Seed Hunter Ken Street - Collector to the Global Seed Vault AKA Doomsday Vault (Video)
2009-11-18 0:00

From: youtube.com



Seed Hunter Ken Street is working to collect seeds for the Global Seed Vault AKA the Doomsday Vault in Svalbard. He's looking for ancient seeds that have a high genetic diversity. If you know about the origins of agriculture, where farming comes from and the Sumerian connection and the Anu-Nagi (Annunaki), then this documentary will be even more interesting for you.

Listen to Red Ice Radio with Edmund Marriage on the Global Catastrophe, Restart of Civilization & The Anu-Nagi (The Shining Ones) for much more on the origins of Farming. Also listen to the second hour with Edmund Marriage on Origins of Farming, Genetic Interference, Climate & Cyclical Catastrophe

Furthermore the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has invested $30 million in this "doomsday" seed bank on the Barents Sea near the Arctic Ocean and the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto and Syngenta has come together for this common project to store all the seeds in the world, it's well worth to take notice of this. Why are they doing this now?

Read more about it here:
"Doomsday Seed Vault" in the Arctic
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault Atop the World

In this program they portray Ken Street not to have any funding behind him. Thi is ridiculous. Look at the freaking military helicopter coming to the "rescue" at the end. There are millions if not billions of Euros behind the The Global Crop Diversity Trust.

This documentary give clues as to what has been planned for the human food supply and why "help workers" have been handing out "better yielding seeds". (These "better seeds" are weaker and die easier and will bring more starvation if environmental changes take place, be they natural or manmade.

Official Website: seedhunter.com

Source: youtube.com



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