Dr. William Mount: “United States Corporation” is causing the wheat distribution problem By Kevin Hughes for Grocery
For Dr. William Mount, the wheat shortage is just an illusion created by the “United States Corporation” working in concert with the World Economic Forum and the United Nations.
“There is no world shortage of wheat, but there’s a global wheat problem. There’s a distribution problem being caused by the United States Corporation, which is banning the exportation of fuel on countries that need fuel to run the diesel and the trains that distribute the food. So there’s no wheat shortage,” Mount said in his recent podcast, noting that the U.S. has more oil and natural gas than the rest of the world combined.
“It’s the World Economic Forum working with the United Nations. They just signed a document that says the United States will cut oil production and not send the diesel overseas so people can’t run the trains to distribute the wheat. That’s how evil the United Nations is. And the Lucifer Trust runs the United Nations which runs the leaders of the corporations.”
According to Mount, America is stopping the distribution of wheat and that spells trouble for the rest of the world.
Mount said the Russians took $5 billion of farming equipment to farm the Ukraine to provide the world with food, but the U.S. ordered John Deere to shut off the tractors so the Russians can’t harvest the food.
“It’s the United States Corporation, the government of the United States, that turned off the John Deere tractor so the Russians can’t harvest wheat to feed the Ukrainian people. It’s not Russia that’s against the Ukrainian people, it’s the United States government and NATO. Why else would they order John Deere to shut down the tractors that Russia is using to plow the fields to plant? The wheat to feed the Ukrainian people?” explained Mount.
The engineered wheat shortage looks worse because of the extreme weather conditions being experienced by other wheat-producing countries.
India, which is a big wheat producer, is experiencing a scorching 110 to 120 degrees temperature. Mount said the Indian government is already going to the FMGI or Farm to Market Global Initiative to start freeze drying their food. (Related: Heatwave destroys wheat crops in India, accelerating global food collapse.)
He added that Pakistan is much worse with a 123 degrees temperature, which is drying up its rivers and lakes. The former U.S. Army Captain and TV broadcaster said Pakistan will need to import food from India which is having a hard time growing wheat due to the heat wave.
India lowers wheat production estimate
The Indian government has adjusted downwards the estimate for wheat production.
Addressing a press conference, Food Secretary Sudhanshu Pandey said the country’s Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare has changed the wheat production estimate downwards to 105 million tons MT for the 2021-22 crop year from previous estimate of 111.3 MT.
India’s wheat production settled at 109.59 MT in the 2020-21 crop year (July-June). The reduction of estimates has been ascribed to “early summer.” Still, Pandey said there is no case for regulating exports of wheat.
The government’s wheat purchase is anticipated to drop to 19.5 MT in the 2022-23 marketing year (April-March). It was much lower than the previous year due to various factors, including higher market prices of wheat in some nations compared to the minimum support price; stocks being held by farmers and traders in expectation of additional price hike; and lower production than estimated in some nations.