Iran: Digital Food Rationing Rolls Out Using Biometric IDs Amid Food Riots
By Ice Age Farmer
143,732 views Premiered May 17, 2022 Iran is set to be the first country to roll out a food rationing scheme based on new biometric IDs. Where vaccine passports failed, food passports will now be eagerly accepted by hungry people who can’t afford rapidly inflating food prices. This is the realization of a longstanding agenda by the Rockefeller/UN/WEF crowd to, as Kissinger put it, “control food, and control people.” Christian breaks it down in this Ice Age Farmer broadcast.
Here’s what others had to say:
Vox in Tenebris
Christian, you were so ahead of time with your vision of how the food supply chains would be disrupted, but did you ever imagine that we would reach this point/ how overtly bad the situation would be allowed to get? Thank you for your diligence.
My parents grew up in Romania in the 1970s. They were in their 20s, when they experienced the empty shops, the fuel shortages, electricity, water, heating, gas shortages and the unbearable living conditions.
– Because they lived in a city, the only option they had to buy food from was the grocery store. There were no international big supermarkets like right now. The shelves were literally empty! My mom found a very old picture the other day about a shop in their city. If the shop had 10 jars of beans, it was a good day. People were standing in queues starting from 5 am in the morning to get some sour oranges, a couple of bananas at Christmas, milk or butter. The “lucky ones” (those who had connections and were corrupt) could get their hands on some special things like Pepsi and Wrigley’s gum. Also there was a special “Dollar shop” in the city, where you could only buy things if you had dollar. The customers in that shop were mainly members of the communist party or the soldiers of it. My grandma is still living today, she is 82 and she has experienced the same for more than 50 years.
– They got 100 gramms of butter for a month, they couldn’t fill up their cars at the gas station (they had to wait 5 years for a car until the car was produced) whenever they wanted, they could only fill up if the license plate was even or uneven depending on the date.
– There was no electricity after 6 pm in the afternoon.
– My mother had to wash her hair in a bowl filled with water, which has been heated for 4 hours on the lowest level of heat on the stove.
– The TV broadcasted the whole day only communistic propaganda about Ceausescu (who was the “leader” of the country). There was only 10 minutes of Tom & Jerry broadcasted on weekends.
I could tell you many more things and they said this week: “son, you cannot prepare for this because the other people are conviced in different ways that this system what’s being implemented AGAIN will be for their good”.
Maybe about an year ago, I would have thought this would never happen. However, you were right about everything. We all need to produce our own food, and this as much as possible. These forces intent to keeping on pushing the ‘build back better’ top-down so-called utopia.
Not just are they limiting people’s ability to buy food but because it’s digital they can alter it without notice. Depending on someone’s politics might determine how much food they’re allowed to purchase. This is the first step to a social credit rating.
The baby formula shortage is a trial to test people’s response. It’s more clear than ever that we need to be developing local food networks for true resilience. None of us can do this alone and no amount of prepping can last forever as this is a long term agenda.
What happens when ownership of property is tied to this digital ID? Is there any reason to think that this won’t eventually happen?
North Georgia Mom
I noticed 6 empty freezer boxes around at my small discount grocery where I’ve shopped for 17 years, as well as bare shelves. I waited til people were gone, Then I went through Miss Linda’s line. She has worked there 15 years and is my grocery store lady. I asked her how their supply chain was right now and she shook her head. She said, “it’s not good. I have been putting back oatmeal and pinto beans and rice and things like that. It’s not good at all.” So I thought that I would at least just pass that info on. Even my elderly grocery lady is stocking up!
CALLIE from Canada
Was at Costco yesterday (Ontario, Canada) and two loaves of brioche bread were $14.95. The size of these loaves were much smaller. We are slowly being numbed into accepting these changes.
I must admit, my heart drops when I see you have a new video. I love what you do and appreciate you taking your time to tell us, but boy does the message really make one see things as doomed. Or maybe it’s just me. I wish you could get on a news review sort of program. The information you have needs more ears to hear. Thank you for the freeze drier link, we’re still getting used to printing food. 😉