In 1932-33, Communist Jews starved about ten million Ukrainian farmers and their families to death in a genocide called the “Holodomor.” According to Deagle.com, the US population is projected to decline by 225 million by 2025. Canada, France and Italy will be reduced by about 30% but Russia, China, Iran & India will hardly be affected. Germany and UK are reduced to 28 million and 15 million people respectively.
The Rothschilds are making an inventory of everything on the planet so they may own it. This includes food. Ex FEMA analyst Celeste Solum implies that this inventory might facilitate food shortages aka “supply chain disruptions.”
Back in 2005, the precursor to the Mark was introduced as a tracking mechanism for property and animals. It was known as the National Animal Identification System. It had three pillars:
All property belongs to the government and will be issued an alpha-numeric country code.
Electronic identification of all lifeforms on said property each being issued an alpha-numeric country code24/7 surveillance
Courageous individuals and states introduced state legislation to block this intrusive regulatory proposal. Despite widespread opposition it was passed. A few years later becoming mandatory. As is the custom in government circles, when it became mandatory, the program changes its name to Traceability to harmonize with the international mandate from the United Nations. This program, from its inception, was applicable to humans as they are considered animals except in documents stating an exception.
Here is a repost from Food Safety News updating you on the program. It is critical to keep an eye on this as weaponized food was commanded and demanded in January by globalists, by the end of this year for all commercial available foods.
–“The Traceability Challenge”
“Tech-enabled traceability – the ability to quickly track a food throughout the food system, from when it leaves its source to when it lands on your plate – is one of the foundational core elements of the New Era of Smarter Food Safety blueprint.
“Achieving end-to-end food traceability will involve everyone in the supply chain – from source to table. To achieve that level of participation, we need accessible tracing solutions for human and animal food companies of all sizes.
“We’re asking food technology solution providers, public health advocates, entrepreneurs, and innovators across the human and animal food supply chain to present food traceability solutions that are affordable, create shared-value, and, thus, can scale to encourage widespread adoption.
“When there’s an outbreak of food-borne illnesses, it’s critical to rapidly identify where the contamination originated. Doing so not only helps us prevent additional illnesses and potentially save lives, but it allows us to conduct better root cause analyses to prevent such outbreaks from happening again. It also may provide us with more detailed or specific information about the source of the contamination.
“We also learned during the COVID-19 pandemic that further enabling a digitally traceable food system could help create the type of transparency needed to anticipate and help prevent supply chain disruptions in a public health emergency, thereby resulting in a more resilient food system.
“The challenge will invite submissions for tech-enabled solutions that address traceability needs and challenges faced by primary producers (such as entities involved in farming, fishing, and animal agriculture), importers, manufacturers and processors, distributors, and retailers and foodservice.
Deagle population projections. Black 2017.