On his Friday podcast, Charlie Kirk asked “What the heck is going on in North Dakota?” as the state has allowed the Chinese Community Party (CCP) and World Economic Forum acolyte Bill Gates to buy up massive amounts of American farmland.
“Why is North Dakota allowing themselves to be taken over by the World Economic Forum and by the Chinese Communist Party?” Kirk then lamented that, “Republicans let Democrats and the Chinese and Bill Gates do whatever they want. We don’t fight back.”
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) July 11, 2022
Kirk’s comments came after Bill Gates won approval in June to buy a huge swath of North Dakota farmland for $13.5 million.
Kirk rhetorically asked why North Dakota allowed Bill Gates to buy the land and pointed to the billionaire’s friendship with North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, a former Microsoft employee.
“The governor of North Dakota is very close with Bill Gates,” Kirk said. “They’re best buddies. So come on CCP buy up North Dakota. Come on Bill Gates, come on, buy up North Dakota.”
Like Gates, the CCP is buying up vast amounts of American farmland.
“Do you know that the Chinese owned 100 million acres of farmland?” Kirk then explained, “So the Chinese Communist Party is buying up farmland all across America because they know that our ability to produce food, the breadbasket of the world, is one of our strategic advantages.”
Bloomberg reported in May that U.S. farmland was a hot commodity, confirming Kirk’s comments. Bloomberg explains that the bulk purchasing of American farmland is already hurting citizens. The innovation necessary to keep America’s farms competitive mostly originates in smaller, family-owned plots and the current marketing is crowding out and erasing these smaller farms.
Returning to Gates, Kirk correctly noted that “Gates is the single owner, largest owner of farmland” with “270,000 acres of farmland.”
Gates added North Dakota land to that tally last month in a move that left North Dakotans livid.
Insider reports Gates initially hit roadblocks when he tried to purchase the land. A decades-old law prohibited “corporations, trusts, and limited liability companies from farming activities.” As Kirk said, with the help of North Dakota state leadership Gates’ company, Red River Trust, was able to circumvent the law by saying he’ll lease the land back to farmers.
“Bill Gates knows that there’s a currency collapse coming and that whoever owns the food supply is going to be rich,” Kirk said.
Farmland King Bill Gates Involved in Big Agriculture 'Revamp'
Microsoft Founder Bill Gates has just become the top farmland owner in the US after purchasing plot after plot of land across the country. According to a recent report from The Land Report, Gates’ quiet acquisitions over have him currently sitting on 242,000 acres of American farmland, (and almost 27,000 acres of other land.)
Gates is currently the third richest man in the world, with a net worth of $132 Billion. He is one of the most recognizable faces of the World Economic Forum, a network of multinational major corporations who see themselves as the rightful leaders of the modern world.
After Gates’ farmland purchases made headlines last week, questions surrounding his motive behind controlling such a large portion of America’s agriculture swirled around social media.
Conspiracy theory time…what if Bill Gates is buying all that farmland to create re-education camps? 👀
— Samantha Marika (@samanthamarika1) January 15, 2021
“It is not entirely clear how Gates’ farmland is being used, or whether any of the land is being set aside for conservation.”#BillGates has acquired more than 242,000 acres of US farmland, making him the top private farmland owner in the country. https://t.co/A8a95bbDLD
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) January 15, 2021
But Gates and his billionaire friends have been very direct about the direction they plan to take the US — and global — food industry. And Gates’ slow, overwhelming acquisition of the country’s agricultural resources is likely to help them achieve just that.
Gates is an active partner in the World Economic Forum’s plan for a “Great Reset,” of the global economy. The plan seeks to leverage the destruction created by the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to create the new world order that the forum has envisioned for years. In the words of WEF founder Klaus Schwab and “COVID-19: The Great Reset” co-author Thierry Malleret, “COVID-19 is likely to sound the death knell of neoliberalism” and to “usher in a period of massive wealth redistribution.”
Gates has been an active voice within WEF for years, often penning contributions to the forums published agenda. One of the visions includes a “significant revamp” of the agriculture industry, which in addition to supposedly climate conscious practices, includes a push for the plant-based diet as default.
The Forum’s “Future of Food” section of its website not only pushes policies that would push farmers to change to “climate smart” processes, but also features articles on topics such as the “bio-revolution” of “lab-grown” and “plant-based” meat substitutes.
The forum even goes so far as to insist that a global shift away from meat consumption will actually benefit ranchers, and that to support the industry “consumers should increase their intake of alternative proteins such as whole grains, nuts and seeds, and fruits and vegetables while carefully choosing where they get their meat.”
A November WEF event served as a convention for Forum members, government leaders, and other “stakeholders,” in an effort to organize to “feed more than 10 billion people within our planetary boundaries by 2050, while ending hunger and tackling unhealthy diets.”
“We will have to fundamentally change the food system,” the Forum told participants, “requiring coordinated and large-scale action by all stakeholders across multiple axes.”
Themes for the event included, “equitable livelihoods” and “sustainable consumption patterns.”
The forum plans to achieve its goal by implementing what it calls “climate smart agriculture” on a global scale, but says that it is “unfair and unrealistic to think that producers alone” can “scale up” this type of WEF approved agriculture.
As such, it requires “major investment involving the entire supply chain” and “must be a coordinated process involving multiple stakeholders, from governments to private sector actors to other parties across supply chains.” — Like WEF sweetheart Bill Gates.
“Governments must first ensure that an adequate institutional framework on land use is in place to implement CSA practices so as to avoid competing priorities,” the Forum explains. “Increased collaboration among stakeholders will help coordinate harmonious policies across climate change, land use, agricultural, water and other relevant sectors that otherwise may not align.”
President-Elect Joe Biden, along with other world leaders, has already signaled his allegiance to the Great Reset plan as a whole.
This works out swimmingly for WEF, which envisions “government ministries of agriculture” working together with “private sector financiers” to compel farmers with “sustainability-linked loans.”