In case you haven’t noticed the world is on the verge of a complete collapse of everything! Including our Governments, money supply and most important of all our food and water supply! This is not only because of rising debt and costs but rather the crazy weather and natural disasters which have become the norm.. The price of oil has skyrocketed, same can be said about Gold and Silver! Our global economy relies on the Dollar as the World Currency Reserve and that’s what makes things cheap for us Americans and other countries across the globe. Now once the dollar is junked, our prices will increase by 50% overnight.. (Because We Have To Buy Everything In Foreign Currency..) The thing that is killing us right now; is the transportation costs.. We just found out that topsoil is being depleted as we speak and so are the seeds that produce our food..What will happen to our world when people can’t afford to feed their families??
Most Americans are use to shopping in supermarkets and love going out to expensive restaurants.. Unfortunately this will come to a complete halt! We will have to fight for our own food if something serious happens soon.. If you grow your own food; you will have to protect it from looters.. There already isn’t enough food to go around the world but wait until the demand becomes higher and then the prices will only accommodate the wealthy.. The regular citizen will have to wait on huge lines and will only be able to a loaf of bread.. Now here are some signs that something is going to happen soon.. I found this list on this website…
#1 According to the World Bank, 44 million people around the globe have been pushed into extreme poverty since last June because of rising food prices.
#2 The world is losing topsoil at an astounding rate. In fact, according to Lester Brown, “one third of the world’s cropland is losing topsoil faster than new soil is forming through natural processes”.
#3 Due to U.S. ethanol subsidies, almost a third of all corn grown in the United States is now used for fuel. This is putting a lot of stress on the price of corn.
#4 Due to a lack of water, some countries in the Middle East find themselves forced to almost totally rely on other nations for basic food staples. For example, it is being projected that there will be no more wheat production in Saudi Arabia by the year 2012.
#5 Water tables all over the globe are being depleted at an alarming rate due to “overpumping”. According to the World Bank, there are 130 million people in China and 175 million people in India that are being fed with grain with water that is being pumped out of aquifers faster than it can be replaced. So what happens once all of that water is gone?
#6 In the United States, the systematic depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer could eventually turn “America’s Breadbasket” back into the “Dust Bowl”.
#7 Diseases such as UG99 wheat rust are wiping out increasingly large segments of the world food supply.
#8 The tsunami and subsequent nuclear crisis in Japan have rendered vast agricultural areas in that nation unusable. In fact, there are many that believe that eventually a significant portion of northern Japan will be considered to be uninhabitable. Not only that, many are now convinced that the Japanese economy, the third largest economy in the world, is likely to totally collapse as a result of all this.
#9 The price of oil may be the biggest factor on this list. The way that we produce our food is very heavily dependent on oil. The way that we transport our food is very heavily dependent on oil. When you have skyrocketing oil prices, our entire food production system becomes much more expensive. If the price of oil continues to stay high, we are going to see much higher food prices and some forms of food production will no longer make economic sense at all.
#10 At some point the world could experience a very serious fertilizer shortage. According to scientists with the Global Phosphorus Research Initiative, the world is not going to have enough phosphorous to meet agricultural demand in just 30 to 40 years.
#11 Food inflation is already devastating many economies around the globe. For example, India is dealing with an annual food inflation rate of 18 percent.
#12 According to the United Nations, the global price of food reached a new all-time high in February.
#13 According to the World Bank, the global price of food has risen 36% over the past 12 months.
#14 The commodity price of wheat has approximately doubled since last summer.
#15 The commodity price of corn has also about doubled since last summer.
#16 The commodity price of soybeans is up about 50% since last June.
#17 The commodity price of orange juice has doubled since 2009.
#18 There are about 3 billion people around the globe that live on the equivalent of 2 dollars a day or less and the world was already on the verge of economic disaster before this year even began.
#19 2011 has already been one of the craziest years since World War 2. Revolutions have swept across the Middle East, the United States has gotten involved in the civil war in Libya, Europe is on the verge of a financial meltdown and the U.S. dollar is dying. None of this is good news for global food production.
#20 There have been persistent rumors of shortages at some of the biggest suppliers of emergency food in the United States. The following is an excerpt from a recent “special alert” posted on Raiders News Network….
Even in the headlines you can see that the largest factories are closing down and not taking anymore orders for quite awhile.. Now we saw that the government just placed the biggest order of “survival food” ever and this is causing a shortage of it for everyone who is scared of this 2012 conspiracy.. Potassium Iodide recently has experienced a shortage due to this melt down in Japan… So is something worse going to happen? We already found that the levels of radiation in the sky now are beyond measurable with instruments by the plant in Japan.. We have found radiation in our food here in America.. Everyday this plant leaks nuclear radiation, the entire world is slowly dying! There is nothing we can really do but hope for the best.. Lets hope they are getting a lot of cement ready to cover this plant. We need a stable currency and government! You need to stand up and say enough is enough! What will you do about it?