A grim report prepared by Russia’s Agricultural Ministry for Prime Minister Putin warns that our world’s ability to feed itself in 2011 has been ‘doomed’ due the latest Superstorms that slammed into the United States and Australia this past week.
A Superstorm is an extremely large and powerful storm that forms when conditions of the atmosphere are right to support a storm of its magnitude. This usually happens when two or more storm systems merge, then are strengthened by a jet stream. One of the most famous Superstorms occurred over North America in 1993 and was called “The Storm of the Century”.
During the past few months, however, and as we had previously detailed in our January 19th report “Greenland Sunrise Shocks World As Superstorms Pound Planet”, these Superstorms are now occurring on a near weekly basis, instead of once-a-century as had been their historic norm.
The reasons lying behind the sudden formation of these Superstorms we had, likewise, reported on in our January 7th report “Pole Shift Blamed For Russian Air Disaster, Closure Of US Airport”, and wherein we warned of our world’s scientists fears of a giant “stealth” planet believed by many of them is soon to wreck total havoc upon our planet.
Of the Superstorm that pounded America this past week we can read as reported by NASA: “In a winter marked by several crippling storms, the storm of February 1–2, 2011, stands out. Heavy snow, ice, freezing rain, and frigid wind battered about two thirds of the United States, making it “a winter storm of historic proportions,” said the National Weather Service.”
Of the Superstorm that pounded Australia this past week we can further read as reported by the Associated Press News Service: “The tail end of one of Australia’s largest-ever cyclones was felt at the other end of the country Saturday, as wild storms lashed Melbourne with destructive winds and flash flooding. Many parts of Australia have suffered a summer of awful weather, including pounding rains across northeastern Queensland state that caused the nation’s worst flooding in decades, killing 35 people and causing an estimated $5.6 billion damage.”
Taken by themselves, this report says, the damage done by these Superstorms to the crops of North America and Australia do pose “significant”, but not “catastrophic” damage to our world’s ability to feed itself this year.
However, this report continues, when the damage caused by these Superstorms is combined with the cataclysmic destruction of over one-third of Russia’s crops due to historic fires and drought, the historic drought in China that is now being warned could cripple their entire winter wheat crop, the Superstorms that have pounded Southern Africa leaving their agricultural sector in ruins, the Superstorms that have virtually destroyed Sri Lanka’s ability to feed itself, the Superstorm that killed over 2,000 in Pakistan and destroyed its agriculture sector, historic fires and drought in Ukraine that destroyed 20% of their crops, the record cold and snow hitting a European Continent after their worst flooding in decades, catastrophic Superstorms hitting Brazil that has left 860 dead, and a catastrophic drought in Argentina… to all of these, and more, the damage done in the past 12 months to our world’s ability to feed its 6.8 billion human beings has been “completely destroyed”.
So dire has the situation become, especially after world food prices hit a record never before seen this past month, Josette Sheeran, the UN World Food Programme’s executive director, warned that “If people don’t have enough to eat they only have three options: they can revolt, they can migrate or they can die”.
Even more ominous is this past week’s chart of Baltic Dry Index (BDI) showing our world’s shipping has dropped to its lowest level since the Great Economic Collapse of November 2008 and signaling a hoarding of grain and food supplies by producer nations that is putting exporting countries at risk of collapse as food riots increase this year across the globe.
Britain’s Telegraph News Service also reported this past week that authoritarian governments across the world are aggressively stockpiling food in order to stop the rapid rise of riots threatening their regimes, but according to this report is “too little, too late” as our world had been previously warned was just “one poor harvest away from total chaos”.
Important to note, this report continues, is that the United States, one of the world’s largest food exporting nations, has had its entire beef industry nearly crippled as its cattle herd population has shrunk to a level not seen since 1953 as their farmers are no longer able to afford to buy feed stocks.
Shockingly, though, the American’s response to the growing global food crisis was to approve this past week the planting of genetically modified alfalfa under pressure from Obama’s White House, and whose top Presidential aide, David Axelrod, urged his fellow Obaminites to “plow forward” on the US plan to plant this most destructive of monster crops despite the objections of scientists who have warned it will destroy their nations organic food industry.
As global wheat prices rose 47%, corn more than 50% and US soybeans 34% this past year alone, Russia warns “the worst is yet come”, one can only hope that those who listen will prepare.
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