China is slowly admitting that their food shortages are a reality. With increased prices, empty shelves, disastrous trade liquidations, and a leader whose pride is more important than his people, the supply chain has come to a virtual standstill. But China is a communist country and in those parameters, Jinping will decide which Provinces are most important and which can be eliminated through starvation.
It is the mission – depopulation.
This struggle was identified by Chinese Defense Minister, General Chi Haotian in 2001 wherein he stated that the only way China can survive as a nation is through the colonization of North America and Australia. The means for attaining that goal – biowarfare. The reason? China had so polluted and destroyed their own land – in order to survive they needed to conquer ‘new lands’. The alternative? Annihilate 2/3rds of their population.
The plebes of society would be the first to go. Their benefit – nonessential.
It is the same mantra espoused by the Grim Reaper, Bill Gates, as he has systematically called for depopulation – for The Greater Good, a Marxist/Socialist slogan.
It is not unlike the vision portrayed in the 1976 film, Logan’s Run, wherein humans live in an underground metropolis, where computerized servo-mechanisms/AI provide all needs so everyone can pursue endless hedonism. At the age of 30, For The Greater Good, all citizens must report to the death chamber so as to preserve the resources for a stipulated population. The concept was to promote a utopian society when in fact it was darkly dystopian. But the people would willingly comply because that was what they were taught.
While John Kerry continues to invoke the doomsday that will occur in nine years unless all citizens comply with the Agenda 2030 dictates, he is essentially stating that unless we act now all human and animal life will be extinct in a decade. Obvious Fear Modeling.
China’s food crisis has been in existence for much of China’s existence. But Communism allowed the government to censor knowledge of the extent of the travesty. In that, there are two forms of censorship: 1. To create fear, and 2. To quell fear.
If the extent of China’s failing system, death rate, poverty, housing, economy and trade were to become transparent, China would be admitting failure. Defeat. Creating false statistics helps to support China as a thriving, modern, wealthy country. But when the wizard is revealed behind the curtain – China’s reality is far, far more dystopian than one can even imagine!
Why are Chinese citizens eating bats, and dogs, and mice and rats if in fact their society is so advanced? They have no viable source of protein. Why does Bill Gates want to create a non-nutrient synthetic meat? So that the starvation of wealthy countries will follow the model of China.
In 1950, before China became a staged account for the UN, the average lifespan was recorded as 43 years. In fact, despite the discrepancy in wealth, today, according to the UN the lifespan of US citizens is on par with China, Lebanon, Cuba, Turkey, Iran, etc… Statistically that is simply, flagrantly false. But the “feed” is more important than the TRUTH.
In Cuba the guaranteed income provided by the Government is $20 per month. The media claims the top reason for poverty in Cuba is – the US. Like China, Cuba claims a tremendously low poverty rate – roughly 4%. Like China, the reports on Cuba are glowing! Home ownership far surpasses the US, but then the government provides the homes. Everybody is happy, happy, and rent cannot exceed 10% of anyone’s income – of $20 per month. Education is free, healthcare is free, on a sustainable income of $20 per month. The International poverty line is $2 per day or $60 per month – 3 times Cuba’s average income. So how could poverty measure as 4% of the population? The FEED.
In China the poverty rate is measured by those earning less than $1.90 per day, also below the international rate, which would equate to $475 per year… Bernie? Bernie? The average cost of living in China is $380 to $1000 per month. Not year – month. Of course, the wage statistics coming ‘from’ China have about as much truth to them as communist censorship.
In Shanghai, one of the most prosperous regions, a 1000 sq ft apartment sells for $725,000 – $1 million. How does that equate to a cost of living of $380-$1000? Obviously the statisticians were at lunch that day. The average salary is $13,620. Obviously, these apartments are NOT being purchased by Chinese, but by foreign investors. Instead, the locals buy 4’x8’ cages stacked in hallways with one shared bathroom – and this is Home Ownership.
These are the realities that the Socialist governments in the US and EU are not revealing. This is what ‘being happy means’ under a communist regime. Bats, bugs, synthetic meat, food shortages, cages, poverty worse than you can imagine – this is what is being promoted as ‘free’.