China Fights Back Against Soy Occupation Government, Bans Bean Import!

Originally published at: http://dstormer6em3i4km.onion/china-fights-back-against-soy-occupation-government-bans-bean-import/

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
May 31, 2019

You know that China is getting serious in its fight against American State-Promoted Soy Boyism when they start banning America’s evil genetically-modified and sentient soy beans.

They’ve seen what Sentient Soy has done to America and they want to nip this in the bud (literally).

“Not in my China,” says they.


The world’s biggest soybean consumer, China, has ordered state-grain buyers to stop purchases of the product from the US in response to the latest Washington tariffs, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the matter.

China boosted the imports as a goodwill gesture when the leaders of the two countries agreed to halt the tariff row late last year. Back then the move provided some relief to a significant part of Trump’s voter base, the American farmers, who are struggling to find buyers for their massive harvest. The renewed Chinese ban can hit them hard, given that soybean futures have recently slumped.

Farmers are complete and irredeemable scum. Worse than taxi drivers. The absolute lowest of the low. I can’t stress this enough: they are absolutely vile people.

Farmers sponsor and hire millions of illegals to pick their crops every single year.

They import thot-killers.

You can't tell me that they've ever supported closed borders. Their whole business is based on exploiting cheap labor and instead of doing the somewhat more ethical thing and just investing in better machinery, the American farmer has historically just lobbied the government to allow more Mexicans to come in.

Worse, they poison the soil and create shitty food with their Monsanto seeds and cancer-inducing weed-killer and all this stuff that is designed to squeeze just a tiny drop of profit more. Even worse, they’re all a bunch of bloated Boomers with pot bellies.

The American farmer is a joke.

Fuck them. This is a Cowboy nation, anyway. Meat and dairy, not corn and soy, make a strong nation. Grains will be banned in the ethnostate.

If China puts thousands of evil big corporation farmers out of work, that will only be good for China and for the United States.

If we were worried about trade wars with China, perhaps we shouldn’t have given them all our rare earth materials, manufacturing capacity and built an economy based on feeding them cheap soy.

I’m tired of hearing about how important farmers are for America.

They’re not.

They don’t hire Americans and they salt the earth for future generations who will undoubtedly live in a dust bowl-type of situation because the underground aquifers will be all used up.

Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck you, farmers.

I hope the Chinese squeeze you out of business and their reign of tyranny and never-ending government subsidies ends forever.


I think it depends on the crop TBH. It’s the fruit farmers who are the worst for migrant labor. But you can pretty much harvest wheat, cattle corn, and soy with a combine.

Yeah, but most corn grown in America is cattle corn. Very little corn in the corn fields you’ll see in the mid west is sweet corn meant for human consumption. I learned that the hard way myself after I grabbed an ear from a field along a trail.

Some of the blame for the extensive agriculture has to be apportioned on the consumer culture and urbanization for making NPCs almost as lazy and low agency as niggers too though. People don’t grow their own produce like they used to. I’m growing four different varieties of heirloom tomatoes, American cantaloupes and the European charentais variety, cucumbers, and sweet and hot peppers, as well as lettuce and cabbage. I’ve got two different species of strawberries, two different species of raspberries, and black berries and blueberries too. Planted a cherry tree in 2016 but it still has get to blossom, and I planted peaches and paw-paws last year.


You forgot to mention that like royalty the farmers are welfare Kangs! These so called farmers are very wealthy (many anyway) and yet sucking at the teat of farm subsidies often being paid to plant nothing.

Many are insurance farmers. Planting crops in flood zones and such to collect on insurance.


One of the necessary things America needs to do is destroy the corporate farmers. They would be producing soylent green already if the gov offered them a subsidy for it.


I tried cabbage a few times but all I got was a field of cabbage moths.

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Homesteading is based and redpilled.


It’s a fun little hobby that helps me keep a linear daily schedule during the warm months. I always water in morning so they never dry out and wilt during the day. Morning is also the coldest time of day and the least amount of water possible is lost to evaporation. Home grown nightshades and melons also taste six million times better than store bought. I never understood how bell peppers were considered sweet until I grew my own and left them on the vine until entirely crimson.

I wish I had my own garden.

But for that you need land, a house, etc.

Maybe when I’m 60… ;_;


You can always try pots if you don’t have the space. Peppers and tomatoes can grow very well in deeper pots. In fact, in colder climates, the pots actually are advantageous as they heat up faster in spring than the ground, leading to faster root development than plants in the ground. They’re also mobile and can be moved in doors during late frosts. Many compost sites give away free soil too.


This is an area we should/are putting our stake in for our future:

Clifford Allan Redin Savory (born 15 September 1935) is a Zimbabwean ecologist, livestock farmer, and president and co-founder of the Savory Institute. He originated Holistic management (agriculture),[1] a systems thinking approach to managing resources. Savory advocates using bunched and moving livestock to what he claims mimics nature, as a means to heal the environment, stating “only livestock can reverse desertification. There is no other known tool available to humans with which to address desertification that is contributing not only to climate change but also to much of the poverty, emigration, violence, etc. in the seriously affected regions of the world.”[2] “Only livestock can save us.”[3] He believes grasslands hold the potential to sequester enough atmospheric carbon dioxide to reverse climate change. Praised by cattle farmers,[4][5] his controversial ideas have sparked opposition from other academics; ranging from debate on evidence for treatment effects to the scope of the potential impact for carbon sequestration. [6][7][8]

BTW: Joel Salatin(guy with glasses) is 62.

“Climate change” is BS as we know here, but desertification is the real issue or lose of top soil for growing and holding ground water.
The white mans natural habitat is the forest, so any expansion of desert is a threat to our very survival and health as race on this planet.

Meanwhile EU recently imported shitloads of it from the US.

U.S. is now the EU’s main supplier of soya beans with a share of 52%

Brussels, 20 September 2018

Today the European Commission has published the latest figures on EU imports of soya beans, showing that the U.S. has become Europe’s main supplier of this commodity, reaching a 52% share compared to 25% in in the same period last year.

Presidents Juncker and Trump issued a EU-U.S. Joint Statement following a meeting in Washington on 25 July, in which the two sides agreed to increase trade in several areas and products, notably soya beans.


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For a bunch of white American nationalists this sight sure shills for the red ant people and their business interests a lot.

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I collect checks from the Chinese government per article praising the Dragon Emperor and currently reside in Shanghai, so it’s really a no-brainer.



I think a lot of America’s corn crop is going to produce ethanol too.

Corn is the primary feedstock of ethanol in the United States, and large corn harvests have contributed to increased ethanol production in recent years. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the United States produced a record 15.1 billion bushels of corn in the 2016–17 harvest year.

corn-fed beef is bad. We need to return to grass-fed.


American farmers are also the main beneficiaries of UN free food programs feeding the apes in Africa , thus causing them to overbreed and flood the Western countries with their excess populations.


“I wish I had my own garden”.

I the meantime you’re welcome to come over to my garden and learn how to pull weeds.


Shitlibs are trying to take over the food production space so they can starve us out.

We need to stay on industrial scale farming in some respect until this threat is mitigated.

I think it’s possible “climate change” is actually the destruction of the biosphere/atmosphere interaction from extensive annual monocultures. It doesn’t make the Earth hotter, it just fucks with weather patterns by making changes to the water and carbon cycle. Healthy ecosystems have lots of perennials with deep roots that store water and carbon. Conventional agriculture strips all of that away, making the land effectively into a desert if it wasn’t for massive fertilizer and irrigation.

Fuck Big Ag. It’s largely foreign owned at this point and they killed the more sustainable trad white family farm that also makes pasture raised trad white cuties and Aryan chads. Replacing a lot of Big Ag with permaculture is a large component of how we take back power from the desert cult power structure. Varg is kinda right on that one.