The Agribusiness, GMO and the destruction of our food chain.

In the 1950’s the Rockefeller Foundation began a project at Harvard Business School that was to transform the nature of the entire human and animal food chain over the following half century. The Harvard professors invented a special term to describe it: Agribusiness. The idea was to create a handful of global cartels for grain, for beef, for chickens and a corporate model where the traditional family farmer would be forced to become a wage laborer often on his former land for these giant multinationals. Their model was the Rockefeller family oil cartel. The introduction of techniques to modify the genetic expression of specific plant seeds and to patent those same seeds was the continuation of the project in its ultimate form. Today evidence is that this agribusiness revolution is the prime cause of illness, allergies, obesity. By far the most sinister in the process is their attempt to control food via GMO.

Frederick William Engdah,  after earning a degree in engineering and jurisprudence from Princeton University in 1966 (BA), and graduate study in comparative economics at the University of Stockholm from 1969 to 1970, he worked as an economist and free-lance journalist in New York and in Europe.

His first book was called A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order. In 2007, he completed Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation.

Engdahl is also a frequent contributor to the website of the Centre for Research on Globalization.