January 2024: Amish farmers continue to suffer from raids, while Bill Gates’s acquisition of large tracts of US property raises concerns about his motivations. The Tenpenny Report has been exposing the purported Deep State schemes for almost a year, presenting a dystopian picture in which food shortages are deliberately created to maintain control. Even while they may appear random, events like food plant fires and bird flu epidemics are thought to be a part of a bigger plan to control the food supply. These strategies, which are evocative of historical tendencies, emphasize the proverb that history frequently repeats itself.

The Buffalo Killers

The US government had an impact on Native Americans’ lives in the 1800s. How did they accomplish it? They permitted hunters to decimate the Great Plains buffalo herds. It was simpler to drive Native Americans onto reservations after the buffalo went extinct. Why? since their primary food supply was disappeared.

The buffalo herds had shrunk from 30 to 60 million to only about 300 by 1899 as a result of the government allowing hunters to slaughter so many of them. It was a significant loss. Fortunately, American conservation organizations created a safe haven for buffalo in Yellowstone National Park, and since then, the buffalo population has increased. It was harsher for the Native Americans. US officials believed that controlling the buffalo would mean making them vanish. They were put onto reservations because they didn’t have enough food without buffalo.

Native American societies also suffered from diseases brought by European settlers and conflicts with white settlers. Things worsened throughout the Civil War, but Native Americans remained resilient and strong. Generals notorious for their cruel tactics, such as Philip Henry Sheridan and William Tecumseh Sherman, were placed in charge of handling Native Americans after the Civil War. Having led disastrous campaigns, such as the one that destroyed Atlanta during the war, they were hired for this position.

Long-standing Lies of the US Government

First, it was explained to Native Americans that they could live in peace on the Great Plains as long as buffalo continued to roam the area. No one anticipated that this pledge would be breached. Tens of millions of buffalo were then slain by hunters for amusement, rather than for food or clothing. The goal of lowering the number of Native Americans was more extensive. The outcome was deemed valuable regardless of the methods used.

The construction of the Transcontinental Railroad made it simpler for large parties of hunters to shoot buffalo. The buffalo was out of luck. After taking down thirty bulls in a single expedition, a hunter felt guilty, but US Army officials encouraged him to kill as many buffalo as possible. “Every buffalo that dies is an Indian taken out.”

According to a government report from 1872, eliminating the buffalo would assist Native Americans move into smaller territories and eventually cease to exist. The United States informed Native Americans that they had to leave the Great Plains as agreed upon when the buffalo disappeared. With the assurance that the government would provide them with housing, food, and clothing, they were compelled to live on reservations. However, those assurances were not kept.

In a nutshell, General Sheridan said, “We demolished their communities, stole their property, and altered their way of life. The things we did caused them to fight back. Is there anything different we could anticipate?”

Promises made to Native Americans regarding reserves are not unlike from those made to people today regarding “15-minute cities.” However, Native Americans have limited sovereignty over their own land and continue to live in poverty today. The majority of the land on reservations is owned by the government, not the local populace.

Living on reservations is difficult. Basic amenities like plumbing and electricity are lacking in many places. Two major issues are alcoholism and abuse against women. It’s a sad circumstance. According to the government, the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) exists to support the well-being of Native Americans. However, considering how many BIA officials have never even visited a reservation, it’s difficult to accept that. What the US government did to Native Americans was genocide and democide. It systematically destroyed their cultures and forced them onto reservations.

Covert, Not Overt, Moves

When I mentioned that there’s a chance that the government will regulate our food supply, as they did with buffalo, Facebook took exception. They referred to it as misinformation and said it wasn’t true. However, just as the government may not be directly in charge of our food these days, just as they did not slaughter the buffalo directly.

Rather than asking us how much meat is appropriate to consume, people are instead asking us why we eat meat at all. Reducing meat consumption is said to help combat climate change and food shortages. However, these regulations appear to affect common people rather than the ones who make the rules.

Leaders at a major climate conference discussed combating climate change while maintaining a high meat diet. It is analogous to being told to reduce our carbon impact while traveling in private aircraft. It’s akin to the past happening again. We are being promised things that might not come true, just as Native Americans were promised things that never materialized. And the first step in all of this is managing our diet.