This is the claim of U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for the Climate John Kerry, who continues to make a fool of himself publicly while basically calling for mass genocide as the solution to warm weather.
"Agriculture contributes about 33 percent of all the emissions of the world, depending a little bit on how you count it, but it's anywhere from 26 to 33, and we can't get to net zero, we don't get this job done unless agriculture is front and center as part of the solution," Kerry proclaimed to an audience attending a climate summit back in May.
"You just can't continue to both warm the planet while also expecting to feed it. It doesn't work. So, we have to reduce emissions from the food system."
Wide Awake Media shared a video clip of Kerry making these statements that you can watch below:
Frequent private jet passenger, John Kerry, admits that destruction of the farming industry is essential to achieving 'Net Zero':
"Agriculture contributes about 33% of all the emissions of the world. And we can’t get to net zero—we don’t get this job done—unless agriculture is… pic.twitter.com/1nlzrDFr6A
— Wide Awake Media (@wideawake_media) July 30, 2023
(Related: According to Kerry, American farmers need to stop growing food in order to achieve the globalists' "net zero" climate goals.)
In response to the disturbing clip of Kerry speaking, Rep. Mary Miller (R-Ill.) called this agenda an "attack on American farmers," which is exactly what it is. Miller says she will vote to "eliminate all funding" for Kerry in his climate position.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, a Republican, also tweeted back in response to the clip:
"Nothing to see here ... Just hypocritical Dems wanting to bankrupt every farmer in America."
Keep in mind that Kerry routinely flies on a private jet rather than commercial. Private jets emit massive amounts of pollution and require large amounts of earth-based "fossil" fuels to keep them powered and traveling around the world to climate summits.
"These people are sick bastards," commented GOP Rep. Chip Roy of Texas in a tweet.
"I introduced legislation to defund this clown. But that's just for show unless Republicans as a whole decide to fight instead of laying down while the very freedom they campaign on is under assault."
Numerous others added jibs, with one calling Kerry and his ilk "21st century monsters" who "are vastly more murderous than the 20th century monsters."
"This is a call for genocide," said Jesse Kelly. "Call it what it is. John Kerry is a genocidal madman and should be treated as such."
Bestselling author Sean Parnell wrote that "psychos" like Kerry "are willing to starve millions of people to get to 'net zero,' which is a total BS goal to begin with."
Republican communicator Matt Whitlock hopes that rural America is paying very close attention to Kerry and the left's anti-farming rhetoric.
"The guy Joe Biden reanimated to put in charge of climate change wants to end the entire agricultural industry," Whitlock further wrote about Kerry.
Back in May, two dozen Republicans signed a letter calling on Biden and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to disavow Kerry's comments, calling them a "blatant slap in the face to the hardworking individuals that spend their lives sustainably producing our world’s food, fuel, and fiber."
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