Biden Regime Attacks Farmers Under The Pretense Of Climate Change As Food Inflation Continues To Spike- In Reality They Want To Control Americans By Controlling The Food Supply


by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

In 2022 we saw and noted that the Biden regime was attacking an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania for a decades-old practice of processing his own meat, organically and according to his religious beliefs.

This was not only a violation of religious beliefs and practices, but an outright attack on the 4,000 private food club members that purchased from the farmer because they prefer organic foods with no preservatives.


The organic farm supplies everything from grass-fed beef and cheese, to raw milk and organic eggs, to dairy from grass-fed water buffalo and all types of produce, all to roughly 4,000 private food club members who pay top dollar for high quality preservative-free whole foods.

The private food club members appreciate their freedom to get food from an independent farmer that isn’t processing his meat and dairy at U.S. Department of Agriculture facilities, which mandates that food be prepared in ways that Miller’s Organic Farm believe make it less nutritious.  Miller also believes that USDA mandated preservatives 

Amos Miller, the farm’s owner, contends that he’s preparing food the way God intended — but the current U.S. government doesn’t see things that way.

They recently sent armed federal agents to the farm and demanded he cease operations.  The government has also issued more than $300,000 in fines — a request so steep, it would put the farm out of business.



We, and other Independent Media websites warned at the time, that it was just a the beginning of the attacks on our food supply, our farmers and ranchers, and against the American people.

Fast forward a bot and we note that all under the guise of “climate change,” farmers in multiple nations are under attack, under the pretense of “controlling emissions,” with the latest nation doing so being Ireland.


In the latest effort to reduce emissions from agriculture, Ireland said it may kill 200,000 cows. Meanwhile, climate activists have American farms and ranches in the crosshairs.


Whelp, looks like that last sentence was correct, as John Kerry, first United States special presidential envoy for climate, (also known for his betrayal of fellow Vietnam military members), is now pushing for changes in America’s farming industries, against under the guise of climate change.

For more about Kerry’s attack on U.S. farming and ranching, read “John Kerry says US farmers must radically transform food production to meet ‘net zero’ emissions goals by 2030.”

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