Global trade agreements are making people fat and develop chronic diseases, it is not just NAFTA but all of them. But NAFTA is a good eye opener. North and Latin America have become the fattest continents in the world. And the obesity-related costs in America alone went from $209.7 billion in 2008 to $344bn.. ALLO!?
And if thinking that’s an individual responsibility, what about corporate side of the argument then? The consumers much watch what they eat, but “multinationals” are completely free to sell GMO loaded foods and chemical sodas? That does not add up, sorry.
(2013) Mexico takes title of “most obese” from America… The worst thing is the children are becoming programmed for obesity. It’s a very serious epidemic.” About 70 percent of Mexican adults are overweight… https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mexico-takes-title-of-most-obese-from-america/ AND…(2017) How Diabetes Got To Be The No. 1 Killer In Mexicohttps://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/04/05/522038318/how-diabetes-got-to-be-the-no-1-killer-in-mexico
So what do have North and Latin America in common? They all share the same hormones disruptive GMOs, MSGs and glyphosate combo. And the trend is spreading to EU, where the UK is the fattest country of all: France, German and Spain are not far behind. So much for the so-called rich countries. Corporate apologists-experts call the obesity epidemic “a symptom of relative prosperity”.
A sign of prosperity?
That’s social engineering. The system is rigged, particularly against poor people. But since 70% cannot barely afford better, what gives? The price of real food goes up and which of junk food goes down. This economic magic is operated by the so-called trade agreements, which are in fact economic conquests. EU has very similar agreements with Africa, that make it possible to sell with a loss to developed countries and have the EU taxpayers to fill the price gap. This insanity is not the result of any miscalculations but is allowed by design.
There is nothing to laud about any scientific improvement at all. Bigpharma is just keeping people on life support from a more and more early age…. while it can be traced all the way back to a deprivation of wholesome and organic foods. Mexico became the dumping ground for cheap US soda-fast foods as Trusthstream Media puts it.
Then we have the outrageous “got milk” situation which is an obvious ticking bomb. In EU the situation is pretty dire. To avoid a total milk price collapse, they powder and sell it to African countries, threatening the milk industry there too. On both ends, producers cannot recoup their costs… What comes around, goes around.
Of course we can assume that the situation is going to get way worse since plant based milks are now becoming trendy and people awakening to the “milk is good for bones scam”. Unfortunately a vast majority of dairy cows will be led to slaughter because of human greed. That are just more signs that the world economy is on its deathbed. Only a money-free society can prevent populations from overproducing and overconsumming.
People Can’t See How Enslaving NAFTA Really Is (Trusthstream media)
Dairy Farmers Pour Out 43 Million Gallons of Milk Due to Surplus (2016)
http://time.com/4530659/farmers-dump-milk-glut-surplus/ and http://time.com/money/4528053/milk-glut/
Dairy Industry Killed Off 500,000 Cows In Alleged Price-Fixing Scheme (2017)
New Data Shows Obesity Costs Will Grow to $344 Billion by 2018 (in the US alone)
Monsanto’s GMO Corn Contributing to Weight Gain, Disrupts Organs (2012)
The Hidden Dangers of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
The Decline Of The Milk Industry Cannot Be stopped
Supermarkets’ milk price war leaves a sour taste for dairy farmers (2015) https://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/mar/07/supermarkets-milk-price-war-dairy-farmers-tesco-cuts
Dairy farmers face ruin amid supermarket milk war (2013) https://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-02-13/dairy-farmers-face-ruin-amid-supermarket-milk-war/4517476
The TRUTH About the Supermarket Milk Price War
Donald Trump pledges to defend US dairy farmers in trade war with Canada (2017)
As Milk Prices Decline, Worries About Dairy Farmer Suicides Rise
Dairy Program Subsidies in the United States totaled $5.6 billion from 1995-2017.