"25 YEARS AGO, I SHARED WITH MY RADIO AUDIENCE, THAT GOD HAD GIVEN ME A VISION, WHERE I SAW GUARD TOWERS WITH FOREIGN SOLDIERS AND MACHINE GUN TOWERS STATIONED AT THE 4 CORNERS OF TOTALLY FENCED FARMS AND WHEAT FIELDS,WITH STARVING AMERICAN CITIZENS BEING MACHINE GUNNED DOWNED, AS THEY TRIED TO JUST GRAB EARS OF WHEAT TO EAT”-THE TIME IS NOW HERE, AS FOOD, ALONG WITH FRESH WATER, BECOME THE TWO MOST PRICELESS COMMODITIES ON PLANET EARTH,THAT ARE ALREADY COMING UNDER ILLUMINIST CONTROL-SQ" - Steve Quayle via email
The eye-opening chart below, via USA Today from March 2016, should give readers a visual of how much of an increase can be seen in Chinese acquisitions of U.S. targets since 2011.
It is not just telecom companies, theaters, electronic companies, etc.. that the Chinese are buying up, but a massive increase of U.S. farmlands and global food companies, such as the $7.1 billion purchase of Smithfield Foods in 2013, the world's largest pork producer. With the Smithfield purchase, the Chinese now own 1 out of every 4 pigs raised in the U.S, according to some reports.
In fact, as the chart above shows, it was 2011 that the Chinese acquisitions of U.S. targets started spiking, which coincides with China's 2011 "five year plan," which is China's roadmap for their economy, with particular focus on "buying up overseas farmland and foreign food companies."
As Forbes details in a 2013 article titled "The Foreign Companies That Are Buying Up America," we see that "The Chinese are using American money from its trade deficit with you and putting it to use to acquire American brands."
It isn't only China though that is buying up American companies, meaning when you spend money on their products thinking you are "buying American," and helping the U.S. economy.... well, not so much!
Just a few examples listed below to make the point - Purina, now owned by the Swiss company, Nestle; Alka-Seltzer, now owned by German company Bayer Schering Pharma AG; Ben & Jerrys, now owned by British-Dutch Unilever; AMC theaters, now owned by the Chinese; 7-Eleven, now owned by the Japanese company, Seven & I Holdings; Gerber, now owned by the Swiss pharmaceutical giant, Novartis and ; Firestone, now owned by the Japanese Bridgestone Corporation.
A simple search brings up countless ways food has been used as a weapon of mass starvation throughout history, with a March 1941 TIME magazine article stating "Both Stalin and Hitler use food to destroy internal opposition, reward accomplishment, punish failure, establish the class distinctions of their "new orders."
Food Power is described in the following manner "the use of agriculture as a means of political control whereby one nation or group of nations offers or withholds commodities from another nation or group of nations in order to manipulate behavior."
Food can be used as a weapon by a government against its own people or by a nation against another, but now we have reached the dawn of a new day, where foreign companies and governments own significant amounts of U.S. resources and land, to the point where any major catastrophe that befalls America that results in food shortages, could find us living out Steve's vision from 25 years ago, where 'American farmlands become the killing fields of tomorrow," guarded by foreign soldiers with machine guns aimed at starving Americans.