George Soros Making a Move to
Control Food and Grain Production
March 30th, 2011 1:37 pm ET
Kenneth Schortgen Jr
This is a very serious development. We have warned repeatedly of the coming inflation and food shortages for quite some time. A figure for the inflation that is being bandied about is 200%, meaning if you pay 4.50 for a gallon of milk that will rise to 13.50 a gallon, if you now pay 10.00 for a 24 pack of soda it will rise to 30.00.
George Soros is a very evil man, who has toppled three
nations financial systems while selling short on them and in so doing making
hundreds of billions if not trillions. (This is illegal for normal
Americans) What he is seeking to do is to
I see here time and again concerning the acts of this man, the image of Pharaoh in the bible controlling all the grain in the time of great world wide famine – during which all the people of Egypt sold themselves as slaves in order to receive of Pharaoh’s stores.
George Soros is an international criminal living here in the US that needs to be brought to justice, along with his associates, needing to be arrested, having all bank accounts assets and holdings seized. The problem is he has been and is being protected by the Democrat party so this is all but impossible in the natural.
Financier and (Socialist, Liberal) progressive activist George Soros is formulating a move to control food and grain production by purchasing grain elevators in late March in several parts of the United States through his Soros Managment Fund's backed Gavilon Grain. With purchases made in March, Gavilon Grain will become the third largest grain company behind Cargill, and Archer-Daniels Midland.
With strong ties to the Obama administration, Soros now has both the economic, and political clout to begin consolidation of purchasing and shipping domestic agriculture around the world.
The purchase of 16 elevators at 12 locations in eastern
"The addition of Union Elevator's
grain facilities and origination capabilities position us well to support the
growing Pacific Northwest export wheat market and serve the Columbian Basin
feed grain market," Greg Konsor, VP and GM of Gavilon Grain, said in a statement. The PNW is the No. 1
wheat export terminal in the
When food brokers consolidate into just a few large companies
controlling the majority of a market, then prices can be set not by supply and
demand, but by corporate decisions and manipulation of supply. If the
price for food is too low in the
With George Soros's making this move in backing Gavilon Grain's purchases to control food and grain distribution in the United States, and becoming the third largest grain company in the country, it will lead to the same results that we see in the energy markets as oil is controlled by a small group of corporations, and the price can be dictated by an artificial control over its supply.