I’m sure by now everyone has noticed that TPTB are pushing the narrative that there will be a food shortage. For those of us that are certain the “COVID-19 Crisis” is by design, we should already understand that there is an agenda behind every headline that serves a greater purpose. So when I see headlines like: Covid-19 crisis could trigger global food shortage, UN warns , ‘The Food Supply Chain Is Breaking.’ Tyson Foods Warns of Meat Shortage as Plants Close Due to COVID-19 and Coronavirus: All countries must help aid agencies to keep millions out of hunger’s way ) I’ve learned to ask the question of who profits it?
None other than the COVID profiteering king himself, Bill Gates!
In an article published in 2013 Gates informs his readers that meat will be in high demand and the world consumption will double between 2000 and 2050. He claims that is a good thing but then goes on to tell all of us serfs how the production of meat just takes way too many resources.
Lucky for us wannabe world king Gates has a solution for this.
Future of Food
Learn how food scientists are reinventing meat – and how it can benefit everyone.
By Bill Gates | March 18, 2013
By 2050, the world’s population will grow to more than 9 billion and our appetite for meat will grow along with it. The demand for meat will have doubled between 2000 and 2050.
But raising meat takes a great deal of land and water and has a substantial environmental impact. Put simply, there’s no way to produce enough meat for 9 billion people. Yet we can’t ask everyone to become vegetarians. (As much as I like vegetables, I know I wouldn’t want to give up hamburgers – one of my favorite foods).
That’s why we need more options for producing meat without depleting our resources.
But how does this relate to the current crisis?
Because Gates, along with China, once again has the plan to save the world!
Impossible Foods, Beyond Meat eye bigger cut of Covid-19 driven growth in Asia’s plant-based foods segment
Beyond Meat, Impossible Food’s biggest competitor, has aggressively expanded in mainland China. On April 21, Starbucks China announced that it will offer plant-based alternatives on its menu from Beyond Meat, which is represented in Asia by Green Common, founded by Hong Kong entrepreneur David Yeung, who also owns Omnipork, a pork replacement product aimed at the Chinese market.
Beyond Meat’s share price jumped 16 per cent on the same day. The company, which is listed on the Nasdaq, saw its share price suffer during the market collapse in March, but it has been a steady gainer since then, rising from US$54 on March 18 to US$88.46 on April 22. It has received investment from Bill Gates and Leonardo DiCaprio.