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United Nations World Food Program warns of ‘famines of biblical proportions in 2021’ as some Americans wait 12 hours for food – Dateway

The United Nations World Food Program won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020, and the head of that agency warns of the potential for absolutely devastating famines around the world in 2021.

The COVID-19 lockdowns that were instituted around the world this year have created enormous hardship in many wealthy countries, but in poorer countries, economic devastation has created alarming waves of hunger.

It was hoped things would improve when the locks are lifted, but now a new round of lockdowns are being imposed, and many experts are warning of what that could mean for those living in extreme poverty.

David Beasley was absolutely thrilled when his agency received the Nobel Peace Prize, as all the attention gave him more opportunities to ask for money. Because without a massive influx of money, he says we will see “famines of biblical proportions in 2021” …

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The head of the World Food Program said the Nobel Peace Prize winner gave the UN agency a projector and a megaphone to warn world leaders that next year is going to be worse than this year, and without billions of dollars. dollars “we’re going to have famines of biblical proportions in 2021.”

As I have already explained to my readers, the widespread crop failures as well as the economic shutdowns caused by COVID-19 have put enormous strain on global food distribution systems. Food prices are rising rapidly all over the planet, harming most people at the bottom of the economic food chain.

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According to Beasley, many parts of the world are potentially facing a major food crisis “in the next three to six months” …

According to a joint analysis by WFP and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in October, 20 countries “risk facing potential spikes in acute high food insecurity” in the next three to six months , “And require urgent attention”.

Of these, Yemen, South Sudan, northeastern Nigeria and Burkina Faso have areas that “have reached critical hunger after years of conflict or other shocks,” said UN agencies, and any further deterioration in the coming months “could lead to a risk of famine.” “

Here in the United States, the good news is that no one is facing starvation at this point.

But the bad news is that we are in the midst of the worst economic recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s, and some Americans are waiting up to 12 hours to receive documents. If you don’t believe it, here is an excerpt from a report on a food distribution event that just happened in Texas …

Thousands of families lined up to receive groceries at a Texas food bank over the weekend, some lining up for up to 12 a.m. as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues to inflict hunger and death. economic hardship to the state.

The food bank distribution event, hosted by the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) in Dallas on Saturday, distributed 600,000 pounds of food, including 7,000 turkeys.

You have to be desperate enough to be ready to stand in line for 12 hours.

But when you are very hungry and running out of money, suddenly you’ll be willing to do things that you wouldn’t normally do.

For those who wouldn’t have a Thanksgiving dinner otherwise, this food distribution event was “a real big deal” …

“I see blessings coming to us because we are all struggling. And I appreciate that North Texas is helping us, ”said resident Samantha Woods while waiting in her vehicle.

“I haven’t worked since December, I can’t find a job, they have reduced my unemployment, it’s really a big problem,” said Cynthia Culter.

Elsewhere, millions upon millions of poor Americans are at risk of being evicted from their homes right after the holidays are over.

A national moratorium on evictions is set to end on January 1 and it is reported that we could see a record number of evictions in January 2021 …

An estimated 11 to 13 million tenant households are at risk of eviction, according to Stout, an investment bank and global consulting firm. He predicts that there could be as many as 6.4 million potential deportation requests by January 1, 2021 if the CDC’s moratorium is lifted.

Since the order does not void or freeze the rent, the entire rent arrears of the tenant will be due on January 1. Without rent relief or extended protection, many troubled tenants will – again – face eviction.

I have a feeling that the moratorium could be extended, but that will only put even more financial pressure on the owners.

And at some point there will be no more moratoriums, and all these rent arrears will be due, and most of these households will not be able to pay it and will be evicted anyway.

Meanwhile, more and more Americans are losing their jobs with each passing day, and the new lockdowns that are being put in place across the country will dramatically speed up that process.

No matter what happens politically, it looks like our national economic nightmare will only intensify in 2021, which means we’re likely to see even more civil unrest.

Of course, most people already understand what is happening to our nation, and that is why so many wealthy individuals are fleeing our urban centers. According to the New York Post, “well over 300,000 New Yorkers” have left the city in the past eight months …

Residents of the city filed 295,103 change of address requests from March 1 to October 31, according to data The Post obtained from the US Postal Service in a Freedom of Information Act request.

Since the data only breaks down when 11 or more transfer requests were made to a particular county outside of New York City, the number of moves is actually higher. And a single change of address could represent an entire household, which means well over 300,000 New Yorkers have fled the five boroughs.

It’s already the craziest time in modern American history, and I’ll continue to keep my readers informed as we head into another deeply troubled year.

For a long time, I warned that economic collapse, famine and civil unrest was coming, and now all three are making headlines on an ongoing basis.

Sadly, what we’ve been through so far is just the beginning. Global authorities are hoping for a “reset”, but what they will get is a “big crisis” instead.



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