No More New Farms for Africa
Certain agricultural processes can actually release carbon pollution and actually contribute to the problem in the first place. It’s a twisted circle. Always complicated. But we also know that there are ways to change that. For example, 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 former Democratic Massachusetts senator stressed that the effects of climate change are already being felt around the world:
We’re not talking about some distant future. We’re not talking about some pie in the sky, unproven set of theories, as they were in the earliest days of population growth or other challenges that we face. The impacts of climate change are already being felt everywhere in the world. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, and everywhere in between and around, and they are only going to get worse,” he said, noting that will continue to be the case unless world leaders are able to reach an agreement in Paris next year at the UN conference on climate change. 
The situation is very alarming according to Kerry, for those who need convincing, “all you have to do is look at the extreme conditions that farmers are dealing with around the word. Hotter temperatures, longer draughts —like in California for our instance and other parts of the world — unpredictable rainfall patterns.” Kerry continued his climate fearmongering disgression highlighting Delhi, India’s torrential rains. “Intense wildfires and you can run the list, I’m not going to run it today.”  Kerry went on to say that the increase in carbon is not only detrimental to the amount of food available, but it is also making what is available less nutritious.
The intersection between climate change and food is not just about quantity. We’re now seeing carbon pollution making some of the food we do grow less nutritious than it used to be. […] Rising carbon translates to lower levels of zinc and iron in wheat and other cereal grains. 
Kerry called the loss of nutrients supposedly caused by co2 poisoning a “hidden hunger.” He then appealed to the Africans to focus on the impact of “food security” and climate change now, while looking for ways to cut the release of carbon, and he announced that the United States expects to formally sign onto the Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture. He further encouraged other nations to join as well, when the United Nations is expected to launch the initiative this September in New York. Those few people who have the proper set of ears that enables them to hear what Kerry really said are smart enough to understand that in fact “Smart Agriculture” is noting but a PR word that announce that pretty soon only a small chosen few will be allowed to produce food and that the big monopolies of the food industry will take over the food supply of the whole planet. He added:
I know that several other African countries here are prepared to make similar announcements, and we are working together to produce a declaration announcing our mutual intent to join this effort. 
Why all this pressure to join this “Smart Agriculture” lunacy? Why should Africans should pursue a path that make harder for them to have the proper amounts of food for their people? Because, like Obama have told them, “the bottom line is, the United States is making a major and long-term investment in Africa’s progress.” The President’s past track record concerning his capacity and will to hold on to his promises make people wonder whether his rhetoric really matches his policy agenda. The people from Africa would do well to remember the president’s assurances that Americans could keep their doctors, hospitals and insurance, when they hear his fine words and lofty promises for Africa.  Just plain and simple logic would tip them the horrible truth behing the nice words. The fact is, no modern economies, healthcare systems or wealth-building technologies can function in the absence of abundant, reliable, affordable electricity and motor fuels. They require far more than can possibly come from “climate-smart” wind, solar and biofuel sources. Adequate food and nutrition require modern agriculture. Eradicating insect-transmitted diseases requires chemical insecticides. Like Paul Driessen from townhall.com have said, anybody with a brain can see that “Obama Administration policies on all these matters are likely to hold Africa back for decades.” 
The Hidden Globalist GMO Agenda Embedded in John Kerry’s Speech
On the surface, for those who are unfamiliar with the global governance lingo, what Kerry is proposing sounds almost like a smart thing to do. Like The Daily Sheeple‘s reporter Melissa Melton have said, “if only […] that advice was coming from someone who wasn’t a Skull and Bones tool of the U.S. corporate establishment, it might be easier to even attempt to consider it in a positive light.”  But when one look more closely at what has been said, to words that have been used, this may not be such a good idea after all. When Kerry talks about “making existing farmlands more productive,” it’s presumed this would mean Africa needs to adopt American farming methods. Based upon that assumption, some critics believe Kerry is really pushing GMOs under the guise of global warming fears. It seems that the phrase “more productive” has been hijacked and is just another way of saying genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Using emotional words, fake concerns about the climate-change and bogus environmental issues, what Kerry and the rest of the Obama Administration are really pushing down the throat of Africa here is nothing more and nothing less than the globalist-driven genetically modified big agribusiness agenda. We remember that in 2012, the White House and USAID introduced the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition at the G8, ostensibly to end hunger in Africa — though critics quickly slammed it for slashing aid funds and promoting corporate agriculture interests (such as Monsanto and Syngenta). Other critics and opponents in Africa dubbed it a new form of colonialism and were absolutely horrified when they witnessed the complete rewriting of laws to favor private agribusiness investment. According to the London Guardian, “African governments agreed to change seed, land and tax laws to favour private investors over small farmers.” In essence, the brunt of the program would result in “assisted” small farmers being forced into dependence on purchasing private GMO seeds and boutique hybrids, unable to save seeds and in debt to purchases for farming equipment, training, etc. 
While Africa Starves to Keep Greenhouse Gases Down, Kerry Ride the Ocean in a Giant Yatch
So what Kerry is really saying is that Africa must endure and keep on starving so a few rich aristocrats can have their “green economy” and take the control of the ressources of the whole planet while preventing everybody else to become independent and to help themselves when it come their food supply. David Greenfield from FrontPage Mag commented the speech saying ironically: “Let them eat Heinz Ketchup” is not an option. He goes on to explain the twisted liberal mind-set behind Kerry’s speech:
Greens […] care more about Carbon than people. That’s the sociopathic position on display here. The Greens respond to everything by touting more efficiency, meanwhile they run up the cost of the original product. They’ve done that with energy in the West. Now they’re trying to do it with food in Africa.