Finance & Economics

The BA Cartel Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

Welcome back. Here, we continue with our report on the food cartel. In this report, we will explain how the global grain and food cartels function.

How It Works

  • They dominate the export and import of basic foodstuffs—wheat, soy, corn, rice, sugar, dairy tropical products, etc.
  • They intervene to determine where crops are grown, which they call “export sourcing,” and “value chain” development.
  • They engage in, and often set, speculation on the commodity exchanges.
  • They dominate world crop and livestock research and genetics with wrongful patent/intellectual property rights, to seeds, breeds, and even biotech procedures.
  • They dominate fertilizer and other agro-chemicals—development, pricing, and availability.
  • They dominate food processing.
  • They position their operations to control retail—final distribution of food—and dictate prices and standards to suppliers.
  • A rancher, who does not sell his beef at the depressed price offered by these five firms, will starve. There is almost no one else to sell to!
  • And, of course, they thwart any and all attempts at national food self-sufficiency.

If this sounds like a replay of the British East India Company, dictating conditions and trade in rice, indigo, cotton, tea, opium, and other goods of their time, it should. Beyond gargantuan profiteering, the result of today’s cartel practices is genocide. On every continent, potential food productivity, through national water, power, and agro-industrial improvements has been deliberately subverted, to the point now of mass hunger and starvation.

The Deadly Details

The following summarizes some of the aspects of the degree of control and ruination of today’s world food situation by these commodity cartels. Look at the food cartels control over each of the four dominant food groups.


Of the total 2,300 million metric tons of grains produced worldwide, some 400 million tons  are traded, about 80% of which is dominated by a very few firms, principally Cargill Inc., ADM, Bunge, and Louis Dreyfus.

Several of these same firms dominate grain processing, and are also heavily involved in biofuels In the U.S.—the world’s single largest corn grower—nearly 40% of production is now going to ethanol, instead of the food chain, This is the policy of New York  and London.

Grains, or cereals as they are often called, consist of wheat; the coarse grains, including corn, barley, oats, sorghum, and rye; and rice.

Canada and Australia combined are the world’s third largest grain exporting region, after America and Europe. Although they have their own unique internal picture, with a modicum of political influence from farmers, both are British Commonwealth Elizabeth II nations, under the thumb of the Queen.

In sum, the Anglo-Dutch-Swiss –American food cartel dominates 80-90% of the world grain trade. In fact, however the control is far greater than the sum of its parts: The Big Six grain companies are organized as a cartel they move grain back and forth from any one of the major, or minor, exporting nations. Cargill, Continental, Louis Dreyfus et al. own world shipping fleets, and have long-established sales relationships, financial markets, and commodity trading exchanges (such as the London-based Baltic Mercantile and Shipping Exchange) on which grain is traded, which completes their domination. No other forces in the world, including governments, are as well organized as the cartel, and therefore, London’s power in this area remains unchallenged. Earnings and profits are up 20% in recent years for all these firms, while shortages and hunger worsen.

 Feed and Seed

The cartel also controls feed for animals and seed for planting. BP, through its Nutrition division, is the largest feed producer in Europe. Having bought Purina Mills, BP is now the second largest feed producer in America. Cargill, through its Nutrena feed division, is also the biggest producer of animal seed and hybrid seed in the world, while Continental Grain, through its Wayne Feed division, is also a major producer of feed and hybrid seed production.

There is tight control over seeds and high-yield seed traits. The top ten world seed companies account for over 65% of all world seed sales, – with the top three – Monsanto, DuPont, and Syngenta – accounting for half of all sales of patented seeds. Monsanto alone accounts for 60% of the corn and soybean market in the US. Its patented biotech straits are in 90% of US soybeans and in 80% of US corn. US farmers have seen a 64% rise in seed prices in the past three years, directly to this cartel.

 Through wrongful and biotech patenting, a small group of agro-chemical companies exerts extreme control over crop genetics, including Monsanto/Bayer, Cargill, Dupont and Syngenta.

The Global  Seed Vault

Against the backdrop of the spreading fear about a global coronavirus pandemic, an event has slipped largely under the radar at a spot so removed from the rest of the world that most are unaware of its existence. The Svalbard “Doomsday” Seed Vault on Spitsbergen Island north of the Arctic Circle just received an additional major shipment of plant variety seeds for its special storage. What makes this entire seed bank enterprise suspicious at the very least is the list of financial sponsors behind the global project.

On February 25 more than 60,000 new seed varieties were placed in the Svalbard vault, the largest deposit of seeds since it opened. This brings the total of seed types to over one million since the vault was first opened for deposits in early 2008.

The latest seed deposits include onions from Brazil, guar beans from central Asia, corn seeds sacred to the Cherokee nation. The Svalbard vault is on the island that is legally part of Norway since a 1925 treaty. The Norwegian government put up much of the money for the construction of the facility whose backers declared it was able to withstand a nuclear bomb blast. The only problem was planners did not make the structure, built into a mountain side, waterproof and the entrance flooded amid heavy rains in 2016, necessitating a major € 20 million of repairs and upgrade which were just completed, some four years later. Notably, as Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg pointed out during the recent seed-greeting ceremony, the year 2020 is slated as the year by which countries should have safeguarded genetic diversity of crops to meet the UN goal of “eliminating hunger by 2030.” The year 2030 is when the UN IPCC predicts catastrophic climate change barring a radical action from the world, as well as the key benchmark year for the UN’s Malthusian Agenda2030.

The publicly-stated argument for the major seed bank project is supposedly as a safe backup for the numerous national seed bank collections in event they are destroyed in war as in Syria or Iraq, or by natural disaster or other calamity. The Svalbard vault has been called the “Noah’s ark of seeds,” there should a “global catastrophe” occur, to allow a theoretical restart to world agriculture. OK Interesting. Who would decide how to distribute those seeds in event of such a catastrophe is not addressed.

What is notable is the list of those backing this highly unusual public-private partnership.

Crop Trust?

The seed bank and acquisition of the seeds is managed by an entity known as the Crop Trust, officially known as the Global Crop Diversity Trust, now based in Bonn, Germany. It has an impressive list of financial sponsors which it calls the Donors’ Council. Among the most eye-catching they name Bayer Crop Science, which now incorporates Monsanto; DuPont Pioneer Hi-Bred; Syngenta AG, now owned by ChemChina. These are the world’s largest purveyors of GMO patented seeds and the paired agrichemicals such as Roundup with glyphosate. China’s now state-owned Syngenta is the world’s largest supplier of crop chemicals.

In addition, Crop Trust Donors include the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the major donor to initiate the Trust in 2004 with the FAO, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and CGIAR, acting through Bioversity International.

Gates Foundation is joined at Crop Trust by the Rockefeller Foundation, the ones who first financed the creation of GMO biotechnology beginning in the 1970’s at their International Rice Research Institute, where they spent millions trying to develop the colossal failure called Vitamin A-enhanced Golden Rice. CGIAR, set up in 1972 by the Rockefeller Foundation and Ford Foundation to spread their Green Revolution agribusiness model, controls most of the private seed banks from the Philippines to Syria to Kenya. In all, these present seed banks hold more than six and a half million seed varieties, almost two million of which are ‘distinct.’ Svalbard’s Doomsday Vault has a capacity to house four and a half million different seeds.

At the time the Svalbard Doomsday Seed Vault opened in 2008 the chairman of the Crop Trust was Canadian Margaret Catley-Carlson. Catley-Carlson was also president until 1999 of the New York-based Population Council, John D. Rockefeller III’s population reduction organization, set up in 1952 to advance the Rockefeller family’s eugenics program under the cover of promoting “family planning,” birth control devices, sterilization and “population control” in developing countries. Catley-Carlson also sat on the board of the Syngenta Foundation.

De-Population Council

Being President of the Rockefeller-founded Population Council is no minor deal. In the 1990’s the UN’s World Health Organization launched a campaign to vaccinate millions of women in Nicaragua, Mexico and the Philippines between the ages of 15 and 45, allegedly against Tetanus, a sickness arising from such things as stepping on a rusty nail. The vaccine was not given to men or boys, despite the fact they are presumably equally as liable to step on rusty nails as women.

Because of that curious anomaly, Comité Pro Vida de Mexico, a Roman Catholic lay organization, became suspicious and had vaccine samples tested. The tests revealed that the Tetanus vaccine being spread by the WHO– only to women of child-bearing age– contained human Chorionic Gonadotrophin or hCG, a natural hormone which when combined with a tetanus toxoid carrier stimulated antibodies rendering a woman incapable of maintaining a pregnancy. None of the women vaccinated were told.

It later came out that the Rockefeller Foundation along with the Rockefeller’s Population Council, the World Bank (home to CGIAR), and the United States’ National Institutes of Health had been involved in a 20-year-long project begun in 1972 to develop the concealed abortion vaccine with a tetanus carrier for WHO. In addition, the Government of Norway, the host to the Svalbard Doomsday Seed Vault, donated $41 million to develop the special abortive Tetanus vaccine.

Is it just coincidence that the same Gates Foundation is backing the organization responsible for maintaining the Svalbard “Doomsday” Seed Vault at the same time Gates is emerging as a major authority on the danger of the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic? In an article he wrote for the New England Journal of Medicine, Gates stated that the designated COVID19 “has started behaving a lot like the once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about.”

A virtually inaccessible seed vault under the control of some of the world’s foremost advocates of eugenics and population reduction is definitely remarkable. With more than a million of the irreplaceable seed heritage of the world locked inside the Svalbard Seed Vault, could this be a way for GMO agribusiness giants like Bayer-Monsanto or Syngenta to illegally gain access to those seeds in a time of global crisis? It sounds very far-fetched, yet there are far-fetched goings on in our world. We could say, “He who controls the world’s crop seeds, controls the world”.


A very few mega firms now dominate large shares of meat slaughtering, both for export, and for domestic sale, the world over. Four mega firms account for most of the meat packing in the US : JBS, Tyson, Smithfield and Cargill. The cartels four major export regions (the US, the EU, New Zealand, Australia and Canada, as well as Argentina and Brazil) exert enormous dominance over meat exports.  The cartels basic food export regions commanded 92% of the world’s export trade of pork, and 93% of the world’s export trade of poultry. The export of pork and poultry in China and Taiwan is increasingly run by the food cartel.

Dairy – Milk & Milk Products

Leading names in the dairy world cartel : Nestle, Dean Foods (US), Danone (France), Fonterra (New Zealand), Unilever (UK), Kraft (US), and Lactalis (France).

The big exporters of milk and milk products are three out of the cartels four basic export regions – the US, Switzerland, New Zealand and Australia. In 2018, the cartels domination of dairy and dairy products was astonishing; these regions controlled 89% of the world’s export of whole milk powder, 94% of the world’s export trade of butter, and 86% of the world’s export trade of cheese. It also controlled a huge portion of the export of condensed milk. The case of whole milk powder exemplifies the process of the cartel’s control. Milk is not usually exported in liquid form, except for short distances over nearby borders; it is usually exported either as whole milk or skim milk powder, or as condensed milk. When it is exported as whole milk powder, it is reconstituted upon delivery, usually at the ratio of 10 parts water to 1 part whole milk powder. Of the world’s export of 2 billion tons of whole milk powder in 2014, the developing world imported 82% of the total.

  The diary cartel is emblematic of the pattern of globalization of what should be nation – and region -serving farming and food processing, since milk is a perishable product, and tastes for processed dairy foods vary locally.  Nevertheless, a very few mega-firms now dominate dairy foods internationally: Nestle, Danone (France) Dean Foods (US), Kraft Foods (US), Unilever (UK) and Fonterra (New Zealand). Lactalis operates in 150 countries. Fonterra accounts for 30% of the world’s dairy exports.

Worldwide milk production for 2019 is projected to remain at the levels of 2018, around 900 million tons, whereas rapid growth is needed.

 Nestle and Borden Inc (Ohio), are the two largest exporters of whole milk powder in the world. Founded in 1867, Nestle grew significantly in 1905, when it merged with the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co, also Swiss-based. Nestle illustrates the food cartel’s global reach: it is the number 1 seller of chocolates. It also owns 26 % of the world’s biggest cosmetic company, L’Oreal. All told, it is the biggest food company in the world. Its board of directors serves as a retirement home for the world’s central bankers – mainly those controlled by the Rothschilds.

Borden(a Rockefeller-controlled company) is the second biggest milk powder producer, through its KLIM milk powder division. It is also one of the world’s biggest condensed milk producers. In 1995, Borden was bought by the buy-out firm of Kohlberg, Kravis Roberts-KKR. As a result of the 1988 merger of RJ Reynolds and Nabisco, KKR now owns and controls 33% of RJR Nabisco, which produces nine of the top ten cookies and cracker brands sold in America. KKR also owns a large share in Beatrice Foods, a conglomerate, which makes KKR one of the top 5 food companies in the world.

Completing the picture of world control of whole milk powder is Unilever, a large player in this area as well as the number one world producer of ice-cream and margarine. Typifying the Anglo-Dutch oligarchy’s joint control over raw materials, Unilever, which is the result of a 1930 merger of a British and a Dutch firm. Unilever is an example of how the different corporate entities operate as part of one interlocked syndicate.

Edible Oil and Fats

The US, the EU, Brazil and Argentina thoroughly dominate the export market in soybeans and its by-products, the most basic source of edible oils and fats. These four zones dominate 90% of the international trade in soybeans. The same six companies that dominate the international grain trade also dominate the international trade in soybeans and by-products. The one additional cartel member company which is influential in the soybean trade, and which is smaller than the leading six companies, is S. I. Joseph Co of Minneapolis. Burton Joseph, chairman of this company, is tied to London, and was a former chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith.

Specialty Crops

The production and shipment of a whole range of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and other specialty crops of all kinds, are increasingly organized by cartel-associated commodity networks into what they call supply “value chains” for looting. This is epitomized by temperate crop vegetables (onions, peppers, etc.), going from Africa to Europe, the same from Central and South America to the US, and so on. In 1990, Egypt exported 60,000 of onions; by 2015, it was up to 300,000.

For other more specialized crops – nuts, spices – the degree of control is also dramatic. Olam, started in 1989, and now based in Singapore and London, is the world’s largest “supply chain manager” for sesame seeds, cashews, and cocoa beans. Olam also bought the largest peanut processor in the world, Universal Blanchers in the US, in its drive to dominate global peanut supplies. A lot of aid was sent to Haiti when it suffered a disastrous earthquake a few years back. Events in Haiti show the impact of public/private “value chains” imposed as a benefit to poor farmers. A joint venture with Coca Cola, funded by USAID – a mangoes-for-export project- began in October 2012. That same week, cholera broke out. This is the intent of globalization.

The combined impact of all this, is to be seen today in the fact that world production of staple cereals of choice—rice, wheat, and corn—is at half the volume required for decent levels of direct and indirect consumption (through the livestock feed chain); fruits, vegetables, and oil crops likewise. At the same time, large areas of farmland are suffering the depletion of their soils and water-resource base. None of this is “natural”. It is the result of allowing the continuation of the de facto British East India Co. farm policy.

 A snapshot picture of world agriculture shows a fast-worsening loss of farm capacity, and increase in food scarcity. This is the result not of failed policies or “adverse nature”, but is, in fact, a policy success for the 2 families. There are over a billion people going hungry. Farm capacity and production are declining. The 2019 prospective crop plantings and anticipated harvest are way below requirements, yet projects are underway that are known in advance to make the situation worse, e.g., 40% of the US corn crop is going to biofuels ; international neo-plantations, for export only, are spreading. Meanwhile, desperately needed water-supply projects and related infrastructure are blocked.

Why? Because scarcity and national breakdown are the goals behind the last 50 years of globalization of agriculture. Today’s crisis marks the successful imposition of deliberate policies against nation-states, policies which have wiped out the most basic conditions for national survival: food self-sufficiency. The mechanisms in this subversion are familiar : WTO, “free trade” and “global sourcing” of food mega-commodity cartels ;  hoaxes about climate change, the environment, and consequent demand for biofuels ; and the extension of so-called intellectual property rights to private patent-control over food seeds and improvement-technologies themselves.

Dominating and enforcing these patterns is an interlock of commodity cartels of mega-companies in fertilizers, agro-chemicals, seeds, processing and distribution, integrated in policy with the WTO, World Bank, the IMF, and the Wall Street and London-centered financial networks.

A Depopulation Agenda

Behind all this stand the financial interests of the 2 families, backing destruction of national economies and depopulation. Break with these policies, destroy their control, and all can be fed. Continue these policies, and a biological holocaust is ensured. There is no leeway at this point for ‘nice-nicey’ appeals to “defeat hunger by 2030, or for scheming to produce food on the sidelines of the WTO world.

 The following is a snapshot of the scope of the current crisis. The rough estimate is that for today’s population of 7 billion, some 4 billion tons of annual grain output is required for adequate diets, in the form of direct cereal consumption, for animal protein, and for reserves.

 Even worse than the underproduction of grains itself, more and more of the world’s grain and oilseed crops are going into biofuels. In the US, which alone accounts for 40% of maize production, 34% of the entire 2019 corn crop went for fuel ethanol! This year is running at the same pace.

That’s food out of people’s mouths. By simple mathematics, over 500 million people could have been fed for a year by the 2019 flow of 137 million tons of US corn that went into ethanol.

 The imposition of the system of biofuels is undermining the capacity of the US farm-belt, and agriculture everywhere. In the traditional US corn-belt now, instead of high-tech farmers, populous towns, industry, and regional food production, the pattern is monoculture, imported food, ghost towns, and decays throughout the corn-belt, and in many other parts of the world. Besides grain crops, animal protein output is level or falling on a world scale.

Kissinger’s 1974 plan For Food Control Genocide

On 10 December 1974, the US National Security Council under Henry Kissinger completed a classified 200-page study, “National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for US Security and Overseas Interests. “ The study falsely claimed that population growth in the Third World was a grave threat to US national security. Adopted as official policy in November 1975 by President Ford, NSSM 200 outlined a covert plan to reduce population growth in those countries through birth control, war and famine. Brent Scowcroft, who had by then replaced Kissinger as national security advisor was put in charge of implementing the plan. CIA Director George Bush was ordered to assist Scowcroft, as were the secretaries of defense, treasury, and agriculture. Genocide, through population reduction now became official policy of Washington.

The bogus arguments that Kissinger advanced were not original. The first source was Thomas Malthus, who wrote a report back in the 18th century arguing for population reduction. Then, in 1944, the British issued a report, in which it stated that Britain was gravely threatened by population growth in its colonies, since a “populous country has decided advantages over a sparsely-populated one for industrial production.”  The combined effects of increasing population and industrialization in its colonies “might be decisive in its effects on the West, especially effecting military strength and economic security. “

NSSM 200 similarly concluded that the US was threatened by population growth in the Third World. It paid special attention to 13 “key countries” in which the US had a “special political and strategic threat”. These countries are India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Turkey, Nigeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Mexico, Brazil and Colombia. It claimed that population growth in these countries was especially worrisome, since it would quickly increase their relative political, economic and military strength.

The worry for the Rockefeller network was that as these nation’s  populations increase, they would reduce exports of its raw materials, and use more of it locally to boost up its own economy, and as well as to sustain its population. Were this to happen, these exporting countries would be in a position to “demand better terms-of-trade” with its export customers; in short, the prices of the raw materials will increase. This was the exact opposite of what New York’s intentions are.

 For example, Nigeria is already the most populous country on the continent, with some 55 million people in 1970. Nigeria’s population by the end of this century is projected to number 135 million people. With regards to Brazil, the study warned that Brazil clearly dominated the continent demographically and that this would result in “a growing power status for Brazil in Latin America and on the world scene over the next 25 years “.

There were several measures that Kissinger advocated to deal with this alleged threat, most prominently, birth control and related population – reduction programs. A second measure was curtailing food suppliers to targeted states, in part to force compliance with birth control policies.

Kissinger added that food aid must be considered an instrument of national power – “Is the US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who won’t/can’t control their population growth. He also predicted a return to famines that could make exclusive reliance on birth control programs unnecessary. “Rapid population growth and lagging food production in the Third World, together with the sharp deterioration in the global food situation in 1972/3, have raised serious concerns about the ability of the world to feed itself adequately over the next 25 years and beyond.”

 The cause of that coming food deficit was not natural, but was a result of Western financial policy. “Capital investments for agriculture and infrastructure and the requirements for improvements in agricultural yields may be beyond the financial and administrative capacity of many Third World countries. For some of the areas under the heaviest population pressure, there is little or no prospect for foreign exchange earnings to cover constantly increasing imports of food”, Kissinger concluded.

Double Food Production

The reverse the food supply and agriculture collapse, the physical economy emergency measures are straightforward.  Within a few years, production levels could be doubled, and then increasingly steadily for future generations. Consider the actions, under the two headings.

  1. Build Infrastructure

On every continent, there are large scale infrastructures – especially water, transportation, power and storage facilities- that must proceed, to create the environment for constantly intensifying levels of farming. Depletion and salination of fresh water is now beyond the danger point in almost every farming region, due to a lack of infrastructure building and maintenance over the last 50 years.  In many cases, detail plans were already worked out, but shelved during the shift-period of the 1970s, into what became the WTO era of cheap labor, and below-cost outsourcing.

There must be an anti-trust bust up of the seed and agri-chemical control by the big Agro-Pharma cartel, restoration of research, education and production facilities in nations serving the public interest.

Today’s cartels have no right to hold power over the means of life. This was cancelled over the last 4 decades of GATT and the WTO. Thus, the advances in science, agriculture, and the public good, are directly associated with nation-states.  All that changed with the 1970s shift to post-industrialization and globalization.

A series of law changes in the UIS overturned the standing principle against using industrial patent law for food seeds. This change allowed the wrongful takeover of genetically altered food seeds, bio-engineering methods, and the direction of research, by a financial network operating through agro-chemicals and pharmaceutical multinational companies. They claimed patent rights, enforcement and sweeping control.

All along, the consolidation of companies concentrated control over the staple crop seeds and bio-technology in the hands of a very few cartel firms. The patent holders were relentlessly sued and ruined farmers for claims of infringement of license-to-use seeds from one year to the next. In North America and elsewhere, Monsanto has a record of thousands of lawsuits. Cargill, Monsanto, and others have laid siege to national governments, in an attempt to coerce them to force their farmers into compliance. In India now, a Monsanto-related firm is demanding license rights to their bio-tech okra, no matter what the opposition by the government or population. All must be rolled back.

  1. Restore Nations – Kill the WTO

Finally, the entire apparatus of globalism, beginning with the WTO, should be obliterated. This includes the range of globalist networks, from the IMF, World Bank, Central banks, right on through the upstart entities, such as the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), attempting to thwart development in the national interest.

One central tenant of the WTO-era must be singled out for elimination: the decree that no nation has the right to seek food self-sufficiency, but instead must operate on the definition of “food security”, as “access to world markets”.  From its inception in the GATT Uruguay Round (1984-1995), this assertation was just a sophisticated attack on national sovereignty. The founding rules of the WTO rationalized its claim that member-nations have no right to support their own farmers, because that would be depriving their citizens of the superior right to access world markets for potentially cheaper and better food. Behind this and other sophistries stand the same money crowd positioned in the global banking and commodity cartels.

 The record of destruction is awful.  Look at the case of Mexico. As of the 1960s, Mexico was a net food exporter, with water-management projects planned, a program for nuclear power development, and a growing industrial base. All this was undermined under the 1980s onslaught for free trade, then the 1992 NAFTA, and finally the 1995 WTO. Mexico was ordered to become corns and beans import-dependent, all the while serving as a cheap –labor outsourcing zone for cartel exports of frozen foods and fresh produce for the American market. Now, hunger stalks Mexico. Millions fled north, looking for work. And drug-running and death are displacing the farming that remains. This is the successful result of the free-trade agriculture program.

 There are two principal areas of required, immediate action: Restore national sovereignty over currencies, trade, debt, and the right to build and protect all aspects of national economy, especially farming and food supply. In tandem, exert the right of sovereignty against the anti-nation-state assault underway from supranational agencies peddling the global warming hoax – likewise, the IPCC. A stream of evidence is pouring forth to document that the entire assertion of global warming and climate change is a geopolitical hoax, to further globalization and depopulation.

In the front ranks of this fake fight-hunger mobilization of globalizers, is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and associates. In 2006, this foundation, along with their Rockefeller Foundation, had already set up the Alliance for a Green Revolution (AGRA), to promote selected policies in the name of addressing hunger, but in free-trade terms. This was a message Gates gave at the January 2009 Davos Forum. In May 2009, Bill Gates met in New York with Warren Buffet, George Soros, and others, to discuss significant world depopulation as a goal.

The definition of genocide is action to exterminate a group of people deliberately. That applies equally to those who devise and implement policies, as well as those who carry out bloody slaughter with their own hands. By this method, mankind has already reached the point where it is producing less than is required for its survival, and that of the next generations. Indeed, we are on the edge of collapse into a New Dark Age- genocide worse than mankind has ever experienced before. However, this horror can still be stopped, if MANKIND WAKES UP!

Supply-Chain Breakdowns

Over the past decades the organization of the entire food supply from farm to consumers has been reorganized into a global distribution known as agribusiness. With most of the world in lockdown, that global food supply chain is in danger of catastrophic breakdown. The consequences of that would dwarf deaths by Covid by orders of magnitude. Yet, governments seem oblivious.

 The imposition of mass quarantine and factory closings is putting the focus on the alarming vulnerability of what is a global supply chain to severe breakdown. Since the lockdown began in March 2020, it has created huge disruptions to what had been a well-organized supply chain delivery. A major vulnerability exists in the mammoth agribusiness concentrations known as CAFOs or Concentrated Agriculture feeding Organizations.

CAFOs at Risk

Even without coronavirus fears, the CAFO plants are rife with sickness and toxins. The size of the company’s facilities is staggering. One Tyson Foods facility in Nebraska produces enough meat products every day to feed 18 million people. Tyson, one corporation, controls roughly 26 percent of US beef production.

On April 13 JBS USA Holdings was also forced to close its main US facility in Greeley, Colo., for a deep cleaning, and all of its workers will be tested before they can return for their jobs after major numbers of coronavirus positive cases were tested there. JBS USA controls some 20 percent of US beef production. The third largest US meat processor Cargill, today controls about 22 percent of the US domestic meat market.

These three giant corporate conglomerates, then, control more than two thirds of the total meat and poultry protein supply of the United States and additionally supply major exports to the rest of the world. That is a concentration which is alarmingly dangerous as we are beginning to see. Whatever coronavirus test results, they are huge cesspools of toxins that workers are exposed to. Covid-19 tests would indicate positive for such toxic infections as well as they do not directly test presence of any virus, merely of antibodies claimed to indicate COVID-19.

The Agribusiness Model

This unhealthy degree of concentration was not always so. It began as a strategic project of Nelson Rockefeller and the Rockefeller Foundation after World War II. The idea was to create a corporate strictly-for-profit vertical integration and cartelization of the food chain as John D. Rockefeller had done with Standard Oil and petroleum. Rockefeller money funded two Harvard Business School professors. John H. Davis, former Assistant Agriculture Secretary under Eisenhower, and Ray Goldberg, both at Harvard Business School got financing from Rockefellers to develop what they named “agribusiness.” In a 1956 Harvard Business Review article, Davis wrote that “the only way to solve the so-called farm problem once and for all, and avoid cumbersome government programs, is to progress from agriculture to agribusiness.”

The Harvard group was part of a Rockefeller Foundation four-year project in cooperation with economist Wassily Leontieff called “Economic Research Project on the Structure of the American Economy.” Ray Goldberg, an ardent proponent of GMO crops, later referred to their Harvard agribusiness project as, “changing our global economy and society more dramatically than any other single event in the history of mankind.”  Unfortunately, he may have been not all wrong.

In fact what it has done is to put control of our food into a tiny handful of global private conglomerates in which the traditional family farmer has all but become a contract wage employee or bankrupted entirely. In the USA today some industrial cattle feedlots hold up to 200,000 cattle at a time driven by one thing, and one thing only, and that is economic efficiency. According to USDA statistics, the number of cow/calf ranch operations in the US has dropped from 1.6 million in 1980 to less than 950,000 today. Similarly, the number of small farmer/feeders – those who fatten the cattle in preparation for eventual slaughter – has declined by 38,000. Today fewer than 2,000 commercial feeders finish 87 percent of the cattle grown in the United States.

Food production, like electronics, has become global, as cheap foods are mass packaged and shipped worldwide. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, Russian shops were flooded with Western agribusiness brand products from Nestle, Kelloggs, Kraft and the like. Domestic farm production collapsed. Much the same has taken place from India to Africa to South America as cheaper multinational products drive out local farmers. China before the current crisis imported 60% of its soybeans from US-controlled grain companies such as Cargill or ADM.

The system is essentially one in which farming has transformed to become factories to produce protein. It takes GMO corn and GMO soybeans to feed the animal, add vitamins and antibiotics in massive amounts to maximize weight gain before slaughter. The vertical integration of our food supply chain under globalization of the past decades has created an alarming vulnerability to precisely the kind of crisis we now have. During all past food emergencies production was local and regional and decentralized such that a breakdown in one or several centers did not threaten the global supply chain. Not today. The fact that today the United States is far the world’s largest food exporter reveals how vulnerable the world food supply has become. Coronavirus may have only put the spotlight on this dangerous problem. To correct it will take years and the will to take such measures as countries like Russia have been forced to do in response to economic sanctions.

This, then, dear reader is the state of our food security. A “dumbed-down population (thanks to our dismal education system, plus the increasing “drugging-up” of the population), who are unable to think coherently – most people are not in a situation where they can crystalize their thoughts, with so much happening – all at the  same time. Between a reducing food supply, and collapsing physical economy, and a coming blow-out of the financial system, mankind is in for some very tough times ahead. The financiers are in control, and their aim is to increase their wealth and power even more, all at the expense of the common good. Government and its leaders are powerless.

13 thoughts on “The BA Cartel Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

  1. Could you please have someone proof this article again and correct the typos?

    For example, this is one of the most glaring ones:

    “For example, Nigeria already the most populous country on the continent, with some 55 million people in 1970, Nigeria’s population by the end of this century is projected to number 135 million people or Brazil. The study warned that Brazil clearly dominated the continent demographically and said “a growing power status for Brazil in Latin America and on the world scene over the next 25 years “.

  2. Thank you for the series of articles. I find your website very informative and have gained a greater perspective of who and how the world is controlled.

  3. Thank you But it can be far too much reading. Could you do a summary of the work
    which makes it easier in a few paragraphs. All this can take hours to read

  4. :says in gentle but firm voice:
    Who was it again that was “in charge” in egypt when the poor folk sold all their crap? Who has been “in-charge” of this planet monetarily speaking for past 400 years or so? Did you know one can accurately tie the USA’s continual decline 1838 onward of its acceptance of the Christ hating people? So what will the people exchange this time for a piece of bread? The ego in each of us is the root of suffering.
    Is it not hypocritical of you to post even worse fear-mongering than the corporate press without offering solutions?
    When preppers say “hoard” they should be saying share. Do they not realize their purchases are tracked for easy pickens for say hypothetically an invading army?
    The endless “enter-tain-ment”. Maybe mankind (flesh-part) was designed to be a slave rather than share/cooperation.
    Endless “free food” without a work requirement of say 25 hr/week is LUNACY. Learn from nature/respect but not wor-ship it people. Give bunnies endless supply of food what happens?
    We have all brought this on ourselves via all our ignorances and “bleeding hearts”

    1. Concern for typos is misplaced. The gravity of this information leads me to believe grammar, punctuation, or typos are pretty much irrelevant. Typos. Go figure.
      Then someone wants a summary. Heaven forbid we have to read a couple hours to understand the potential coming destruction of this country and world as we know it. Sad indication of shallow, insincere, unrealistic understanding of reality. No doubt evidence for historical dumbing down of educational process in this country and world.
      This site and information is complete with solutions for issues identified. Get out of WHO, UN, global agenda, etc. etc. Destroy those who would destroy us, “We the People “. Take back our educational process to include the three r’s, (reading, riting , rithmatic), history, science, language skills. Most foreign students speak at least 3 languages. We teach American slang and gangsta rap as college level courses. Go figga. Remove education based on identity or ethnicity. Expose communism and socialism for the failed ideals they are. Bring back accountability for one’s actions. Elevate respect for all human life. Sadly we can not legislate morality. We fool ourselves to think we can.
      When civil discussions and discourse fail. When corrupt politicians and institutions are part of the problem, seeking to control every facet of our lives. When these same corrupt politicians and institutions, meant to represent and support us, seek to destroy us, then what? Arm yourselves and choose the hill on which you will die.
      Or check for typos and see if there is a bullet pointed summary is available. God help us all.

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