(PatriotHQ) Maybe America can live without chicken and eggs, but can America survive without corn?
Corn meal, food fillers, corn oil to corn on the cob the global government has found a way to deny Americans of corn. However, they are calming the sheeple by telling the world it is only one country and only one crop which is affected.
Sounds crazy and would never happen here? Nevertheless, US farmers warn about the single worst thing could happen to corn crops.
Corn farmers went to Washington to say Mexico’s ban on GMO corn could put them out of business.
If Mexico bans genetically modified corn, the US market could be crushed!
Farmers in the U.S. are worried a change in the rules for agriculture in Mexico will hurt their ability to grow corn.
America is left behind…. again.
“Most farmers who are my age or younger have never even used regular corn. We don’t have the tools to do it. We don’t have the tools to do it,” Elizabeth Hinkel of Hinkel Farms told Madison Alworth of FOX Business on “Mornings with Maria.” “Wednesday. “So, if we had to go back to growing the old way, it would cost a lot of money. On top of, our crops would produce less.”
Farmers from the United States are going to Capitol Hill to talk about their worries about Mexico’s plan to ban U.S. imports of genetically modified corn. According to reports, these farmers say this could be the worst thing has ever happened to corn farmers.
Mexico is the country buys the most corn from the U.S. Last season, Mexico bought more than $10 billion worth of yellow and white corn from the U.S.
“Even though most of the corn in Pennsylvania stays in the state, our price is still set by the board,” said Hinkel. “So, if price goes down, it will hurt farmers all over the U.S., no matter where they sell their corn.”
Farmers are still unsure about Mexico’s ban on GMOs because they are afraid it will hurt their profits. Hinkel said, “I just can’t even imagine what this is going to do.” “Farmers from all over the United States are involved. It will have an effect no matter where you sell it or what you use it for.”
Since the ban won’t go into effect until 2024, Mexico says the rule will help it make more of its own goods. Last week, Jayme White, the U.S. trade representative, met with Alejandro Encinas, Mexico’s Under Secretary of Economy for Foreign Trade, to talk more about the GMO decision and how the two countries will work together in the future.
After the meeting, the USDA said, “Mexico’s proposed approach, which is not based on science, still threatens to disrupt billions of dollars in bilateral agricultural trade, cause serious economic harm to U.S. farmers and Mexican livestock producers, and stifle important innovations needed to help producers deal with pressing climate and food security challenges.”
Protect the environment which insures the slow down of climate change comes with a price, mass death.
A fifth-generation corn farmer in Nebraska who grows mostly white corn for Mexicans said he wouldn’t switch to growing non-GMO corn because it would be bad for the environment and his finances.
Do you know how many grocery store items contain corn? On ‘How America Works,’ host Mike Rowe shows grocery store items contain corn and the people who keep this common ingredient in stock.
“Our futures are connected. We need them just as much as they need us, “Andy Jobman, the head of the Nebraska Corn Growers Association, also told Alworth on Tuesday. “So, we really need to sit down and figure out what’s going on and let GMO corn keep going into Mexico.”
As Mexico prepares for the potential ban, the country, in the meantime, has passed regulation discourages exports, including a 50% tariff on any white corn leaving the nation.
Inconclusion, Mexico is joyous over giving America it’s poor population but not the products to feed them! “It’s Your Problem” But the bigger issue is how the loss of corn will affect the American people. To put it bluntly it can be summed up in one word: Starvation!
Another slick method of stopping, killing and conquering America by product denial thereby leading to food wars, starvation, and most of all the conquering of the United States, or will the USA simply surrender for a bowl of porridge?