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‘Reset the Table’: 2020 Rockefeller Foundation Document Predicted Food Shortages and Discussed Plan to ‘Transform America’s Food System’


A 2020 Rockefeller Foundation document outlines a plan to transform America’s food system using the COVID-19 crisis as the pretext.

The document, called “Reset The Table: Meeting the Moment to Transform the U.S. Food System,” was released shortly after the World Economic Forum (WEF) announced its Great Reset agenda months after COVID-19 was declared a national emergency.

“While Covid-19 and the resulting economic downturn made the negative consequences of the food system worse and more obvious, the pandemic did not create them and its end will not solve them. Covid-19 has, however, increased both the imperative and the opportunity to address these flaws and limitations once and for all. Now is the moment to transform the U.S. food system,” the document states.

Dr. Mercola discusses ‘Reset the Table’ in this Rumble video:

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The document goes on to say that the U.S. food system must be seized and reorganized in the name of “social justice,” “environmental protection” and “fairness.”

Notably, though the document describes the need for Americans to have a “healthy diet” through “sustainable agriculture,” it makes no mention of the word “organic,” and the word “natural” is only used in relation to “natural disasters.”

So what does the Rockefeller Foundation mean by a “healthy diet”?

If the WEF’s “Great Reset” is any indication, a “healthy diet” is the globalist euphemism for a diet of plants, insects, and reclaimed drinking water.

“By 2050, the world’s food supply will need to feed another 2 billion people. Insect farming for food and animal feed could offer an environmentally friendly solution to the impending food crisis,” a WEF article from 2021 stated.

If Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates get their way, the serfs will eat bugs and synthetic meat.

And they’ll be happy.

That’s the type of food these psychopathic globalists want for the population.

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Some of the contributors to the Rockefeller Foundation report are WEF members; a few of which, along with other proponents of “resetting the table,” also have ties to entities pushing vaccine passports and digital ID schemes.

Rockefeller Foundation: ‘changes to policies, practices, and norms’ are needed

The WEF describes the Rockefeller Foundation as a “science-driven” philanthropic organization that “seeks to inspire and foster large-scale human impact that promotes the well-being of humanity around the world” and which “advances the new frontiers of science, data, policy and innovation to solve global challenges related to health, food, power and economic mobility.”

In the foreword to its 2020 “Reset the Table” report, foundation President Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, who is a former administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), states:

“America faces a hunger and nutrition crisis unlike any this country has seen in generations.

“In many ways, Covid-19 has boiled over long-simmering problems plaguing America’s food system. What began as a public health crisis fueled an economic crisis, leaving 33 percent of families unable to afford the amount or quality of food they want.

“School closures put 30 million students at risk of losing the meals they need to learn and thrive.”

The report did not explain how the Rockefeller Foundation was able to know about this food crisis mere months after the pandemic took hold — especially as the report states it was developed out of “video-conference discussions in May and June 2020.”

The report also didn’t provide any insight into the role pandemic countermeasures such as lockdowns — which the foundation championed along with the WEF — played in contributing to the food crisis..

In its report, the Rockefeller Foundation proposes a series of solutions, derived from “dialogues with over 100 experts and practitioners.”

One recommendation calls for moving away from a “focus on maximizing shareholder returns” to “a more equitable system focused on fair returns and benefits to all stakeholders — building more equitable prosperity throughout the supply chain.”

This may sound like a good idea, until one considers “stakeholders” in this case refers to “stakeholder capitalism” — a concept heavily promoted by the very same large corporations that have been beneficiaries of the shareholder capitalist system.

The WEF also heavily promotes “stakeholder capitalism,” defining it as “a form of capitalism in which companies seek long-term value creation by taking into account the needs of all their stakeholders, and society at large.”

For some context, economic fascism, as personified by the regimes of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy, encompassed government-mandated “partnerships” between business, government and unions organized by a system of regional “economic chambers,” and a philosophy where “the common good comes before the private good.”

Read the full document HERE.

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