In the Fight Against Climate Change John Kerry Wants American Farmers to Stop Farming

( – The Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Change, John Kerry, has warned that the world can’t effectively tackle “climate change” without first eliminating, or at least vastly reducing emissions from agriculture.

Speaking at the Department of Agriculture’s Climate Summit in Washington, during an event entitled Agriculture Innovation Mission (AIM), Kerry noted that agricultural production is responsible for approximately one third of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions.

He argued that the objective of reducing those emissions should – indeed, must – be first and foremost in the quest to overcome global warming. Unfortunately, the ardent zealotry displayed by John Kerry overlooks one important point, which is that although agriculture may well account for a certain percentage of greenhouse gas emissions, it is without doubt also responsible for the continued existence of 100 per cent of the world’s population of 8 billion people.

John Kerry is not alone in his criminal, treasonous, and genocidal ambitions. Other Western leaders, egged on by the World Economic Forum (WEF), are mounting similar attacks on farming in many countries. For example, in the Netherlands, Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced plans to confiscate thousands of farms, again supposedly to combat “climate change”. As many of those farmers have pointed out during the subsequent protests, “No Farmers” means “No Food”.

The imagined “problem” with climate change will not be solved by eliminating the primary sources of food production for the world’s population. The climate has been changing naturally for billions of years, and there is no reliable evidence to suggest that anthropogenic climate change has made the slightest difference.

Geological evidence shows that there have been times when greenhouse gases (including carbon dioxide) have been markedly more prevalent than they are today, and there have been times when they have been markedly less prevalent. In any case, a certain amount of carbon dioxide is necessary for plant growth and any attempt by mankind to control these natural processes is doomed to failure.

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