By Mac Slavo
But instead, we can see the writing on the wall, and we know this was all planned. They can blame climate change or the scamdemic, but crushing the food supply chain has always been a necessary part of the overall permanent enslavement agenda. People will do anything to feed their starving children.
United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director David Beasley is sayingthe perfect storm has arrived. “A perfect storm on top of a perfect storm,” Beasley recently said, has reached our doorstep.
Beasley is urging people to donate to the UN, particularly Gulf nations and billionaires, asking them to give a few days of profits to tackle a crisis with the fertilizer supply right now and prevent widespread food shortages next year. “Otherwise, there’s gonna be chaos all over the world,” Beasley said in an Associated Press interview.
Yet this chaos isn’t going to affect the ruling class, those at the UN or the billionaires he thinks are going to help. The chaos, famine, and war is for the slaves while the rulers continue to live their lives in luxury controlling everyone else.
Beasley said that when he took over the WFP 5 1/2 years ago, only 80 million people around the world were headed toward starvation. “And I’m thinking, ‘Well, I can put the World Food Program out of business,’” he said. But instead, we can see the writing on the wall, and we know this was all planned. They can blame climate change or the scamdemic, but crushing the food supply chain has always been a necessary part of the overall permanent enslavement agenda. People will do anything to feed their starving children.
“Within that are 50 million people in 45 countries knocking on famine’s door,” Beasley said. “If we don’t reach these people, you will have famine, starvation, destabilization of nations unlike anything we saw in 2007-2008 and 2011, and you will have mass migration.”
This year, Beasley said, the war shut down grain shipments from Ukraine (a nation that produces enough food to feed 400 million people) and sharply curtailed shipments from Russia, the world’s second-largest exporter of fertilizer and a major food producer, according to a report by Strange Sounds.
Winter is approaching and this one looks like it could be one for the history books. With a historic shortage of staples and fertilizer, crop failures, food warehouses going up in flames, and war advancements, chaos could be an understatement. We have to be ready for anything these sociopaths throw at us.