The world’s richest people have a plan for food shortages: the ‘sniff test’
The mega-rich elite at the World Economic Forum has a plan for average Joes who could face global food shortages in the near future, and it’s called a “sniff test.”
A WEF video published on Wednesday sang of support for UK supermarkets choosing to remove the ‘best before’ or ‘best before’ date on different types of products. Citizens are now being suggested to use a “sniff test” to establish the freshness of their food.
Apparently the decision is part of an effort to limit food waste, but the timing is highly questionable. Unless you live a one hundred percent sustainable farm life, you’ve probably noticed food prices rising as supplies become scarce.
Last May, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said the then-looming food shortage would be a “catastrophe”. He noted that the WEF could work with policy makers to fight world hunger, and I guess this is their first attempt.
UK supermarket chains are ditching best-before dates in favor of the ‘sniff test’.
How do you control the quality of your products?
Learn more about preventing food waste: https://t.co/TkBMa748RB pic.twitter.com/5cGvQynD0O
— World Economic Forum (@wef) August 3, 2022
The video itself is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen: my former compatriots sniffing oranges while wearing face masks. What are all the people who have lost their sense of smell due to COVID-19 supposed to do? Pray to their brother in Christ that the heavy cream they add to their pasta won’t curdle in their stomachs? !
There are few things more stupid and evil than a bunch of people who think they know what’s best for people they don’t even know, and that’s exactly how you can define the WEF. Then again, maybe we never should have had use-by dates on our food, so we could maintain some common sense about what we put into our bodies.
Of course, part of our humanity is to protect the most vulnerable. Is there anything more vulnerable than someone who doesn’t know the difference between a good product and a bad one? (RELATED: From protests to assassinations, international chaos reaches fever pitch)
Reading between the lines of this video is easy, even for the less conspiratorial theorists among us. The WEF officially transfers the responsibility for finding clean and healthy food to consumers who depend on the advice of others.
On the surface level, limiting waste sounds like a great idea, but it’s essentially the mega rich telling us small farmers to eat spoiled food and fend for ourselves to survive the global crisis. imminent. Remember it’s unelected groups of evil cartoonists like the WEF who have created problems like the global food shortage thinking they know better than you how to survive.