1) Global Food Shortage is Imminent
2) Why is the West a Dust Bowl?
Global Food Shortage is Imminent
The connection to currency and food is astoundingly alarming if you are an American citizen, according to Global Research.ca. But for the world’s poor, the battle over food will go to the richest and most powerful leaving millions to starve.
This is a must read article: Catastophic Food Collapse 2009. And can easily see how our own government controlling our food starting RIGHT NOW (as they intend to with the new Farm Bill) will allow them to lay “seige” to entire communities until they capitulate to mandatory vaccines or “quarantine” in FEMA camps, etc.
Still, the fate of the rest of the world may be even more bleak. Perhaps there is global warming, after all, if you look at the drought map below:
The other night on Glenn Beck’s show, he was describing the government’s move to close the “ozone hole” a few years back. They apparently used some sort of “aerosol spraying” (I think its similar to the chemtrails we talk about but don’t know for sure) of gases to fill in the hole. But instead of helping the planet, they effectively created the entrapment of “greenhouse gases” that is leaving all the bad gases trapped in our atmosphere.
No matter how you explain their actions (we think maybe they are covering their tracks saying they were filling in the hole in the ozone layer), their actions are complicit in this mess of droughts, immune systems attack by gasses raining down on us, etc. Put this all together with their ability to control aspects of the weather and we seem to be waging war around the globe through control of weather, these gases and destroyed food production.
Whatever the motivation, the result seems very clear: our food is in SHORT SUPPLY. Rather than buy gold (which is what the “elites” want as they can track that purchase and confiscate it later), maybe we should get some food to weather this storm. With the Dollar dropping, our ability to buy it will be dropping even further.
Action Statement #11 – START A GARDEN!! One you can manage to water and maintain.
Why is the West a Dust Bowl?
On July 15th, as I began my trip to Utah, I came off the Grapevine decline and hit the flat 250 or so mile stretch of interstate which begins the farming belt in the valley. Almost immediately I noticed what I had only heard about on the radio and in the papers. Where once there were vast fields of green, now there where empty, barely recognizable rows of unplanted dirt and growing weeds.
Only sporadically at first, but once I passed Bakersfield and for about a 200 mile stretch, I could not believe my eyes. Field after field laid fallow. And not really fallow, but unattended… as if it was not going to be planted in the near future either.
Signs were staked in the ground on almost every patch of barren farmland. The most common one, which was yellow and obviously a group effort to wake up the sleeping travelers of thier future plight, read:
“CONGRESS CREATED DUST BOWL”
Others, which looked more homemade were posted on non-operational farm equipment parked as close to the freeway as possible, stated things like:
“FOOD ONLY GROWS WHERE WATER FLOWS” -and-
“NO WATER = NO JOBS = NO FUTURE”
At one point, after 150 miles or so of seeing this horror, I broke down in tears and had to pull over to the side of the road. I saw the aqueduct, which followed Interstate 5 most of the way, and large fields of dead trees which were planted just a few feet from the flowing cement river. I imagined how those trees would feel, imprisoned in the dying dirt by their own roots,
if they could indeed comprehend that their source of life was just a stones throw away. It was like some horrific story-book come to life; science fiction in real time. I was thinking of the farmers and their families and wondering what would become of them and their land. I was thinking about the consequences of hundreds of miles of food no longer being grown, and adding together the other states like Campo, Colorado which have the same situation… only planting 60% of their crops this year.
This deadness went on untill the brink of civilization once again began to show. When I approached the Stockton/Modesto highway interchange area the carnage seemed to stop, and the fields appearded to be healthy an bountiful. I can only guess that this is because more people drive on that stretch of the freeway, and so the powers that be are trying to keep up apearances. No other explaination came to mind.
To the readers of this, I can only say that living in the city has literally blinded me to the truth, even though I knew it was happening. I wonder how many other things I ignore?
But then, that’s the real problem isn’t it? Belief…
If you believe that the food will continue to flow (magically appearing on store shelves in a grocery store near you) and just dismiss the very real claims of shortages worldwide, including a severe wheat shortage in this country due to a harmfull fungus, then I might boldy say that you deserve whatever fate befalls you.
I challenge you all to take a drive up the 5 and see this for yourself. Please! Don’t let this go unseen. If you are camera or video savy, I think it would be a really great photo exibit or website showing the true nature of our common problem. And you better believe, as you take your daily shower, flush your toilet, and water your fertilized-non-edible grassy yards, that this is indeed a Congress created crisis. So please tell as many people about it as possible.
Lastly, if you haven’t already… buy storable food! Go to the dollar store and buy rice and beans. Buy pasta, caned and jarred foods, or anything with a shelf-life of more than 6 months.
What’s the worse that can happen? You’ll have food in 6 months.
Many economists and trends predictors have called for food shortages and food riots in the fall, and with what I saw last week, I have new reason to believe them.
What’s the best that can happen? You’ll have food in 6 months.
Take care. Spread this information. Get mad. Fight tyranny. And…
Don’t be a sheep.
The answer to the question in the Headline is that CA limited the amount of water farmers could use to grow their crops. Now, while everyone can have green yards in the city, their store shelves will be empty.