Did Rockerfeller Foundation Predict The Future

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    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/...ore&cid=20220629&mid=DM1201788&rid=1534192300

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE
    • We’re told looming food shortages are primarily the result of climate change and the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Yet in July 2020, The Rockefeller Foundation had already predicted it, and was calling for a revamp of the food system as a whole to address it

    • “Reset the Table: Meeting the Moment to Transform the U.S. Food System,” published by The Rockefeller Foundation July 28, 2020, describes how the COVID pandemic caused “a hunger and nutrition crisis” in the U.S. “unlike any this country has seen in generations”

    • According to The Rockefeller Foundation, the pandemic revealed deep problems in the U.S. food system that need to be “reset.” “Reset the Table” was published just one month after the World Economic Forum (WEF) officially announced its plans for a “Great Reset,” and many of the contributors to the Foundation’s paper are WEF members

    • While the report stresses the need for “healthy diets” and “sustainable” food production, the words “natural,” “organic” or “grass fed” are absent, so that’s not what they’re referring to
    • The WEF has, for years, promoted the idea that insects should be recognized as a healthy, sustainable protein alternative that can save the environment and solve world hunger
    It seems nothing escapes the prophetic minds of the self-proclaimed designers of the future. They accurately foresee “natural disasters” and foretell coincidental “acts of God.” They know everything before it happens. Perhaps they truly are prophets. Or, perhaps they’re simply describing the inevitable outcomes of their own actions.

    Right now, we’re told looming food shortages are primarily the result of climate change and the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Yet, back in July 2020, The Rockefeller Foundation had already predicted it, and was calling for a revamp of the food system as a whole to address it.

    ‘Reset the Table’ Is Part of The Great Reset
    The document in question, titled “Reset the Table: Meeting the Moment to Transform the U.S. Food System,”1 published by The Rockefeller Foundation July 28, 2020, describes how the COVID pandemic had caused “a hunger and nutrition crisis” in the U.S. “unlike any this country has seen in generations.”

    Mind you, COVID was declared a pandemic March 11, 2020, so by the time this Rockefeller report was published, the pandemic had only existed for four months, and while certain high-risk groups did experience food insecurity, such as children whose primary meal is a school lunch, widespread food shortages, in terms of empty shelves, were not widely prevalent or particularly severe in the U.S.

    The report also notes that it grew out of “video-conference discussions in May and June 2020,” so we’re to believe that two months into the pandemic, these prophetic minds already had the future all figured out. According to the Foundation, the pandemic revealed deep problems in the U.S. food system that need to be “reset.”


    As noted by ThreadsIrish on Substack,2 “Reset the Table” was published just one month after the World Economic Forum (WEF) officially announced its plans for a “Great Reset,” and many of the contributors to the Foundation’s paper are WEF members.


    In the foreword,3 Rockefeller Foundation president Dr. Rajiv Shah also stresses that “a comprehensive playbook” to address the food system would also need to address other issues, “such as living wages, housing and transportation,” and that “all of us” — meaning the self-proclaimed designers of the future — “need to write that playbook together over the coming year.”

    Problem, Reaction, Solution
    There are interesting tidbits in this document. For example, on page 3, it states that “94% of deaths from COVID-19 among individuals with an underlying condition, the majority of which are diet-related.” This is surprising, considering diet and nutrition were essentially absent from public discussions and reporting about the infection.

    Equally surprising is that, on page 4, the Foundation actually admits its role in creating the problems currently plaguing our food system:
     
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    I seem to recall egg and milk shortages being common by July 2020, so to invoke Betteridge's law, nope.
     
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    Funny where was I, I don't recall any shortages....I don't call shortages in my adult life, yes things were very short
    during the great depression and after, but I never had any in my adult like and I'm 84 soon.
     
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    Well here in America there was one. Why here is an article from April 2020 discussing egg shortages.

    https://www.foodbusinessnews.net/articles/15875-eggs-on-rollercoaster-due-to-covid-19

    And well the Donald really promoted that bleach thing didn't he https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...ake-to-coronavirus-panic-buying-idUSKBN211171
     

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