European Farm Bashing
The million fold mass murder of healthy animals serves serveral purposes. However, the major aim is to destroy the European farming class in order that Europe becomes dependent on farm supplies from USrael. The European farming society has gradually and increasingly been forced by a fiendish EU-Bolshevik-Commissar-System to work under bureaucratic decrees from Brussels as a measure to wipe out the centuries old knowledge and skills of planting, growing and breeding. To successfully manage a one-world society it needs a one-world-economy. The industrial section of our world has already been successfully concentrated to a small number of mega-sized companies, controlled by a handful of powerful players - as it once was with the banking system. What was not yet fully under international control (a few tycoons operating behind the smoke screen of anonymous shares of international corporations), was the oldest traditional segment of of our life - the farming sector. It is amazing, how Foot and Mouth will now help to get the last independent sector of our life also under the global control of the few.
In the wake of the19th century "Corn Laws" a new parliamentary legislation passed the House of Commons. It's aim was to force hundreds of thousands of small farmers to build walls around each strip of land they owned.
For the small farmers it was a total disaster as it consumed all their time and energy, normally needed to plant and grow rural produce for their own sustenance and to support their meagre livelihoods. Along with the time factor was the lack of money, required to build these stone walls on their narrow strips of land. The result of this very cunning policy, instigated by large bodies with vested interests in land, was to force hundreds of thousands farmers to sell out their holdings to the large landowners for prices that were next to nothing.
This meant that the powerful landowners and business people increased their control of the rural areas and how it was managed. At the same time the more or less free class of farmers became rural "refugees" and were forced by circumstances to go to work in the new textile factories of Lancashire and other places. For the conspirators behind the scene "there was no other way as to submit the farm population to the industrialists." (Illustrated History, Volume II, Lingen Publishers, Cologne 1976, page 1017) As previous landowners they were free, albeit poor. As textile workers they became modern day industrial slaves -similar to the workers of the Indian sub-continent.
The present day clumsy handling of the so-called BSE and Foot and Mouth disease reminds us of the days when the farmers were destroyed in the 19th century. From British farming sources we have been informed that the government made inquiries and approached several companies, specializing in Waste Woods (demolition lumber, pallets etc.), already in 2000 in order to assess the capability for burning masses of cadavers on pyres. Please note: Waste woods is used by government directives to burn cadavers in times of catastrophes.
The question must be: WHY did they check on this particular waste wood suppliers when NO Foot and Mouth existed and BSE infected cattle were not burned on pyres then? The government asserts that the millions of murdered healthy animals have to be burned in order to stop the spread of the disease. What stupid reasoning, when the birds pick on the cadavers, the wind blows the vast clouds of sky covering smoke all over the land and the animals' blood saturates the ground. Thus, these measures do not contain the disease but makes certain that it spreads everywhere. The globalistic credo reads: "Money flows where blood is spilled."
Similar to the situation in the 19th century the farmers of the year 2001 are facing a financial disaster. It is publicised by the British media that one farmer per week is committing suicide in the British isles and thousands are forced by increasing debt to sell their farms and assets at knocked down prices.
Who is the beneficiary of this ("legal") mass confiscation of private land, which in most cases was handed down from generation to generation?
The answer is quite simple, as it was in the 19th century - "market forces" (a well known phrase used by the world financiers to cover a multitude endeavours for their benefit only). Most of our readers are aware that large super-market chains were developing their own farms for direct supply. Therefore it is not hard to conclude that Supermarket giants and other large farm owners with direct contracts to super markets and to the export industry will be the new owners of the land, they have "legally" acquired (even though they might have pushed it a little by the use of Foot and Mouth). But the major aim is to destroy the European farming class in order that Europe becomes dependent on farm supplies and GM crops from USrael.
To manage a one-world society it needs a one-world-economy. The industrial section of the world has already been successfully transformed into a globalistic form of enterprises, concentrated in a few mega-sized companies, controlled by a handful powerful players, as it was with the banking system.
What was not yet fully under international control (a few tycoons operating behind the smoke screen of anonymous shares of international corporations) was the oldest traditional sector of life - the farming population. They would have always been a source of resistance, as their individualistic nature, developed through centuries of struggle and survival, and their ability to feed local communities, made them self sufficient and therefore they are perceived as a threat to the one-worlders and global players.
Soon we will not hear of the traditional individual farmer, but only the promotion of a "global mass farming" concept, similar to a type of Soviet "collective farming".