Apr 29 • 16M

Ep. 106 - No Food For Hungry Babies?

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Well that's interesting.

The World Health Organization just published an article attacking corporations that market baby formula to mothers. The concern is that misleading marketing reinforces myths about breastfeeding and undermines women’s confidence in their ability to breastfeed successfully. Such misinformation is dissuading mothers from breastfeeding -- which is what the WHO exclusively recommends.

Now the WHO is calling on governments to protect new children and families, "by enacting, monitoring and enforcing laws to end all advertising or other promotion of formula milk products." It sounds like a noble cause, as all causes do, but let's not lose sight of the fact that the WHO is a key player in foisting the globalist agenda upon an unsuspecting public.

Thus, their announcement begs the question: What are they really up to?  

Have you heard of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes? This international regulation was originally adopted by the World Health Assembly in 1981. Based on the WHO's new "shocking report,” the organization is now stepping up its efforts, using "social listening" to monitor social media platforms for key words or phrases so they can gather, organize, and analyze data, to track down corporations who violate the Code.

Coincidentally, right on cue, we find a rash of articles bombarding the public psyche with disturbing headlines:

What's behind this shortage of formula? It turns out back in February, FDA inspectors reportedly found multiple samples of Cronobacter in an Abbot Nutrition laboratory in Michigan. This led to a series of recalls which led directly to the bare shelves at the store, and millions of mothers struggling to feed their hungry babies. How bad is it?

According to Datasembly, the states experiencing the worst shortages are Connecticut, Delaware, Montana, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Texas, and Washington, where formula shortages were higher than 40 percent during the 3rd week of April.

In Des Moines, Iowa, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and San Antonio, Texas, the out-of-stock percentages were even higher, with these metropolitan areas found to be experiencing percentages of 50, 55, and 56 percent, respectively.

Is there a direct correlation between the WHO's effort to enforce the "Code" and the hungry babies crying out all across the country? We know that there are clear connections between the WHO, the CDC, and the FDA, which are all ostensibly working together to protect humanity from itself — for the sake of the greater good.

We learned last week that the WHO has initiated a plan to capture the global supply chain, so that it can ensure and enforce the UN Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Just to recap, along with fundamentally restructuring production, distribution, and consumption, regulating the marketing of unhealthy foods and beverages, and removing highly processed and packaged foods, the WHO is calling on governments to implement policy measures that limit volumes of production and consumption.

We also now know that FDA is seeking a record $8.4 billion to further the "Critical Public Health Modernization, Core Food and Medical Product Safety Programs." The central components of this plan are outlined in the New Era of Smarter Food Safety Blueprint, which emphasizes, among other things, tech-enabled Food Traceability, smarter tools and approaches for the prevention of outbreaks, and promoting a Food Safety Culture.

For the record, the FDA plans to make these "dramatic improvements" by doing more to "influence and change human behavior." They promise to ensure that your foods are safe -- by more aggressively testing everything from milk to meat. When the FDA determines that your foods are not safe, they will make sure the food never finds its way to the shelf, or into your hungry stomach.

It turns out starvation has proven to reduce your chances of suffering from food-born illness. More importantly, it reduces your carbon footprint. Interestingly enough, it also makes you more reliant upon the government and more likely to be compliant -- do what they say or you won't get fed -- which I'm sure is just coincidence.