Wheat-Crime Supply Chain against Humanity
Now the question of imported wheat, its toxins, farmers’ hunger prices for sale is so much debated that it runs the risk of trivializing it and making the game of those who exploit it with great skill.
It is known that wheat coming from other countries and continents, travels thousands of kilometers. This grain sometimes remains for months in the holds of ships accumulating moisture, mold and then toxins. Toxins that are generated in the stowed grain (in hold from the incredible hygienic conditions and inexplicably allowed, tolerated or not controlled by the ASL and WHO worldwide) more sadly known with the name of aflatoxins.
The toxicity and danger of aflatoxins has also been mentioned here almost to nausea. It is well known that they are toxic if they are ingested as a function of both the quantity ingested, the age of the person ingesting them and their health conditions. These toxins contain, in the scale of molecules with high carcinogenic toxicity, the natural carcinogenic molecule with the highest level of toxicity.
Regardless of the hygienic conditions of the holds where the grain is stored and transported it is clear that the more the grain comes from a nearby place (the so-called zero kilometer) and the less likely it is to produce mold, and therefore to be attacked by these dangerous toxins.
But Italy is the country of beautiful rules, of the cards but of little or no concreteness especially in the public health sector. In fact, the zero kilometer, at the regulatory level, at the level of concessions, at the level of the Kyoto Protocol (the more we travel and the more we pollute) it has almost completely vanished.
The worst thing is, however, that, compared to a significant production of Italian wheat (according to official data of the Grain Market Report of the International Grains Council) we are forced to import large quantities of wheat from abroad.
But what is the end of Italian wheat?
In fact, at the basis of everything there is a well-designed system of cartels, markets and business that succeeds (in spite of all traceability systems) to circumvent a State (the Italian one) and the protection of the health of citizens and the price (very low) made in the sale of Italian wheat.
In practice, multinationals buy Italian durum wheat by underpainting our farmers; they accumulate it in the ports in view of possible auctions made by some foreign countries and traders, they sell it, obtaining a high profit margin and then import the foreign wheat under cost to produce the pasta that is labeled as made in Italy and at the same time carrying miles of diseases induced and suffering to our population, which pays “pocket” but especially in terms of health ..
“Genial” but to be ascribed to the Crimes against Humanity, as it contains the basis for the application of the Genocide Principle, as well as Resolution n. 260 of 9 December 1948, signed at the UN.