How Smart to Let the Chinese Communist Party Control America’s Food Supply?

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem: “If we think a pandemic was scary, wait until we realize that we can’t put food on the grocery store shelves because China controls the entire system, and what most of America hasn’t been paying attention to, is that China — for years — has been buying up our chemical companies, our fertilizer companies, our processing systems, and now they’re buying land, and we have foreign countries that are heavily invested in that entire supply system.”

“We are losing control of the ability to feed our people,” she warned, “and that’s what is challenging us today. We finally are waking up to that, but it is going to be a serious situation that this administration needs to recognize they have a huge role in, and all they’ve done is strengthen our enemies and given them more ability to control our food supply which makes us in a very precarious situation as a country.” [Breitbart 7/8/22]

How smart is it to let a totalitarian government control the supply of food in the United States?

If the entire world were capitalist/free market, and if all governments respected the private property and other rights of individuals, it would be one thing. But China is a totalitarian slave state. It’s just old-fashioned Communism with a slicker veneer, including even some skyscrapers. But so what? You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig.

Noem is right on the money. If you think the pandemic was scary, because state and local governments in America (and the federal government once Biden took over) imposed a temporary Communist-like dictatorship on us, just wait until we get the real thing … not just with our ability to go to church or the store or work, but with our ability to EAT.

That would be the end, for most of us. Sure, the ultra wealthy and ultra connected (in a Communist slave state, one and the same) would be fine. But not the rest of us. The time to be concerned is now.



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