Food and freshwater shortages coming sooner than you think

Biden Attacks Farms - Comprehensive War on Global Food Supply - Engineered Famine

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Brace for Impact

Ice Age Farmer:

We are staring down the barrel of a confluence of several scenarios--each of which individually is a significant, life-changing event--but which are together conspiring is a dangerous and incendiary situation: food shortages, inflation, and a breakdown of the supply chain. A new media narrative today acknowledges food shortages, and blames animal agriculture, indicating we are reaching an inflection point in the collapse. Expect things to accelerate from here.

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Shipping: (4:50​)
Inflation: (8:56)
Grains Shortage (13:07)
Meat Shortages (21:56)
HUGE Narrative Shift (23:41)
SOLUTIONS (33:08)

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Food Shortage Interview — Ice Age Farmer & Bear Independent

Posted on April 3, 2021Food Freedom

By Bear Independent

Today on the Bear Independent show, Bear is chatting with Ice Age Farmer about food shortage.

https://www.sgtreport.com/2021/02/food-shortages-guaranteed-under-biden-regime/

In the United States, the local farmers, it seems, are being squeezed out of business, or paid not to grow food, while Big Agriculture is more concerned with exporting its supplies than keeping domestic food stocks safe and affordable.

In an effort to fight two wars at the same time – against a pandemic as well as purported climate change – the Biden administration risks putting the United States on a crash course with food shortages and soaring prices as early as this year.

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Sealed up inside of his White House fortress, surrounded by a ring of steel and thousands of National Guardsmen, U.S. President Joe Biden has been busy signing off on a raft of executive orders without the nuisance of democratic debate and congressional prattling.

One of those presidential actions envisions the conservation of 30 percent of the nation’s lands and waters over the next decade. Where will all of that protected land come from? Perhaps from Bill Gates, who now owns the deed to most of the farmland in the nation? Doubtful.

The answer is from small, independent farmers, whose agricultural activities, the Democrats say, are responsible for 10 percent of the manmade greenhouse emissions purportedly frying up the planet.

And when it is not buying regular corn supplies, China is buying up massive amounts of U.S. ethanol, the corn-based biofuel. The Asian economic powerhouse has bought “roughly 200 million gallons” of ethanol for the first half of 2021, matching its previous record for annual imports of the corn-based biofuel, Archer Daniels Midland Co Chief Financial Officer Ray Young told Reuters.

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Europe braces for food shortages due to Ukraine-Russia conflict

Monday, March 07, 2022 by: [Ethan Huff]


(Natural News) After it was announced that wheat exports from both Russia and Ukraine have now ceased, the European Union’s agricultural ministers held an emergency meeting to activate what they are calling a “Food Crisis Contingency Mechanism.”

Since the heads of many European countries expect widespread food shortages due to the war, they are trying to get ahead of it by coming up with alternative sources (assuming there are any).

Ice Age Farmer discusses this in greater depth in the video below:

One-third of the world’s grains, just to be clear, come from the Black Sea region near Russia and Ukraine. Cutting off exports from this area will have a devastating impact on the global food supply, in other words.

“Already there are animal feed producers in South Korea who are declaring force majeure,” Ice Age Farmer warns.

“In other words, ‘we know we had sold you this food for your animals, but we can’t give it to you now, even though you’re depending on it, because we can’t get the corn that we had bought from Ukraine and from that Black Sea region.'”

Europe’s “Green Deal” from years ago laid groundwork for engineered destruction of food supply due to Russia-Ukraine conflict

Not only is the Black Sea region a “breadbasket” for Europe, supplying feed for both humans and animals, but it is also where much of the world’s fertilizer is produced.

Ireland depends on Russia for 25 percent of its fertilizer, as one example of this.

Ice Age Farmer says that all of this was engineered many years ago, in part under the EU’s so-called “Farm to Fork” scam, which is basically the takeover of Europe’s food supply under a “Green Deal.”
(Natural News) After it was announced that wheat exports from both Russia and Ukraine have now ceased, the European Union’s agricultural ministers held an emergency meeting to activate what they are calling a “Food Crisis Contingency Mechanism.”

Since the heads of many European countries expect widespread food shortages due to the war, they are trying to get ahead of it by coming up with alternative sources (assuming there are any).

Ice Age Farmer discusses this in greater depth in the video below:

One-third of the world’s grains, just to be clear, come from the Black Sea region near Russia and Ukraine. Cutting off exports from this area will have a devastating impact on the global food supply, in other words.

“Already there are animal feed producers in South Korea who are declaring force majeure,” Ice Age Farmer warns.

“In other words, ‘we know we had sold you this food for your animals, but we can’t give it to you now, even though you’re depending on it, because we can’t get the corn that we had bought from Ukraine and from that Black Sea region.'”

Europe’s “Green Deal” from years ago laid groundwork for engineered destruction of food supply due to Russia-Ukraine conflict

Not only is the Black Sea region a “breadbasket” for Europe, supplying feed for both humans and animals, but it is also where much of the world’s fertilizer is produced.

Ireland depends on Russia for 25 percent of its fertilizer, as one example of this.

Ice Age Farmer says that all of this was engineered many years ago, in part under the EU’s so-called “Farm to Fork” scam, which is basically the takeover of Europe’s food supply under a “Green Deal.”
(Ethan Huff – NaturalNews.com)Europe braces for food shortages due to Ukraine-Russia conflict – NaturalNews.com

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Baby Formula Maker Says It Could Take Weeks to Get Product in Stores Amid Widespread Shortage

A leading baby formula maker said that it could take at least two months to get its product back in stores amid a historic shortage of formula that has triggered panic nationwide.

Several months ago, Abbott Laboratories, was forced to close down its plant in Sturgis, Michigan, after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said its facility was unsanitary. That was triggered by an FDA investigation into the deaths of two infants allegedly caused by certain baby formula products that were contaminated by bacteria.

In a new statement Wednesday, Abbott, which is the leading producer of baby formula, said that it could start up its Sturgis site “within two weeks,” but it stressed that by the time the facility is back online, it would take some six to eight weeks before more of its products make it to supermarket shelves around the United States.

“We understand the situation is urgent—getting Sturgis up and running will help alleviate this shortage,” the company said in a statement Wednesday.

The plant has been shut down since February when Abbott issued a voluntary recall after complaints were made about babies becoming sick, including the two aforementioned deaths.

“Subject to [FDA] approval, we could restart the site within two weeks,” Abbott’s statement added. “We would begin production of EleCare, Alimentum, and metabolic formulas first and then begin production of Similac and other formulas. From the time we restart the site, it will take six to eight weeks before product is available on shelves.”

Abbott, meanwhile, emphasized in its statement that the bacteria—Cronobacter sakazakii—was found in environmental testing sites and was not linked to any known illness. When the FDA tested samples of Abbott formula in the states where the four sickened babies lived, all unopened containers tested negative for the cronobacter. Three open containers that were found at the homes of those infants also tested negative, said Abbott.

“The infants consumed four different types of our formula made over the course of nearly a year and the illnesses took place over several months in three different states,” the firm said.

The statement said Abbott is working to improve its protocols and systems at the Sturgis plant, including improving training and safety employees for employees as well as cleaning and maintenance procedures. It will also make upgrades to the plant by installing nonporous, easily cleanable, and sanitary floors.

Research company Datasembly said that 43 percent of baby formula supply is currently out of stock around the United States. At the same time, parents of infants have, in recent days, repeatedly expressed concerns on social media about the apparent dearth of baby formula products and have called on federal officials to take immediate action.

The Epoch Times has contacted the FDA for comment.

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G-7 warns of global food crisis from Russian ‘wheat war’ in Ukraine

by tts-admin | May 15, 2022

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock at the G7 meeting

Associated Press – May 14, 2022

The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven leading economies vowed Saturday to reinforce Russia’s economic and political isolation and tackle what Germany’s foreign minister described as a “wheat war” being waged by Moscow as they warned that the war in Ukraine is stoking a global food and energy crisis which threatens poor countries and urgent measures are needed to unblock stores of grain that Russia is preventing from leaving Ukraine.

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock, who hosted a meeting of top G-7 diplomats, said the war had become a “global crisis.”

She said up to 50 million people, particularly in Africa and the Middle East, would face hunger in the coming months unless ways are found to release Ukrainian grain, which accounts for a sizable share of the worldwide supply.

In statements released at the end of the three-day meeting on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast, the G-7 pledged to provide further humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable.

“Russia’s war of aggression has generated one of the most severe food and energy crises in recent history which now threatens those most vulnerable across the globe,” the group said.

“We are determined to accelerate a coordinated multilateral response to preserve global food security and stand by our most vulnerable partners in this respect,” it added.

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly said her country, another major agricultural exporter, stands ready to send ships to European ports so Ukrainian grain can be brought to those in need.

“We need to make sure that these cereals are sent to the world,” she told reporters. “If not, millions of people will be facing famine,” she added.

Russia dismissed the claim that it was responsible for worsening global hunger and driving up food prices.

“Prices are rising because of sanctions imposed by the West under pressure of the U.S.,” said Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova. “Failure to understand this is a sign either of stupidity or intentional misleading of the public,” she added.

The G-7 nations also called on China not to help Russia, including by undermining international sanctions or justifying Moscow’s actions in Ukraine.

Beijing should support the sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, and not “assist Russia in its war of aggression,” they said.

The G-7 urged China “to desist from engaging in information manipulation, disinformation and other means to legitimize Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.”

The grouping, which comprises Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States, also reiterated its stance that the territories seized by Russian forces need to be returned to Ukraine.

“We will never recognize borders Russia has attempted to change by military aggression,” they said.

The meeting in Weissenhaus, northeast of Hamburg, was billed as an opportunity for officials to discuss the broader implications of the war for geopolitics, energy and food security, and ongoing international efforts to tackle climate change and the pandemic.

In a series of closing statements, the G-7 nations also addressed a wide range of global problems from the situation in Afghanistan to tensions in the Middle East.

On Friday, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba appealed to friendly countries to provide more military support to Kyiv and increase the pressure on Russia, including by seizing its assets abroad to pay for rebuilding Ukraine.

Kuleba said his country remains willing to talk to Russia about unblocking grain supplies stuck in Ukraine’s silos and also about reaching a political agreement to end the war itself, but had so far received “no positive feedback” from Moscow.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said in an interview published Saturday that he had not detected any change in Putin’s stance recently.

Scholz, who spoke at length by phone with the Russian leader Friday, told German news portal t-online that Putin had failed to achieve the military objectives he set out at the start of the war while losing more Russian soldiers than the Soviet Union did during its decadelong campaign in Afghanistan.

“Putin should slowly begin to understand that the only way out of this situation is through an agreement with Ukraine,” Scholz was quoted as saying.

One idea discussed at the G-7 meeting was whether Russian state assets frozen abroad can be used to pay for the reconstruction of Ukraine.

“Russia bears responsibility for the massive damage resulting from this war,” Baerbock said. “And that’s why it’s a question of justice that Russia should have to pay for this damage,” she reasoned.

But she added that, unlike in Canada – where legislation allows for seized funds to be repurposed – the legal basis for doing so in Germany is uncertain.

“But that’s precisely what such meetings are for, to have an exchange about how to resolve these legal questions,” Baerbock said.

Many of the foreign ministers traveled straight on to an informal meeting of NATO diplomats in Berlin on Saturday and Sunday.

That gathering will consider moves by Finland and Sweden to join the military alliance amid concerns about the threat from Russia, as well as ways in which NATO can support Ukraine without being drawn into the conflict.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was unable to attend the G-7 meeting after recovering from a COVID-19 infection, was expected at the NATO gathering.

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