There is a growing worldwide campaign to set up complimentary school meals all around the globe. On face of it this might look like an excellent concept …
but in the New Normal age absolutely nothing is ever actually complimentary.
So, let’s unload …
The project is being spear-headed by the UN-backed School Meals Union (SMC), whose self-proclaimed objective is “totally free school meals for every kid by 2030” (for some reason they are consumed with that date).
The SMC currently has more than 80 nationwide federal governments signed up to its pledge, with over 90 “partners” (consisting of the Rockefeller Foundation), and these numbers are only most likely to grow after their discussion at the UN’s World Food Summit earlier today.
At the same time, the Coalition is getting radiant press articles, like this one from The Guardian’s economics editor Larry Elliot:
For the plan to work, rich countries would discover around one-third of the $6bn annual expense, with the rest discovered by the governments of low-income countries through their spending plans or though ingenious financing ideas such as debt for school meals swaps, under which countries would channel the cost savings from financial obligation relief into school meals programmes. At a time when help budgets are being cut, $2bn a year is small change for donor governments and represents simply one day’s worth of yearly subsidies to food manufacturers. It is a small cost to pay for something that might do so much great.
This program has been hiding in the shadows of UK politics for a while now, with Labour Party MP Zarah Sultana initially pushing FSM to all main kids back in the winter of 2022.
It feels strange to compose sceptically about this, because, as a self-proclaimed leftist for most of my life, complimentary school meals is exactly the kind of policy I likely would have supported without question simply a few short years ago …
… however those couple of years were Covid years, and they have actually taught us all a lot.
To start with, and most notably, it’s become significantly obvious that any policy is just as reasonable as the people executing it, and only as decent as the intent behind it, and, nevertheless superficially humane this plan may sound, the useful impact would be to hand yet more control over to the same homicidal, eugenicist state that extremely recently killed thousands with a lie.
Second of all, a monopoly is a monopoly– whether private or state-backed– and the minute a monopoly exists the freedom to pick is dead. Flexibility of choice is always the very first liberty to go, however never the last.
Consider, for a minute, exactly what free school meals indicates in a post-covid world still reeling from a deliberately created monetary crisis and in the middle of a “Great Reset” change.
1) The expense of living is soaring, and many moms and dads– working moms and dads as well as unemployed– are just unable to pay for to warm their homes or feed their children.
2) “Covid” triggered a huge spike in homeschooling in nations all around the world.
3) there is an on-going project to “revolutionize international food systems” by promoting eating insects, GMOs and lab-grown “meat”.
Let’s trace the point where all these policies converge.
What are we taking a look at?
Essentially, totally free school meals can be used to …
a) counter the increase in homeschooling by successfully bribing or pushing struggling moms and dads to keep their kids in school so they can be fed
b) condition children (and their parents) into accepting eating whatever the state chooses to provide– be it ‘healthy’ GM veganism, bug-burgers or lab-grown food paste
c) this conditioning will help to normalise a more general acceptance of these “foods”
Which’s simply the passive phase of control. We can presume it won’t stop there since it never ever does.
Maybe free school meals will one day be tied to accepting universal standard earnings payments, or conditional on your digital ID or your social credit report.
Perhaps only immunized kids will get approved for totally free school meals.
I make certain you see my point.
The unfortunate reality is that we reside in a period of ever-increasing– and anti-human– corporate/state overreach.
The food might be totally free in the monetary sense of the word, however there will most absolutely be a price to pay.
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