Just recently, an old article published by the United Nations (UN) website reemerged. It's talking about the supposed benefits of world hunger. The article, titled "The Benefits of World Hunger," was written by University of Hawaii political science professor George Kent. (Related: UN, WEF push for insect meat consumption amid massive attack on global food supply.)
"Hunger has great positive value to many people. Indeed, it is fundamental to the working of the world's economy," wrote Kent. "Hungry people are the most productive people, especially where there is a need for manual labor… How many of us would sell our services if it were not for the threat of hunger? More importantly, how many of us would sell our services so cheaply if it were not for the threat of hunger?"
Kent goes on to claim that elites and everybody else on the "high end of the social ladder" gain nothing from ending world hunger. He claims that the only reason people would be willing to "plow the fields," "harvest our vegetables," "work in the rendering plants" and "clean our toilets" is the threat of hunger.
"No wonder people at the high end are not rushing to solve the hunger problem," he said. "For many of us, hunger is not a problem, but an asset."
The article was first published in 2008, which proves that the UN and its globalist allies have been plotting the downfall of abundant global food production for years. Kent's article recently gained media attention as more people became aware of the engineered food production collapse.
In line with the globalists' push to normalize world hunger, the Dutch and Canadian governments have signaled their desire to force farmers to significantly reduce the use of nitrogen fertilizer.
In the Netherlands, despite overwhelming support for the country's farmers and its vibrant agriculture industry, the government has placed very strict nitrogen fertilizer use mandates. It has also warned the owners of about 30 percent of the country's farmland that failure to abide by these policies could mean forfeiture of their land to the state.
The massive backlash against the Dutch government and the outpouring of support for farmers has yet to force the state to back down from its nitrogen fertilizer use mandate. But as Chris MacIntosh of the International Man pointed out, government propaganda attempting to garner more opposition to the farmers' protests "is no longer having the desired effect."
In Canada, the federal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been unlawfully sending federal agents – referred to colloquially as "nitrogen agents" – to farmlands all over the country to test for nitrogen levels. These tests have been known to occur even without the consent of the landowners.
Saskatchewan parliamentarian Jeremy Cockrill noted that each incident of trespassing on private farmlands constitutes a breach of the province's Trespass to Property Act, which carries serious penalties, including up to six months in prison and fines of up to CA$200,000 ($153,718).
This comes after Trudeau announced a new policy to reduce the use of fertilizer on Canadian farms by 30 percent, a policy that has been widely criticized by the country's farmers, agribusiness owners and other politicians.
Learn more about the globalist food collapse agenda at FoodCollapse.com.
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