All of this screams engineered collapse…
I can’t help but notice that so many outlets have taken a particular tone to the food shortage crisis…
Some sources have already provided hypothetical solutions involving NATO forces ‘protecting’ Ukrainian ports…
Russia is being framed at the center of the food shortage crisis, but as we previously reported, over 22 food processing plants and facilities have either been burned down or destroyed in the U.S…
It seems to me that this is an engineered collapse, and the ensuing chaos will be used as a pretense to start an official, uniformed, war with Russia.
I may be wrong here, but it really looks like things are heading this way…
Here’s what we currently know:
“Russia is actively preparing for global famine, it started at the end of last year”
– Former Russian Economy Minister & Putin adviser Maxim Oreshkin
— Prodigal Son (@ThePr0diga1S0n) May 22, 2022
Adviser to Russian President, Maxim Oreshkin: Russia began to prepare for global famine at the end of 2021
Economic Adviser to President of Russia predicted a global famine by the end of 2022. According to him, it is important "that Russia does not suffer from it".
— Chebureki Vibes (@PelmeniPusha) May 19, 2022
Maxim Oreshkin’s warning appeared in The Epoch Times:
“It is important that in the conditions, for example, of a global famine that will occur closer to autumn, by the end of this year all over the world, Russia should not suffer, but be fully provided with food,” Maxim Oreshkin, Putin’s adviser, told a forum in Moscow late last week, according to state-run media RT.
Oreshkin said the famine will be, in part, caused by the United States’ monetary policy.
The director of the World Food Programme on Russia's blockade: "Failure to open the [Ukrainian] ports will be a declaration of war on global food security resulting in famine and destabilization of nations as well as mass migration by necessity."pic.twitter.com/spblT4Kw2V
— Marcel Dirsus (@marceldirsus) May 20, 2022
Russia rejected international pleas to end its blockade of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports as the United Nations warned the war was threatening global “malnutrition, mass hunger and famine, in a crisis that could last for years”. The US accused Russia of using food as a weapon of war
— Fertilizer Week (@FertilizerWeek1) May 20, 2022
Western Journal highlights the growing crisis here in North America by sharing one Canadian man’s account:
“Sometimes, by the end of the month, before we’re getting to the due date for the money, I’m down to maybe just a very small meal once a day,” he said, according to the newspaper.
“I am almost on the verge of having to skip meals altogether in a day,” he said.