- Globalists Warned Of A ‘Hunger Pandemic’ Ahead Of The ‘Engineered Famine’ And ‘Reset Of The US Food System’ Now Pushing Us Towards The Brink Of Starvation
by Alan Barton – All News PipeLine
In May of 2019, there were a few stories that erupted about a coming food shortage, a Catastrophic Food Shortage. What we were working ourselves into was obvious even two plus years ago. Off The Grid News had one that was typical of the breed when their headline stated “Is A Catastrophic Food Shortage Coming To America And The World?” where they blamed that idea on worldwide destructive weather patterns.
“catastrophic weather is destroying vast amounts of food in America’s heartland. For example, farmers lost thousands of tons of grain when floods destroyed just five grain bins in Iowa, Strange Sounds reports.
Meanwhile, Missouri farmers lost 850,000 bushels of corn in the collapse of one bin in March. Moreover, floods are destroying $400 million worth of livestock and $440 million worth of crops in Nebraska” they gave as examples, and warned that “Under these circumstances, people who want to eat will need to grow and stockpile their own food.”
Last year was no different, with even ABC News flying that same theme “The head of the U.N. food agency warned Tuesday that, as the world is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, it is also “on the brink of a hunger pandemic” that could lead to “multiple famines of biblical proportions” within a few months if immediate action isn’t taken.” It should be obvious that the UN is just pushing the Climate Change farce although the weather is indeed changing as that is the very definition of “weather”. What caught my eye was the phrase “on the brink of a hunger pandemic” which seems like some sort of warning to us all.
That drought condition has not changed as much as it has moved around a bit with this summer’s Discover Magazine saying that “By one measure, almost 100 percent of the West is now in drought. And that sets an all-time 122-year record, according to David Simeral, a climatologist at the Desert Research Institute and the Western Regional Climate Center” using the Palmer Drought Index. “Using another measure, the kind you may be accustomed to with the standard U.S. Drought Monitor, about 90 percent of the West is experiencing some level of drought, with 57 percent in extreme to exceptional drought, the two worst categories…..So however you want to look at it, what’s happening in the Western United States right now is truly historic, and the word “crisis” really is no exaggeration….Western farmers and ranchers are facing a brutal growing season as drought conditions drastically reduce water deliveries” I witnessed that first hand living in the Great Basin where some reservoirs have gone dry with no water going to the towns they serve.