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We Are Facing the Worst Famine Since WWII; Intentional?

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German Economic Cooperative and Development Minister Svenja Schulze told the Bild Newspaper Saturday that a looming famine not seen since World War II was expected. Food prices around the world have skyrocketed by 30%. Schulze warned that, “bitter message is that we are facing the worst famine since World War II,” which could see “millions” die.

The World Food program has warned that 44 million people could be marching towards starvation. This is due to supply chain disruptions in the wheat market and the World Food Program called for Black Sea ports to be reopened so that grain could be delivered to the needy. The minister also admitted that some nations focus on green energy has contributed to the food shortages. She said that Germany in particular should stop using food as fuel as up to 4% of so-called biofuel in Germany is made from feed and animal feed.  She stated, “it needs to be reduced to zero, and not just in Germany but potentially internationally.” She added, “Germany “pours 2.7 billion liters of fuel [made] from vegetable oils into car tanks every year,”

However, Schulze is just the latest in a long line of authorities saying that famine was imminent. Rockefeller foundation president Shah provided Bloomberg television’s David Westin with a timeline of when the massive food crisis would begin when he said sometime within the next six months. An alarming contributor to the decline in food production is a massive shortage in fertilizer, herbicides, and pesticides. These shortages have caused massive price hikes especially in the fertilizer prices. This is leading some commercial farms to reduce the amount of essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, they use when growing food.

SLC Agricola SA, one of Brazil’s top farming operations which manages fields of soybean corn and cotton on a plot larger than the state of Delaware said that it will be reducing the use of its fertilizer by up to 25%. Some of the largest coffee producing countries such as Brazil, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Costa Rica are expected to also reduce their fertilizer use due to high costs and shortages. One coffee cooperative with 1200 members in Costa Rica said that production would slip by 15% due to soaring fertilizer costs.

The international fertilizer development center warned that a reduction in fertilizer use would also shrink the yields of corn and rice come harvest time. Farmers in the largest rice producing countries such as China, India, Vietnam, and Bangladesh are spreading less fertilizer and it’s expected to result in a 10% reduction in produced rice. That would total almost 36 million tons of rice which is enough food for half a billion people.

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One of the largest producers of grain in the world the United States will not be spared. Gary Millershaski was concerned that farmers in the North American grow areas would skip on applying nitrogen to wheat plantings this spring. If a farmer did this not only would the output be lower, but the class of wheat would be lower as well. One of the main concerns is that we will end up with very severe shortages of food in certain areas of the world.

If you add in the alleged concerns that premier Dan Andrews in Victoria Australia is trying to pass a bill which prohibits people from growing their own food due to bio security concerns, it is very concerning indeed. This agriculture legislation amendment bill of 2022 has gone through its second reading in parliament. This in the face of what the world’s top experts on food availability are saying could be a famine globally. This suggests that this is not just an accident or an unfortunate side effect of COVID-19 shutting everything down. This suggest that it’s not just supply chain snarls and inflation that is causing the issue. This bill suggests that it is the governments of the world that are trying to starve the people out. This is democide on a global scale.