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  • Demolition of supply chains is pre-civil war SABOTAGE to shape the battlefield for domestic WARFARE against We the People

    06/24/2022 6:45:06 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 12 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 6/23/22 | Mike Adams
    The United States of America is about to be plunged into a civil war. It will be ignited by the imminent Roe vs. Wade nullification decision by the US Supreme Court, which also just rendered a landmark decision affirming the universal right to carry a personal firearm for self-defense (striking down the New York law that radically restricted the right to bear arms). That pro-2A decision is already seeing heads explode across the anti-American, anti-liberty Left, with rabid left-wing commentator Keith Olbermann even calling for an open insurrection to demolish the US Supreme Court and seize total control over the...
  • Western Kansas wheat crops are DEAD: “There’s nothing out there,” says farmer

    06/24/2022 6:43:35 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 21 replies
    Starvation News ^ | 6/23/22 | Ethan Huff
    In a normal year, America’s heartland would be brimming with lush, green wheat crops – but this is not a normal year. According to reports, western Kansas is a wasteland of parched, dead fields. Wheat crops have been decimated, which means the American food supply will suffer yet another major blow. “There’s nothing out there,” says Vance Ehmke, a wheat farmer from Lane County. “It’s dead. It’s just ankle-high straw.” Ehmke’s farm is one of many that, after being planted several months ago, now looks like a dust bowl. Rows of brown, shriveled plants nest in hardened dirt that is...
  • North Dakota attorney general investigating farmland bought by Bill Gates

    06/23/2022 5:38:21 PM PDT · by · 40 replies ^ | June 23, 2022 | admin
    A major farmland purchase reportedly made by a trust linked to Bill Gates is being investigated by the North Dakota attorney general’s office. The $13.5 million farmland purchase by the trust connected to the Microsoft billionaire potentially may have violated the state’s corporate farming laws. Red River Trust purchased six parcels of land in Pembina County for $13.5 million last November. According to records, Red River Trust acquired the farmland from Campbell Farms – a potato farm founded in 1978 in Grafton, North Dakota. “Public deeds show the transaction totals about $13.5 million, with a rough average price in two...
  • US, China Blame Each Other Over Food Insecurity

    06/20/2022 10:19:01 PM PDT · by RomanSoldier19 · 12 replies
    voa ^ | June 12, 2022 | Kate Bartlett
    Food insecurity is rising globally because of the war in Ukraine, according to experts, with Africa expected to be hit the hardest. The world’s superpowers, China and the U.S., say they are trying to mitigate the fallout but at the same time are accusing each other of exacerbating the crisis. A state newspaper, The China Daily, placed blame for the situation partially on Washington, saying: “Food prices have reached an all-time high, as Russian and Ukrainian grain exports are hindered by port disruptions and Western sanctions.” The U.S., for its part, has accused China of hoarding, after President Xi Jinping...
  • Obama 'Regulatory Czar' has Secret Animal-Rights Agenda, Says Consumer Group

    01/15/2009 5:47:16 AM PST · by markomalley · 35 replies · 1,735+ views
    PR Web ^ | 1/15/2009
    Washington, D.C. (Vocus/PRWEB ) January 15, 2009 -- The nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom said today that Cass Sunstein, the Harvard University Law School professor tapped by President-elect Obama to head the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, has a secret aim to push a radical animal-rights agenda in the White House. Sunstein supports outlawing sport hunting, giving animals the legal right to file lawsuits, and using government regulations to phase out meat consumption. In a 2007 speech at Harvard University, Sunstein argued in favor of entirely "eliminating current practices such as … meat eating." He also proposed: "We ought...
  • Putin plans to 'starve much of the developing world,' Yale historian says

    06/12/2022 7:31:44 AM PDT · by dennisw · 40 replies
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is planning to force the West to end its sanctions by causing a widespread famine, Yale historian Timothy Snyder argues. Snyder, a Levin professor of history at Yale University, pointed to Russia's ongoing blockade of Ukrainian grain, which shows no signs of stopping. Ukraine is a major global producer of grain, supplying mainly Middle Eastern and Asian countries. Snyder argues that Putin's plan is not only to destabilize Ukraine by cutting off exports but also destabilize the European Union by generating "refugees from North Africa and the Middle East, areas usually fed by Ukraine." "When the...
  • Food Processing Plants Burning Down All Over the World, as Europe, Australia Prepare for Fuel Rationing

    06/05/2022 2:43:55 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 30 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 6/4/22 | Ray DiLorenzo
    Food processing plants and distribution centers are now burning to a crisp in rapid succession, a peculiar trend that has been growing since 2021. Just in the last weeks the U.S. has seen Taylor Farms, a packaged salad plant in Salinas, California, burn to a crisp; and the Azure Standard headquarters, “the nation’s premier independent distributor of organic and healthy food,” also was burned to smithereens. Approximately 200,000 chickens are dead after a massive fire tore through a Minnesota egg farm over the long Memorial Day weekend. They delivered approximately 3 million eggs a day to large retailers. (snip) •...
  • A food insecurity expert predicts that there's only 10 weeks of wheat supplies left in the world as Russian invasion disrupts production

    05/30/2022 11:11:47 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 33 replies ^ | 5/21/22 | Sarah Al-Arshani
    The world has about 10 weeks of wheat supplies stored as Russia's invasion of Ukraine enters its fourth month, a food insecurity expert told the UN. Sara Menker, the CEO of agriculture analytics firm Gro Intelligence, told the UN Security Council that the Russia-Ukraine war was not the cause of a food security crisis but "simply added fuel to a fire that was long burning." Ukraine is considered the world's "breadbasket" and Russia and Ukraine combined account for almost a third of the world's wheat exports.

    05/28/2022 6:33:53 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 26 replies
    SHTF Plan ^ | 5/26/22 | Mac Slavo
    David Beasley, the executive director of the United Nations’ World Food Program said that because of the food crisis globally, “we’re taking food from the hungry to give to the starving.” While peaking at the recent World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Switzerland, Beasley added that the Ukraine conflict was devastating to the food supply. Things we getting bad with regards to the food supply before the Ukraine conflict happened but that situation has since escalated to become the “worst humanitarian crisis since World War II.” Beasley said according to a report by Natural News. “Just when you think the...
  • Famine is Coming. Are City Dwellers Prepared?

    05/23/2022 3:45:46 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 105 replies
    Organic Prepper ^ | 5/20/22 | Aden Tate
    We’re seeing some strange things in modern society and all signs point to the fact that famine is coming. Within the US, drought on the plains is making is so that winter wheat can’t grow while up in North Dakota there’s so much water that farmers’ fields are too waterlogged for anybody to do any planting. I have my suspicions. American farmers that are able to get out into the field are having a hard time finding critical components they need to their machinery. Two children were just hospitalized due to a lack of infant formula within America. When have...
  • Government helpless! Bank of England warns of ‘apocalyptic’ global food shortage

    05/18/2022 7:58:34 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 37 replies
    Strange Sounds Blog ^ | 5/17/22 | Strange Sounds
    Andrew Bailey said he has “run out of horsemen” when counting the shocks facing Britain, with runaway energy and food costs driven by global market forces beyond his control. Prices are rising at the fastest rate in 30 years, creating a “very big income shock” that is expected to intensify in coming months with a risk of double-digit inflation before the end of the year. Mr Bailey told MPs on the Treasury Select Committee that he is increasingly concerned about a further surge in food costs if Ukraine, a major crop grower, is unable to ship wheat and cooking oils...
  • Germany BLOCKS Russia from exporting food, then BLAMES Russia for causing brutal hunger

    05/17/2022 7:16:25 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 11 replies ^ | 5/17/22 | Lance D Johnson
    The United States and the European Union (EU) have been ineffective in their trade war against Russia and are currently working on their sixth package of sanctions. These sanctions have caused price hikes and food shortages, severely harming innocent people all around the world. As the West struggles to constrain Russia’s military mission in Ukraine, European gas importers have already surrendered to Russia. European gas importers have quietly violated the EU’s own sanctions and have begun buying gas in Rubles, capitulating to Russia’s new rules. As the West’s economic warfare scheme backfires, EU leaders are beginning to crack even further....
  • Worldwide food security at RISK! India, the world’s second largest producer of WHEAT, bans all wheat exports!

    05/15/2022 10:38:31 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 27 replies
    Strange Sounds ^ | 5/14/22 | Strange Sounds Blog
    India, the world’s second largest producer of wheat, has banned all exports with immediate effect after a heatwave affected the crop. A notice in the government gazette by the directorate of foreign trade, dated Friday, said a rise in global prices for wheat was threatening the food security of India and neighboring and vulnerable countries. A key aim is to control rising domestic prices. Global wheat prices have increased by more than 40% since the beginning of the year. Before the war, Ukraine and Russia accounted for a third of global wheat and barley exports. Since Russia’s 24 February invasion,...
  • My Baby Needs Formula, And I’m Getting Scared She Won’t Have It

    05/11/2022 2:07:03 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 171 replies ^ | May 11, 2022 | Jenny Ericson
    I’ve never considered myself a particularly anxious mother. Maybe that’s why I have five kids. I’ve always understood that life happens, mistakes will be made, things can get messy, and you have to go with the flow. But now I’m faced with the possibility of not being able to feed my infant, and that makes me nervous. In case you haven’t heard the news, there is a baby formula shortage in America. In my wildest dreams, I never could have imagined that parents would be scrambling to find sustenance for their babies in the year 2022 in the United States.But...
  • Spain expected to produce the lowest volume of fruit in 40 years

    05/08/2022 6:39:28 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 11 replies
    Watchers.News ^ | 5/7/22 | Agriculture Editor
    Spain is expected to produce its lowest volume of fruit in the last 40 years due to frost that hit its fruit-production regions in early April1, 2, especially the Ebro Valley – one of Europe’s most important producing areas of sweet fruit. Manel Simon, the general director of the Catalan fruit association – Afrucat, said producers must plan their summer very well in the face of this decrease in production, adding that he hoped Spanish companies would prioritize exporting their production to the closest destinations and that there would be a significant decrease in exports to the third countries.3 Expectations...
  • Who is torching our food supply?

    05/05/2022 4:24:39 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 67 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 5 May, 2022 | M.B. Mathews
    Once is an accident. Twice, a coincidence. Three times is a pattern. But four times is an act of war. Who has declared war on us by setting fire and explosions to America's food processing plants? In the last four months, 16 major fires have erupted at food industry facilities and plants. Sixteen. This does not seem to be a conspiracy theory. It seems to be a conspiracy. In a General Mills plant in Iowa this month, two major incidents within 48 hours took place; one was a roof fire, the other at a General Mills facility in Covington, Georgia...
  • Wake-up Call: BlackRock and Vanguard Are Nearly in TOTAL CONTROL of Food Production and Distribution in America

    05/02/2022 5:33:29 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 66 replies ^ | May 2, 2022 | by JD Rucker
    Some of the major players who have been behind the scenes in the recent past are quickly taking very public control over our future. It's time to stand up and point a spotlight on them. ************************************************************************** For the last year, we have railed against the two most powerful financial institutions in the world: BlackRock and Vanguard. And by “financial institutions,” we really have to use that label because they’ve gone far beyond simply being the biggest investment management firms with over $10 trillion between them. They now wield extreme levels of direct power over the most crucial industries in the...
  • Chronic Shortages Of A Few Items Now Will Evolve Into Chronic Shortages Of Hundreds Of Products Later In 2022

    04/30/2022 7:10:52 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 24 replies
    End of The American Dream ^ | 4/24/22 | Michael Snyder
    What we have witnessed so far is just the beginning of the story. The global response to the COVID pandemic during 2020 and 2021 created the most epic supply chain crisis in modern times, and now “black swan events” such as the war in Ukraine and the bird flu pandemic are making that supply chain crisis even worse. Unfortunately, more global difficulties are coming. There will be more war, there will be more pestilences, there will be more natural disasters, and even the United Nations is admitting that we are heading into the worst global food crisis since World War...
  • Heat wave scorches India’s wheat crop, snags export plans

    04/30/2022 6:53:06 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 18 replies
    AP ^ | 4/29/22 | Aniruddha Ghosal
    NEW DELHI (AP) — An unusually early, record-shattering heat wave in India has reduced wheat yields, raising questions about how the country will balance its domestic needs with ambitions to increase exports and make up for shortfalls due to Russia’s war in Ukraine. Gigantic landfills in India’s capital New Delhi have caught fire in recent weeks. Schools in eastern Indian state Odisha have been shut for a week and in neighboring West Bengal, schools are stocking up on oral rehydration salts for kids. On Tuesday, Rajgarh, a city of over 1.5 million people in central India, was the country’s hottest,...
  • US egg factory roasts alive 5.3m chickens in avian flu cull before firing almost every worker

    04/30/2022 6:39:15 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 48 replies
    Strange Sounds ^ | 4/29/22 | Strange Sounds
    Laborers worked for a month disposing of birds killed in a gruesomely inhumane manner. Then they found they too were disposable… Labourers at the one of the world’s largest egg factories arrived at the plant in Rembrandt, Iowa, early one morning in March to discover they were about to work themselves out of a job. As they gathered at the huge barns housing stacks of caged hens, the workers were told to forget about their usual routine of collecting eggs and feeding the birds. Overnight, the factory had begun slaughtering more than 5 million chickens using a gruesome killing method...