American farmers are becoming an endangered species, thanks to world elites like Bill Gates and investment firms like BlackRock buying up vast amounts of land and property. The price of farmland is SKYROCKETING, and ordinary Americans can’t keep up. But it gets even worse. In this clip, Glenn details America’s farmland crisis and ALSO the World Economic Forum’s next, big goal: ‘Smart Cities’ by 2030 that will not only limit your purchases, but your FOOD INTAKE as well…
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GLENN: Last night, I talked about the war on land. On fuel. All of it. Food.
What is happening with our food, is outrageous. I'm going to give you some things here. That you will not believe. In -- in -- in about eight minutes, you will say, no way that's true.
You're going to have to look it up. And I'll give you the address and everything else.
Right now, 40 percent of farmland in America, 40, is owned we Americans over 65. Our farmers are dying out.
So farmland, 40 percent of it, is going to go up for sale, soon. Okay?
And the way everything is structured, the farmer's families usually can't afford to keep the farm, when mom and dad die. So that means 370 million acres are going to come up. Of farmland. Good, American farmland, going to come up for sale, soon.
Now, the prices of farmland is skyrocketing for some reason.
I mean, who wants farmland? You know, the best and fastest way to become a millionaire, as a farmer, is start with 2 million.
Okay? You're guaranteed to have a million dollars, probably by the end of the year. It's a losing prospect.
It is hard work. Hard work. And you need good communities around you.
So why is farmland prices going up?
Well, a couple of reasons. COVID, people are like, oh, I just want to be someplace other than California. And so then they buy -- we'll raise chickens. And we'll have eggs. And maybe we'll have a goat. And a first winter. And the first harvest. They're like.
And they run back someplace in the city.
A few months ago, a farm in Iowa, sold for $25,000. Per acre. To say that land prices are skyrocketing is an understatement. So who is buying all of the farmland?
Well, BlackRock. Buying uproared -- record -- shattering amounts of homes. For farms, it's people like Bill Gates.
Now, I don't know about you. But Bill Gates, buying up 300,000 acres, spread out -- remember, 40 percent of the farmlands. 40 percent owned by 60 -- 65 and up.
40 percent -- how many acres did I say that was?
370 million. 40 percent, 370. How many acres does Bill Gates have in you?
He's approaching 300 million acres. So that's kind of disturbing. One guy, owning another 40 percent of our farmland, if these numbers are right?
That's terrifying. Especially a guy who believes in, you know what, well, we shouldn't have cattle. We shouldn't have milk. And, you know, I think genetically, fix these animals. Because I am God!
STU: And also, more disturbingly, this is the guy who approved Clippy.
STU: The little paper clip, that would give you recommendations on what to do with Microsoft Office.
GLENN: So I totally support Bill Gates, and his little farmer expedition. He's going to be a good farmer.
STU: You think he's done a lot of farming? You think bill has been in the fields, with a hoe?
GLENN: Oh, sure. Three hundred -- hmm. 37.6 million acres of US farm and ranch land, now held under foreign ownership. 37.6 million acres.
They've doubled down recently, buying land in Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado. Forty percent growth rate in just 2020.
One Chinese government link group bought farmland near Grand Forks Air Force base in North Dakota. No problem there. No problem.
No, really, seriously.
Former member of the Chinese Communist Red Army bought land near Laughlin Air Force Base here in Texas. The windmill project that he's doing, gives the Chinese yet another dangerous location next to a sensitive military base.
Buyers from Communist China bought 6.1 billion acres of farmland here in the US. Hmm.
By farm, that's more than any other foreign buyer. But it's just the Chinese, you know, communist government, that's doing it. What could possibly go wrong?
By the way, an update. I said this last night. Ron DeSantis, is the only guy that would do this. He needs to ban China, from buying farmland.
And guess what he did yesterday. Yeah. He's banning China from buying farmland. Where are you, Texas?
Where are you?
Okay. So you're seeing that our farmland is being put into the hands of either our enemies. Like Bill Gates.
Or the Chinese. So what are you going to do?
Bill Gates, 300 million acres.
STU: Thousand, isn't it? A thousand acres? You said 300 million.
GLENN: 300 million? Let me look at it. 300,000? Okay. So it's a lot better.
STU: It's still a lot of acres.
GLENN: Yes. But much better than 300 million. 300,000 acres. So he's got all this farmland. You know, where he's going. He's fully with the World Economic Forum, okay?
So the World Economic Forum. What do they want to do?
Well, they want to control the land. They want to control the food. They want to control the energy. They want to control the money. Well, if you do all of those things, you control you.
Now, I'm going to take you to something, to the World Economic Forum, their own website. They have a section on smart cities. Oh. This is a really smart city.
Like, I don't know. Like Chicago, very smart.
So the smart cities are the way to get all of our problems under control.
Because you're going to -- their plan is to force everybody into cities.
And leave the land alone.
Remember, they have to, by 2030, and Biden has already done this. He's going to preserve 30 percent of all land in America. No humans will be on it.
By 2050, it's 50 percent of all land. So where do the people go?
The people all have to go into cities. But they will be smart cities. Now, I want you to go to the World Economic Forum's website. And I want you to look this up for yourself. Because you will not believe what I'm about to tell you.
But it's there currently, in black and white.
So you decide, who is the conspiracy theorist, and who is actually lying to you.
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You're going to love this. You're going to love this. You go to the World Economic Forum, you look at their smart cities, and you're going to see what is planned for you. Now, they have all kinds of partners all over the world.
One of them is the Arup Group. A-R-U-P. Arup Group. They have their own section on the WEF website. Okay?
They're a progressive group that got together, in Britain, right after World War II, and they were like, hey, we can do a lot of things.
You know, these Fabian socialists, they have a lot of great ideas. Why don't we start building things and building a community of tomorrow?
So very progressive minded, and they want to be a source and a force for peace and social betterment, which I look for in a construction company, don't you?
I mean, I'm like, yeah, but how -- I mean, how is it with earthquakes and stuff?
Social betterment? Did we say social betterment?
STU: Same reason we go to NASA.
GLENN: Exactly right.
So -- well, you go to NASA, to learn about the Muslim.
STU: And how much they know about math.
GLENN: Right. So from the World Economic Forum, let's put page 40 up. There it is.
Now, I love this. Now, this is a whole section on, look, we've got some pretty big goals to hit. And we've got to hit them. So how do we build these smart cities? And what do we need people to do by 2030?
Now, they have some pretty aggressive goals, and some of them are up there. And, I mean, if you're watching Blaze TV, you'll see them up from the website, itself.
But let me -- let me give it to you, just in case you're not watching. Because gosh darn it, these -- these stats are a little sticky.
So food -- food, they need to reduce the emissions of food. By 2030.
So the -- their target -- their target by 2030, is you will only have 16 kilograms of meat. Per year.
Now, their aggressive target for 2030, is that you have 0 kilograms of meat. I'm telling you, what they're doing to the farmers and the ranchers, what these giant -- the four big food processors are doing.
They're driving them out of business. So you can't have any local ranchers growing meat. Because they're getting rid of meat. Listen to Klaus Schwab who says, by 2030, meat will be for the rich and very wealthy for occasions only.
You with that?
Again, on their own website. Sixteen kilograms. That's all you can have of meat. Right now, the dairy consumption. Milk, or derivative equivalent. So cheeses and everything else. They're hoping you will have 90 kilograms, if that. But their aggressive, ambitious target for 2030, is zero.
Now, remember, they need you to live like we lived in the pandemic, except without the nice stuff that you might have had, like cheese and milk and meat in the pandemic. You'll be required to have on me 2500 calories a day. Now, I don't know about you. But I don't know if I can live with 2500 calories. I really don't like the fact. You know, maybe it's because I've studied so much, about the Holocaust.
And, you know, when governments and institutions start regulating calories. Makes me think of the Holocaust a little bit. But maybe that's just me.
Now, when it comes to clothing, clothing is a problem.
Okay? We have too many clothes. For -- and I personally, I've watched television.
I don't think we have enough clothes, quite frankly. Lizzo comes to mind.
So their progressive target for 2030 is that people will only be allowed to have eight new clothing items per person, per year. But they really are shooting for three. So, comrade, you could have a new shirt, a new pair of pants. And maybe some socks.
Merry Christmas. We'll begin to go, oh, the socks for Christmas. Thank you.
So, you know, no big deal there. On private transportation, their goal is, now, I don't even know the number. They don't include this in there, how many vehicles per thousand people. What do you knowing, per thousand people? How many vehicles do we currently have, do you think?
STU: I mean --
STU: Yeah. Some of them are kids. I don't know if you're thinking, it's going to be at least 500 of them.
GLENN: At least 500. They want to reduce that, by 2030, to 190 cars per 1,000 people.
And their ambitious target is zero cars per 1,000 people.
Oh, and, by the way, your 20-year car, the car that should last you 20 years. They want it to last you 50 years.
So we'll all be driving. Oh, my gosh. This started to sound like Cuba. Where the sun is out every day, and you can go to the beach whenever you want. And try to fashion a craft out of logs and a sail.