A group of top officials representing twelve U.S. states has raised the alarm after discovering that the unelected globalist United Nations is secretly working with banks to destroy the American farming industry.
The banks are using the UN’s Marxist “environmental, social, and corporate governance” (ESG) criteria to score and penalize farmers.
Traditional rural farmers who are not considered “woke” enough, according to ESG scoring, are being “de-banked” – having their accounts shut down, without notice or explanation.
The plot seeks to throttle the agriculture industry to eliminate all those who fail to comply with the globalist “Net Zero” agenda of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
As part of the effort to wage war on the food supply, banks have teamed up with a United Nations-organized group called Net Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA).
A dozen Republican state agricultural commissioners have penned a letter to six US megabanks over the chilling discovery.
The letters inform the banks that pushing for ESG investing may lead to food price increases and impact food availability.
They criticize the banks’ membership in the NZBA, which aims to finance ambitious climate action, potentially harming American farming and ranching operations by promoting an agenda that prioritizes wind turbines and solar panels over energy sources such as diesel fuel.
As these issues continue to unfold, it is clear that the United States and other countries around the world are facing unprecedented challenges in terms of food security, economic stability, and political power dynamics.
It is crucial for individuals to stay informed and proactive in securing their own well-being by making smart choices about where they invest their money, how they manage their finances, and what kind of actions they take to ensure their personal safety and security in an increasingly volatile and uncertain world.
Meanwhile, the war on food has continued to run rampant across the nation.
Earlier this week, a huge explosion completely destroyed a major chicken processing plant in Texas.
A massive fire at Feather Crest Farms in Texas raises suspicions of more food sabotage.
Multiple chicken houses burned down, leading to a loss of life for many chickens.
The explosion could be seen and heard for miles around.
The resulting fire filled the sky with plumes of black smoke.
Authorities believe the plant may now be a total loss due to the excessive fire damage and huge loss of chickens.
However, the cause of the shocking explosion remains unknown.
This adds to the ongoing concerns about the safety of our food supply chain, as well as the need for individuals to secure their own food supplies through means such as growing their own food or having backup plans in place.