Democrat President Joe Biden’s so-called “climate czar” John Kerry is pushing for the U.S. federal government to crack down on farming in America to combat “global warming.”
Kerry, Biden’s “special presidential envoy for climate,” recently warned that emissions from agriculture are preventing the world from combatting “climate change.”
The former Secretary of State insists that America must massively reduce farming to meet the radical “green agenda” goals laid out by World Economic Forum (WEF) and the United Nations (UN).
Kerry claims that agricultural production is responsible for roughly one-third of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions.
He argues that slashing agricultural emissions must be “front and center” in the quest “save the planet” by defeating “global warming.”
Kerry made the remarks during the Department of Agriculture’s AIM (Agriculture Innovation Mission) for Climate Summit in Washington, D.C.
However, Kerry failed to mention that the vital agriculture industry is undeniably responsible for the sustenance and continued existence of 100% of the world’s roughly 8 billion people.
In recent months, Western leaders have been rapidly increasing their attacks on farming.
In the Netherlands, which is seen as a testbed for the WEF’s aggressive anti-farming agenda, the Dutch government has been rolling out plans to confiscate farmland.
The European Union (EU) has backed plans put forward by the Dutch government to confiscate and shut down thousands of farms in order to meet the goals set out by the global climate agenda.
The unelected European Commission in Brussels backed a scheme by the Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte, an “agenda contributor” of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Earlier this month, the governing arm of the European Union officially backed plans to force farmers off their lands in order to meet the EU’s Natura 2000 scheme which labels farms as so-called “peak” emitters of nitrogen.
The plan would offer farmers 120 percent of the value of their farm in a “buyout” scheme.
However, those who refuse would face the threat of being forced off the land without any financial compensation.
Should be plan turn out to be a “success,” it will likely spread to other countries given that it aligns with the global green agenda of the WEF.
Other nations, including Germany, France, Ireland, and Canada have already been following the Netherlands’ lead.
Nevertheless, the attack on farming is far from a foreign issue.
Farms in the United States have also been coming under attack recently, as Slay News reported.
Tennessee government officials have moved to seize land from American farmers in an effort to meet the green agenda goals of Kerry and the Biden admin.
The state is suing to confiscate farmland just east of Memphis that will be repurposed to build a new multi-billion dollar electric vehicle (EV) plant.
Ford Motor Company has announced plans to build a $5.6 billion electric truck and battery plant to be built in the rural area of Tennessee.
Officials in Tennessee are so eager to bend over backward to comply with the green agenda that the state is prepared to seize land from black farmers in order to facilitate Ford’s EV project.
The calls to confiscate land are not just coming from radical government officials either.
As Slay News recently reported, JPMorgan Chase & Co. President and CEO Jamie Dimon issued a statement last month calling on the federal government to begin seizing privately-owned property from citizens and repurposing the land to fight “climate change.”
Multibillionaire Dimon, the former head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, insists that governments will need to seize private land for the creation of more green energy production sites.
Dimon claims there is a need for affordable energy immediately and a need for decarbonization for tomorrow.
“We may even need to evoke eminent domain—we simply are not getting the adequate investments fast enough for grid, solar, wind, and pipeline initiatives,” Dimon wrote.
Eminent domain refers to a government seizing private land or property, against the landowner’s will, and converting it for public use while “compensating” the owner.
He continued mentioning the Inflation Reduction Act and other U.S. laws that “hold the potential to unlock over $1 trillion in clean technology development” and that they “need to be implemented effectively.”
Dimon called for the cooperation of governments, businesses, and non-governmental organizations to create policy changes that “comprehensively address fundamental issues that are holding us back.”
“Massive global investment in clean energy technologies must be done and must continue to grow year-over-year,” the banker urged.
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