Eco Nazis & the Coming Global Famine
November 29, 2011
Green Party pressure tried to force Congress to pass a law that would effectively destroy Brazilian agriculture.
Sao Paulo - Marina Silva is not a very known name, but you may think of her the next time you are at your supermarket checkout.
This woman, a senator in Brazil, has started a war against agriculture with the help of international NGOs such as (the Nazi) WWF and Greenpeace.
In the last decade, Brazil has become the second largest producer of food in the world, and exports 30% of its production. In a world where hunger is still a problem, with 13 million people at the risk of immediate starvation and 750 million in hunger, this is making a huge difference.
However, feeding the hungry contradicts the New World Order plan (elucidated in the UN's Agenda XXI and the Club of Rome papers,) to depopulate the Earth and concentrate people in super-crowded and controlled cities, while preserving vast amounts of land for the global elite to hunt and spend exotic vacations.
The key agent in this strategy is the Green Party, an international socialist organization dedicated to the spreading of the eco nazi ideology as a chic replacement of old-fashioned and blood-stained Marxism. In Brazil, many NGOs receive tons of money from the eco nazi global movement.
As a member of this Party, Marina was the Minister of Environment from 2003 to 2008 and made life a living hell for small farmers, with draconian regulations similar to those applied in the US by the EPA.
At the same time, the real criminals in the Amazon, foreign logging companies employing local Indians, are still untouched.
People in Marina's own state don't like her, and her popularity in the Amazon region is low, because they know what kind of demagogue she is.
She is popular in the urban south and with the Brazilian billionaires, actors and singers. Illuminati's puppet James Cameron of Avatar fame is a fan, helping to spread absurd lies in the globalist media.
(left. Illuminati play the Brazil card)
Green Party pressure tried to force Congress to pass a law that would effectively destroy Brazilian agriculture. After much backstabbing, slander and lies from the Greens, challenged by a grassroots reaction from the farmers, the Forest Code has been approved with modest changes. It is the most restrictive environmental law on the planet, by far.
Today, 76% of the Amazon region is already protected and untouchable. In the 24% where some agriculture is permitted, the farmers will have to keep 80% of the forest.
That means that 95,2% of the forest will stay untouched. Brazil has 64% of native forests. The UK has 11%. The US has 24%. China has 17%.
But Brazil is not only Amazon. Almost all agriculture is outside the forest.
The Greens are not satisfied and still want to destroy the 5,1 million small farms in the remainder of the country, by forcing them to stay away from rivers and hills (in Europe most farm land is just by the rivers) and reforesting land that has been cultivated for centuries.
They want President Dilma to veto the Code, even after it has been approved by the Senate. These people are dangerous. They already gave away half of a state (Roraima), the size of a country, to an Indian reservation for a few thousand Indians.
In the process, they destroyed century-old rice farming small businesses and sent dozens of thousands of people, including farmer Indians, to the slums of the capital cities.
If they are successful with their Nazi tactics, we can expect to see sky rocketing prices for food and many more pictures of starving children in the news.
See also: Prince Philip throws wildcard into Brazilian elections