about the Yellow Vest Protests, which lasted months. In June, President Macron pleaded with President Biden at the G7 to drill more oil through a hot mic.
Europe’s rest is also in crisis. With a score of 92.7 percent, the UK is warning that 6 million people could be affected by power outages this summer. Germany is restricting hot water. Europe’s problems are undoubtedly being exacerbated by Russia’s war. But decades of reckless energy policy that was “not in my backyard”, created a reliance on Russian oil through our backdoor, paving the way for the current energy crisis. If nothing is done quickly, people will freeze to death in Europe.
Carlson’s report shows that the United States has a score of 58% on the Environmental Index. Biden promised to end drilling, fracking, and fossil fuel subsidies during his 2020 campaign. It seems that he has kept his promise to date. The Northeast and Midwest residents who depend on propane and heating oil may have to choose between fuel and food this winter. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports that heating oil prices rose 23% last year and will rise by almost 50% in 2022. This is in addition to the record-breaking inflation for all other commodities.
America is at crossroads. Biden and those in charge of this administration want to steer us down the same road as Europe, Sri Lanka, and Ghana. How long will it be before shelves are empty and homes get cold before Americans start to say “NO”
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