In this second episode of Truthstream News, Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton expose the phony pretenses behind a massive corporate takeover in Africa as well as other examples of Trojan Horse philanthropic aid on the international scene.
The United States just led the first ever U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, hosting figures from throughout the African continent to discuss its development. But despite typical rhetoric about lifting populations out of poverty and addressing Ebola outbreak concerns, the core of the conference was about promoting American-based multinational business in Africa.
This is particularly true of GMO-oriented agribusiness, which has been heavily pushed upon the continent in the name of increasing productivity and consolidating farms on Africas 60% share of the worlds arable land.
During this summit, Secretary of State John Kerry urged Africans not to create new farms, but rather to improve existing farms:
Rather than convert natural areas to new farmland, a process that typically releases significant amounts of carbon pollution, we can instead concentrate our efforts on making existing farmlands more productive.
The code words supporting biotech and export-oriented big business can hardly be missed between the lines.
President Obama quietly issued an executive order to back this effort up: Establishing the Presidents Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa. The advisory council is to be made up of 15 corporate leaders in banking, agriculture and industry.