Take a lesson in the ultra-radical anti-human, green agenda: It is the identical story in every nation, as seen in Australia. It is not Communism or Fascism, but rather Technocracy, the “science of social engineering.”
Globalization is about taking resources out of the hands of their owners and concentrating in the hands of oligarchs. In the U.S., over 12% of our own shrinking farm acreage is owned by foreign interests. This is the over-arching goal of Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.
Goodbye fruit pickers. Designed by skilled Technocrats, this robot picker will out-produce any human field worker by 40% or more. The tech is being adapted to all sorts of delicate crops that need to be picked.
The FDA is lobbied and dominated by Big-Ag Technocrats who insist that GMO food is ‘substantially equivalent’ to its natural counterpart, so the GMO food race is full-speed ahead. This trend will substantially change the entire global food chain.
Flipping logic upside-down, the Technocrats at Calyxt state: “At Calyxt, we believe it is unethical NOT to use our technologies to address these issues head-on.” In reality, GMO is not equivalent to traditional plant husbandry.
The FDA is embattled in lawsuits to stop GMO salmon, but it has already been approved for human consumption. All GMO food is pushed as being equivalent to natural food, but no one will know the impact on humans until it’s too late.
The idea of automated agriculture is gaining ground with various types of drone devices. The only element left to replace is the actual farmer/rancher, but that day drawing closer.
If AI has its way, the drive-through job is headed for mass extinction. Technocrats see no problem in displacing workers and potentially pushing them into a new class of unemployables.
Technocrat engineers build because farmers say Americans don’t want to pick fruit. Seasonal labor used to come from Mexico, but apparently 20 million illegal aliens in America don’t want to pick the fruit either.
The beef industry is fighting tooth and nail to block lab-grown concoctions from being called “meat”, and rightly so. Artificial producers want to capitalize on the reputation and popularity of red meat by deceiving customers to accept their product.