The Rothschild family is pushing Indian produce onto the global market.Submitted by Ron Aldof on Thu, 08/20/2009 - 01:27
Japan and the the United States already serve as test markets for Indian produce.
Whose peas are these? Many of the Rothschild’s Indian farms are in areas where arsenic has poisoned much of the soil and groundwater.
Tomatoes and carrots from Rajasthan.
Zucchini and baby corn from Kashipur.
Europeans and the Japanese will soon be eating Western-variety vegetables, grown in parts of India where people get sick just from drinking the water.
The Rothschild family is preparing to make India one of the world’s largest exporters of produce, at costs likely to push native farmers in many countries off the farm.
In a fawning, almost surreal, October interview with Lynn Forester de Rothschild (see link and excerpt, below), Condé Nast Portfolio reports the Rothschild family plans to “grow and export Indian fruits and vegetables for markets in Europe and Asia.”
The Portfolio interviewer, Lloyd Grove, also relates how Lady de Rothschild first met her husband, Sir Evelyn Rothschild. Henry Kissinger, Grove writes, brought the two together at the 1998 Bilderberg meeting.
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