WEF makes move on US Food supply

Back in the 1970s the New World Order, through the World Economic Forum and radicals at tHe United Nations, started to talk about containing the population. We would be moved into cities, our foods would be controlled. Speed through the years and their “You will own nothing and you will be happy” plans coalesced in Agenda 2030.

One of the things the elites hate is the fact we might eat well, and from farmers who will possess the land they so desire. So they are stealing farmland in Europe and here, they are planning to police farmers into oblivion.

The omnibus bill, combines six essential spending bills into one, includes text that allocates $15 million to “related infrastructure” needed for electronically tracking livestock.

The full text of the provision states, “The agreement directs the Department to continue to provide the tag and related infrastructure needed to comply with the Federal Animal Disease Traceability rule, including no less than $15,000,000 for electronic identification (EID) tags and related infrastructure needed for stakeholders to comply with the proposed rule, ‘Use of Electronic Identification Eartags as Official Identification in Cattle and Bison,’ should that rule be finalized.

However, ahead of the vote last Wednesday, Republican representative Thomas Massie of Kentucky took to X, formerly Twitter, to criticize the bill, saying it will be used to limit beef production and challenge small ranchers.

“Hidden in this week’s Omnibus: Lobbyists got $15 million dollars to implement ELECTRONIC TRACKING of all cattle in the U.S. No law authorizes this!

It will be used by the GREEN agenda to limit beef production, and by the corporate meat oligopoly to DOMINATE small ranchers,” Massie wrote on X.

Republican Representative Mark Green of Tennessee also slammed the bill, writing on X, “Beef cattle production makes up 16.7% of Tennessee’s agricultural sector. I will not vote for an omnibus that gives radical Green New Deal activists the ability to hurt Tennessee’s farmers.”

GOP Senator Mike Lee of Utah wrote on X, “U.S. citizens have survived and thrived for two-and-a-half centuries without centralized electronic tracking of cattle. And yet the #SchumerMinibus spends $15 million on just that—electronic tracking of cattle.Cattle Range

The Senate voted 75-22 to approve the $460 billion short-term spending bill.