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Does Joe Biden Want You to Starve to Death?

Written by Jason Williams
Posted October 7, 2022

It’s become commonplace for the mainstream media to start every article or conversation about whatever global crisis we’re discussing with the words, “Since Russia invaded Ukraine.”

But that’s not true. Because things were incredibly bad far before Russia even started war games on the Ukraine border.

Oil prices were already soaring. Inflation was already at a 40-year high. Supply chains were already broken. And the world was already starving.

It’s just easy to blame Putin because nobody likes him. And it couldn’t possibly be the fault of those people in power who’ve been making terrible decisions for decades.

The energy crisis that’s going to leave millions in fully developed Europe freezing this winter was caused by a multitude of things. And the Russian invasion and ensuing Western sanctions are part of that.

But it all started when Germany and the rest of the EU decided to go all-in on renewable energy and supplement it with Russian natural gas since renewables can't actually power a whole country.

Inflation got sparked by the past nearly 20 years of free money and low interest rates coming from the Federal Reserve and other central banks.

Then it got running like a scalded dog after global governments started printing trillions in response to their boneheaded decisions to shut the world down in response to what amounted to a bad cold.

Then it accelerated as governments insisted on continuing to print more and more and more money in a boneheaded attempt to put out a fire by pouring gasoline on top of it.

The supply chain crisis all started when those same inept leaders decided to shut the world down and lock everyone inside for nearly a year.

It’s still just barely recovered, and that’s only because people stopped buying stuff after the soaring inflation and soaring energy costs made said stuff too expensive.

Then there’s the food crisis. It was very real far before Russia even started thinking about invading Ukraine (this time around).

But the thing is... that was caused partly by our feckless politicians as well. Remember back when they convinced you that cows, of all things, were the main culprits of carbon emissions?

That started everything down the wrong path, but things got far worse because of the global shutdowns and lockups inflicted on the world in a vain attempt to stop the spread of COVID.

Farmers couldn’t get their crops to markets where people would be able to buy them. So they tilled those crops back into the ground.

That not only set agricultural production back a whole harvest, but also meant those farmers probably wouldn’t be able to afford seed and fertilizer come the next year.

That was then compounded by the supply chain crisis that made it nearly impossible to get fertilizer even if you could afford it.

And now, the “woke” politicians here in the U.S., up north in Canada, over in the EU, and at the U.N. are making matters worse by declaring a war on farming… in the name of climate change, of course.

They’re going to save us from a warming planet by starving half the population of the world.

You couldn’t make up something more stupid if you tried.

I mean, they are right that if you’ve already starved to death, you won’t have to worry about climate change at all.

And if we cut the global population in half (by killing off half of the population), we won’t have to worry about the overpopulation that’s most likely the cause of any human-driven changes to the climate (if humans are actually the cause at all, that is).

But it seems kind of like cutting off your nose to spite your face to me.

Private Industry to the Rescue

Fortunately, while our “elected” leaders and their billionaire pimps make terrible decisions that will lead to more suffering, our business leaders are ignoring them and working to save humanity.

There are companies looking at what we use now and trying to make it better.

From new battery materials to more efficient energy storage and generation technology, they’re working on new ways to use the energy sources we already have.

They’re working on cutting our dependence on fossil fuels, too. In fact, they’re working on new fuels that will supply grid-level power without burning dead plants and animals.

They’re even building completely new energy storage systems that will hold and release power when even the hydroelectric dams that currently store 90% of the world’s unused electricity can’t operate.

And they’re identifying new reserves of resources our high-tech, energy-intensive economy desperately needs.

But most importantly, they’re addressing our foremost crisis: the global food shortage.

Starving Is Worse Than Sweating

Politicians around the world declared war on food long before COVID or the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

They declared war on farming long before banning the use of fertilizers in the breadbaskets of the world.

They’ve been trying to kill off the farms where most of us get the fuel that feeds our brains: protein.

It won’t be long before a nice juicy steak really does become a luxury and not just a treat to the taste buds.

It won’t be long before all meat costs the same as wagyu beef (that runs about $200 a steak).

And it won’t be long after that when we’ll be saying that $200 a steak seems “pretty cheap.”

But without protein, humans lose their place at the top of the food chain. We don’t have claws, or strong muscles, or fangs, or even thick coats of hair.

We’re incredibly weak as a species. But we have these big, beautiful brains that developed after we started cooking meat and eating it as cave men (or is it cave people now?).

Without those brains, we wouldn’t have made it very far. And without that protein, our brains would never have developed to be as useful as they are.

So when politicians attack the farmers who supply that protein, they’re also attacking the very thing that keeps humans on top of the food chain and alive at all.

Of course, they think it makes sense to starve people to death before the planet becomes uncomfortably warm (if that even ends up happening).

But it’s those people — people who have obviously been skipping their protein and not feeding their brains — who are in charge of the decision-making process.

And if they’ve historically made terrible decisions that have caused more problems than they've solved, we can bet our bottom dollars they’ll do it again and again and again.

Global Arms Race Hiding in Plain Sight

That’s why in the private sector there’s a new global arms race to develop technology that allows the world to continue to eat despite the best efforts of those brainless politicians.

Companies around the world are now competing to be the first to come up with a solution to the global food crisis that our leaders have heaped upon us.

The winner of this race could completely transform the $8.7 TRILLION food industry

AND deliver blockbuster profits to its shareholders at the same time.

I’ve been researching this and all the other crises we’ve been embroiled in for a long time.

And I’ve found a company that I’m convinced has developed a solution to our global food crisis.

Now, I can’t guarantee it will be the “be-all, end-all” winner, but I can say that it’s compiled an impressive team with combined decades of experience disrupting stodgy industries.

And I can show you all the technology it’s brought together under one roof to address every issue that has or might come up as this crisis continues to unfold.

It’s the only company I’ve been able to identify that has a little bit of everything we’re going to need to address this global food shortage and prevent it from getting far worse.

This Hidden Gem’s About to Go Full-On Celebrity Stock

And the best part about it is that, thanks to recent weakness in the markets, it’s trading for less than $1 per share.

This is a company I’m predicting could be worth hundreds of billions of dollars in the next decade.

I’m talking about the potential for this $18 million company to grow into a $300 BILLION behemoth!

And I’m talking about the sub-$1 share price potentially EXPLODING up to over $100 a share!

If my research is even close to correct (which I’m sure it is), then this company has the potential to become the next Nestle, a multibillion-dollar global mammoth of a company!

I’d like to share that research with you today because I’m convinced this company is about to go from unknown gem to celebrity stock status…

And I want you to get the chance to invest BEFORE that happens.

So take a little time before you slide into the weekend and give my research a read.

I promise you’ll at least find it fascinating. You might find yourself agreeing with me too.

And if you do, you’ll have all the details you need to get invested before shares take off.

I sure hope you take advantage of the opportunity our feckless leaders and this bearish market have given you.

But the final decision has to be yours.

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter; the founder of Future Giants, a nano cap investing service; the editor of Alpha Profit Machine, an algorithmic trading service designed specifically for retail investors; and authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He is also the managing editor of Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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