Category Archives: Food shortages

A Polarized World to Better Control the Population as Food Scarcity Begins

Eco Liberty conclusion: The real reason why I watch and post video on Eco Liberty relating the solar minimum because Adapt 2030 always post video to share very important information about the oncoming the solar minimum and why it will affect the global economy majority and will have great chance of a major food shortage on a global scale. That I often post videos from Adapt 2030 so you people can be informed about the oncoming solar minimum; because the Mainstream media will not cover it and to keep you in the dark by pushing that Man-made global warming garbage; telling you that Carbon Dioxide (plant food) as pollutant that is causing runway global warming which is not the case; Carbon Dioxide is plant food; plants will die without Carbon Dioxide. People; please give this video a thumbs up on You Tube if you haven’t subscribed to Adapt 2030 please Subscribe to that channel; to give David DuByne the praise and courage for the hard work he puts in to give you the very important information that Mainstream media will not cover.

South Africa will be like Zimbabwe, but more…

In 1994 the media used Zimbabwe as an example of a successful multicultural country with a strong economy. They said we could be just like them. Today the media says it’s impossible, South Africa will never be like Zimbabwe. They are right though, it will be much worse. Be Ready.

GM eggplants send Bangladesh farmers into poverty as they fail for second year in a row

Source: Natural News
Date: 14 October 2015
Author: Jennifer Lea Reynolds

(NaturalNews) While many people tout the benefits of GM foods (those who profit at the expense of others’ health, of course), a majority of individuals are not staying quiet about the fact that such biotechnology methods are quickly destroying their livelihood.

Among those who are standing up for their right to plant, sell and enjoy thriving crops are farmers in Bangladesh, who are making their views known about the grave situation in which GM Bt brinjal — the first genetically modified food crop in Bangladesh — is jeopardizing their eggplant production. The plants are either not producing anywhere near the quantity of previous years or are actually dying out within one month of being planted; many farmers have said that upwards of 200 of their 500 saplings died in that short time. This marks the second consecutive year of such failings.(1,2)

“We’ve removed most of the plants after those had died about 15 days ago,” said Lovely Begum, the wife of a farmer in the country. “The officers (BARI officials) told us to do so to prevent the spread of the disease. Despite that the rest of the plants are dying out in numbers every day.”(1)

“It’s not us, it’s you” mentality exists among GM sapling distributor

BARI stands for the “Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute,” which is responsible for distributing the GM saplings to to farmers. BARI is quick to point the fingers at the eggplant farmers, suggesting that their plants are dying out not because of possible issues with the GM saplings but because of bacterial problems linked to improper irrigation and soil type. However, farmers aren’t falling for the ludicrous blame game. Continue reading GM eggplants send Bangladesh farmers into poverty as they fail for second year in a row

Food seizures begin: Venezuela farmers ordered to turn over their food to the government

Source:Natural News
Date: 7 August 2015
Author: Daniel Barker

(NaturalNews) As Venezuela’s economy continues to worsen — its currency having entered “free fall mode,” according to the Financial Times — the desperate Maduro government has taken the extreme measure of nationalizing the nation’s food industry.

Venezuelan farmers and food producers are now required to sell anywhere from 30 percent to 100 percent of their products to state-owned stores. The order covers staple foods such as rice, milk, oil, sugar and flour.

Shortages and long lines in stores have become common since Venezuela’s economy began sliding into inflation — a situation that placed them at the top of the list in the world for inflation in 2014. The official inflation rate was 65 percent last year, and in the last month the currency has lost another 43 percent of its value. Oil prices once again have dropped, causing further strain on Venezuela’s struggling economy.

The recent free fall of the country’s currency — the bolivar — is evidence, according to FT.com, of “the growing inability of Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela’s president, to stabilise the country’s fast deteriorating economy.”

Maduro's Leftist government has attempted to cover its debts by printing money, a move which has pushed the country towards a state of hyperinflation, according to leading economists. Venezuela's money supply has increased 85 percent in the last year, while the currency continues to devalue. The black market value of the bolivar has nearly reached the 700 to one dollar mark -- a figure roughly one-hundredth of the official government rate of 6.3 bolivars to the dollar.

Many observers believe that the move to nationalize the food supply will only worsen the situation, especially for Venezuela's lower income citizens.

Pablo Baraybar, president of the Venezuelan Food Industry Chamber, says the order is "illogical"
and will harm consumers:

Taking products from the supermarkets and shops to hand them over to the state network doesn't help in any way. And problems like speculating will only get worse, because the foods will be concentrated precisely in the areas where the resellers go.

Speculation and exploitation

The "speculating" that Baraybar refers to is the widespread practice of private retailers in Venezuela purchasing and hoarding cheap food products from the state-owned markets for resale at greatly inflated prices in the private stores.

The speculators, nicknamed "bachaqueros" (giant ants), buy goods from the three state-owned store chains, then resell them at a profit.

The nationalization will also lead to even longer lines in the markets, according to Baraybar, because "goods will be available in fewer stores."

From the Telegraph.com:

The state owns 7,245 stores, compared to more than 113,000 in private hands. Mr Baraybar said that many of the private shops were in densely-populated areas, meaning that people will now be forced to make longer journeys to the state stores.

Solution: increased production, not nationalization

Baraybar says that the Venezuelan Food Industry Chamber was not informed about the order and has called for a meeting with the government to discuss the plan. He says that the move "does absolutely nothing to help with the shortages" and that increased national production is the solution.

For years now, Venezuela has exercised strict price controls on many basic goods in an effort to keep them affordable for the country's poor, but manufacturers claim that high production costs make it impossible to for them to operate, leading to further shortages.

Meanwhile, the government accuses the producers of greedy speculation and trying to undermine the revolution.

The socialist model has proven to be disastrous to Venezuela's economy, as it has in other countries which opted for the same approach. Simply taking over the private sector will never be a formula for economic success.

Sources:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk

http://www.ft.com

http://www.telegraph.co.uk

New World Order: Blueprint of Madmen

Yes there are people who never care another people like the elite like David Rockefeller, Bill Gates, George Soros, and more and they want to bring down the world population because they want the world for themselves and this very dangerous for humanity. And it’s up to us to wake up and stand up and there are still some good people and the problem the good people are allow the evil people to take control because we allow and accept the system and the principle for their agenda.

We don’t have to go along with the system and the principle of their agenda because it’s design to bring us down to our knees and to destroy us. Only if we realize what is really happen in reality. And it’s time to wake up and get off our knees and get to work. The Elite are preparing for themselves and they have secret organic farm and their cattle feeding on organic grass and feeds because they know whats coming. And they will not tell us to prepare ourselves for worse because it’s not part of their agenda. I’ll say to myself “time for me to get more fundamental for growing my own food and you should do the same because time is short”.

This is why US farmers are closely monitoring Ukrainian conflict

RT
Published time: April 17, 2014 17:24

While the conflict in Ukraine continues to unfold, farmers across the United States have taken a strong interest in the situation since regional instability could have various consequences on wheat and corn supplies around the world.

According to McClatchy DC, the upheaval in Ukraine has many farmers and food producers bracing for possible disruptions in the country’s supply chain and ability to receive loans for planting. Meanwhile, any potential Western sanctions on Russia’s own wheat output could also have repercussions felt on American farms and elsewhere.

“This is a region where we have been facing stiff competition from Ukraine,” Thomas Sleight, the president and CEO of the U.S. Grains Council, said to the news service. “Longer term, everyone is waiting to see what effect credit availability will have on Ukrainian farmers’ willingness to plant and continue expanding their acreage of wheat and corn.”
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Other countries around world are upping their gain. Because they know that crisis is coming their way and it is common sense because it you knew that a crisis is coming or have already occurred.

Organic food shortage hits U.S. stores

Due to Geo Engineering and with the toxic particle being spraying from those aircraft in the sky and get into our soil and vegetables we eat.

NORTHLAND NEW ZEALAND CHEMTRAILS WATCH

NaturalNews  Monday, February 03, 2014 by: Julie Wilson

Organic food is seemingly no longer just a trend, but a necessity. A recent report by MyFox New York states that all-natural grocers can hardly keep up with the demands for organic food. Bloggers have been capturing signs that read, “Organic eggs are currently in short supply due to increased consumer demand and limited availability. This is an industry-wide shortage and is not specific to ShopRite stores or our operation.” Similar signs are being seen in grocery stores across the nation.

Cage-free, organic eggs and certain types of organic produce are among the products in shortage across the country. Experts are blaming the season as the reason for the shortage, with many Americans making good on their New Year’s resolutions to diet and lose weight. However, others are saying the secrets of large corporate food producers have been exposed, leaving consumers…

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