One thing that always gets left out of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus lockdown conversation is the devastating impact short supplies in first world countries have on third world nations.
“When the first world struggles, the third world dies.”
With the global supply chain only worsening by the day, millions are set to starve very soon as inflation and rising costs have the United Nations and World Bank predicting mass starvation due to the decline in food production.
The Conservative Treehouse explains:
The multinational corporations and quasi-governmental entities in/around the World Economic Forum (WEF) are the people who call themselves “elites” and shape global policy. As a result, when the U.N. and Word Bank start talking about widespread global famine as a result of energy policy impacts to the farming industry, specifically natural gas costs and fertilizer resulting in lower crop yields, it is worth paying attention.
If crops in America start to decline, there will be less food for the global market as the U.S. is a huge exporter of food products. Less yield will have a catastrophic impact on nations already suffering from food insecurity.
Fertilizer is becoming increasingly difficult to source and as a result is in short supply and this causes the price to rise like never before. The Wall Street Journal reported one example:
Christina Ribeiro do Valle, who comes from a long line of coffee growers in Brazil, is this year paying three times what she paid last year for the fertilizer she needs. Coupled with a recent drought that hit her crop hard, it means Ms. do Valle, 75, will produce a fraction of her Ribeiro do Valle brand of coffee, some of which is exported.
There is also a shortage of fertilizer. “This year, you pay, then put your name on a waiting list, and the supplier delivers it when he has it,” she said.
Josef Schmidhuber, deputy director of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization’s trade and markets division, told The Wall Street Journal, “Lower fertilizer use will inevitably weigh on food production and quality, affecting food availability, rural incomes and the livelihoods of the poor.”
It’s fair to say the global elites have factored this into their plans to drive everyone towards their Great Reset, but are crashing all systems to make nations reliant on their “solutions.”
ROCK BOTTOM RELATIONS UNLIKELY TO TURN AROUND
A top Russian politician said that the relations between the United States and Russia are unlikely to improve any time soon and said that it will only be when the New World Order is established, that the two can have less conflict.
In an interview with Ukraina.ru, Aleksey Pushkov, a close ally of President Vladimir Putin and former chairman of the State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee said:
“The US is a hegemon that is gradually losing its position in the world,” he claimed. “They suffered a very serious defeat in the Middle East, they lost Syria, they lost the battle for Afghanistan, they were forced to withdraw almost all of their troops from Iraq at the end of 2021.”
The Russian senator added that US officials “are trying to maintain their dominant influence by having conflicts simultaneously with Russia and China, although with different degrees of intensity.” Pushkov noted that this creates a nervous environment both in America and the rest of the world.
“The US no longer treats us as a secondary power,” he explained. “They treat us as a paramount power, which is why they cite Russia, not China, as one of the main problems facing the Biden administration in 2022.” Pushkov warned that it will be “a year of crisis between Washington and Moscow.”
“As I understand it, they now want to solve the ‘Russian problem,’ that is, to subjugate practically all of Europe, pushing Russia to its very outskirts,” he said. “This is exactly what they need Ukraine for. The next phase will be a political or even military confrontation with China.”
Pushkov added that America’s political and financial elite “believe that they are the only ones who can run the world,” and do not intend to let anyone else take the helms. “So, until a new world order is established in which the US is weaker and its role is diminished, we will be in more or less acute political conflict with them.”
HUNGER STRIKE FOR J6 POLITICAL PRISONERS
The Gateway Pundit recently received a message from Jake Lang, a J6 Political Prisoner, who was credited with saving a man’s life after he was nearly crushed to death. Lang has spent nearly all his prison time in solitary confinement.
Lang has stated he will be going on a hunger strike, which is currently over 20 days long, until his following demands are met.
- A thorough Bipartisan Congressional investigation into the Jan 6th Capitol Police brutality and murders of Ashli Babbit and Roseanne Boyland.
- The immediate release of ALL January 6th detainees with no prior violent criminal history.
- Equal Treatment Under the Law/ similar lenient wrist slap sentences as 2020 BLM and ANTIFA rioters.
- Constitutionally protected right of redress of January 6th 2021 grievances, the obvious and overwhelming Will of The People being heard and obeyed: to send back the 2020 Presidential Election vote counting to the State legislatures for a recount.
BLACK LIVES MATTER BLEEDS DONORS
The leader of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Khan-Cullors has stepped down from her role after she was caught buying mansions with money they had raised using ex-con George Floyd’s name to fundraise.
The self-described “trained Marxist” not only bought a mansion, she purchased four high end homes in total and was checking out luxury property in the Bahamas.
The New York Post reported that “the group’s co-founder went on a real estate-buying binge, snagging four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone, according to property records.”
“Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37, also eyed property in the Bahamas at an ultra-exclusive resort where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods both have homes, The Post has learned. Luxury apartments and townhouses at the beachfront Albany resort outside Nassau are priced between $5 million and $20 million, according to a local agent,” the report states.
The Post also reported that “last year, Khan-Cullors and spouse Janaya Khan ventured to Georgia to acquire a fourth home — a ‘custom ranch’ on 3.2 rural acres in Conyers featuring a private airplane hangar with a studio apartment above it, and the use of a 2,500-foot ‘paved/grass’ community runway that can accommodate small airplanes.”